Scientific insights verify GOD's existence

PSYCHO-SCIENTIFIC FRONTIERS Selected publications from a variety of subjects of psycho-scientific research. Editor: Rolf Linnemann (Certificated Engineer) * Steinweg 3b * 32108 Bad Salzuflen * Tel. (05222) 6558 Internet : E-Mail : Translator’s email: Thoughts and research results based on physics Title : Scientific insights verify God’s existence Author : Bachelor of Science in Physics, Lilo Haslinger Preface Our knowledge is piecework. The sciences based on experience that we practise are far from being completed and we know in advance that new disciplines will be added in the future. We can therefore presently not come to the conclusion that our philosophy, our view of the world, is somehow finalised. This is particularly not the case because the most important natural phenomena required to base our view of the world on, remain chiefly dark and enigmatic. Astronomy encompasses the largest sector and it has experienced the greatest development, but insights into merely external natural phenomena have little impact from a philosophical point of view and the sight of the stars give us only impressions that remain stuck in our sphere of feelings to a lesser or higher degree, because the world still remains a large question mark. If we restrict our view to our Earth,our plight is just the same. Things within mineralogy for instance are relatively clear, but we cannot draw philosophical conclusions from them. Biology on the other hand, it is incomparably more important, teems with enigmas. Human beings, the highest form of all natural facts, are altogether the greatest enigma. They are not even quite comprehensible from their physiological side; their psychology, it deals with the highest functions, is very much a battleground of opinions that present quite opposing definitions of what human beings are all about. Some see us as a heap of chemicals, whilst others see us as an emanation of God. The fate of all of philosophy does therefore virtually depend on psychology; as human beings can only be sufficiently explained through their highest apparitions, we find that this also applies to nature’s highest apparitions which in turn suggest that human beings connote the bloom of Mother Nature we are familiar with. Therefore, a philosopher interested in metaphysics without giving justice to psychology, would be akin to a botanist who would ignore the fruit of a fruit tree when describing a tree. The facts of nature are indeed not equal when it comes to explaining the world and the more important they are, the darker they unfortunately are. We must therefore adjourn our attempts to