For scientific minds, religious subjects may seem ridiculous. But when they are considered by a scientist, it feels unusual.
Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku claims to have created a theory that may point to the existence of God. The information created uproar in the scientific community.
To to come to his conclusions, the physicist made use of what he calls “primitive semi – radius tachyons “.
Tachyons are theoretical particles capable to “unstick ” the Universe matter or vacuum space between matter particles, leaving everything free from the influences of the surrounding universe.
A tachyon /ˈtæki.ɒn/ or tachyonic particle is a hypothetical particle that always moves faster than light. The word comes from the Greek: ταχύς or tachys, meaning “swift, quick, fast, rapid”, and was coined by Gerald Feinberg. Most physicists think that faster-than-light particles cannot exist because they are not consistent with the known laws of physics. If such particles did exist, they could be used to build a tachyonic antitelephone and send signals faster than light, which (according to special relativity) would lead to violations of causality. Potentially consistent theories that allow faster-than-light particles include those that break Lorentz invariance, the symmetry underlying special relativity, so that the speed of light is not a barrier. (See: Wikipedia/tachyon).
Although the technology to detect the true tachyon particles is still far from being achieved and despite theoretical arguments against the existence of faster-than-light particle, experiments have been conducted to search for them.
The semi – ray used by Kaku, has a few theoretical properties of these particles which are able to create the effect of the real tachyon as it is hypothesized. However, this does not work on a subatomic scale.
After conducting the tests, Kaku came to the conclusion that we live in a “Matrix”.
“I have concluded that we are in a world made by rules created by an intelligence”, he affirmed. “Believe me, everything that we call chance today won’t make sense anymore.”
And he added:
“To me it is clear that we exists in a plan which is governed by rules that were created, shaped by a universal intelligence and not by chance.”
However, Kaku’s tests and conclusions have triggered a scientific debate as scholars argue that no scientific evidence for the actual existence of such particles has ever been found.