Wednesday, 6 September 2017

I frequently stand gazing at our universe, and  reflect on the discoveries of cosmology and the accounts of Judaism, Islam and Christianity. How did the universe appear? The danger is that whenever you propose that X made it, you have to ask how X was made, and then .... One classical example is the idea that the universe lies on a turtle, and that turtle lies on another turtle. and ...
I'm coming round to the idea that the origin must be prior to time and space, and able to create space and time in the "flaring forth" of cosmology. And in this case the ultimate source of all nature could, by it's nature, be incomprehensible.
This starts to look like God to me?

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