Chapter Nine | An Intelligent Universe
There is a fine line between the phenomenon of life and the rest of the physical universe. We find that as the universe grows, life grows with it. In fact, right from its birth, the life of the universe resembles that of a life form. And like cells in its body, we find ourselves to be a vital part of its biocosmic structure. In this chapter, we consider our worldviews, the nature of the first cause, and conclude that time must be circular simply because spacetime is not Euclidean.