Science demands proof for what it believes. But there is something that scientists believe without proof, and that cannot be proved: the central doctrine of science.
Adam Reynolds studied physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and, even though he meandered out of physics as avocation, he wasn't able to find his way out of the labyrinthine hallways of MIT. He's still there, serving as one of MIT's chaplains where his chief interest as a chaplain is bolstering the spiritual health of the community by promoting self-awareness, spiritual exploration, emotional literacy, self-care and relationship-building through interfaith dialogue. Adam also loves helping students find integration and harmony between science and spirituality. Happily, working with MIT students, he is frequently able to geek out in conversations about cosmology, chemistry and quantum computing.