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Re: [MIT-OpenCourseWare-Discussion] Re: [FUTURE-CITIES] Re: Universal Geometry and Free Will

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  • Pay_the_Piper
    OK then, is it not reasonable, Professor Hawking, to think that there might be life in other universes? If so, could there not be much higher life forms in the
    Message 1 of 1 , May 22, 2006
      OK then, is it not reasonable, Professor Hawking, to think that there might be life in other universes? If so, could there not be much higher life forms in the multiverse, and is there then a META-Universe, higher than all others? Is it possible that the intelligences in this metauniverse have command of past, present and future? Could they then have command over intelligent design and creation science?

      PtP
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Stan Park
      To: Professor Hawking
      Cc: MIT-Opencourseware-Discussion@yahoogroups.com ; lastword@... ; letters@... ; editors@... ; darkufo@yahoogroups.com ; hutchison_effect@yahoogroups.com ; future-cities@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, May 22, 2006 3:18 PM
      Subject: [MIT-OpenCourseWare-Discussion] Re: [FUTURE-CITIES] Re: Universal Geometry and Free Will


      At http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/viewpoint.php?id=69507
      we read that 72 cosmologists and quantum scientists were interviewed and 58% agree with you.

      Are there better future cities in other universes?

      Chief Stan

      Pay_the_Piper <pay_the_piper@...> wrote:
      Let's put this out to Discovery. BTW, the cover story of New Scientist was "Stephen Hawking's Strange New Universe".

      It seems to be a strange new universe based on quantum science findings. For example the two-slit experiment would suggest that the same particle can be both here and there at the same time. If that is valid, then multiple geometries can be created simultaneously over billions of years of time with the same matter.

      The question for YAFI and New Scientist:

      Is Professor Hawking saying that there are multiple universes, all existing at the same time?

      PtP

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Glacio Sapiens
      To: METAPHYSICS-100@yahoogroups.com ; Professor Hawking
      Cc: MIT-Opencourseware-Discussion@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, May 20, 2006 3:08 PM
      Subject: Re: [METAPHYSICS-100] Universal Geometry and Free Will


      A variety of geometries ... all superimposed over each other at the same time. Isn't that what we call 'planes of existence'? Does life happen or evolve or get created in each plane? Are some planes higher than others?

      High on the Whistler Skyline,

      Guru Glacio

      http://www.geocities.com/Glacio_Sapiens

      Stan Park <chief_stanley_park@...> wrote:
      You say that "there is no immutable past" and that "Between the beginning of the universe and now, the universe could have had a variety of geometries" (New Scientist, April 22-28/06).

      Thus "there is no immutable future". Since your cosmology spins out possibilities, is there a possibility to intelligent design in the geometry of the universe? If you say there is no such possibility, ie that p = 0, what is the basis in science for such a mathematical assertion?

      In the rain forest of deepest, darkest Vancouver,

      Chief Stan

      "My stew pot is always boiling"




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