When the so-called “God particle” was found by scientists in Switzerland – at a cost of some 10 billion euros – there was great excitement, as if we were somehow closer to finding the meaning of the existence of the universe and proof of the existence of God. Of course, that particle has nothing to do with the essence of God. Indeed, there is no way science can prove or disprove God’s existence. The truth is that if we were to spend twice as much money it would still not be possible to come up with such a proof. Remember how when the Soviets sent men into space they proclaimed that they had not found God there and that therefore their atheistic doctrine was correct? It is reasonable to believe that there is a God, but it is not provable scientifically.