Worm Hole to Another Universe
Can science be used to explore the claims of religion? This web site concludes at a high level of confidence that God appears to have revealed spiritual truth to the human race. Ideas such as the soul, angels, eternal life, and other beliefs begin to take on meaning. You ask, "How can science be used to make such claims?" The answer comes from the scientific views of Albert Einstein. Join the quest and walk the fine line between the natural world and the spiritual realm using the tools of modern science.
As you look into the facts and common sense findings on this site, you will discover a link between science and religion. To begin, consider the words of these famous scientists.
"Science without religion is lame. Religion without science is blind."
Albert Einstein, German-born US physicist:
"I think there are clearly religious implications whenever you start to
discuss the origins of the universe. There must be religious overtones."
Stephen Hawking, A Brief History of Time
The ideas on this web site come from famous people such as Newton, Einstein, Hubbell, Hawking, and many others. In addition, you will find links to credible web sites at NASA, Harvard, Princeton, Berkeley, Cambridge and many others.
This web site will give you positive insight into many questions that you have about life itself, such as:
- Is the quest for eternal life due to human imagination or is there evidence to support this idea?
- Can we expect to observe supernatural events in the one and only observed universe?
The ideas on this web site are organized into three parts. You will understand the information best if you read each part in sequence.
- The initial part is about science and how science shows that there appears to be more to life than the natural world. However, science by itself does not prove that there is a spiritual level beyond the natural world. You will discover that science lays the foundation that supports God does exist.
- The second part isolates the scientific methods used to analyze world religions. This is the "key" that begins to unlock the interface between science and religion.
- The third part uses the "key" as a method to analyze the religions of Islam and Christianity. Other religions (i.e.. Nostradamus, Judaism . . .) and secular views (atheism, humanism) will be added as the web site develops.
This web page is arranged so you can take a quick overview (only a few minutes) or if you so choose, dig deeper. For example, each major section listed above is broken into additional summary pages with more details as well as links to offsite pages at NASA, the Hubble Space Telescope, Harvard, Berkeley, Cambridge, Rutgers, and other universities. To do a quick overview, please click on the links at the bottom of each page that are entitled, | Quick Overview of Science
| OR | Quick Overview of Religion |. Then if you so choose, you can dig much deeper and find out "why" people of faith have confidence that God does exist and has a personal interest in each of us. Finally, the | Site Map | gives a sequential layout of the entire Web Page. As such, the site map permits you to read the web site as if it were a small booklet from beginning to end.
A good way to get around this site is to use the Site Map, which will give you an overview of the entire. From the Site Map, you can to to any page in the entire web site. (For your information, when math is used at this site, you'll only have to read about the conclusions. But, if you want to review the math, a pop-up link will be available).
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Using Science to Discover "Spiritual Truth"