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Author Topic:   The Sudden Dawn of the Cosmos and the Constancy of Physical Laws
Pressie
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Message 14 of 244 (821985)
10-17-2017 12:08 AM


Guido Arbia writes:
... For if the Laws of Physics were not always what they are now, there is no reason for us to be confident that they will always be. And therefore, there is no reason to believe that the universe will not suddenly vanish or change into an elephant. But if there is a Creator who established those Laws, then it makes sense that they should be constant...
Nope, the other way round. If there were a Creator or Creators who can and could do anything and everything at a whim, then we would expect the Laws of Nature to change. All the evidence we have show that the way the Universe works has not changed for more than 13 billion years. Therefore no Creator or Creators.

  
Pressie
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Message 37 of 244 (822144)
10-20-2017 4:45 AM
Reply to: Message 36 by Son Goku
10-19-2017 6:43 PM


Re: Actual Big Bang Theory
Yes, as a layman on physics that's my take on it, too. While the Laws change; the behaviour (workings) of the Universe hasn't at all. We just learn more about how the Universe works. That's why any sane modern scientist would be reluctant to call a discovery a Law.
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