William Orem occasionally 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?
                                                      Deep questions. Real science.


What if life on earth did not begin on earth?

Can a single object exist in two places?

Is time travel physically possible?

String theory leading to the multiverse

The evolution of altruism               
                    our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us
Cosmology . . .  quantum mechanics . . . SETI . . . multiverse . . .
For younger folks, William has also written for A MOMENT OF SCIENCE, carried around the country and overseas on NPR affiliate stations.
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The Cosmos is all that is or was or ever will be.                                                                                                                   -- Carl Sagan


Another World

Is Reality Mathematical?

Of Mind and Cosmos

Does God Know He Is God? (Some Thoughts on the Theory of Everything)

Life Coming to Know Itself

An Open Letter to Douglas Hofstadter

The Deepest Answer

Why Does the World Exist?

Galileo's Fingers

​Art and Science: A Slice of Time

Philosophy vs Physics

How Long Will You Live?

Is Truth Beauty and Beauty Truth?

The Great Dome of the Sky