The Big Bang and the Mind of God

The Big Bang and the Mind of God

5 responses to “The Big Bang and the Mind of God

  1. cormac

    Here it is – just click on the blue line (it helps if you pray)

  2. Dr. O’Raifeartaigh,
    I found this presentation to be well written and factual based on todays current understanding of modern physics. Its a shame i missed the lecture, i would have enjoyed arguing with you …LOL

    I have a very hard time believing any of it. Modern physics has a lot to learn. Einstein was wrong about space-time, thats why he used the word “General” in the title.


  3. cormac

    I’m sure modern physics does have a lot to learn. For example, we know GR simply doesn’t work at the smallest scales. However, it is called ‘general relativity’ to distinguish it from its younger brother ‘special relativity’ – SR deals with the distortion of spactime due to motion, while GR describes the distortion of space time due to mass (and is therefore a theory of gravity)

  4. John

    Hmmm…. Yes, space and time being linked together by our old friend Einstein.

    Dr O’Raifeartaigh did you ever get time to read about the fudge factor Francis Everitt has been adding into the results of the Gravity Probe B experiment? Talk about squeezing the experiment results to fit what you think should be there;

    LOL…. Also there is no sign of our friend the Higgs boson turning up yet in CERN. Ahhhhh… but they have another 7tev to go, maybe it will turn up later. But there was a recent news item that suggested “correlations” might be present in the particle tracks coming from the collisions. Interesting news!!

    Hope the crowd in Boston are treating you well over there. Maybe you could do a blog post about how things are going. Wishing you the best Dr O’Raifeartaigh.

    John in Waterford.

  5. My view on antimatter is, that it is the mind and consciousness of all living entities.

    You are your own universe.

    Reality is where the minds (antimatter) meets the physical universe.

    Interested? Then read my philosophical multiverse theory at

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