Living in parallel
If multiverses seem weird, it’s because we need revamp our notions of time and space.
In an infinite multiverse, physics loses its ability to make predictions.
There’s more than one way to build a universe suitable for life.
It’s not the immensity or even the inscrutability, but that it reduces physical law to happenstance.
The father of the quantum multiverse didn’t actually think of it as a multiverse.
These ancient Indian traditions have something to teach modern cosmology.
Why scientific cosmology can’t give us the God of religion.
In their faith, Muslim cosmologists find a guide to their scientific model-building.
Some think fine-tuning is evidence for God, but in fact the opposite is true.
Modern cosmology may rule out a personal God, but leaves open a broader conception of divinity.
Why this rabbi’s religious beliefs can bend with science.
Parallel universes are a non-answer to a premature question.
A new generation of artists breathes life into cosmological data.
Some of this cosmologist’s most exuberant students are Tibetan monks in Dharamsala.