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Re: Parallel Universes

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Posted by bzrd on December 9, 1999 17:46:28 UTC

: : I am working on a film project on the subject of : : parallel universes and would appreciate any information : : relating to this subject from academics or otherwise. : : feel free to email me at :emailtojs@cs.com

: : Many thanks.

: ***The only parallel universe I can think of is that of abstract thought, not that that is much help, very intresting topic! Is this for credit?

bzrd here: The notion of parallel universes is born of the materialist establishment as a means of increasing their probabilistic resources in light of the theological implications of the Anthropic Principle. For the uninitiated, the Antropic Principle states that the physical constants in the universe could only be as they are, in order for the universe and/or life to exist. Since it is mind-beggaringly improbable for all of the laws of nature to happen to be as they are in a spontaneously derived universe, "there simply must be many other universes". Further, if they did exist, their existance could only be proposed through deductive reasoning; a process that is vehemently disallowed when employed by Creationists. Why do I get the idea that this is not the answer Mr. Sutherland is looking for?

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