[extropy-chat] Putting God to Rest

scerir scerir at libero.it
Tue Apr 24 21:35:40 UTC 2007

Albert Einstein said:
> > "Try and penetrate with our limited means
> > the secrets of nature and you will find that,
> > behind all the discernible laws and connections,
> > there remains something subtle, intangible and
> > inexplicable. Veneration for this force beyond
> > anything that we can comprehend is my religion.
> > To that extent I am, in fact, religious."

Robert writes:
> As am I, but if indeed it turns out that this happens
> to be one of the multiverses in which life can develop,
> survive and evolve, boy am I ever going to be pissed
> if there are "more perfect" subsets where less suffering
> is the common rule of the day. 

Can we say that the chance of having the same particular 
God (Zeus, Yahweh, the Holy Trinity, etc.), in every 
place of the (supposed) multiverse, is small, or 
vanishingly small?

Not sure that 'suffering' has the same meaning
in every region of the multiverse though.

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