posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 11:39 AM
You know, I might just read some of those articles. I am very interested in physics in general. I know I will never make a career of it, or even begin
to understand much of it, but I am still interested. I wish I had a mind to understand it more.
I guess I feel what a lot of scientist must feel, as if the answer was right there in front of me, and yet so complex and also simple at the same
time, that I can't quite grasp it.
I still think in the end you just need faith. You need faith for science or you need faith for God.
I think science and God can exist together.
Science explains the What, when, where, how questions we have.
With science alone we can learn a lot. But some of us want to ask "Why?" The more we understand about what is happening, when and where and how it
is happening, we still don't know why.
I am not satisfied that it is happening "just because."
Some people are satisfied with that as an answer.
For me, that seems like a really weak answer.
For the scientist, it just happens because that is how it happens. They fully understand how and when and where it happens. Then they call this a law.
Then they say it just happens that way because that is how it works.
But sometimes things don't always behave as they should. Sometimes a photon can be influence by the observer. Sometimes we, the observer have an
impact on the results of the experiment.
Sometimes "That is just how it works" isn't always the answer.
Although I am very interested in what they may learn from the large Hadron Collider and with other experiments, I think this will only lead to more
questions. I am hoping they finally get some more why questions.
I am hoping that they get stunned by something that can't just be explained away.
Surely they will learn something very fascinating, and very complex.
For me, the DNA molecule is very complex and fascinating. Even the fact that we have consciousness should be something to ask why about.
Maybe there is something more. Maybe there is something wonderful and even more complex than the DNA molecule. I hope they find that.