(02/07/2012) How long did it take to cross the Red Sea? Why all the fuss over the multiverse? Interpreting God's "nature quiz" in Job; What are the chances of finding the dark stuff? more
Isn’t the multiverse concept metaphysics because scientists have no way to ever detect its existence? How could scientists possibly test something beyond our universe? These questions represent … more
Starting the water cycle, The mark of Cain, Supposed multiverse evidence, The realities of demonic possession more
MSNBC, "What? Could our universe be just one of many?" Aug 12, 2011; http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44126087/ns/technology_and_science-science/ more
Dark matter explanation; The speed of electrons; Multiverse: science fact or fiction? Homework help more
I started writing about multiverse related topics back in May 2007. I summarized some of these ideas in early 2008, but I have written numerous other articles since and thought it time for a more … more
The existence of free will, Do God and Steve Jobs have something in common?, Multiverse followup, Life before Bible times? more
I recently received an email with a few good questions.
Do the multiverse models espoused by Sean Carroll and Alan Guth require fine-tuning at the level of the multiverse “bubble … more
A recent paper entitled “Evidence against Fine Tuning for Life” appears to falsify a major component of RTB’s creation model—namely that the universe is fine-tuned for life on … more
Science often advances with a similar philosophy as demonstrated by the development of dark energy models.
For many years, the prime evidence pointing toward the existence of dark energy relied on … more
I recently attended The Vibrant Dance of Faith and Science conference held in Austin, TX. The stated mission of the conference was:
To provide pastors, church leaders, and scientists with quality, … more
Does new data show "uni" or "multi"?; Does inflation guarentee a type 1 multiverse?; What's up with the physics of Christianity?; Where did God create from? more
Not to beat a dead horse, but one final issue regarding inflation needs clarification. I made this statement in a past TNRTB: “The issue of whether inflation models also produce a multiverse … more
I received a number of follow-up questions and comments regarding last week’s TNRTB on inflation. One specific inquiry concerning young-earth (YE) creationism and inflation intrigued me.
From … more
The multiverse— particularly the Level II models that inflationary cosmology seems to require—continues to intrigue people. In order to evaluate multiverse models, one should possess a … more
Sinkholes, Old-Earth creationism on trial, Murphy's law in the multiverse more
Here’s a multiverse question I received the other day.
I would like to know how parallel universe advocates use the double slit experiment of firing photons through the slits results in … more
Multiverse, Sovereignty, Free Will; Can evidence ever point to a young Earth?; Genetic entropy; Echoes of the Big Bang more
Lateral gene transfer, Multiverse, Post-Flood population more
A while back, I reported on a discovery indicating that the universe extends far beyond the portion we can see (known as the observable universe). Now the evidence for this yet-to-be-observed region, … more