Re: Science? What happened to "hypothesis" vs "theory"?
> I still think that the "all came of nothing" claim is just a convenience and a way of avoiding to admit that we have no clue.
Meanwhile, I consider it a tantalising, but otherwise irrelevant, distraction. A barrier beyond which we cannot possibly see. We don't have a clue, and we can never have a clue. So what's the point in worrying about it?
What was "here" "beforehand"? Could be anything. Another universe, noise and light, or just turtle-porn all the way down...
We're on a hard disc that got reformatted >13Bn years ago. Good luck finding your old files from before the reinstall... (Maybe we should be scouring the universe for bad sectors that have been mapped out beforehand.)