Infotheism is a faith-centered thought system that focuses on the information contained by the divine system.
Information is knowledge structured with the addition of meaning. Since information contains coded knowledge, it gains meaning only when interpreted. Many scientists believe that the universal laws of the divine system and the ciphers of quantum information particle codes will be solved in the near future by means of quantum computers.
During the 20th century the intense research on quantum physics, quantum mechanics and quantum information by the world’s foremost scientists has led to wide acceptance that the “information” phenomenon is the universe’s most important foundation stone. According to the classical and quantum information theory, “information is everything,” or in other words, “everything is information.” As I see it, the ‘divine particles’ being studied in the Swiss city of Geneva, within the scope of the CERN Project, may carry within themselves the information concerning God’s universal laws.
Since every beginning has a creator, the creating source of the above-mentioned information is the Creator. All the characteristics of evolution are characteristics shaped with the knowledge of the Creator. We do not know the exact nature of the Creator. And very probably we shall never know. Consequently, we can accept the following rational and scientific assumption: Humanity’s Creator/knowledge of existence is the Creator’s information.
My personal opinion is that the strings of the string theory are like the DNA of the universe, and the carriers of information of the universal laws of the Creator.
According to the string theory, the universe is made up of strings that are the smallest particles of everything. These sub-atomic particles, which are reminiscent of spaghetti, are similar to super-microscopic fibres or threads. Since strings are particles in a constant state of vibration, it is thought that they are the key elements in the transmission of quantum information; however, the string theory is still at the stage of mathematical theory.
Brian Greene, a theoretical physics professor at the University of Columbia in the USA who is known as one of the world’s best string theoreticians, defines string theory in the following way: “According to string theory, there is only one fundamental ingredient – the string – and the wealth of particle species simply reflects the different vibrational patterns that a string can execute. It’s just like what happens with more familiar strings like those on a violin or cello. One cello string can produce a range of different sounds. The strings of string theor behave similary: they too can vibrate in different patterns. But instead of yielding different musical tones, the different vibrational patterns in string theory correnpond to different kinds of particles. Astring vibrating in one particular pattern might have the properties of an electron, while a string vibrating in a different pattern might have the properties of an up-quark, a down-quark, or any of the other particle species. String theory accounts for the messenger particles exactly as it accounts for the matter particles. Namely, each messenger particle is a string that’s executing a particular vibrational pattern. ”
Every string that oscillates and swings at a different frequency results in the shaping of a new material. In clearer terms, strings give rise to quarks, quarks to neutrons and protons, and neutrons and protons to atoms.
The most important aim of the concept of infotheism is to provide a new dimension, in the scientific sense, to the theist faith that supports Abrahamic religions. Apart from theism, the other faiths, independently of whether or not they accept the existence of God, do not have a philosophical or faith-based view that includes God’s universal laws or the ciphers of His ethical codes, and that implies veneration of God. It is for this reason that according to my personal conception of religion, all other faiths apart from the three Abrahamic religions are not “religions” in the traditional sense of the word.
In like manner, I hold that the philosophical or scientific discourses taken as a basis by those denying religion and the existence of God are structured according to “truths” generated by themselves. Notwithstanding the fact that truth is made up of the truths generated in our own mind, the difference between “reality” and "truth” depends on the way a person thinks. While truth is a holistic and all-enveloping concept that comprises perceptional and sentimental elements that are accepted by society at a general level, reality in a way is personal.
Scientific basis represents the ability to know something for sure and to be able to confirm it by experimentation. For this reason, mathematical theory cannot be considered to be definite knowledge, for the acceptance of a theory as knowledge requires confirmation by means of observation of the conclusion reached.
Infotheism is not structured solely on the basis of philosophical views. The concept of infotheism comprises a reasoning suitable to the principles of 21st century philosophy and scientific basis and, and is constructed on the approaches of the concepts of truth and science.
Contrary to the erroneous approaches by atheists concerning the beginning of universe, infotheism terms the creator/reason of existence of the universe,“Creator” and, following the appearance of the first Abrahamic religion, calls the Creator, God.
Another important principle of the infotheistic faith is the belief that the first protozoan, or in other words the first single cell living organism reproducing itself, came to be as a result of the creator’s universal laws. According to this faith, those same laws also initiated the universe’s process of evolution.
As I explain in detail in the book, the classical and quantum information phenomenon, which is the foundation stone of infotheism, is a theory the scientific basis of which, and also of its hypotheses and theses, has been proven. My prediction is that science is incapable of proving the existence of God, in the sense of describing Him, in the present and even in the distant future.
However, the existence of God is certain.
We cannot see God, and we cannot touch Him, but we can perceive Him.
God is a supernatural element, an ‘essence.’ God does not want humanity to see his true nature. And maybe this is for the best.
What we have to do is to internalize His universal laws, regulate our life according to His moral laws and strive for the moment when, at the end of our lives, we will attain Him as an ‘exemplary spiritual being.’
Every living creature will experience death. Death is the end of physical life, but it need not be the end of spiritual life. We say this because we know as certain and scientific knowledge that humanity’s spiritual energy can in no way be destroyed.
Can it be that there is a world of souls, which according to esoteric approaches exists in a layer of the atmosphere, or is a world beyond death called “spatium” by spiritualists, or “ahiret” in Islam? Who knows? It might be that once the CERN project is concluded, and the information concerning God’s universal laws is reached, the knowledge of the other world will be discovered as well.
In summary, the aphorismic meaning of infotheism is that it is God’s information. As for its exact meaning it is a thought and faith system that includes the existence of the Creator and His universal laws, and that is structured on the quantum information phenomenon.
As a passionate follower of the theosophy science, I can say that this synthesis of the infotheism thought or faith, which I have tried to explain within present day scientific principles in this book, is a detailed preliminary presentation.
Following this, it is the duty of all scholars interested in this subject to study, analyze and criticize in detail this faith, and to take it to a higher stage.