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How Do You Know There Is One Universe?

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on February 25, 2003 19:08:40 UTC

The best physics theories say there are almost infinite number of universes.

I do not know the truth. Nor do I take it on faith because it really does not matter to me.

But you say there is one universe. That is faith because you do not really know but have a strong feeling that it is true.

Same for god. I believe in god or fate or something of that sort because my life is controlled by coincidence, I also have had some direct revelation.

That is not proof of god. But based on that evidence I take the leap of faith to believe in god, or something like that.

Is that wrong?


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