Any comments on the "evolving universe"?
Most of you have heard of this before, but people have tried to apply Darwinism to the way the universe works.
Picture this: This universe will inevitably come to an end. Once it does, all the energy will "vanish" and will continue to float around the never ending network of multiverses. In this network of multiverses, there are an infinite amount of parallel universes. Some of these universes may be connected to eachother, and new universes are constantly born and destroyed.
What I'm saying is that even if our universe is not eternal, the network of universes our universe is part of, is eternal. We don't need god to explain the creation of either universe (our universe or the multiverse), because our universe is part of a system that has always existed.
We also COULD explain our laws of physics have "evolved" from more simple universes. Our universe has very complex laws of physics, so it can't have came out of nowhere. But just like Darwinism, there could have been a beginning universe that begun to "evolve" and create more and more complex universes.
I wrote earlier that the multiverse is actually eternal. It doesn't need a God to be created, because it was never (sort of) born. I mean that the multiverse has existed forever, but still it has a sort of "time-frame", that allows the universes to evolve more complex laws of physics. This also means that there indeed are an infinite number of parallel universes.
Any comments? I love speculating, but don't think I'm assuming anything.
Trust and believe in no god, but trust and believe in yourself.