Greg’s Note: One of the most thought provoking videos I’ve ever posted…

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It’s The Collapse Of Physics As We Know it

 

Math professor and author of The Faith Equation: Mathematical Evidence for Christianity, Dr. Marvin Bittinger, posted his thoughts on this video and I thought I would share his comment with everyone:

A few thoughts on the video above. I have a great deal of confidence in what Michio Kaku has to say. Yes, there is a “paradox” in physics between the theory of gravity, which applies to big objects, and the theory of quantum mechanics which applies to the very small objects (See the discussion on p. 205 of The Faith Equation). But, I do not think that “physics has collapsed.” For now, it is just caught in the mystery of this paradox (Much like in the Christian faith, we are caught in the mysteries of many kinds of paradox). I have faith that in time the mathematics and the physics will resolve the paradox.

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5 Comments

  1. dschram

    This video doesn’t even mention string theory, which is suppose to cover everything in physics, both the extremely small (quantum physics) and the very large (general relativity). One theory to “rule them all”.

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  2. DrBittinger

    A few thoughts on the video above. I have a great deal of confidence in what Michio Kaku has to say. Yes, there
    is a “paradox” in physics between the theory of gravity, which applies to big objects, and the theory of quantum mechanics which applies to the very small objects (See the discussion on p. 205 of The Faith Equation).
    But, I do not think that “physics has collapsed.” For now, it is just caught in the mystery of this paradox (Much like in the Christian faith, we are caught in the mysteries of many kinds of paradox). I have faith that in time the mathematics and the physics will resolve the paradox.

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  3. Hermonta Godwin

    This is not a paradox. GR implies that one can have infinite mass in no space. That is just incoherent. That is equivalent to saying that nothing weighs something. No matter what other theory you add to that, it will still be incoherent.

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  4. Michele Marshall

    I like Michio Kaku’s remark, “Nature is smarter than we are!”

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  5. D L Williams

    “r” appears in the denominator on numerous occasions in Physics. It is not a disaster. Take the hydrogen atom for example. The electronic spectrum is modeled EXCELLENTLY with a wave function, but this wave function seems to suggest that the electron is most probably found at r = 0, i.e. “in the nucleus”. This is a problem until one takes into account that the volume available also goes to zero as r goes to zero.
    Leaving the volume element out of the equation leads one to make some seriously misleading claims. This came to mind as I was watching this physicist talk about what happens “at the EXACT center” (r = 0) of a black hole.

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