Yeah I think science is wrong point blank -- from the get go and into the future -- for reasons of structural logic.
As J. Allen Hynek stated: "Violation of logic is not proof." Logic actually is beyond science. Logical inference frames science.
I would be happy to give more information -- I have a masters degree and I've focused on exposing the evils of science by using music theory. I've
done applied policy work.
As for me using technology -- again my critique is structural -- technology is structural -- there's no choice about whether to use it or not.
Consider a tribe in the Amazon in Peru -- it was on cable last night - OutLaw Amazon. Great show.
So this tribe now has created militias -- some 6000 militias of maybe half a dozen men -- the militias still use bow and arrows but now also use
Why use guns if they want to maintain their tribal lifestyle? Because they have no choice -- they are being invaded by coc aine farmers.
That's just one example -- I call this the "trajectory of tantric technology" as rational thinking is actually a projection of internal bodily
Professor David F. Noble's work is great on this subject -- he was a M.I.T. but got fired for his political views.
"America by Design" exposes how science is controlled by elite secret societies.
"Forces of Production" exposes how the same elite secret societies attack inventors to make sure the inventor gives us patent control. So it's not
about efficiency -- it's about technological military power. M.I.T. is a stronghold for this.
Then there's David F. Noble's book, "The Religion of Technology" -- he goes back to the 9th C. on that one. He has a newer one going back to the
ancient City States of Western Asia.
I do this in my research as well -- science is really just a continuation of the "divide and average" mathematics of India, Babylon, Egypt, China,
The Greek Miracle was to combine the math of the other cultures, along with axiomatic logic along with legal control of patents. So you have a
package deal of economic control -- and even eugenics.
You can read my blog naturalresonancerevolution.blogspot.com...
for more details.
There's about 20 years of freshwater left on the planet. Sure science works but the question is for whom? We've had about 5,000 different
languages on Earth wiped out in the last 100 years since industrialism really kicked in. Science works by expanding a monocultural imperialism.
Read Professor Alfred Crosby's excellent book "Ecological Imperialism."
Or you can read John Gray's books -- Straw Dogs.
So if you want to learn about the "enemy's" perspective there's more than enough outlets.
I trained with a qigong master who sat in full-lotus for 49 days in a cave needing no water, no food and no sleep -- springforestqigong.com...
So that's traditional Chinese culture -- it's based on complementary opposites -- and I traced this back to the Bushmen culture of humans. The
Bushmen were more like the Bonobo pgymy chimps whereas modern humans were more like chimpanzees.
Female chimps use spears for hunting so that the females will not be raped by the males who demand sex when they bring home meat.
So science and technology is really a means for females to protect themselves from rape -- but it really doesn't solve the basic mind-body source of
violence in males.
Read Professor Robert Sapolsky's books for more details -- MunkeyLuv and "The Trouble with Testosterone" -- he studies how stress leads to violence
in primates. When male primates ejaculate it triggers the stress nervous system.
So the secret is that Nature is female -- that males are not really needed - that male primates should only rarely ejaculate -- and thereby males can
heal themselves and others and not need technology nor science.
Obviously when humans expanded into cold climates we coevolved with technology to do so. But that doesn't shy away from the fact that technology has
all these externalities -- a culture of violence and destruction of ecology.
Essentially left-brain dominant humans using right-hand technology are replacing left-hand dominant carbon-based molecules (ecology) with right-hand
assymetric silica-based molecules (technology) and thereby destroying right-brain dominant perception in Nature.