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There's Nothing There, But Nothing Is Really Something By Andrew Fletcher
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There’s nothing there. Kind of a wild claim. I’m not going to give it away here in the introduction. Then you wouldn’t have to read the book. Anyway. It seemed like a reasonable... More > assumption for everyone to make that there was actually something there. I mean, you could see it. The sun. The moon. The planets. Their moons. Other stars. The Milky Way. Eventually, other galaxies. Lots and lots of galaxies. Gazillions. And back here on Earth, all kinds of things. Flowers. Rainbows. Laughing children. Young love. Plus, wars and genocides and tsunamis and lava flow and zits. Reality shows. The Kardashians. There was clearly something there. Turns out, not so much.< Less
Quantum God, Fractal Jesus: How Isaac Newton Redefined God Without Really Meaning to, And Why We Really Don’t Get God By Andrew Fletcher
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There may be just two great questions in life - why am I here, and why is there suffering? In seeking answers to those questions, believers and skeptics alike have reduced God and the character and... More > our understanding of God into neat, pointless little boxes into which neither God nor the universe fit. In seeking resolution, can it be found in science, nature, and the universe itself? Does the universe hold clues to the nature of God, and can it point in the direction of solving both the question of life's meaning and purpose, and the existence of evil and suffering? This is a beautifully and powerfully written book of science and faith, seamlessly woven together not so much to provide answers as to break believers and skeptics out of their metaphysical, theological, and scientific ruts.< Less
There's Nothing There, But Nothing Is Really Something By Andrew Fletcher
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There’s nothing there. Kind of a wild claim. I’m not going to give it away here in the introduction. Then you wouldn’t have to read the book. It seemed like a reasonable assumption... More > for everyone to make that there was actually something there. I mean, you could see it. The sun. The moon. The planets. Their moons. Other stars. The Milky Way. Eventually, other galaxies. Lots and lots of galaxies. Gazillions. And back here on Earth, all kinds of things. Flowers. Rainbows. Laughing children. Young love. Plus, wars and genocides and tsunamis and lava flow and zits. Reality shows. The Kardashians. There was clearly something there. Turns out, not so much. Everything you think is there is not really there the way that you think it should be. Do all the scientists agree with that observation? Turns out, pretty much. So what do all the scientists think is actually there? Now that’s where it gets interesting. You’ll enjoy this.< Less