Re: Theos-World Quantum Physics
Jul 29, 2008 10:35 AM
by Jacques Mahnich
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Morten Nymann Olesen"
> My views are:
> ... The very fact that science is changing all the time proves its
incapacity to investigate the ultimate and absolute truth. Some time
ago scientists maintained that the atom cannot be broken, but recently
they succeeded in breaking it. They are still ignorant about the
realities of the pranic force behind the atom, which is the least of
Maybe an ultimate and absolute truth does not exist, or does not exist
as we want it to be...idealistic.
Scientific minds do not look after such a ghost. They have learned
along the way, specially since the last century that what can be
called "reality" is not static, they have realized there is no more
border between matter and energy (event dark energy...), that our
world (as far as we can perceived it) is a never-ending movement.
The Standard Model is now very much challenged, and the next LHC
(Large Hadron Collider) which is entering into service this quarter
will bring new discoveries which may annihilate previous models, or
better will give new basis for new hypothesis.
At least, we should recognize that scientific minds (the true ones)
have no issues in acknowledging their failures when new findings tear
their model apart. One could have expected the same honesty in other
An interesting development since the coming of the 70' scientific
generation (F. Capra,...) is that they have stopped claiming (not all
of them) to be able to explain everything with experiences and models,
they became a little bit more modest.
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