Did art and religion co-evolve in parallel as archaeology and anthropology suggest, and if so, what would be the significance? What do art and religion have in common that...
If all that exists—everything imaginable, physical and nonphysical—is ‘something’. Why is there ‘something’ rather than ‘nothing’?...
Look up at the night sky. Some of those twinkles are not stars but galaxies, each with tens or hundreds of billions of stars. Even dark parts of the sky, empty to our eyes,...
Consider humanity’s astounding progress in science during the past three hundred years. Now take a deep breath and project forward, oh say, three billion years.
What is it about science and theology that grips people so emotionally, as during a war, such that each is committed to his or her viewpoint (which often are sharply opposed...
A ‘theory of everything’ is the ultimate workings of physics, the ideas and equations that undergird the physical universe at its deepest level. What can theory...
More than one universe? It’s a ridiculous question no more. How could multiple universes be generated, and can we ever find evidence, one way or another, for their...
What is it about science and theology that causes such conflict? Scientists who are believers speak of the harmony (if not the ‘proof’). Scientists who are...
Ask the most fundamental questions; make the most penetrating inquires; probe the deep essence of existence. Push boundaries. Search the foundations of reality. Imagine all...