The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

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July 5, 2014

Our Readers Speak— Saturday, July 5, 2014

Science makes case for God at center

In a recent letter, Lonnie Bailey said science is pushing God to the edge of the universe. I would have to say that I differ with him on this.

I find science is only demonstrating that God is central to the universe. Other than the Anthropic principle, Boltzmann Brain Paradox, there is the quantum wave collapse that supports the existence of God.

In 2007, Robert Lanza, a scientist in regenerative medicine and biology, postulated Biocentrism, which proposes life creates the universe and not the other way around. Lanza’s idea may seem preposterous, but given the scientific evidence, to him, this seems like a logical conclusion.

I would contend that Lanza being a scientist must look for a more natural explanation for the scientific observations made. I would say instead of a biocentric universe, the most likely explanation for the observations is a God-centric universe.

Albert Casne


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