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The lecture is presented at a layman’s level, by a layman, and covers the theory’s background, discredits the theory two ways and shows how creation points to YHVH as its creator.I thought this was funny, because in his most recent post about the Santorini volcano, Mariano whines “Indeed, apologists get them all. From the Flying Spaghetti Monster and the Invisible Pink Unicorns to the Milk Jug’s supposed correlation to praying to God—it’s all under the big top!But then not two days earlier, he was attempting to discredit the multiverse theory as a layman. I wonder how many physicists whine about the likes of Mariano. Good stuff…But to Mariano’s whine, I think this quote from a comment from a cognitive scientist on another blog sums up Mariano’s distress perfectly “…what makes the religious community so upset is that, for the first time in history, there is a legitimate movement to deny institutionalized ignorance any a priori advantage. Historically, theology and philosophy have always taken an arrogant position that science and skepticism must play by their arbitrary rules…”.
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I find it interesting that Ryan didn't try to prove Mariano wrong...just more whining.
Actually, I wasn't willing to spend 90 minutes watching a layman discuss the multiverse. Just pointing out his hypocrisy. \