When I was in high school, I was an atheist. To me, God was a product of ignorance, due to lack of scientific knowledge. If people understood natural laws as well as physicists, they would not believe the existence of God. At that time, I did not know that most great physicists were God's believers, such as Newton, Kepler, Planck, Heisenberg and Einstein.
Being an atheist made me search for the truth deeper than a conformist catholic or a christian. I felt that there must be a God who had been guiding me, otherwise some events that had happened to me would not be so coincidental.
The existence of God was so real that I had been wondering: where could God be? why couldn't we see Him? how come modern technology could not detect God? Since I was deep into physics, I believed that all natural phenomena should have a physical explanation. If God really exists, these questions can be answered in terms of physical law. However, I did not know where or how to find the scientific answer. It might be impossible to know the answer at all.
I happened to read an article about string theory. My fascination with theoretical physics, led me to great interest in our universe - especially new concepts. The string theory just offered a completely new concept about our universe. After I read that article, I was thrilled. This must be it! God must be there! He could be only a centimeter away from us without being detected. Physicists have discovered the mechanism that prevents us from seeing the Kingdom of God!
The string theory has been developed for several decades, with a goal to become "the theory of everything", that is, to unify all four fundamental forces - gravity, electromagnetism, strong and weak nuclear forces. A revolutionary discovery of the theory is that the whole universe should have nine or ten dimensions of space, instead of three dimensions (length, width and height). Then, why do we see only three dimensions? In the earlier version of the string theory, it was assumed that those extra dimensions were too small to be observed. Thus, the whole universe is essentially the same as the 3D world. If this were true, there would be no place for God. Fortunately, a few years before 2000, researchers began to realize that those extra dimensions could be as large as the ordinary three dimensions. The reason why we cannot see extra dimensions is because all matter and electromagnetic waves (photons) are confined in a three dimensional sub-universe called "braneworld".
At present, the major agent we use to see or detect things is the electromagnetic waves which include radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, and x-ray. Since the electromagnetic waves are confined in our braneworld, this immediately explains why we cannot detect God if He lives outside our braneworld. The relationship between our braneworld (three dimensional) and the whole universe (ten dimensional) is like a flat (two dimensional) TV screen in our house (three dimensional). Suppose there is a creature confined on the TV screen, he cannot see us even if we are only a centimeter away from him. Similarly, if God lives in the ten dimensional space but outside our braneworld, we cannot see Him even if He is only a centimeter away from us.
“Treating others with love does not necessarily mean allowing others to do as they wish.”
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
In the last deluge (the biblical one, the last of three), fleeing Atlanteans brought with them an accurate calendar based on the movements of the universe (This knowledge was handed down to them by the heavenly Gods who implanted life on this planet). The exodus from the sinking continent of Atlantis brought about the establishment of the egyptian civilization, some became the Mayans, among many others. (We are of Lemurian origins by the way).The calendars became well known as the Mayan calendars (The egyptian version is yet to be deciphered in its entirety). These expansive calendars spanning up to 12,000 years ahead of their time, complete with daily up-to-date “predictions” abruptly ends on December 21, 2012. Beyond this date, there’s nothing...