World renowned physicist Michio Kaku is a major buzzkill for atheists.

Science World Report states,

“Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku, one of the most respected scientists today claimed that he found definitive proof of the existence of God. The information he shared created a great stir in the scientific community simply because of his status as one of the creators and developers of the revolutionary String Theory, which is highly regarded everywhere in the world.

The report on Feroces Mente explained that to come to this conclusion, he made use of what is called as the “primitive semi-radius tachyons,” which are theoretical particles that are capable of unsticking the Universe matter or the vaccum space between particles. They then leave everything free from the influence of the universe that surrounds them.

While working on this theory, Kaku discovered what he says is the evidence that the universe was created by an intelligence rather than by random forces. To put it simply, as stated by Catholic.org, he said that we live in a Matrix-style universe.

“I have concluded that we are in a world made by rules created by an intelligence,” the scientist said. “Believe me, everything that we call chance today won’t make sense anymore. To me it is clear that we exist in a plan which is governed by rules that were created, shaped by a universal intelligence and not by chance.”

Scientists aren’t the only ones who  must be fuming.

It’s become very trendy today to claim to be an atheist. Scorning the idea of our Creator as nothing more than a fairly tale, seems to be a real ego booster. Scoffers seem to feel that not believing in God puts them on a higher plane of intelligence. Or makes them seem more “cool.”

But Kaku is by no means the first scientist to believe in God. He’s in good company with the likes of Einstein, who famously stated, “Science without religion is lame. Religion without science is blind.”

Sir Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz were actually Kabbalists and many attribute some of their findings to have been inspired by study of  the Kabbalah.

Many stubbornly cling to the idea that “seeing is believing.” So maybe they should open their eyes