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What does God think of Einstein and Schrodinger?

For one thing, the Lord God doesn’t care much about their cognitive theories in physics. (General relativity and quantum theory are at odds with each other in a universe that is profoundly unified.) Worse, God is even less happy about … Continue reading

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The problem with time travel

The first big problem is that “time” still remains a big mystery to today’s physicists. Unlike every other process in physics, which theoretically can be reversed, time seems to be stubborn in its directionality or one-way-ness. The reason for this … Continue reading

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Way, way beyond Einstein!

Einstein stunned the world with his theory of relativity, which showed that the faster one moved through space, the slower time proceeded.  When one moved faster, the geometry of space accommodated itself to this unique dynamical law. I remember a … Continue reading

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Love and Mathematics

It would seem to most people that love and mathematics have nothing to do with each other. But scientist/theologian Emanuel Swedenborg, who had a great passion for mathematics as a lawful tool to understand the mind of God, saw that … Continue reading

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God, curvature and the properties of space

It was the nineteenth century mathematician Georg Friedrich Riemann who came up with the insight that the properties of space were outcomes of its curvature. This new vision of geometry in physics allowed Einstein to develop his own theories of … Continue reading

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The science of all sciences!

According to scientist/theologian Emanuel Swedenborg, the knowledge of correspondences represents both angelic wisdom and the science of all sciences. In my new book Proving God I attempt to show why he was correct. In a nutshell, the science of correspondences … Continue reading

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Swedenborg, Einstein and Heisenberg

Once upon a time Albert Einstein, Werner Heisenberg and Emanuel Swedenborg were brought back from the dead to discuss their ideas about fundamental reality. Einstein bragged that he overthrew Newton’s idea that time was simply matter repeating itself. “Matter,” he … Continue reading

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Time flies when you’re having fun!

We have all experienced happy events that seemed to come and go in a flash. Whereas, dull or painful events in our lives seem to stretch out for unbearable periods of time and last “forever.” Einstein’s relativity theory demonstrated the … Continue reading

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David Bohm, Implicate Order, and Biblical Interpretation

Physicist David Bohm (who is no longer with us) sided with Einstein in evaluating quantum physics as an incomplete theory. He could not embrace the idea that fundamental reality consisted of irreducible chance. Bohm formulated his own version of quantum … Continue reading

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“Religion without science is blind.”

In my previous post I discussed the first half of Einstein’s famous quote “Science without religion is lame.” As promised, I will now address the second part of his quote “Religion without science is blind.” What this means is that … Continue reading

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