There's the point, that isn't explained.
The nothing that preceeded it, that isn't explained.
The nothing it's in, that isn't explained.
The point and the space expanding into what, that isn't explained.
The big bang theory, explains less than nothing.
An infinite universe, both...
It does seem that any theory that uses mulitples of the same thing (albeit in different configurations), in this case strings... AND without explaining the "space" in between them... is presumably flawed.
Some seem to forget that it's all about a "singularity."
I got a "hair" theory I'll...
My feeling is that they are both imperfect... the geometry and the real world.
True perfection only happens once.
That's the nature of perfection in it's truest sense... at the fundamental level we are talking about.
Anything inside the universe including geometry, and probably the...
I'm actually not questioning your doubt as to whether nothing can give rise to something... nor am I assuming that a very fundamental idea can only be "mistaken" for fact.
I'm actually wondering if at the root of existence... idea and fact are the same thing?
Plato "seems" to suggest it...
There is also nothing readily available to demonstrate that our universe is the container.
I think the task is to define "container."
Is it impossible to logically define the container that isn't contained?
Given enough time we can theoretically reach the first or last thing in the...
Uncertainty in the universe, isn't necessarily something we need to get rid of, to explain the universe.
It might be the most fundamental thing in the universe. If we didn't have uncertainty we wouldn't have change.
Getting beyond it, to explain the origin of the universe, is another thing...