THE GOD PROBLEM
How a Godless Cosmos Creates
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Tiamut, the Mesopotamian salt-water goddess of chaos,provides two clues to the God Problem.
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“If Howard Bloom is only 10 percent right, we’ll have to drastically revise our notions of the universe. There’s no mysticism in The God Problem– no God, no religion, no incommunicable spiritual insights — just the contagious joy of a great mind set loose on the biggest intellectual puzzles humans have ever faced. Whether you’re a scientist or a hyper-curious layperson, Bloom’s argument will rock your world.” Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Nickel and Dimed
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