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  1. questfortruth

    Why Multiverse?

    The living Earth happens to be in a sphere with N lifeless planets. The probability of this event to happen was P=Q*V, where Q<1 is the probability of life to emerge on an Earth-like planet, V=(1-Q)^N is the probability that life has not emerged on N planets. Hence, by increasing the size of the...
  2. questfortruth

    Non-sterile Earth in sterile cosmos. Paradox.

    NASA tries not to violate the sterility of space by sterilizing its probes before launch. The Earth is not sterile, which means that the sterility of space is violated (after all, the Earth is a part of it). Is God to blame for the violation? God is "guilty" before satan because God has violated...
  3. questfortruth

    Is lifeless Venus destroying Darwin?

    The Scientist reports the conclusion: there is no definite proof, that Phosphine is on Venus, thus, more research must be done. To which I reply: If there is reasonable doubt, that Russel's teapot, Tesla car, Phosphine, dead cats or dogs are on Venus, then it is not necessary to do more...
  4. questfortruth

    Let them bang Big Bang: missing antimatter paradox solved!

    Dr. Christian Smorra comments the "missing antimatter paradox" as "All of our observations find a complete symmetry between matter and antimatter, which is why the universe should not actually exist. An asymmetry must exist here somewhere but we simply do not understand where the difference is...
  5. atanu

    Wiki the God of Scientism

    This thread is related to another thread 'Science and Scientism'. On Abiogenesis, Wikipedia begins as below: Many readers, particularly some who are not of science background, will imagine that it is well proven that life arose from non living things. There is no mention that this is a...