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The astrophysicist, cosmologist and Nobel Prize winner George Smoot shows stunning new images from deep-space surveys, and prods us to ponder how the cosmos — with its giant webs of dark matter and mysterious gaping voids — got built this way.
So the question should come to your mind is, what kind of design, you know, what kind of creative process and what kind of design produced the world like that?
…we have a model, and we can calculate it, and we can use it to make designs of what we think the universe really looks like. And that design is sort of way beyond what our original imagination of it was.
…I’m going to show you the results of a very large-scale simulation of what we think the universe might be like, using essentially, some of the play principles and some of the design principles that, you know, humans have labored so hard to pick up, but apparently nature knew how to do at the beginning.
Georges Smoot – The design of the universe
When one see these amazing images resulting of years of research, these simulations models (which required for some of them 1,000 processors to run during one month), one cannot but wonder about the unimaginable knowledge which manifests in the building process of the universe. And also wonder about the insatiable curiosity of the human being who is able to dis-cover some of the fundamental structures of the universe.
To know more, some links to the website Vedanta, Being alive to what is:
 The equation ‘You are that’, the cause of the universe
 The equation ‘You are that’, the nature of ‘that’
 Article in pdf format, The vedic vision of God
Other links :
 Brian Swimme – Séries of documentaries (Global Mind shift : ‘The new story’ et ‘Current Moment’) on http://www.global-mindshift.org/discover/viewMeme.asp?memeid=291
 Article on this blog: Modern cosmology & Vedanta – Does the universe have a beginning?