What scientists really believe
I’ve just copied and posted one of the most significant statements ever seen at this site. It comes from the well-known physicist Michio Kaku, who in the clearest possible language confirms that the science community does indeed believe that the Higgs boson is the God Particle, the thing that created the universe. Kaku’s statement blasts to smithereens the “good cop / bad cop” excuses we’ve heard to the effect that the idea of the Higgs boson being the “God Particle” was invented and spread by the media, and that scientists reject it, and therefore it’s off-base to attack the hype surrounding the discovery, since the scientists have nothing to do with the hype, they are just engaging in science. No. The truth is that the scientists—who are all adherents of the materialist ideology of scientism—do really believe that they have found, in a sub-atomic particle, the ultimate source of existence.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at July 06, 2012 05:42 PM | Send