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
Kalam Argument, Earth's Rotation Rate, Does God Provide Energy?, Sagan and the Multiverse more
Straight Thinking #64: Many Worlds? God and the Multiverse Theory more