The most penetrating scientific intellects have found that something beyond science is required to make sense of the cosmos, while many of those working for inter-faith dialogue have concluded that qthe story of the universe is the only thing that can bring the religions of the world togetherq.qPutting three basic questions to a well-chosen group of people has provided a lush collection of thoughtful reflection and informed speculation. A wonderfully provocative and enlightening bookq. -- James Mosher Publisher of MindfieldA final perspective on the issue of cosmic origins has to do with the issue of infinite regression. Here again I am drawing on the work of Linde and other investigators.5 The inflationary hypothesis fits well with the notion that the universe began in ... to get a National Science Foundation grant to run the experiment, because you probably could not verify your results. ... You might dive into the black hole a or, as we say in academia, send a graduate student in a to observe whether in factanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cosmic beginnings and human ends|
|Author||:||Clifford N. Matthews, Roy Abraham Varghese|
|Publisher||:||Open Court Pub Co - 1995|