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Scientific GOD Prize (Part I)

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In the name of our Creator
~ GOD, ALLAH, SHEN, Consciousness ~
who has been spiritually revealed to mankind through out the millennia by its Prophets, Son or other means such as
Moses, Jesus, Muhammad, Buddha, Hinduism, Yi Jing & the Tao
we submitters to truth hereby proclaim the Scientific Revelations of the Creator and establish through Scientific GOD Inc.:

Scientific GOD Prize


Pythagoras ~~ Laozi ~~ Kong Fuzi ~~ Socrates ~~ Plato
Aristotle ~~ Archimedes ~~ Patanjali


Claudius Ptolemaeus ~~ Zhang Heng ~~ Plotinus


Ibn al-Haytham ~~ Ibn Arabi ~~ Muhammad Rumi ~~ Thomas Aquinas


Nicolaus Copernicus ~~ Francis Bacon ~~ Galileo Galilei ~~ Giordano Bruno
Johannes Kepler ~~ Isaac Newton ~~ Leonhard Euler


Dante Alighieri ~~ Leonardo da Vinci

(To be continued)

1 God 1 World, 1 World 1 People & 1 World 1 Dream

On the 11th year of 9/11 Attack & with 11 days to December 21, 2012, let all of us unite & work together under God to start building a New World!

Let us awaken to the Reality that there is 1 Creator Over 1 Creation Who is prompting us to build a New World of:

1 God 1 World; 1 World 1 People; 1 World 1 Dream;

Because we are 1 & ready to transcend!

1 God 1 World shall be:

1 God 1 People; 1 God 1 Unified Spirituality; 1 God 1 Unified Science of God; 1 God 1 Unified Ancient Teachings of God; 1 God 0 Religious Division; 1 God 0 Religious War; 1 God 0 Religious Manipulation.

1 World 1 People shall be:

1 World 1 Family, 1 World 1 Nation; 1 World 1 Constitution; 1 World 1 Government; 1 World 1 Defense; 1 World 1 Emergency System;

1 World 1 People shall further be:

1 World 1 Unified Legal System; 1 World 1 Integrated Economy; 1 World 1 Integrated Finance; 1 World 1 Integrated Education; 1 World 1 Integrated Health System.

1 World 1 Dream means:

Strive to know God Spiritually & Scientifically; Raise our levels of consciousness; Prevent war, violence & climate change; Protect the weak, the poor & the environment;

1 World 1 Dream further means:

Work for peace, happiness & prosperity; Prevent & eliminate hunger & diseases; Advance spirituality, science & technology; Love, care & help each other; Strive for a harmonious Society.

GOD-Believing Nobelists & Great Scientists Part 2 (compiled by Tihomir Dimitrov)


Part IV. Founders of Modern Science Who Believe in GOD (by Tihomir Dimitrov):

This article covers well-documented quotations from the following twenty-one (21) Scientists (17th - 21st Century): Sir Issac Newton, Galileo Galilei, Nicolaus Copernicus, Sir Francis Bacon, Rene DesCartes, Blaise Pascal, Sir Michael Faraday, James C Maxwell, Lord Kelvin (Sir William Thomson), Sir Robert Boyle, Sir William Harvey, John Ray, Gottfried W. Leibniz, Charles Darwin, Ernst Haeckel, Thomas H. Huxley, Sir Joseph J. Thomson, Louis Pasteur, Werner von Braun, and Francis Collins. Founders of Modern Science include the following Nobel Scientists covered in Part I in this issue: Max Planck, Werner Heisenberg, Erwin Schroedinger, Charles Townes, Arthur Schawlow, Richard Smalley, John Eccles, Alexis Carrel, and Joseph Murry. This article also contains a table showing scientific disciplines established by Bible-believing scientists. It furher includes a table showing notable inventions, discoveries and developments by Bible-believng scientists.

Part V. Great Philosophers Who Believe in GOD (by Tihomir Dimitrov)

This article covers well-documented quotations from the following ten (10) Great Philosophers (17th - 21st Century): Immanuel Kant, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Voltaire, David Hume, Benedict de Spinoza, Giordano Bruno, George Berkeley, John S. Mill, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and Richard Swinburne. Nobel Philosophers who believe in GOD include the following Nobel Laureates covered in Part II and Part III: Jean-Paul Sartre, Rudolf Eucken, Albert Schweitzer, and Thomas S. Eliot.

Part VI. Other Religious Nobelists (by Tihomir Dimitrov)

This article lists other religious Nobel Scientists, Nobel Writers and Nobel Peace Laureates.

Part VII. Nobelists, Philosophers and Scientists on Jesus (by Tihomir Dimitrov):

This article covers well-documented quotations from seventeen (17) Nobelists, philosophers and scientists on Jesus.

Part VIII. Recommended Books and Links (by Tihomir Dimitrov):

This article constains recommended books and links.

Bibliography To Part I through Part VIII (by Tihomir Dimitrov):

This article constains bibliography to Part I through Part VIII.

GOD-Believing Nobelists & Great Scientists Part I (compiled by Tihomir Dimitrov)

Introduction to 50 Nobel Laureates and Other Great Scientists Who Believe in GOD (by Tihomir Dimitrov):

This is an introduction to Part I through Part VIII to follow which covers 50 Nobel laureates and other great scientists and philosophers who believe in GOD plus useful books and links.

Part I. 50 Nobel Laureates Who Believe in GOD: Nobel Scientists (1) (by Tihomir Dimitrov):

This article covers well-documented quotations from the following fourteen (14) Nobel scienticists: Albert Einstein, Max Planck, Erwin Schroedinger, Werner Heisenberg, Robert A. Millikan, Charles H. Townes, Arthur Schawlow, William D. Phillips, William H. Bragg, Guglielmo Marconi, Arthur H. Compton, Arno Penzias, Sir Nevill Mott, and Isidor I. Rabi.

Part I. 50 Nobel Laureates Who Believe in GOD: Nobel Scientists (2) (by Tihomir Dimitrov):

This article covers well-documented quotations from the following thirteen (13) Nobel scienticists: Abdus Salam, Antony Hewish, Joseph H. Taylor, Jr., Alexis Carrel, John Eccles, Joseph Murray, Ernst Chain, George Wald, Ronald Ross, Derek Barton, Christian Anfinsen, Walter Kohn, and Richard Smalley.

Part II. 50 Nobel Laureates Who Believe in GOD: Nobel Writers (by Tihomir Dimitrov):

This article covers well-documented quotations from the following eleven (11) Nobel writers: Thomas S. Eliot, Joseph R. Kipling, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Francois Mauriac, Hermann Hesse, Sir Winston Churchill, Jean-Paul Sartre, Sigrid Undset, Sir Rabindranath Tagore, Rudolf Eucken, and Isaac B. Singer.

Part III. 50 Nobel Laureates Who Believe in GOD: Nobel Peace Laureates (by Tihomir Dimitrov):

This article covers well-documented quotations from the following twelve (12) Nobel Peace Laureates: Albert Schweitzer, James E. Carter, Jr., Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Thomas W. Wilson, Frederik de Klerk, Nelson Mandela, Kim Dae-jung, Dag Hammarskjoeld, Martin L. King, Jr.,Adolfo P. Esquivel, Desmond Tutu, and John Raleigh Mott.

11 Prompt: A Higher Calling for a New World

On the 11th year of 9/11 Attack & the approaching Dec. 21, 2012, let all of us unite & work together under GOD to start building a New World so that the victims of 9/11 would not have died in vain! Let us awaken to the Reality that there is 1 Creator Over 1 Creation Who is prompting us to build a New World of 1 God 1 World, 1 World 1 People & 1 World 1 Dream because we are 1 & ready to transcend!

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Nobel Laureate Antony Hewish: GOD Is a Rational Creator (compiled by Tihomir Dimitrov)


1. To the question, “What do you think about the existence of God?” Prof. Hewish replied:

“I believe in God. It makes no sense to me to assume that the Universe and our existence is just a cosmic accident, that life emerged due to random physical processes in an environment which simply happened to have the right properties.

As a Christian I begin to comprehend what life is all about through belief in a Creator, some of whose nature was revealed by a man born about 2000 years ago.” (Hewish 2002a).

2. To the inquiry, “What do you think should be the relationship between science and religion? Why do you think so?” Prof. Hewish gave the following answer:

“I think both science and religion are necessary to understand our relation to the Universe. In principle, Science tells us how everything works, although there are many unsolved problems and I guess there always will be. But science raises questions that it can never answer. Why did the big bang eventually lead to conscious beings who question the purpose of life and the existence of the Universe? This is where religion is necessary.” (Hewish 2002a).

3. To the question, “What is your opinion on the nature of God? Do you think that God is a rational Creator (Designer)?” Prof. Hewish gave the following answer:

“God certainly seems to be a rational Creator. That the entire terrestrial world is made from electrons, protons and neutrons and that a vacuum is filled with virtual particles demands incredible rationality.” (Hewish 2002b).

4. And to the inquiry, “What should be the place of religion in our modern materialistic world?” Antony Hewish replied:

“Religion has a most important role in pointing out that there is more to life than selfish materialism.” (Hewish 2002b).

5. “God is a concept, which I need to cohere my total experience. Christianity comes nearest to the formal expression of this for me. You’ve got to have something other than just scientific laws. More science is not going to answer all the questions that we ask.” (Hewish, as cited in Candid Science IV: Conversations with Famous Physicists by Istvan Hargittai, London, Imperial College Press, 2004, 637).

* Jocelyn Bell Burnell was an important part of the team of astronomers who discovered pulsars in 1967, for which Antony Hewish and Martin Ryle were awarded the 1974 Nobel Prize in Physics. Jocelyn Bell Burnell is a deeply religious Quaker and Professor of Physics.


Scientific Genesis in the Making: Higgs Discovery & the Shadow of God Particle (by Huping Hu & Maoxin Wu)

Scientific God Journal 3(6) celebrates the discovery of Higgs Boson (or Higgs-like particle). Congratulations to CERN, Fermilab, people at LHC, people at Tevatron and all the theoretical and experimental physicists who made this discovery possible over the last 50 years! In the meantime, let us all contemplate what this discovery means and what it has to do with scientific studies of God and be cautious about the new discovery since there are still unsettling issues. After introductions of articles in this issue, we shall focus our attentions on some of the phobic, allergic or even hostile but important issues related to the new discovery. The topics covered includes: Antidote to 20th Century phobia; “higgson” as the name of the new particle; quantum gravity & table top experiments; higgson as the shadow of universal consciousness; and the 2012 phenomena & Dawn of a Brave New World. This Editorial ends with a “mathematical” poem entitled “The Real ‘God Particle’ Please Stand Up.".

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Live Higgs Report on July 4, 2012 & Congratulations - It's a Boson (by Philip E. Gibbs)

This is a live Higgs report from the webcast of CERN Announcement on July 4, 2012 plus viXra unofficial Higgs combinations and my analysis after the announcement. As expected, CERN has happily announced the arrival of a new Boson. The facts are that the boson discovered with a mass of about 125 GeV or 126 GeV interacts with a wide range of particles in exactly the way the Higgs boson should. Its decay modes to Z, W, b and tau have just the right ratios and its production has also been tested in different ways confirming indirectly that its coupling to the top quark is also about right. Its spin could be 0 or 2 but 0 is much more likely. All these features point to the standard model Higgs boson. The only fly in the ointment is its decay rate to two photons. This is nearly twice as large as expected. The significance of the discrepancy with the standard model is about 2.5 sigma.

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Vita Principalis: Road to Single Mathematical Particle (by Dainis Zeps)

Three weeks after announcement of discovery of Higgs particle at LHC we discuss this discovery from the point of view presented previously in (1) in the form of predictions, and from what we had argued before in (2-5). We argue that behind Standard Model there might be another level of discernible reality which we call reference of life (4). We show how we can connect it with the vision in the general sense and vita principalis and how it could be connected with what we discover as mathematics (3). We argue that mathematics is a form of creatio ex nihilo but only in its weak form where the proper agent is the vision or vita principalis.

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How Consciousness Creates Reality (by Claus Janew)

In essence, Steven E. Kaufman’s work shows how self-relational Consciousness produces and interacts with reality. But to appreciate the important work done by Kaufman, one needs to read the whole 325 pages of this Focus Issue of JCER covering his work. Our goals with this Focus Issue are: (1) bring broader awareness of Kaufman’s work by scholars and all genuine truth seekers; and (2) promote scholarly discussions of the same through commentaries and responses to commentaries in the future issues of JCER. In so doing, we hope that all of us may benefit in our endeavor to reach higher Consciousness within ourselves and build a genuine Science of Consciousness.

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Relating the Relational-Matrix Model of Reality to Space-Time and Physical Reality (by Steven E. Kaufman)

This article is a continuation of Kaufman’s work previously published in SGJ Vol. 2, No. 3 (2011), in which work the relational-matrix model was developed and described as a dynamic structure composed of existence involved in a defined set of relations with itself. The purpose of this article is to relate the relational-matrix model, as a dynamic structure, to what we apprehend as space-time by demonstrating that certain fundamental behaviors and aspects of physical reality can be explained in the context of the defined set of relations of existence to itself that were previously described as composing the fundamental structure of reality conceptualized as the relational-matrix. Specifically, within the context of the relational-matrix model, we will account for the following aspects of physical reality: (1) the relationship between space and time, including the basis of temporal relativity, as well as the precise nature of time as a function of the dynamic aspect of the spatial structure; (2) the basis of the speed-of-light constant, including why the frequency and wavelength of electromagnetic radiation are inversely related as a function of that constant; (3) the basis of Planck’s constant, including why the energy associated with electromagnetic radiation exists in discrete amounts, or quanta; (4) the nature of gravitation, including why matter and gravitation are always associated and why gravitation is universally attractive; (5) the equivalence of the gravitational and inertial forces; (6) the relationship between electromagnetic radiation and gravitation; and (7) the nature of energy. Using the relational-matrix model to explain these aspects of the behavior of physical reality will establish a conceptual basis for understanding how physical reality extends from the structure of space. By the end of this article, we will also have established a conceptual basis for understanding why nothing can truly be separated from anything else—i.e., why nothing can be said to exist independent of all other things..

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The Quantum Illusion-like Nature of ‘Reality’ & the Buddhist Doctrine of ‘Two Levels of Reality’ Part I: Deconstructing Reality (by Graham P. Smetham)

The Buddhist metaphysical conceptual analysis of the nature of reality has always been founded upon the basis of a rigorous employment of scrupulously coherent conceptual analysis, which is in turn based upon an empirical observation of experience in a manner appropriate to the time, although one major difference between the empirical attitude of Western science and philosophy during the age of science and that of Buddhism was the Buddhist development of rigorous techniques of meditation in order to explore the structure and nature of consciousness. In this paper I will use the Buddhist philosopher Dharmakirti‘s imaginative deconstruction of reality, in the context of quantum theory, to try to answer the question which seems to be posed by quantum theory: Is 'Reality' really real? In our search for the ultimate nature of reality we have to leave behind the 'seeming' appearances of the everyday world, however persuasive the appearance may be, and break through to a more 'ultimate truth' concerning the nature of reality. We shall discover that Dharmakirti's philosophical analysis, alongside other Buddhist insights, which lead to the 'ultimate' realm of 'empty' Mindnature, prefigures modern quantum discoveries.

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Nobel Laureate Joseph E. Murray: There Is No Conflict between Science & Religion (compiled by Tihomir Dimitrov)


1. In an interview for the National Catholic Register (December 1-7, 1996), Prof. Joseph Murray asserts that there is no conflict between religion and science:

“Is the Church inimical to science? Growing up as a Catholic and a scientist – I don’t see it. One truth is revealed truth, the other is scientific truth. If you really believe that creation is good, there can be no harm in studying science. The more we learn about creation – the way it emerged – it just adds to the glory of God. Personally, I’ve never seen a conflict.” (Murray, as cited in Meyer 1996).

2. “We’re just working with the tools God gave us. There’s no reason that science and religion have to operate in an adversarial relationship. Both come from the same source, the only source of truth – the Creator.” (Murray, as cited in Meyer 1996).

3. In his article “Murray: Surgeon with soul” (Harvard University Gazette, 4 October 2001), John Lenger wrote:

“To Murray, a doctor’s responsibility is to treat each patient as not just a set of symptoms, but as someone with a spirit that can be helped through medical procedures. The title of his autobiography, Surgery of the Soul (Boston Medical Library, 2001), stems from Murray’s spiritually based approach to medicine. Though he has in the past hesitated to talk publicly about his faith, for fear of being lumped in with the televangelist crowd, Murray is deeply religious. ‘Work is a prayer,’ he said, ‘and I start off every morning dedicating it to our Creator. Every day is a prayer – I feel that, and I feel that very strongly.’ ” (Murray, as cited in Lenger 2001).

4. “I think the important thing to realize is how little we know about anything – how flowers unfold, how butterflies migrate. We have to avoid the arrogance of persons on either side of the science-religion divide who feel that they have all the answers. We have to try to use our intellect with humility.” (Murray, as cited in Meyer 1996).

5. “There are a lot of moral problems that my Jesuit training has helped me with. In my own conscience, I’ve never had a conflict between my religious upbringing and my science.” (Murray, as cited in Meyer 1996).

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