We Physicists Are the Only Scientists Who Can Say the Word "God" and Not Blush

We Physicists Are the Only Scientists Who Can Say the Word "God" and Not Blush

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August 15th, 2011, 6:16 pm #1

We Physicists Are the Only Scientists Who Can Say the Word "God" and Not Blush
Michio Kaku on June 30, 2010, 1:33 PM

Albert Einstein once said something very profound. He said the Universe could have been chaotic, random and ugly-and yet we have this gorgeous synthesis at the origin of the Universe itself, giving birth to the galaxies, the planets, DNA, life. Einstein said that the harmony he sees could not have been an accident. We're not necessarily talking about the design of humans; we're not talking about an intervention that gave us eyes, noses and ears, but where did the laws of physics come from?

As you know, I work in something called String Theory which makes the statement that we are reading the mind of God. It's based on music or little vibrating strings thus giving us particles that we see in nature. The laws of chemistry that we struggled with in high school would be the melodies that you can play on these vibrating strings. The Universe would be a symphony of these vibrating strings and the mind of God that Einstein wrote about at length would be cosmic music resonating through this nirvana. through this 11 dimensional hyperspace-that would be the mind of God. We physicists are the only scientists who can say the word "God" and not blush.

The fact of the matter is that we are dealing with the cosmic questions of existence and meaning. Thomas Huxley, the great biologist of the last century said that the question of all questions for science and religion is to determine our true place and our true role in the Universe. For both science and religion it is the same question.

However, there has essentially been a divorce in the last century or so between that of science and the Humanists and I think that it's very sad that we don't speak the same language anymore.

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August 15th, 2011, 6:41 pm #2

Mondo, the excellent work of quantum science has shown what mystics discovered some time ago.
The 'creation' of the Universe aka the Big Bang is not how it happened, (no witnesses anyway), but if matter is, as it is now known - energies vibrating in unlimited frequencies - and Earth and its inhabitants vibrating in almost the same range of frequency so as to be tangible, then the Universe was already here.

Just that we could not detect it and just as we cannot (yet) detect the teeming Life that vibrates beyond our perception.

It seems that Life always was and the great terrorist - us - just hasn't a clue as what it is.
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August 15th, 2011, 11:40 pm #3

We Physicists Are the Only Scientists Who Can Say the Word "God" and Not Blush
Michio Kaku on June 30, 2010, 1:33 PM

Albert Einstein once said something very profound. He said the Universe could have been chaotic, random and ugly-and yet we have this gorgeous synthesis at the origin of the Universe itself, giving birth to the galaxies, the planets, DNA, life. Einstein said that the harmony he sees could not have been an accident. We're not necessarily talking about the design of humans; we're not talking about an intervention that gave us eyes, noses and ears, but where did the laws of physics come from?

As you know, I work in something called String Theory which makes the statement that we are reading the mind of God. It's based on music or little vibrating strings thus giving us particles that we see in nature. The laws of chemistry that we struggled with in high school would be the melodies that you can play on these vibrating strings. The Universe would be a symphony of these vibrating strings and the mind of God that Einstein wrote about at length would be cosmic music resonating through this nirvana. through this 11 dimensional hyperspace-that would be the mind of God. We physicists are the only scientists who can say the word "God" and not blush.

The fact of the matter is that we are dealing with the cosmic questions of existence and meaning. Thomas Huxley, the great biologist of the last century said that the question of all questions for science and religion is to determine our true place and our true role in the Universe. For both science and religion it is the same question.

However, there has essentially been a divorce in the last century or so between that of science and the Humanists and I think that it's very sad that we don't speak the same language anymore.

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It's a part of my site where I put up a movie, in 6 parts due to time limits but it makes it easier to watch and stream...anyway, this movie changed my outlook and widened my perspective and it is truly a remarkable discovery...imo

http://the-revealing-science-of-god.queen-annie.net/

The movie is "The Fabric of Time" and the links are in the left sidebar.
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August 16th, 2011, 3:02 pm #4

I have it bookmarked. Time is a precious commodity these days ..


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August 20th, 2011, 8:21 am #5

It's a part of my site where I put up a movie, in 6 parts due to time limits but it makes it easier to watch and stream...anyway, this movie changed my outlook and widened my perspective and it is truly a remarkable discovery...imo

http://the-revealing-science-of-god.queen-annie.net/

The movie is "The Fabric of Time" and the links are in the left sidebar.
""For we have been given the truth and the proof, at last, that, indeed, there is no END to life...no true 'death'...there is just LIFE....and love...and discovery...""


This seems to be so and the Spiritualist movement has been saying so for around 200 years. Indeed more than just claiming this is true, but offering evidence of the fact.

The great importance of this is simple - if we cannot die, how then should we live?

Different sources and cultures point to Life being an individual path, with the individual 'reaping as was sown' when the Earth chapter of their Life comes to a close, and it does chime with the idea of personal responsibility.

If these are indeed so, then there is absolutely no point in - or need for -theology and their assorted, competing dogmas and doctrines, but it does seem that you alone must determine your ultimate future. That each individual is uniquely different also strongly suggests that the 'sheep' approach of theology is a complete waste of time, perhaps taking damaged minds away from the personal path that was exactly right for them.

In any event, it appears that we get more than one opportunity to gain the deeper understanding of the purposes of life, it's what we do rather than holding some belief that's important.

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August 20th, 2011, 10:10 pm #6

I see only one choice...to love one another in action and in truth...not just speaking of love but doing love...making sure that others aren't suffering if we are in good shape...as much as we can, to give selflessly and enjoy the little things that are the true blessings...flowers, pets, sunsets, good food in good company, and lots of laughter...especially at ourselves!
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