miércoles, 20 de mayo de 2015

Scientist Michio Kaku surprised with finding irrefutable evidence: God does exist

The American physicist and science writer, one of the most respected in the field of quantum physics luminaries, ensures that there is an unknown force that governs everything.

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The renowned American theoretical physicist Michio Kaku, famous for making the revolutionary string theory (fundamental physics model that assumes that seemingly specific material particles are actually "vibrational states") recently caused a small tremor in the community then scientist who claimed to have found evidence of the existence of an intelligent man unknown force that governs nature that is, something quite similar to the concept that many have of God as creator and director of the universe entity.

In reaching this conclusion Michio Kaku used a new technology created in 2005 that allowed him to analyze the behavior of matter at the subatomic scale, relying on a "primitive semi-tachyon radio." Tachyons, of course, are all those hypothetical particles able to move at superluminal speeds, ie, are theoretical particles able to "take off" the matter of the universe or the vacuum contact with it, thus leaving the matter in its purest form, totally free from the influences of the world around them.

According to the physical, observing the behavior of these tachyons in several experiments, concluded that humans lived in a kind of "Matrix", ie, a world governed by laws and principles conceived by a kind of great smart 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," said the scientist.

Michio Kaku added, "analyzing the behavior of matter at the subatomic scale, hit by the pitch radius semi tachyon for the first time in history, a tiny point in space, totally free of any influence of the universe, matter, force, or law, is perceived in an unprecedented way absolute chaos. So, what we call chance no longer makes more sense, because we are in a universe governed by established rules and hazards not determined by universal plane. This means that, in all probability, there is an unknown force that governs everything, "said the scientist".

Michio Kaku added, "Someone did Einstein once the big question: Is there a God? And Einstein replied that, first, to be a scientist you have to specify well what is understood as God. If you understand God as a figure that is prayed, a figure that gives and takes part, then the answer is no. But he believed in a God represented by the order, harmony, beauty, simplicity and elegance, the God of Spinoza. The universe could be chaotic and ugly, but instead is beautiful, simple and governed by simple mathematical rules.

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