William Orem also currently blogs for the Foundational Questions Institute.​ 

Founded by MIT cosmologist Max Tegmark, backed by some of the best scientific minds in the world, FQXi funds research into mind-bending cosmology and physics -- those kinds of projects that are unlikely to receive funding from traditional sources, but which could change our understanding of reality at a deep level.     

Is time travel possible? Is mathematics more real than we are? What came before the Big Bang?          
                                     

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String theory and the multiverse

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The Cosmos is all that is or was or ever will be.                                                                                                                   -- Carl Sagan