Scientific Theories Cannot Prove that God Exists

Scientific Theories Cannot Prove the Existence of GodNews Report (translated from “Polish priest proves the existence of G-d.” 72-year old priest and mathematician Michael Heller has been awarded the world’s largest scientific prize for his work that indirectly proves the existence of G-d. Father Heller’s theories not only contain a proof of G-d’s existence, but also cast doubt on the existence of the corporeal world around us.

Father Heller has developed a complex formula that is able to explain everything, even randomness, through mathematical calculations. Previously, German researchers conducted a series of mathematical calculations showing that the probability of God’s existence is 62%.

My Answer:
As usual, the mass media presents inaccurate information due to insufficient understanding of the subject: a theory cannot serve as proof. Proof can come only from a clear sensation, as well as the ability to repeat this sensation and to compare it with what others perceive. In other words, it must abide by the rule, “A judge has no more than what his eyes can see.”

Only the wisdom of Kabbalah enables man to reveal the Upper World or the Creator with such clarity. That’s because Kabbalah creates new qualities in man that are equal to Creator’s qualities, and then one perceives the Creator inside these qualities, according to the law of equivalence of form.

Everything else is like playing hide-and-seek in a dark room – instead of relying on clear sensations, people play around with numbers and philosophize using the earthly logic.

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  1. This hits home on a fundamental issue in mathematics.

    The error of the “self-evident” axioms that belied the universality of Euclidean geometry has plagued mathematics even into the modern error with mathematics plagued by how to handle what it can’t–infinity. [The ultimate bottom line being “the axiom choice,” that has separated mathematics into the physically real constructive (the eyes see) and the nonconstructive (the mind imagines).]

    This really was understood well by the great 20th-century mathematician –father of the revolutionary “Incompleteness Theorem” and close colleague of Albert Einstein) Kurt Gödel. Concerning his theorem, he explained his breakthrough being the realization that logic and truth were not the same things.

    Further, he had already understood through his study of mathematician/philosopher Bertram Russell’s views, that:

    “The analogy between mathematics and a natural science is enlarged upon by Russell also in another respect… axioms need not be evident in themselves, but rather their justification lies (exactly as in physics) in the fact that they make it possible for these “sense perceptions” to be deduced… I think that… this view has been largely justified by subsequent developments, and it is to be expected that it will be still more so in the future. It has turned out that the solution of certain arithmetical problems requires the use of assumptions essentially transcending arithmetic… ”

    — Gödel, K. (1964). Russell’s mathematical logic, and What is Cantor’s continuum problem?, in Philosophy of Mathematics, P. Benacerraf and H. Putnam (eds.), Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, pp. 211-232, 258-273. [Cited:

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