March 27, 2009

What do you get if you divide science by god?

For those that are considering the widespread release of nanotechnology and the actions of quantum mechanics these nanoparticles create in our ecologies, some interesting reading.

BBC News UK Magazine. What do you get if you divide science by God?

"A prize-winning quantum physicist says a spiritual reality is veiled from us, and science offers a glimpse behind that veil. So how do scientists investigating the fundamental nature of the universe assess any role of God, asks Mark Vernon.

The Templeton Prize, awarded for contributions to "affirming life's spiritual dimension", has been won by French physicist Bernard d'Espagnat, who has worked on quantum physics with some of the most famous names in modern science".

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Hat tip to Rob

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