Polkinghorne, The faith of a physicist, 192. Note: he dismisses John Wheelers idea of the "participatory" AP,
namely that observers bring about their own existence, as "scientifically
incredible." See John C. Polkinghorne, Science and Providence: God's
Interaction with the World, 1st Shambhala ed. (Boston: Shambhala
Publications, 1989), 24. and Polkinghorne, The faith of a physicist, 76.
and refer to Barrow and Frank J. Tipler, The Anthropic Cosmological
Principle, p. 22. See also
Polkinghorne, Science and providence, 38-40.
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