The end of Cosmology?
I was doing some reading, (amazing concept I know), in Borders the other day and I stumbled across an interesting article. The article is in the magazine Scientific American and the title of the article is "The end of Cosmology?" Essentially, it challenges the future acceptance of the Big-Bang theory. I was wondering if anyone with better background in this issue has read the article yet. If you would like to read it for the first time, I found this website http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=the-end-of-cosmology&sc=rss which has the full text. I would love to hear some thoughts/opinions concerning the article because I myself am a bit skeptical of what the article uses as evidence to support its claims.
The implication that we should put Darwinism on trial overlooks the fact that Darwinism has always been on trial within the scientific community. -- From Finding Darwin's God by Kenneth R. Miller
Chaos and chance don't mean the absence of law and order, but rather the presence of order so complex that it lies beyond our abilities to grasp and describe it. -- From From Certainty to Uncertainty by F. David Peat