A subatomic particle discovered last year that may be the long-sought Higgs boson might doom our universe to an unfortunate end, researchers say.
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- I think you've mis-read something; there's not a doubt in my mind that this reality "faults" in the direction of God, not science. History is FULL of examples where science declares something to be so, and the Bible makes no protestations...just the same declarations from when it was first written...and always wins.
It's not faith that's changed; it's science. Science keeps bumping-up against Biblical statements all the time, and scientists seem very uncomfortable when they realize it.
There's no "wrinkle" in time/space left behind that "outs" God as a fraud. But that doesn't stop modern scientists from breaking their necks trying to find it.
For example, get Stellarium, an open-source astronomy program. Run the clock back to 0006, some time in April, I think. You'll see Jupiter passing through Antares, the very signal seen by the Persians, telling them a new king was born in Israel. It's not a Christian program...it wasn't even set up to expose this bit of information...but historically it's correct.Feb 20, 2013
- Issac Newton was a devout believer in God and is considered to be the Father of Physics.Feb 20, 2013
- The Higgs boson/field in theory give matter, mass. Assuming you project this to it's logical engineering application you could manipulate the mass of a space craft. The less mass the object is the less energy is needed to accelerate it up to the desired velocity. Can you Trekies say Warp Field..... No telling if this could cause other problems but that's the logic.Feb 21, 2013
Enjoy your God of the ever decreasing Gaps. Go ahead and be enthralled that a book of propaganda written in antiquity actually got a few moments in antiquity down correctly.Feb 21, 2013
- The science of reality vs mythology?Feb 21, 2013
- Narrow minded, intolerant atheism. As bad as Taliban.Feb 22, 2013