The God Test: An Experiment to Prove or Disprove God Exists

Be privy to the test developed by a Harvard/MIT scientist before it begins--targeted to determine whether a unique feature of our consciousness can or cannot ever in principle be described/explained by natural laws. This is a natural setting for an amicable tug of war between Atheists and Christians. It is based in mainstream neuroscience and synthetic biology, not spiritualism or creationism. More

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About Robert Bernhard

Robert Bernhard's 40-year+ career in the sciences includes working at Harvard's Computational Laboratory, MIT's Instrumentation Lab, The Monrobot Laboratory, the ITT (International Telephone and Telegraph) labs, the Grumman Aircraft Research Department, the Molecular Biology Department at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, and the Medical Education Division at Excerpta Medica (a division of Elsevier). He has worked as editor at IEEE Spectrum, Nucleonics Weekly, and Drug Therapy, and editor-in-chief at Emergency Medicine magazine. He has published numerous papers in peer-reviewed academic journals, including "Correlation Waves in Brain-Like Structures" (Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics), "Chemical Homologue of Freud's Model" (Psychoanalytic Quarterly), "A Kinetic Model of Memory" and "Irreversible Thermodynamics in Biology" (Journal of Theoretical Biology), and "Adrenoreceptors and the Anxiolytic Effects of Risperidone (The AMA Journal of Neuroscience and Neuropsychiatry). He received the 1980 Communicator of the Year Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, published two novels, a short computer networking textbook, and played Crimson Tide football (both ways) from 1950–1952.
· · ·He has lectured on software simulations of neoronal networks in the brain, artificially intelligent neural nets, and applications of quantum mechanics methods in neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, the Johnson Research Foundation of the University of Pennsylvania, the International Federation of Information Processing Societies Congress (Munich, 1964), the Conference on Engineering in Biology (Chicago), and Queens College of the City University of New York.
· · ·He is listed in American Men of Science (Cattel), and The Bioelectronics Directory (Texas Christian University).

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