WHAT’S A MULTIVERSE?
And what a hot afternoon it is for being September in this part of the world. I pray you all are well and so are your families.
Speaking of this part of the world, have you ever heard of the multiverse theory? And no, its not like how the TV show “The Flash” depicts it! Many secular scientists and evolutionists claim that we are not alone in our universe. A multiverse, they argue, “…is just one of infinitely many universes, each having possibly different physical constants (and perhaps even different laws of physics). This
multiverse, they say, removes the need for a supernatural Creator.”1
|Courtesy of Answers in Genesis|
Why? Because if there were multiverses, with possible different laws of physics and different physical constants, the likelihood of other worlds having properties that permit life to exist would be significant. They theorize that that the spreading out, or inflation, of our universe was not the beginning of the multiverse itself. “Inflation is supposedly still occurring in other regions of space, with other universes even now being created.”2
Can it really work? If looked into, the theory of multiverse has some major flaws. For example, “…the main ‘evidence’
for inflation is based upon circular reasoning—the fact that the big bang doesn’t work without inflation is counted as evidence for inflation! Moreover, modern inflation theory has become increasingly bizarre, which has led some theorists to criticize and abandon it. One of these critics is Massachusetts Institute of Technology cosmologist Max Tegmark, who says, ‘Inflation has destroyed itself. It logically self-destructed.’ Even Paul Steinhardt, a leading inflation theorist, has become a critic of the theory.”3
In order for the multiverse theory to work, there not only has to be more than one universe, but there has to be life in these other universes. “In order for this argument to favor
With all the money, and all the intelligent resources, and all the experiments, and all the discoveries that have been made over the last seventy years, if multiverse were actually true, don’t you think there would have been something a little more solid than bizarre theories that leading theorists in that field walk away from?
So are there multiverses? In a way they are right. I know of two realms besides our own. But these are true. And have much evidence they exist. One is the Kingdom of Heaven, the other the principalities of darkness. Which one of these do you think rejoices at mankind’s idea of a multiverse?
|Our beautiful planetwikipedia commons|
As the holy and ancient scripture of Isaiah 45:18 states: "For thus saith the Lord that created the heavens; God himself that formed the earth and made it; he hath established it, he created it not in vain, he formed it to be inhabited: I am the Lord; and there is none else.”
And what a beautiful world God has created!
May you all have a blessed week in the name or our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
God bless and take care,