Friday, January 24, 2014


OF THE EXISTENCE OF GOD For scientific minds, religious subjects may seem ridiculous. But when they are considered by a scientist, it feels unusual. Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku claims to have created a theory that may point to the existence of God. The information created uproar in the scientific community. Michio Kaku is considered one of the most important scientists of today – one of the developers of the revolutionary String Theory, which is highly respected around the world.
To come to his conclusions, the physicist made use of what he calls “primitive semi – radius tachyons”. Tachyons are theoretical particles capable to “unstick” the Universe matter or vacuum space between matter particles, leaving everything free from the influences of the surrounding universe.

Most physicists think that faster-than-light particles cannot exist because they are not consistent with the known laws of physics. Although the technology to detect the true tachyon particles is still far from being achieved and despite theoretical arguments against the existence of faster-than-light particle, experiments have been conducted to search for them. After conducting the tests, Kaku came to the conclusion that we live in a “Matrix”. “I have concluded that we are in a world made by rules created by an intelligence”, he affirmed.
“Believe me; everything that we call chance today won’t make sense anymore.” And he added: “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.”

Dr. Michio Kaku is a very well-known theoretical physicist and also an acclaimed writer who has had more than 70 articles published in professional physics journals such as Physical Review. His research seemed to have led him to recognize that there are other ‘forces’ that controls the world and it cannot be explained. In several occasions, Kaku made connections between science and religion, questioned what is behind all theories about the creation of the world and reflected on the existence of eternal life, and the “God of Order.” He has said, “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” In one of his declarations in video Dr. Kaku says that “God must be a mathematician.” Spiritually advanced cultures used of the principles of mathematics to advance towards God realization. A common belief among ancient cultures was that the laws of numbers have not only a practical significance, but also a mystical and religious significance. For example, at the heart of the Pythagorean world view was a unity of religious principles and mathematical propositions. Our spiritual masters have taught us that “wisdom” is more than the mere “exercise of intelligence.” Unfortunately, modern man's worship of intelligence does not allow him to realize the superiority of “love” over “reason.” (Editor's note).

Mathematics has only recently risen to attempt to usurp the throne of Godhead. Ironically, it originally came into use in human society within the context of spiritual pursuit. ... In ancient India, mathematics served as a bridge between understanding material reality and the spiritual conception. Vedic mathematics differs profoundly from Greek mathematics in that knowledge for its own sake (for its aesthetic satisfaction) did not appeal to the Indian mind. The mathematics of the Vedas lacks the cold, clear, geometric precision of the West; rather, it is cloaked in the poetic language which so distinguishes the East. Vedic mathematicians strongly felt that every discipline must have a purpose, and believed that the ultimate goal of life was to achieve self-realization and love of God and thereby be released from the cycle of birth and death.

Published by dasavatara das - “Vedic Views on World News”

1 comment:

Syamala said...

Indian philosophy very often stated that mind is faster than matter and light. On the blog, you will find papers that take this statement as an assumption and show that it is mathematically possible for thought in our brains to consist of tachyons, the faster-than-light particles, which some physicists like Sudarshan, Feinberg, and Recami have proposed. Nowa days, scientists from different disciplines are working together to find how consciousness arises in the brain (the so called "hard problem" of consciousness). That thought consists of tachyons (a clue from ancient Indian philosophy, one might say) offers the solution to the "hard problem"