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Can the laws of physics disprove God?

February 22, 2021

Can the laws of physics disprove God?

The Conversation’s new series, co-published with BBC Future, seeks to answer our readers’ nagging questions about life, love, death and the universe. If you don’t believe in God, then the question is equally nonsensical, because there isn’t a God and nothing can travel faster than light. But when the light “set off”, the galaxy was only about 3 billion light years away from our galaxy, the Milky Way. For example, all particles have a quantum property called “spin” – roughly, they move as if they were tiny compass needles. The multiverse Many cosmologists believe that the universe may be part of a more extended cosmos, a multiverse, where many different universes co-exist but don’t interact. It seems, so far, that no object has been observed that can travel faster than the speed of light. The theory of the multiverse, instead, solves the mystery because it allows different universes to have different physical laws.

Article from The Conversation UK.