Ask A Genius 333 – Science and Religion (3)
October 27, 2017
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Rick Rosner: We’ve been under that program, strongly. It was probably the most scientific laws in one era. If you ask most scientists if they believe in the idea of a unified explanation for the entire universe, you’d probably get two thirds or more believing in it.
A unified physical explanation under the current theoretical support. Our current theoretical and experimental support for that point of view, but there is no room for a creator or an active being. I mean there are various versions of creation that try to make some kind of compromise with modern Big Bang unification physics including, God doesn’t act in the world today.
The world acts on its own, but God considers everything in motion, but beyond an unsatisfying compromise like that, then God has been squeezed out. However, you and I have been talking about IC for years now. I see it superimposes as a unifying set of principles and that they count for what goes on, so those principles don’t necessarily hard-edged, or those principles are fuzzy at edges.
They become more hard-edged. They reveal the principles of existence. That they really are the principles that we’re talking about.
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