Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Can God and Science co-exist?

The Templeton Prize (worth £1 million - believe it or not), awarded each year for contributions to "affirming life's spiritual dimension", has been won by French physicist Bernard d'Espagnat, who has worked on quantum physics with some of the most famous names in modern science. He suggests that the strange behaviour of sub-atomic particles are compatible with a spiratual view of the universe.

There is an article from the BBC about the prize here

And another article from Scientific American here

And finally, the Templeton Prize website is here

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