What do atheist think about the multiverse theory?
Looking for different perspectives.
- Space WaspLv 66 months agoBest Answer
"The multiverse theory" is a hypothesis only and shouldn't be called a theory in the way meant by science.
As a hypothesis it is an unproven idea.
- 6 months ago
Smart ones just shake their heads in disbelief. I suggest theists should go with the atheists on this one.
- MysteryGuyLv 56 months ago
Religion or no religion has no opinion on that matter.
Multiverse is merely a question and possibility of quantum physics and string theory.
- WhoLv 76 months ago
same as theists
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- Anonymous6 months ago
I can only say maybe until proven or theres signs it is very possible.
- RowanLv 76 months ago
I think gravity would contain all energy in an endless, cycling perpetual motion machine, what goes up, must come down. Big bang, big crunch, big bang, cycling forever, or it could never begin, due to causality. There are the multiple universes, an infinite number, of an almost infinite amount of possible variations caused by quantum chaos, in the same place, one after the other.
I could be wrong, but I believe it's more rational to believe that, than in God, which was the alternative idea, God did it, and Christians still try to use the single universe hypothesis, which came from Christianity, in science, to prove that God had to do it, because it couldn't work otherwise, due to causality. There could be some alternative mechanism, some other dimension, stuff could just pop up out of another realm and cause universes all over the place, but why on earth would you make such a claim, when it could never be proved? We can't even see the majority of this universe, and never will. It's like black hole radiation, you can't prove that.
- Bill-MLv 76 months ago
Atheism is about not believing in Religion.
Multiverse Theory is about Science.
The two are not related.
- 6 months ago
As a branch of science I'm not too familiar with, I do not claim such an idea is true, but the mathematicians seem to think it's a good idea.
- poldi2Lv 76 months ago
Atheists don't believe any gods exist.
Anything beyond that would be an individual's opinion.
- pmt853Lv 76 months ago
Seems possible but I can't claim to understand it at all, there are many things I don't understand but I don't believe any god or gods is involved.