a) Arthur A. Caplan, Professor of Bioethics and Director of the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania
b) Gregory John Chaitin, Federal University, Rio de Janeiro
c) Christoph Benzmüller, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, FU Berlin, Germany & CSLI/Cordula Hall, Stanford University, CA, USA
d) Bruno Woltzenlogel Paleo, College of Engineering and Science, ANU, Canberra, Australia
e) Dr. T. D. Singh, Founder-Director, Bhaktivedanta Institute, Kolkata, India
2) Brief Description about the book
It is our great pleasure to bring forth this ninth volume of our journal Savijïänam — Scientific Exploration for a Spiritual Paradigm. The articles featured in this volume are thought provoking as they address various challenging questions for humanity such as: bioethical issues; the prospect of an algorithm behind this world, if there is any; Can existence of God be proven?; and the source of mysteries and mysticism arounnd us.
“The Journal is the right venture at the right time. This is truly the need of the moment” – Dr. Sadasiva Bital, Orissa
“I just cannot describe the joy I got every time I read through the pages of any of the articles published therein.” – Prof. Anil Moharir, IIT Delhi
“Will enormously benefit the readers.” – Dr. K. S. Virbhadra, Relativistic Astrophysicist, Duke, USA
“Feel compelled to re-read many articles.” – Dr. Daulat Patil, Lawrence Berkeley Lab, Berkeley, CA, USA
4) Topics Covered
Bioethics, Leibniz: characteristica universalis, calculus ratiocinator, Cantor: Infinite Sets, Bertrand Russell: mathematics is full of contradictions; David Hilbert: mathematics is a formal axiomatic theory; Godel, 1931 — Turing, 1936; Universal Turing Machines; Godel’s ontological proof of God; Quantum World; Mysticism in Imaginary Numbers; Mystery behind Physical Constants; Mystery in Biological Systems; Mystery of Time; Mystery behind Scientific Discoveries — The role of inspiration and intuition in scientific discoveries; Mysticism in Religion
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