The God Theory by Bernard Haisch. San Francisco Surely it is time for all of us scientists to consider returning to God? If reading that first line. John said: In his “God Theory” book, Haisch takes issue with “reductionism”. Bernard Haisch worked on a ground-breaking theory that explains inertia in terms. The God Theory: Universes, Zero-Point Fields, and What’s Behind It All (Book, ) by Bernard Haisch. $ Hardcover. Red Wheel/Weiser imprints include .
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Interesting perspective but turned off by science-hating I love to philosophize about the intersection between science and religion. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
His discussion leads to some fascinating and important corollaries: Our experience is his experience because ultimately thdory are him, that is, immortal spiritual beings, offspring of God, temporarily living haiscu the realm of matter.
So maybe matter resists gd not because it possesses some innate thing called mass as Newton proposed and we all believed, but because the zero-point field exerts a force whenever acceleration takes place. See the Foundations of Physics paper cited below. Haisch, too, says his is “a theory that looks promising, not scientific proof. Fantastic book that attempts to put some science behind what we see as consciousness and the human condition.
Retrieved from ” https: Science today is based on the premises of materialism the belief that reality gos solely of matter and energyreductionism the idea that complex things can be explained by breaking them down into constituent parts and randomness the conviction that all natural processes follow the laws of chance.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Some have even postulated universes right on top of our own, interpenetrating the space we inhabit, supporting their claims with impressive mathematics that invoke, for example, opposite chirality particles and bernarr. After earning his Ph.
This page was last modified on 20 Februaryat On the spiritual side of the discussion, I was puzzled by a few specifics. Discoveries are made by questioning answers. I propose tbeory worldview that offers a way out of the hate and fear-driven violence engulfing the planet. Dec 12, Lee Harmon rated it it was amazing. Overall though, it is a worthy and thought-provoking read.
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Curiosity is, after all, an essential trait of human consciousness. To wit, Newton was right – there is a Bednard – and wrong – this is not merely a material world. Readable and engaging … ways of reconciling science and religion. To ask other readers questions about The God Theoryplease sign up.
This book lays an interesting foundation from which to proceed on an inquiry adventure into life itself. What I cannot accept is fundamentalism in the guise of scientific inquiry. It’s good to know that I enjoyed this book.
Bernard Hirsch is one of just a few accomplished scientists exposing the flaws in a science-only viewpoint. Somewhere between the hardcore reductionists who explain all things as merely the sum of their parts and greet every suggestion of spirituality with a sneer, and the unquestioning faithful who receive their beliefs full-blown from prophets and preachers, lie the skeptical but open-minded hteory thinkers curious to investigate their own nature and purpose in life.
It fails to resolve basic paradoxes — like why bad things happen to good people, and why some are born into privilege and some into starvation and misery. Intersecting wave forms appear to us as gid such as electrons, protons, neutrons and other defined constituents of matter. It is time to move beyond this fundamentalist science model.
The God Theory: Universes, Zero-Point Fields and What’s Behind It All
The something is the spiritual feeling of purpose in human consciousness that makes so many susceptible to religions; the nothing is half-baked pseudoscience parading as Laws of Nature. Well, the only mind I know exists is my own.
His actual theory of god gld its connection with physics is beautiful. My only disappointment in the book is that I finished reading it in less than 24 hours.
Sometimes interesting but overall pretty dissatisfying. See all titles by this author. Books by Bernard Haisch.
Haisch was born in Stuttgart, Germany and earned a Ph.