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Posted on August 7 at 7:55 a.m.
One must re-read answers by Dr. Krauss to appreciate their elegance. He summarizes the Philosophy-Science debate in just a few words:"Science isn’t based on what we would like.""Science derives knowledge from empirical inquiry. Philosophy, at its best, reflects on that knowledge, but doesn’t add to it."
Apparently this has been difficult to accept, because there has been much back-filling and double-speak here to try to mis-direct and cloud the clarity of his view. His book defines the concept of "Nothing" and that it is plausible for the universe to have starting point from "Nothing" due to empirical observations in physics. He also admits that his view is "falsifiable."
On Something from Nothing?
Posted on August 6 at 7:22 p.m.
Dr. Krauss answered the nebulous questions succinctly and immediately redirected the misleading questions closer to the truth. His logic is refreshing and inspiring. I look forward to more of his scientific contributions and interpretations.Thanks for posting
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