World Renowned Scientist Michio Kaku Proves Existence Of God

Reblogged from Science World Report

Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku, one of the most respected scientists today claimed that he found definitive proof of the existence of God. The information he shared created a great stir in the scientific community simply because of his status as one of the creators and developers of the revolutionary String Theory, which is highly regarded everywhere in the world.

The report on Feroces Mente explained that to come to this conclusion, he made use of what is called as the “primitive semi-radius tachyons,” which are theoretical particles that are capable of unsticking the Universe matter or the vaccum space between particles. They then leave everything free from the influence of the universe that surrounds them.

While working on this theory, Kaku discovered what he says is the evidence that the universe was created by an intelligence rather than by random forces. To put it simply, as stated by Catholic.org, he said that we live in a Matrix-style universe.

“I have concluded that we are in a world made by rules created by an intelligence,” the scientist said. “Believe me, everything that we call chance today won’t make sense anymore. 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.”

So does this mean that he believes in the omnipotence of God? Yes, and no. Despite his theory of an intelligence being the maker of the universe, he may also be referring to Spinoza’s God, which is a sort of deification of the laws of the universe itself. This is the kind of God that Einstein also concluded years before.

 



Categories: God

9 replies

  1. Exiting stuff Paul! No longer will you have to put up with pesky sceptics wittering on about the boundaries of knowledge.
    But I really didn’t understand the physics in the article. Perhaps you can help – what are “primitive semi-radius tachyons”?

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  2. I’m afraid not Paul – this level of physics is way beyond me. The article says “theoretical particles that are capable of unsticking the Universe matter or the vaccum space between particles. They then leave everything free from the influence of the universe that surrounds them” – and I’m non the wiser.
    But, given the extraordinary importance of this discovery I assumed you would have done some basic fact checking and found Kiku’s peer reviewed paper that describes this finding so that you could come up to speed with the basic physical concepts involved.

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    • Andy I just run a simple blog. I reblogged articles such as this that interest me. The opportunity is there for readers to do their own further research into the subject if they so wish.

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  3. Fair enough!
    I’ve done a bit of research and the whole thing appears to be a hoax.

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    • Really? Would you care to share your evidence?

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    • 1. Kaku’s web site http://mkaku.org/
      I would have thought someone who had proved the existence of God would make a bit more of a fuss about it.
      2. Google “primitive semi-radius tachyons”
      Mostly religious and sceptical web sites. I didn’t see anything that looks like scientific community discussion.
      3. This theist scientist think it’s a hoax:
      http://blog.drwile.com/?p=14864
      4. Tachyons are hypothetical particles for which there is no compelling evidence. At best they could provide evidence for a God as a hypothetical entity for which no compelling evidence exists.

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  4. 1. Have a look at Dr Kaku’s web site http://mkaku.org/home/
    I think it is reasonable to expect that one who had proven the existence of God would make a bit of a fuss about it.
    2. Google “primitive semi radius tachyons”. Quite a lot of results, a mix a religious and sceptical web sites – but nothing I can see that indicates this is a serious scientific idea being discussed by the scientific community. There is nothing that looks like a proper peer reviewed publication.
    3. Here is some commentary from a theist scientist: http://blog.drwile.com/?p=14864
    He shows it is an old story and believes it to be a hoax.
    4. Tachyons are hypothetical particles for which no compelling evidence for their existence has been found: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tachyon#History so at best, they might be used to show the existence of God as a hypothetical entity for which no compelling evidence has been found.

    I’ve also found Spanish language sites that discuss this – instead of being a hoax it could be a result of someone misunderstanding a translation of one of Kaku’s articles – he’s a science populariser and tends to go for far out speculation.

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  5. 1. Kaku’s web site http://mkaku.org/
    I would have thought someone who had proved the existence of God would make a bit more of a fuss about it.
    2. Google “primitive semi-radius tachyons”
    Mostly religious and sceptical web sites. I didn’t see anything that looks like scientific community discussion.
    3. This theist scientist think it’s a hoax:
    http://blog.drwile.com/?p=14864
    4. Tachyons are hypothetical particles for which there is no compelling evidence. At best they could provide evidence for a God as a hypothetical entity for which no compelling evidence exists.

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