Although this book is about physics, it is required reading for anyone interested in the controversy between creationism and evolutionary theory, because it uses physics to eliminate the rift between science and faith. Physics never intended to do this, but that is the result of now dealing mathematically with entities like the one-dimensional string particle, which is neither measurable nor quantifiable. According to traditional definitions of science such an entity cannot be investigated. The fact that physics is nevertheless proceeding with string theory opens it up to a philosophical criticism of its own foundations. This book argues that certain errors, introduced at the very beginning by Galileo, are ultimately responsible for the present conceptual difficulties. By removing these errors physics itself, in relativity and quantum concepts, has among other things eliminated what has turned out to be a non-sustainable rift between science and faith.
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