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Scientific Proof that God exists is here

Discussion in 'Religion and Spirituality' started by CashInFist, Aug 24, 2017.

  1. CashInFist

    CashInFist Well-Known Member

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    In a nutshell: We developed a machine in 2005 that can track "primitive semi-radius tachyons" that move faster than light, and are apparently "Governed" by an unknown force. Michio Kaku (Stephen Hawking without the disabilities) was allowed to use this machine, and concluded that by being able to move in any direction faster than light, they could be used to manipulate "TIME" itself. In essence, God says, "Hello", and we are attempting to read the "Mind of God".

    Thoughts?

    http://blog.godreports.com/2016/06/...eory-suggests-were-all-living-in-gods-matrix/

    Theoretical physicist, futurist, and bestselling author Michio Kaku has developed a theory that points to the existence of God using string theory.

    String theory assumes that seemingly specific material particles are actually “vibrational states.”

    His view about intelligent design has riled the scientific community because Dr. Kaku is considered one of its most respected and prominent voices. He is the co-creator of string field theory, a branch of string theory.

    “I have concluded that we are in a world made by rules created by an intelligence,” he stated, according to the Geophilosophical Association of Anthropological and Cultural Studies.

    Dr. Kaku has continued Einstein’s search for a “Theory of Everything,” seeking to unify the four fundamental forces of the universe—the strong force, the weak force, gravity and electromagnetism.

    The very purpose of physics, says Kaku is “to find an equation … which will allow us to unify all the forces of nature and allow us to read the mind of God.”

    To reach his conclusions about intelligence behind the universe, Dr. Kaku made use of what he calls “primitive semi-radius tachyons.”

    A tachyon is a particle that always moves faster than light. Many physicists believe such particles cannot exist because they are not consistent with the known laws of physics.

    As noted by Einstein and others, special relativity implies that faster-than-light particles, if they existed, could be used to communicate backwards in time.

    Dr. Kaku used a technology created in 2005 that allowed him to analyze the behavior of matter at the subatomic scale, relying on a primitive tachyon semi-radius.

    When he observed the behavior of these tachyons in several experiments, he concluded that humans live in a “matrix,” a world governed by laws and principles conceived by an intelligent architect.

    “I have concluded that we are in a world made by rules created by an intelligence, not unlike a favorite computer game, but of course, more complex and unthinkable,” he said.

    “By analyzing the behavior of matter at the subatomic scale affected by the semi tachyon pitch radius, what we call chance no longer makes sense, because we are in a universe governed by established rules and not determined by universal chances plane.

    “This means that, in all probability, there is an unknown force that governs everything,” he noted.

    The Japanese-American physicist states “physicists are the only scientists who can say the word ‘God’ and not blush.”

    “To me it is clear that we exist in a plan which is governed by rules that were created, shaped by a universal intelligence and not by chance.”
     
  2. Ohiophinphan

    Ohiophinphan Chaplain Staff Member Luxury Box

    Thank you for your post. For me though, this is a rabbit hole, I don't want to go down.

    While the conjecture is this is "proof of God" it does not "prove" who that God is, how that God relates or has related to humanity, or which, if any, of our understandings of God are true? As a Christian, I have a very definite understanding of who "God" is in my life and as I understand it, in the world. Nothing, however, can "prove" that particular God. Yet, I am as sure of God's existence as I am of the reality surrounding me.

    Proof for me would relieve me of the need for a God given faith which is at the core of my understanding.
    If it helps you or anyone else, I am quite glad, it is just not for me, thanks.
     
  3. Fin D

    Fin D Derp Sherpa Club Member

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    https://innotechtoday.com/michio-kaku-clears-god-discovery/

    That article is wrong about the study and what Dr. Maku said:

    "I&T Today: You recently made a lot of headlines with your discoveries regarding the possible existence of a higher intelligence. Could you explain what you found?

    Michio Kaku: There is a website that quoted me incorrectly. That’s one of the drawbacks of being in a public sphere: sometimes you get quoted incorrectly. And the reference I saw said that I said that you can prove the existence of God. My point of view is different. My own point of view is that you can neither prove nor disprove the existence of God.

    Science is based on what is testable, reproducible, and falsifiable. That’s called science. However, there are certain things that are not testable, not reproducible, and not falsifiable. And that would include the existence of God.

    For example, look at reincarnation. If somebody at a cocktail party says that they are Cleopatra or Julius Caesar, how do you disprove that? How do you falsify that? Well, you ask some simple question and they get it wrong. Then you say, “Ha! I falsified your statement.” And they say, “No, the history books are wrong…How do I know the history books are wrong? Because I am Cleopatra. I am Julius Caesar.”

    At that point, the conversation is over. You begin to realize that no matter how you falsify that statement they can come back and say, “No, no, no, the history books are wrong.” And, how do you falsify that? You cannot. So, there are certain statements that are not falsifiable.

    Same thing with the existence of God. I don’t think there’s any one experiment that you can create to prove or disprove the existence of God. Therefore, it’s not a falsifiable statement. You cannot create an experiment that disproves the existence of God. Therefore, it’s a non-falsifiable statement."


    The simple fact of the matter is that if a person of faith tries to "prove" god, then they've shown they either have weak faith or no faith. You cannot have faith in a fact, as that is not how faith works.
     
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  4. CashInFist

    CashInFist Well-Known Member

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    Michio Kaku, Albert Einstein, many other great minds all believe in God.

    Kaku figured out that the whole world is one big Matrix. Elon Musk said there is a 1 in Billions chance we are not living in a Matrix and is spending ungodly amounts of $$$ trying to prove it.

    Whatever "God" you believe in, there IS one, no question.
     
  5. Fin D

    Fin D Derp Sherpa Club Member

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    You missed both points completely.
     
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  6. Two Tacos

    Two Tacos Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Einstein's concept of "god" is so far removed from tradition as to be an entirely different thing. It was also clearly an evolving opinion, but by 1945 he was saying:

    "From the viewpoint of a Jesuit priest I am, of course, and have always been an atheist.... I have repeatedly said that in my opinion the idea of a personal God is a childlike one. You may call me an agnostic, but I do not share the crusading spirit of the professional atheist whose fervor is mostly due to a painful act of liberation from the fetters of religious indoctrination received in youth. I prefer an attitude of humility corresponding to the weakness of our intellectual understanding of nature and of our being."

    And before anyone drops quotes from earlier in his life about Spinoza's God, please make sure you understand what "Spinoza's god" meant at the time.
     
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  7. danmarino

    danmarino Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    "In view of such harmony in the cosmos which I, with my limited human mind, am able to recognize, there are yet people who say there is no God. But what really makes me angry is that they quote me for the support of such views."

    "I'm not an atheist and I don't think I can call myself a pantheist. We are in the position of a little child entering a huge library filled with books in many languages. The child knows someone must have written those books. It does not know how. It does not understand the languages in which they are written. The child dimly suspects a mysterious order in the arrangements of the books, but doesn't know what it is. That, it seems to me, is the attitude of even the most intelligent human being toward God."

    Most scholars would tell us that Einstein believed in a god. He's not Christian or Jewish or Muslim, however. But this doesn't mean he didn't think there is a god.
     
  8. CashInFist

    CashInFist Well-Known Member

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    I know God exists. I have known for a fact since I was 8 years old. But, any sensible person knows that "SOMETHING" created all of this. It's a certainty. I can understand the debate on "What" that "SOMETHING" is, I can get on board with that kind of logic. But, we DID have a "Creator". No question. I call that "Creator", God. And I believe that Jesus Christ is my Lord and Saviour. Without question. I've seen it first hand multiple times throughout my life, and I feel sorry for the people that claim to have never witnessed it, or refuse to acknowledge it. So sad.

    Elon Musk says there is a 1 in BILLIONS chance we are NOT in some type of computer simulation ourselves. He and his friends are spending many Millions of $$$ trying to prove it. I respect your opinion if you believe "Something" created us. If not, go back to school.
     
  9. CaribPhin

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    I see that West Virginia 'can do no research' attitude is alive and well.
     
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  10. Fin D

    Fin D Derp Sherpa Club Member

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    No, you believe it. Which is fine. But if you think it is a fact, then your faith is weak or non existant and that means you are 100% missing the point of Christianity.

    Also, if you truly believed or "knew it too be fact", then you need to start explaining the thread in the Lounge. You are committing numerous sins unrepentantly, according to that thing.
     
  11. Fin-O

    Fin-O Initiated Club Member

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    I'm not going to speak on how I feel about this directly...

    But I will say, I used to be quite vocal about my stance on this. Then, one day while driving down an empty freeway I saw a sign that read "If you are living your life like their is no god?? YOU BETTER BE RIGHT"

    That stuck with me all these years to the point that I stay mum on the topic.
     

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