The integration of natural science and spirituality is accomplished by putting consciousness into the equations of the quantized relativistic model of reality. This approach, with a quantum calculus based on the precise empirical data provided by the Large Hadron Collider, leads to the discovery of gimmel, the non-physical third form that must exist in addition to mass and energy, in order for there to be a stable universe.
Monday, July 25, 2016
THINK FOR YOURSELF
DOES IT MEAN TO THINK FOR YOURSELF?
I just read a National Geographic article about how
science is redefining death:
I found the comments following the
article more interesting than the article itself. Readers labeled it everything
from “beautiful” and “inspiring” to “pseudoscience” and “crap”. Most of the
comments say a lot more about the people who wrote them than they say about the
article. My advice, especially to the non-scientist is take time to think a little before commenting on an article like
this, and judge not, lest ye be judged.
If you find it necessary to belittle
someone else’s point of view in order to defend yours, you probably are not
that sure of your own thoughts. It takes some real effort to think for yourself
and test ideas that you question, and not just defend a borrowed belief system
because it sounds good to you. Use of emotion-charged pejoratives is a sure
sign that the user finds his/her belief system threatened.
Anyone who resorts to name calling
and abusive language is really only displaying intolerance and/or trying to
elevate his/her own views by denigrating others. Politicians do this a lot.
Think about the current political conventions. But don’t just blame the
politicians. They do it because they know that it works to fire up their
supporters emotionally and recruit voters. But think for a minute what this
says about us as voters. Unfortunately, the average voter often seems to know
very little about the candidates or issues, but votes primarily on the basis of
the hype being broadcast by one side or the other.
Does a belief system have to be based on faith? Does science rule out the existence of God, or life after death? Do we just have to believe one way or the other, or can we find the truth by thinking for ourselves? Can we ever know with absolute certainty?