So, I was thinking about intelligent design versus evolution today. And I eventually moved onto the more important point which is that neither one has an acceptable origin at the "something came from nothing" level. At which point I moved on to wondering why physics forces exist in the forms that we observe. Because if you're creating something from nothing, then the laws that govern that something are completely arbitrary. So for some reason I presented myself the hypothesis that there are in fact only one or two core forces in the universe and that those forces must be suspended in a system that can never reach equilibrium. So, if such an unstable system were left on it's own for an unimaginable amount of time. It would eventually lead to complex interactions an an imperceptibly small scale.
So, that got me thinking. Life today sprung from single celled organisms with no will or intent, only simple mechanics. Why wouldn't it be entirely within the realm of possibility that physics itself could be an evolving process? And by extension, leading to the mechanics driving said single celled organisms.
It's purely hypothetical and I can't even pretend that I could begin to prove it. But I'm starting to think that it's possible that certain physical forces are not distributed throughout the entirety of the universe. Sort of like how you know that grass covers a whole lot of the land on earth, but there are still desolate wastelands out there.
Just thought I'd share this thought that has me intrigued with you guys.
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