Daniel Schoch, "Gods as Topological Invariants",(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

arXiv:1203.6902

Abstract:We show that the number of gods in a universe must equal the Euler

characteristics of its underlying manifold. By incorporating the classical

cosmological argument for creation, this result builds a bridge between

theology and physics and makes theism a testable hypothesis. Theological

implications are profound since the theorem gives us new insights in the

topological structure of heavens and hells. Recent astronomical observations

can not reject theism, but data are slightly in favor of atheism.

(Yes -- it's 1-Apr.)

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