When she awoke from her coma after suffering a brain aneurysm, Anne Strieber received a series of powerful messages, one of them being “God is a mathematical formula,” and explains the concept as "a kind of living probability theory" in her novel on her near death experience, Miraculous Journey. And it would also appear that CUNY theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku has come to the same conclusion, which he outlines in his Big Think video blog titled Math is the Mind of God. In it, he recounts a brief history of the relationship between mathematics and physics, from Newton through String Theory. Kaku concludes that the holy grail of physics would be the discovery of an equation that would unify all of the theories in physics, and "to allow us to read the mind of God."

"But you see, all of this is pure mathematics, and so the final resolution could be that God is a mathematician," referring to the supersymetry equations that evolved from the mathematics that went into creating string theory, a theory that may very well help unify the otherwise disparate theories in physics. He continues the analogy, equating these theoretical strings with musical instruments, "The mind of God, we believe, is cosmic music, the music of strings resonating through 11 dimensional hyperspace. That is the mind of God."

Dr. Kaku’s belief in God stems from an experiment that he conducted that employed what he refers to as "primitive semi – radius tachyons", theoretical particles that travel faster than the speed of light. The behavior of the particles produced an unexpected result, prompting Dr. Kaku to come believe that we live in some sort of constructed matrix, the product of an intelligent mind: “I have concluded that we are in a world made by rules created by an intelligence. Believe me, everything that we call chance today won’t make sense anymore.”

Dr. Kaku goes on to say that “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,” a belief he shares with his famed predecessor, Albert Einstein.