Does The 'God Particle' Disprove God?

10:10 AM James 8 Comments

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  1. Glad you exist, James. :) Thanks for writing this up. It was fascinating. I wish more Christians felt free to celebrate science for what it is. It is great that you are able to point believers in this direction, and away from demonizing the achievements of scientists. Keep on writing, and write more often! :)

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  2. This discovery, and Christians reactions to it, makes me think of Proverbs 25:2. "It is the glory of God to conceal things, but the glory of kings is to search things out." God intends us to explore his creation. That's why it's there.

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  3. Albert Einstein’s quip that God “doesn’t play dice with the world

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  4. Leon Lederman actually wanted to call it the "God Damned Particle", but his publisher changed it. And thus two decades of pointless hand-wringing and debate ensued. I think those publishers knew what they were doing.

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  5. Ha! I agree! "The God Particle" sells better, and unfortunately causes more confusion. Thanks for your comments!

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  6. Higg Particle discovery does not prove the creation of te universe in itself, just how elegant the interactions of the fundamental building blocks of our universe occur to give shape to evererything that surround us including ourselves.
    The creation of the universe remains something so conceiled that even mathematics does not work on the very begginings of the creation of the universe, it is the famous singularity that occurs in the study of the BigBang, equations at that state just blow apart and the secrets of creation remains only not reachable by humble human beings.

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