Recently, science researchers conducted experiments showing that things can indeed travel faster than the speed of light. This was accomplished with subatomic particles called neutrinos (before this, similar findings had been made with photons).
If substantiated by other researchers, this will be big news because it challenges Einstein’s famous theory that the speed of light is a Cosmological Constant—nature’s cosmic speed limit (so nothing can travel faster). This point of view is central to modern physics.
I find this news delightful, but not unexpected, since scientist/theologian Emanuel Swedenborg had already maintained that faster than light velocities existed in the universe—way back in 1719—in his book, On Tremulation.
I have been studying Swedenborg’s unique ideas for over thirty-five years. One of the major points I make in my most recent book, Proving God, is that modern science is still catching up to Swedenborg’s vast scientific disclosures.
Whether one is willing to embrace Swedenborg’s thinking or not, because of this newest discovery of faster than light travel, contemporary scientists may well be faced with seriously re-evaluating their current models of reality and challenged to explore all new paradigms.
My book has already explored this exciting new direction. It is exciting because the book explores new ideas that are broad enough to portray God’s purposeful activity within a lawful, rational, and scientific framework!
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