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One reason might be that although it has been over four hundred years since Galileo was forced to recant heliocentrism and spend the last years of his life under house arrest by order of the Roman Inquisition, some residual resentment for the narrow mindedness with which the theocracy hindered the advance of science before the Renaissance. Another could be that while ~95% of the general population believe in some form of God only ~25 to 30% of scientists do so because it appears that scientists feel capable of finding explanations without resorting to putative deities.

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An attempt to clarify and classify the various forms of possible Multiverse cosmologies into four types has been presented [20] but the attempt seems to have caused some controversy of its own. Unfortunately we contribute to the diversity of multiverse forms. For HAM cosmology the multiverse is an ensemble of A Continuous-State Holographic Anthropic Multiverse 33 holographically embedded Hubble domains each causally separated from each other and each with their own fine-tuned laws of physics. Each Hubble domain is a self-organized complex system and as such operates with the principles and dynamics attributed to such systems such as incursion and scale-invariance [8,9].