24 April, 2012

Science Will Never Explain Why There’s Something Rather Than Nothing | Cross-Check, Scientific American Blog Network

This author may indeed be wrong. Advances in scientific understanding (especially in the field of quantum mechanics) seems to be groping its way to providing a scientific explanation for how God works in the universe. Michio Kaku, a noted physicists, author, a regular presenter in NOVA presentations on cosmology and physics recently wrote this in his latest book, 'Physics of the Impossible':


Christian theologians, at a loss to explain where heaven might be located, have often speculated that perhaps God lives in a higher dimensional plane. Surprisingly, if higher dimensions did exist, many of the properties ascribed to the gods might become possible. A being in a higher dimension might be able to disappear and reappear at will or walk through walls—powers usually ascribed to deities.

Check out the article yourself by clicking on the link below to be taken to the Scientific American website.

Science Will Never Explain Why There’s Something Rather Than Nothing | Cross-Check, Scientific American Blog Network

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