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Hawkings No-boundary model, why it fails

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Hawkings No-boundary model, why it fails

https://www.bethinking.org/is-there-a-creator/beyond-the-big-bang

Hawking has more recently stated explicitly that he interprets the Hartle-Hawking Model non-realistically. He confesses, ‘I’m a positivist ... I don’t demand that a theory correspond to reality because I don’t know what it is’ (Hawking and Penrose 1996 )

With each successive failure of alternative cosmogonic theories to avoid the absolute beginning of the universe predicted by the Standard Model, that prediction has been corroborated. This beginning of the universe, of space and time themselves, reveals the contingency of the universe. The universe is evidently not necessarily existent, as Hume suggested, since it is not eternal, and therefore its existence does cry out for explanation. It is no longer sufficient to dismiss this problem with a shrug and a slogan, ‘The universe is just there, and that’s all.’

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