Because of a recent debate – if you can call it that – about the origins of the universe I’ve been looking into cosmology. Since I’m one of the participants, I’m not sure you can call it a debate because I know next to nothing about cosmology.
When I say I know nothing about cosmology I mean it in the classical sense of nothing. Zip. Zero. Nada. Emptiness. A giant void.
In an effort to educate myself a bit about this I’ve listened to two discussions between William Lane Craig and Lawrence Krauss.
Annnd this one:
I’ll be the first to admit this goes over my head to a large degree. And I can’t listen to much more of either of these guys because they both become whiny sounding.
I’m now (as in as I type this) listening to this:
But if anyone wants to know what preceded the Big Bang and how something can come from nothing, here it is:
There was nothing in my head about cosmology. Having listened to this stuff for a few hours my head is about to explode. Stand back: you’re about to see something come from nothing!
Seriously: If anyone has good recommendations of any youtube videos or other material that talks about this stuff in somewhat elementary, backwoods, layman’s (whatever you wanna call it) I’d be happy to hear them.