Deism versus Theism - N I C C O L O
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The book considers the nine most important earthquakes in 20th century science, and shows that they are all incompatible with Deism. 1: Cosmology is the "Big Bang of our Universe": how can "nothing" explode? 2: The Origin of the First Self-Replicating Biological Cell is the "Big Bang of Unicellular Life on Earth". Deist Hoyle gave an estimate of its occurrence somewhere in the Universe: zero. 3: Animal intentionality is the "Big Bang of Spirit" irrupting into Homo Sapiens. 4: The Subjective Claim of Fundamental Rights is the "Big Bang of Probability Theory" of how 12 billion sacks of molecules…mehr

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The book considers the nine most important earthquakes in 20th century science, and shows that they are all incompatible with Deism. 1: Cosmology is the "Big Bang of our Universe": how can "nothing" explode? 2: The Origin of the First Self-Replicating Biological Cell is the "Big Bang of Unicellular Life on Earth". Deist Hoyle gave an estimate of its occurrence somewhere in the Universe: zero. 3: Animal intentionality is the "Big Bang of Spirit" irrupting into Homo Sapiens. 4: The Subjective Claim of Fundamental Rights is the "Big Bang of Probability Theory" of how 12 billion sacks of molecules manage to answer the same question (do you have fundamental rights?) in exactly the same way (yes). 5: Economy is the "Big Bang of the American Parasite" 6: John Bell is the "Big Bang of Quantum Mechanics" showing that all physical decisions are taken from outside matter 7: The "wave function collapse" is the "Big Bang of Bohr's and Heisenberg's Deist Preconceptions" 8: Kurt Gödel is the "Big Bang of Number Theory": he showed mathematically that "understanding" has nothing whatsoever in common with running a computer program, and therewith exploded Hilbert's Wettest Dreams. 9: The Holy Shroud is a "Big Bang Exploding in Michael Tite's Own Hands"
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  • Verlag: URLink Print & Media, LLC
  • Seitenzahl: 130
  • Erscheinungstermin: 16. Mai 2019
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 229mm x 152mm x 7mm
  • Gewicht: 201g
  • ISBN-13: 9781643674841
  • ISBN-10: 1643674846
  • Artikelnr.: 56782106
Autorenporträt
The author spent 20 years of his life as a researcher and university professor in the traditional scientific disciplines: physics, chemistry, mathematics, and biology. He specialized in the behavior of electrons in optically excited nanocrystals in solution. The most famous name in the field of reactive nanoparticles is that of Steven Jones, who reconstructed the nature of the explosives stalled in the twin towers: they were composed of two layers of atomic aluminum nanocrystals and iron oxide nanocrystals, coated on some flexible substrate. Whereas Steven Jones studied the New York dust (remainders of the twin towers) with all possible physical and chemical techniques, the author specialized on a single technique (femtosecond time-resolved optic-pump teraherz-probe spectroscopy) and applied it to non-explosive crystals of different shapes (spheres, cubes, foils), structures (pure, layered, mixed), and chemical composition (like PbS and CdSe). He used mathematics and quantum mechanics to explain his measured results. Intrigued by the sequel of the 1996 Sokal hoax, in 2015 the author decided to change his research, and has since then published four books on historic and sociologic themes (though not in the spirit of Sokal).