<div style="font-size: 20px;color: #cb0f3e;">By Eduard Shyfrin </div> From the Bible to miracles, from prayer to modern science, from the relationship of modern science to Judaism, Eduard Shyfrin, author and student of Jewish mysticism, examines these topics through the lens of Kabbalah and quantum physics. This page is in cooperation with Eduard Shyfrin.
The interpretation of miracles and how they are performed is the basis of endless commentary and attempts at scientific explanation.
What is everything made of? This is a question that has inspired discussion and sparked debates between scientists, philosophers, and religious minds since ancient times.
To continue exploring the problem of what Everything is made of, let us consider the description of the process of creation described in Kabbalah.
The author considers it justified to interpret Kabbalah's concept of "light" as information.
Or: Why ten is more than the sum of ten units
The Exodus from Egypt was a crucial event not only in the life of the Jewish people, but for the world as a whole.
The Ten Plagues form a significant part of the story of the Exodus of the Jewish people from Egypt as related in the Torah. Over the centuries, volumes of commentary have been written on this topic
The Almighty can use chaotic systems to govern our reality while hiding from us the very fact that it is being governed.
The existing literature on science and religion often talks about them contradicting each other, or the necessity to reconcile them. I consider this approach wrong.