Comment on God vs. The Second Law of Thermodynamics

alborz Tue, Jun 26, 2007
It's really startling to really think about the "beginning" of the universe (if that's even a correct way of putting it). There's nothing like grappling with the idea of existence and nonexistence to quell any doubts that there's a lot we don't know. Our minds just can't handle it. There's a whole world of reality at that edge - at the edge of existence and nothing. A whole world of information that we can't even begin to imagine.

And yet, does it really make a difference? Why would we assume that we, insignificant specks in the universe, could possibly understand it all?

We're just curious that's all.