An Inductive Proof for God’s Existence II By Anthony J. Fejfar, J.D., B.A., Esq., Coif © Copyright 2008 by Anthony J.

Fejfar I am presenting an interesting proof for God’s existence. I am going to use basic Quantum Physics to construct my proof. One of the aspect of Quantum Physics is Quantum Indeterminacy. The physicist Heisenberg set forth a scientific theory which states that with respect to any subatomic particle the speed of the particle and the location of the particle cannot be known at the same time. One experiment using one type of measuring device shows speed but not location, while another shows location but not speed. Thus, it is argued that the meaning framework that a person bring to the “Quantum Field” physically affects the reality of the Quantum Field itself. Thus, Quantum Physicists argue that objectivity is only possible it there exists a “Universal Observer” who can see all possible “meanings” of a Quantum Event at the same time. Now, I would like to argue that God is omniscient in the sense that Cardinal Nicholas of Cusa argued, that is God is omniscient because God has an infinite number of views of everything in existence (including all Quantum Events) Thus, if one can place oneself in a place where the person is “One with God”, then contrary to assertions of atheists and logical positivists, the person becomes more Objective not less. This is of course the view of Thomism. Now, a corollary to all of this is that the foregoing implicitly suggests that there is an inductive proof for God’s existence. The proof is as follows:

1. Many persons experience themselves or others as being objective thinkers. 2. Quantum Physics states that objectivity can only exist if there is someone who is a “Universal Observer. 3. Therefore a Universal Observer must exist. 4. The Universal Observer is the Omniscient God.