Shock!!! Scientists Claim To Have Proof Of God

 The debate of whether  science trumps intelligent design or God exist,  has been the subject of heated debate. After all There is a deep meaning of life …right?? Or maybe   we were a cosmic accident created from the primordial ooze all by a lucky long shot ? Well finally science has added fuel to the fire as  s cientists Claim To Have Proof Of God.

The Science 

Two computer scientists say they proved that there is a holy supreme force after confirming the equations. In 1978, mathematician Kurt Gödel died and left behind a long and complex theory based on modal logic. Dr Gödel’s model uses  extremely complicated mathematical equations  .  In  essence it states  is that no greater power than God can be conceived. If God  is believed as a concept then he or she can exist in reality.

 Dr Gödel  equations:

“Ax. 1. {P(φ)∧◻∀x[φ(x)→ψ(x)]} →P(ψ)Ax. 2.P(¬φ)↔¬P(φ)Th. 1.P(φ)→◊∃x[φ(x)]Df. 1.G(x)⟺∀φ[P(φ)→φ(x)]Ax. 3.P(G)Th.  

2.◊∃xG(x)Df. 2.φ ess x⟺φ(x)∧∀ψ{ψ(x)→◻∀y[φ(y)→ψ(y)]}Ax. 4.P(φ)→◻P(φ)Th.

3.G(x)→G ess xDf. 3.E(x)⟺∀φ[φ ess x→◻∃yφ(y)]Ax. 5.P(E)Th.


You get it, right? Two computer scientists have used computers to run such complicated equations  which they say confirms that the equation does indeed add up. The point of the researchers’ argument was that they were not directly trying to prove the existence of God.  The experiment was done  to showcase the power of computers.

 Christoph Benzmüller of Berlin’s Free University, told Spiegel Online: “It’s  amazing that from this argument led by Gödel, all these things can be proven automatically in a few seconds or even less on a standard notebook. “I didn’t know it would create such a huge public interest but [Gödel’s ontological proof] was definitely a better example than something inaccessible in mathematics or artificial intelligence… “It’s a very small, crisp thing, we are just dealing with six axioms in a little theorem.“There might be other things that use similar logic.”


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