A new theory from Dr. Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist and proponent of String Field Theory, presents evidence that God created the universe. His new revelation shakes the foundation of scientific community, leading some atheists to believe there is a higher order in the universe.
"To me it is clear that we exist in a plan which is governed by rules that were created, shaped by a universal intelligence and not by chance," Kaku told in Geophilosophical Association of Anthropological and Cultural Studies. He also affirmed that the universe was created by complex rules from a highly intelligent being.
Kaku can prove this theory by examining the particles called primitive semi-radius tachyons. These particles are capable of unsticking matter in the universe or vacuuming the space between matter particles, leaving everything free from any influences of the surrounding universe. In addition, these particles can move faster than the speed of light.
After making tests and scientific studies, Kaku concluded that human beings live in Matrix-like world, referring to the hit 1999 Hollywood action movie.
According to Time, the incredible preciseness of the universe presents the most powerful argument for the existence of God. Studies show there are roughly 200 known parameters necessary for a planet to support life. Each parameter must complement each other, or else life as we know it would not happen.
Live Science said Earth is perfectly placed within the sun's habitable zone. Mars and Venus orbit outside that zone. If Earth's had been just a bit further inside or outside of where it is, humans may likely never have arisen and the planet would be a dry desert like Mars or a gaseous furnace like Venus.
Aside from Kaku, there are also other famous scientists that claim the existence of God.
After years of being silent about the subject, Nobel Prize physicist Stephen Hawking said there might be some form of higher intelligence behind the creation of everything. He went on to say there's "God factor" that was present in the creation process of the universe, and it played a great role in determining the laws of nature. He also added "before we understood science, it was natural to believe that God created the universe, but now science offers a more convincing explanation."
Furthermore, Albert Einstein, one of the most popular scientists of the 20th century, wrote in his 1954 essay that the most beautiful thing in this universe is "the existence of something unfathomable to us." He did not directly say the word "God," but he hinted there is mysterious force that controls all of the things around us.