New theory: an intelligent being created the universe




Every night, thousands, maybe even millions of people lifted his eyes to heaven, and set two fundamental questions: are we alone here and why we are here … A lawyer and a lover of science from Portland (USA) believes that the universe is not only full of life, but some of it may be reasonable, so much so that our minds can not even imagine. He also claims that as rational beings, all we are doing our final destiny: to give life to another universe.

"Intelligent life is essentially a reproductive organ space," — says James Gardner, a lawyer and part-time scientist. His theory of selfish biokosma he developed taking into account the achievements of physics, biology, biochemistry, astronomy and cosmology. The individual parts of his theory of Gardner has published in several major scientific journals, he recently stated it fully in the new book "Biokosm: a new scientific theory of evolution" with the subtitle "Intelligent life as an architect of the universe."

Although Gardner admits that his theory is speculative and speculative, in the literal and figurative sense, it is reliably based on serious research to at least be interested scientists.

• The universe created by the mind?

The theory of selfish biokosma begins with the assumption that the universe is friendly life. This is not a hostile space where you can see all the black holes, uninhabited planet and the void that somehow, by chance, have allowed intelligent life evolved on Earth, says Gardner. Among the evidence of his life-friendly nature of the universe — the assertion that the Big Bang was just the force of the universe to give the opportunity to grow at a certain rate, ideal for the development of life. If the Big Bang was a greater force, the cosmos by now would have been empty. If the force was smaller, said Gardner, the universe would have cringed. Another sign of the friendly nature of the life of the universe — the ease with which produces carbon (the basis of life). In addition, the three-dimensional structure of the universe allows life to exist such as we know it.

"Taken together, these factors make the universe unusually suitable for the existence of life and intelligence," — says the researcher, in the preface to his book. — "This is a very attractive explanation for the fact that the universe is set up for the development of life."

Gardner believes that in the end life and intelligence in its development will reach the point where you will be able to figure out how to create and give life to another universe, just as, he says, pre-existing universe gave rise to ours. Gardner says that our universe is a descendant of the previous one, brings a cosmic equivalent of DNA, which provides instructions to the development and some sort of sketch to create offspring — next universe.

As far as the primary source of our world, for that matter Gardner's theory is even more speculative. He postulates a closed timelike bend in which the universe creates itself. But he has other explanations.

Gardner is now necessary to find the base of his theory not only in the discourse, but also in science. He believes that due to the friendly nature of the life of the universe must be a meeting point for people with extraterrestrial life and intelligence in the study of the cosmos. Such meetings as he said to prove the theory of selfish biokosma.

Other proposed researcher tests — Determination of the evolution towards the understanding of their neprimatov, the evolution of artificial life into a "conscious artifacts" and the emergence of transgumannogo intelligence — the emergence of higher levels of intelligence on Earth, such as the community of people and machines more intelligent than people in particular.


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