MANKIND’S BIGGEST MISTAKE
AND THE FUTURE OF SCIENCE
The biggest error in modern science, and human thought in general, is conceptual fragmentation. As a sentient species, we have been approaching the problem of understanding reality piecemeal, focusing on different parts of reality as if they were independent of each other, and independent of the whole. As a result, educational and academic institutions are fragmented into separate specialization fields, and we often choose one part of reality as real, and ignore the rest, as if it didn’t exist. This is why there are paradoxes and conflicts in science, and in human life in general. But reality is not fragmented. It functions as a seamless whole, and it is now time to integrate our search for truth.
In regard to the mistake of fragmentation, the “man” in mankind is appropriate for use in describing the civilizations of the past few thousand years on this planet, because men, with greater physical strength, needed to assure the survival of the species, have dominated the traditional scientific and religious efforts to understand reality, forcing integrative approaches like shamanism, psychism and mediumship, into the fringes of acceptable thought, rejected by the mainstream establishment thinkers. Women, who are generally more in touch with the non-physical side of reality, are more likely to be involved in the spiritual life of Western Civilization, even though historically, they have been banned from participating in leadership roles in the dominant establishment institutions. When I was an undergraduate physics student in the late 1950s, young women were scarce in the halls of science and engineering. There was only one in the upper-level math courses I took, and none in upper-level physics. Female doctors and scientists were few, and not well accepted. Most religious institutions did not allow women to become priests or ministers. The ban on women in institutionalized leadership roles has changed drastically in the last 50 years, and, in my opinion, is one indication that re-integration of the organized investigation of reality is at last under way.
With the discovery by Neppe and Close in 2011 of gimmel, the non-physical part of reality necessary for the formation of stable atomic structures leading to life-supporting organic compounds, we have proof that what has traditionally been called “spirit” precedes and underlies all of reality. This discovery, and the development of a quantum calculus appropriate for finite quantum reality, encompassed in infinitely continuous Primary Consciousness, provides a comprehensive basis for integrating the search for truth and the understanding of the true nature of reality.
Physical reality, it turns out, as quantized mass and energy, makes up less than 5% of Reality. Consciousness, the manifestation of Spirit, makes up the other 95-plus percent. But, through the prisms of the limited physical senses, and the most well-developed image-forming capabilities of the brain, our awareness is dominated by the finite physical four-plus percent. This was necessary for the survival of the human species through which Spirit manifests and expresses itself, but with the immediacy of the struggle for physical survival pushed to the background by advances in technology, we are poised on the threshold of the science of the future. With the discovery of gimmel, the measurement of consciousness in the structures of reality becomes as scientific, precise and accurate, as the measurement of mass and energy.
Beyond the threshold, the entrenched dualistic dialectic of materialism will be replaced by the triadic holism of the manifestation of the logical structure of Primary Consciousness, -or Spirit, as finite, quantized mass, energy and consciousness. It will become clear that, in addition to the five different electricities that carry information from objective reality to the brain, there are additional forms of vibratory energy that carry more subtle information revealing the underlying spiritual structure of reality. Because of the natural plasticity of the human brain, it will be able to develop and evolve to perceive and understand the mathematical relationships between the physical four-plus percent of reality and the underlying spiritual nature of Reality.
Note: The derivation of the quantum equivalence unit and the subsequent discovery of gimmel has been published in several places, including the ECAO Journal and the IQNexus Journal, and can be found on this blogsite by searching for “gimmel”.
This discovery, and the development of a quantum calculus appropriate for finite quantum reality, encompassed in infinitely continuous Primary Consciousness, provides a comprehensive basis for integrating the search for truth and the understanding of the true nature of reality. 3V0-732 exam dumpsReplyDelete