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Scientific Evidence For A Supernatural World

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 3, 2001 12:37:25 UTC

If there were solid evidence for the existense of a god or gods, then belief would not be necessary. It would be a know fact. That is why people are now free to believe in god or not.

However, there is solid evidence both in theory and in observation that another world exists that is only connmected to us by gravity. The theory is Witten's M theory which when compactified from 11 to 10 dimensions results in 2 worlds connected by the compactified dimension and gravity. One is ours and it is "believed" by physicists that the other is Dark Matter, which has been inferred to exist by astronomical observations and gravitational theory.

If the other world is populated by a superfluid of axions, then it would have the same supernatural properties as known superfluids like Helium at absolute zero. If so, then it is scientificly correct to refer to the other world as supernatural. The semantics may be a stretch, but the theory and the observations are not.

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