It's been a long time since I have written and my first thought after reading a certain NPR blog post recently was to post a link to it and start a dialogue with those who know way more about philosophy than I do (let's keep in ENGLISH, please)!
'What's the article', you ask. Here it is: Physics Vs. Philosophy: Really?
They comment on Lawrence Krauss' recent book and some of the response it/he have received. I am fascinated by creation stories from different cultures and so it struck a chord in me. I have had the 'first cause' of the universe on my mind lately, especially after watching a rousing discussion between Drs. Amir Aczel and Brian Greene (Aczel - Greene discussion) in which they discussed multiverse, bubble universes, the nature of infinity and the infinite universe.
Of course, this is a landmark era in physics. Our understanding of the universe is increasing and we are able to perform so many wonderful experiments. It's even thought that within the next year we will know whether the SM Higgs Boson exists or not! Next up? SUSY? haha
Well, I look forward to the anticipated comments from these links and being able to have my mind expanded!