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Despite all the scientific breakthroughs and Nobel Prizes for discoveries, scientists seem to be no nearer to a possible answer to their main question - why did the universe appear?
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"You maintain you do not need any divine help to explain how the universe came to be. So, what is your version? If there was a pre-existing universe"..(not good enough, how did it all start?)..."Or another possibility is................th e laws of physics existed and then the universes just sort of pop off like little soap bubbles that a child might blow". (still not good enough. You didn't explain why we don't need any divine help)
2. In a three-dimensional reality which as ours, an limitation of the dimensions in any direction is a contradiction, there will always be something behind. Which well proves that dimensions is a purely subjective phenomenon. "Knowledge is subjective" claimed Kierkegaard. One should therefore reject all "theories" regarding infinity and use it purely subjective. Have you first acknowledged the irrational present – at the same time it opens up for recognition of other possible paradox.
1. (Google translate) According to the logical assumptions that science rests on the notion of an infinite universe, is an impossibility. Thus, it is not unrealistic to doubt a hard rationalist dominance - without radically reject sanity. Furthermore, it is not possible to form testable hypotheses beyond the observable universe.
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