posted on Aug, 4 2013 @ 02:41 AM
Science is learning new things always. always changing as it discovers things which were always there, but did not have the eyes to see. there is alot
that science is currently unable to observe. more reason why we should not put our faith of existence in the hands of science. we obviously do not
understand one iota of our universe yet.
First evidence that the universe is not as we know it has emerged from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the giant atom-smashing machine built to
recreate conditions at the dawn of time.
Confirmation of the results, showing minute deviations in the behaviour of a sub-atomic particle, would indicate the existence of a 'new physics'
model of the universe.
Until now scientists have relied on the 'Standard Model', a description of the nuts and bolts mechanics of the universe - its particles and forces -
that has worked well but contains serious gaps.
For instance, the Standard Model cannot explain phenomena such as dark matter, invisible material that shrouds galaxies and holds them together, or
as i have said time and time again. science and religion will unite. since they are both 2 sides of the same coin. dark matter is the blackboard of
thought, and light is its chalk with which it draws out existence. this is why thought affects experiments giving rise to the 'quantum enigma'.
science can analyse only the logical aspects of existence with machines and sensors. but the other aspects of existence must be analysed by conscious
science will approach a dead-end in every field and in every direction, as it learns more, it will learn more of the higher intelligence which holds
when we come to understand the mystic forces which work together with the logical apparitions of physical reality, man will become accelerated in
science must come to realize that just as there MUST BE a Science to spirituality.. that there is also a spirituality.. to science.
they are slowly approaching my particular field of expertise.. inter-dimensional travel.
"every one who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe—a spirit
vastly superior to that of man and one in the face of which we with our modest powers must feel humble."
— Albert Einstein. Letter (24 Jan 1936). Quoted in Helen Dukas and Banesh Hoffman Albert Einstein: The Human Side (1981) 33. Science