Michio Kaku on God

April 30th, 2009

Dr. Michio Kaku dishes on spirituality, Einstein, and God in this latest installment of our interview. Distributed by Tubemogul.

4 Responses to “Michio Kaku on God”

  1. Aj on May 8, 2009 7:35 pm

    Spiritual I can accept as separated from superstition, although no definition is ever settled on. Using the word ‘god’ to mean order not a supreme consciouness is a bad idea, but I get it. Souls? You have lost me there.

  2. Successful Researcher: How to Become One on May 21, 2009 4:34 pm

    Thanks for sharing the link!

  3. Mike Magee on November 7, 2009 8:29 am

    Good morning Dr. Sandford,
    I struggle with Dr. Kaku’s assertion that he has defined who God is. You both discussed that you can easily place theories on small pieces of paper; I will not pretend to fully understand the theories. I do understand that theories are theories and they must be tested, and in most cases, are incomplete. I don’t have a theory; I just look around and see completeness. Everything in nature works and works perfectly. I stand back and look in awe of the complex workings involved in the smallest systems.
    After we fill our brains with knowledge and achieve high status in the science community, is it okay to just believe without a tried and tested law?
    Thanks for listening, Mike Magee

  4. Mike on January 6, 2010 7:51 pm

    Hmmmm, maybe…

    At the most fundamental level everything is static. This static then splits itself infinitely (Why? How? It just does…I don’t know, that’s the mystery of it all). The split then makes possible this dynamic universe in which very diverse experiences are possible.

    The point being, at the most fundamental scientific level everything is exactly the same. There is no reason to oppose or hurt anyone or anything.

    Yah? No? Maybe? Who knows. Sounds crazy to me.

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