1. JohnEmmett

    Multiple Universes

    Multiple universes have been hypothesized in cosmology, physics, astronomy, religion, philosophy, transpersonal psychology, music, and all kinds of literature, particularly in science fiction, comic books and fantasy. From Wikipedia
  2. public hermit

    Is the absolute center of a spinning object moving or stationary?

    Is the absolute center of a spinning object moving or stationary? I was hoping to find more info online about this than I did. Does anyone know? Is there a better way to frame the question in order to get better search results?
  3. public hermit

    1st matter in the universe may have been a perfect liquid

    Smashing together lead particles at 99.9999991% the speed of the light, scientists have recreated the first matter that appeared after the Big Bang. Out of the wreck came a primordial type of matter known as quark-gluon plasma, or QGP. It only lasted a fraction of a second, but for the first...
  4. J

    Have a hard time believing and it terrifies me

    My mother growing up was an everyday Christian, church every Sunday, etc. that’s how I grew up. I was Christian for a time too. I grew up with restless nights of mind racing of thoughts of what comes after death and the thought of not existing after terrified me to where I would scream for my...
  5. FrumiousBandersnatch

    The Biggest Ideas in the Universe

    For anyone wanting a little informal education in the basic ideas of physics during this lockdown, physics professor Sean Carroll has been doing a series of weekly videos called 'The Biggest Ideas in the Universe', explaining, to the interested layman, what it all means. After each video, you...
  6. Michael

    My hopes and for astronomy in the 2020's.

    It seems to me that "hope springs eternal", particularly at the start of a new year, and a new decade, in a relatively new century. My personal love of astronomy began as a young child who grew up in the 1960's and followed the Gemini and Apollo missions with keen interest. Watching us landing...
  7. Ohj1n37

    Logically Irrefutable: Time is Caused by Motion

    Here are my ideas, Time is a physical property that describes comparative motion. Time is not a prerequisite for motion, but is caused by motion. Here is why my ideas are logically irrefutable as explained with truths, A physical property is a measurable property that describes a physical...
  8. James Redford

    Video: Physicist Prof. Frank J. Tipler on the Cosmological Singularity, a.k.a. God

    In the following video, physicist and mathematician Prof. Frank J. Tipler discusses some of the aspects of the Cosmological Singularity, otherwise known as God: * "Frank Tipler: The Singularity", Discovery Science ( ), June 29, 2019 Christianity is...
  9. James Redford

    Discussion Scientific Proof that God Exists

    Hi, everyone. Just to let you know, I'm replying to the following thread that was posted to this "Spirit-Filled / Charismatic" subforum in order to provide people a backup of the news report referred to in said thread (the link to which has gone dead) and due to the overarching primary...
  10. 2PhiloVoid

    For me, things are Greener on the other side ... !

    As I sit on the epistemological fence and contemplate my own subjective perception about religious truth, I also contemplate on my own subjective perception about science and science's place in how I might further orient a reflexive contemplation about my religious truth. And I ask myself...
  11. Ohj1n37

    Time From a Physics Standpoint is an Illusion

    I do not wish to debate, but only want to discuss with anyone who may know more than me on the existence of time from a physics perspective. To my understanding time as a force of nature does not exist. Matter moves, this movement causes change, and we humans perceive this change as the passage...
  12. Tom 1


    Hello, This isn't a 'does God exist' question, I'm just interested in what people working in the field think about variations in the measurement of 'constants', specifically the speed of light and the 'big G', and what the implications are of this within the study of physics. I haven't been...
  13. MrAnderson9

    Absolute Proof God Exists

    The universe is time based showing progression from one moment to the next it allows us to see that the universe does in fact have a starting point.. and with this starting point it shows is that the universe could not be responsible for itself... for it would not be able to initiate its own...
  14. F

    Big Bang 'All from Nothing' Nonsense - Why Many Scientists Can Be Wrong

    The laws of physics tell us: Matter cannot be created (nor can it create itself). Question: Has anyone ever seen something come from nothing? If you have, your eyes are lying to you. Question: Do you believe something can come from nothing? If you do, you are lying to yourself. This hasn't...