You'll note that Jan has basically ignored the bulk of your previous response, and what response there is amounts to little other than a restatement of the KCA (twice), that it does what is says on the tin, and that everyone who doesn't agree is wrong. No arguments, no refuting of the points made. Personally I would save your time. As is quite apparent in this thread, it seems. To be fair, one could say that even creating a universe makes one "enormously powerful"... until you find out that they made one in the LHC (whatever a "rainbow universe" is): http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/physics/lhc-accidental-rainbow-universe/ Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Certainly in terms of providing "proof" but I find it quite useful in establishing what I consider more rational, accepting the notion that it could be entirely wrong. When used as part of a proof to effectively discard one option in favour of another, it is conveniently only dragged out when its mis-use leads to the conclusion one desires. Agreed.