January 15, 2013
In the beginning, it will be explained that the “Something” won the war against the “Nothing” because the former can have the mechanisms to assure its survival: inheritance and replication. The “Nothing” by definition cannot have mechanisms, so if the war starts, the “Something” has the win. Later in the paper, we will substitute the name “Something” by “primal universes”, to change to a more scientific language. Second point. It will be discussed the possibilities that the reality could have been other way or not. Third point. One clear argument against the existence of God is the improbability that a being so complex, so almighty appeared from the nothing. As opposite to the human being that appeared after years of evolution. In this point, it will be explained the other possibility, the Omega point. The probability that a God is created by evolution, in this or in whatever other universe. Fourth point. It will be discussed the possibilities of immortality even if a God does not exist. Understanding immortality as the possibility of awakening up wherever, whenever, however after death.