Friday, June 25, 2010
TOO DUMB FOR THE COMPLICATED STUFF
This story could provoke some sober thought, if we weren’t so feebleminded.
"Humans may be incapable of solving the ultimate mysteries of the universe. So says Martin Rees, cosmologist and president of the Royal Society, in an interview with the Sunday Times - a view that the paper treated as headline news. Rees thinks problems such as the existence of parallel universes, the cause of the big bang, or the nature of our own consciousness are just too difficult for our puny brains to resolve. He points out that the discoverers of relativity and quantum mechanics were able to use mathematical models developed by mathematicians decades earlier, whereas the math does not yet exist which could unify the two." (Click here for the rest)
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Peter Quaife – RIP
Posted by Mick at 6/25/2010 04:48:00 PM