The Multiverse Is an Ancient Idea
Turns out, we've been debating the notion of infinite worlds for millennia.
There Is Dust in the Universe, But I Have Never Seen It
A poet finds inspiration in cosmic darkness.
Music for the Birth of the Universe
This composer takes inspiration from scientific cosmology and quantum mechanics.
Fictional Multiverses Are Frankly Kind of Lame
And sorry, Eleven, but psychic powers won’t transport you to another world.
The Crisis of the Multiverse
In an infinite multiverse, physics loses its ability to make predictions.
Fine-Tuning Does Not Imply a Fine Tuner
Some think fine-tuning is evidence for God, but in fact the opposite is true.
Why an Expert on Black Holes Reads the Bhagavad Gita
These ancient Indian traditions have something to teach modern cosmology.
The Argument for God Is Out of Tune
Why scientific cosmology can’t give us the God of religion.
The Not-So-Fine Tuning of the Universe
There’s more than one way to build a universe suitable for life.
Even Physicists Find the Multiverse Faintly Disturbing
It’s not the immensity or even the inscrutability, but that it reduces physical law to happenstance.