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Harmony collapses the wave function

One of the biggest mysteries in physics is how the probability distributions in a quantum process collapse into a single outcome of measurement. How does one formal outcome emerge from all the possibilities? And what happens to all those other … 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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Irreducible chance or irreducible life?

A theoretical quantum physicist sees fundamental reality as consisting of irreducible chance. However, a theologian, believing that an Infinite God is the primal reality and Being, must believe that the universe consists of irreducible life. Quantum physicists view the fundamental … Continue reading

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Collapse of the wavefunction – God’s way!

A big problem that remains for understanding quantum theory is the question of how a specifically determined result comes forth from the quantum world of probabilities. In quantum physics, an electron exists in a bizarre state of both “here” and … Continue reading

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Jacob’s Ladder, Quantum Discontinuity, And The Multi-Leveled Universe

Oh, I’m sorry I left out neuroscience, spiritual causality and holistic process. Unless one has spent a considerable time studying the works of scientist/theologian Emanuel Swedenborg, the account of Jacob’s “ladder” in Genesis comes across as a fanciful dream rather … Continue reading

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Children are close to God

The reason why children are closer to God than most adults is that they are born into the world without knowledge or any pre-conceived notions and biases. So there is nothing in an infant’s mind to obstruct the Lord God … Continue reading

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Is Love more important than Physics?

Nobel Laureate physicist Richard Feynman was once asked by a friend’s mother why physics was important. He told her that physics was not important, only love was. I find great irony in Feynman’s statement. I would have told the friend’s … Continue reading

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Does Faith Threaten Cosmology?

Not only does religion and science disagree about how the universe began, or how life emerged, but they also disagree on how it will all end.  Since most of the debate has focused on creation and evolution I would like … Continue reading

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Will the Hadron Collider usher in the Second Coming?

Since I am writing a book that attempts to unify science and religion, I couldn’t resist weighing in on the huge “atom-smasher” in Switzerland that is being turned on today. It is considered the largest scientific experiment of all time. … Continue reading

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Atheists and Quantum Theory

While I personally do not believe that quantum theory is yet a complete theory, as a philosopher/theologian, I derive some satisfaction in that its implications challenge the ideas of material realists who find no need for there to be a … Continue reading

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