So recently I came across a Physics theory called the uncertainty principle. In short, it states that the position and momentum of any particle cannot be known simultaneously without some uncertainty. This is because through observation we interfere with its state of motion at that point in time. This in turn has the 'outcome' that all particles move randomly in space without cause. (Note: this is according to the study of quantum physics, hence in only applies to very small particles).
Scientists use this as proof that God doesn't exist! Since these particles move randomly, then the universe must have come about by chance - also, if God exists, and He causes all things why would He do things randomly?
Personally, I think that scientists over history have jumped to all sorts of funny conclusions because they were missing information, or because they didn't have a means of accurate measurement. Einstein said that we must be missing some information, I think he might be right. :)
Does the church have a stance on this phenomenon? Has anyone come across it in the Coptic Church?
Any personal views on the subject?
Thanks in Advance!
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