Reality Or What?

What Is Reality Anyway?

Science

Scientists of all branches can share new scientific theories and discoveries about what is real and how to define reality.
We know that we exist and everything that we can observe and measure around us seems to exist, but what about what we can’t see in our universe and beyond if there is a “beyond”?
Paul EmmeryFeb 1, 2023
I think it is reasonable there had to be some other higher intelligence that decided to create our universe for a reason.
Davey RocketJan 30, 2023
Science and Christianity are sometimes viewed as enemies of one another. Some scientists believe that Christians ignore facts in order to maintain their faith, while some Christians believe that scientists ignore the possibility of faith in their search for facts. Perceived differences between the two have led to some mistrust and tension. Nowhere is this potential tension more evident than in discussions on the beginning of the universe. The scientific community theorizes that the universe began with a Big Bang, evolving through time, while Christians point to the Biblical account of God creating the world in the book of Genesis.
Mary EllisFeb 2, 2023
Does Causality, which is also called causation, or cause and effect, determine everything that happens in our universe?
Robert LewisFeb 26, 2023
Since Scientists struggle with the concept of a Creator, yet know the universe had to have a beginning, (big bang) prefer to say that the universe created itself or that it spontaneously came into being. It is also common knowledge that everything must have a beginning and an end.
Davey RocketFeb 3, 2023
Is our universe just one of many that exists, or is it the only one? Where exactly is the universe? Assuming the universe does exist, we have a hard time reconciling the concept of nothingness beyond the boundaries of the universe, if indeed it has any.
Davey RocketJan 19, 2023

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