posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 10:06 PM
Physics is limited by the human mind and intellect just like maths is limited. As the OP says paranormal and supernatural is really NATURALLY NORMAL
to the universa, its just not understood to us humans with our limited equipment and knowledge and our EGOS help hinder our progress. But as time gos
on with theory and experiment, we find out more, and paradoxs occur. All truths are but half truths etc.. (my sig)
So beyond physics comes quantum physics and metaphysics, beyond psychology lies quantum psychology and parapsychology. Now just because someone is a
physicist, doesn't make them an expert in psychology. Which I would say is a needed component if we are truly going to branch out of our mental
'box' into the 'greater reality'.
ALL IS ONE.. its all connected on the sub-atomic levels (or planes if you prefer, spiritualism) See this word spiritual is just more hindrance to
REALITY.. word problems, semantics? we sholdnt be drawing a line between spirit and science because its all the same thing!!!
God IS science, ALL is too big for our dumb little brains to understand ALL... so when we accept that, then we can move on together without debating.
EGO....... we have to leash it or lose the plot. EGO is constantly trying to keep its Identity by reflecting on what it knows and fears... and as you
know, you are NOT your egos, and everything has to change or it dies, and eventually, with strange 'eons' (certain cycles of time)...... even death
Im an expert in nothing! Just throwing my 2 cents in and this copy and paste job from answers.com >
A branch of philosophy that studies the ultimate structure and constitution of reality — i.e., of that which is real, insofar as it is real. The
term, which means literally "what comes after physics," was used to refer to the treatise by Aristotle on what he himself called "first
In the history of Western philosophy, metaphysics has been understood in various ways: as an inquiry into what basic categories of things there are
(e.g., the mental and the physical); as the study of reality, as opposed to appearance; as the study of the world as a whole; and as a theory of first
Some basic problems in the history of metaphysics are the problem of universals — i.e., the problem of the nature of universals and their relation
to so-called particulars; the existence of God; the mind-body problem; and the problem of the nature of material, or external, objects. Major types of
metaphysical theory include Platonism, Aristotelianism, Thomism, Cartesianism (see also DUALISM), idealism, realism, and materialism.
>> Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one. --Albert Einstein,
[edit on 15-9-2007 by Sekhemet]