"The God Particle" and the Vanishing Role of God
|Large Hadron Collider|
|Professor Higgs Yesterday|
Scientists had struggled for decades to find the Higgs boson, and, interestingly, it got its nickname from a book by physicist Leon Lederman that was originally entitled "The Goddamned Particle," reflecting his frustration at being unable to prove its existence. Lederman's publisher objected that the title was too offensive, and cut out the "damned.'
|One Possible Model of a Multiverse|
You might insist that there must have been a creator at the beginning to start it all up, even if that creator no longer has an obvious function. Oh? Why must there have been a creator? If your god "is and always was", why can't the same simply be true of the multiverses?
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