I just finished watching the documentary "Particle fever" about the Large Hadron Collider and I have a question that I'm hoping someone can help me out with?..
The documentary depicts the result of the collision, and in particular the mass of the higgs boson, as being conclusive as to whether Supersymmetry theory (SUSY) or multiverse theory is most likely. It then subtly makes reference to SUSY being an intelligent designers route for creation and the multiverse being just a chaotic randomness.
My question is... given that SUSY is now extremely unlikely as we can't find anything whatsoever in the data from the collisions, and we don't have any other leading explanations (that I'm aware of?), are we now left with the random chaos of the multiverse? And where does God fit in to that? Even the 'Einsteinian God' seems difficult to see to me given our perceived beauty of the universe might only exist as random chaos. @mike maybe one for #asksciencemike?
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