The universe unraveled by HannaH

The universe unraveled by HannaH

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Rupert Sheldrake - The Science Delusion BANNED TED TALK

ThinkingPosted by Hanne Fri, June 06, 2014 18:53:29

Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKHUaNAxsTg&feature=player_embedded

Rupert Sheldrake has some major concerns about our current science, which is actually more believing rather than knowing.

He explains that science of today is based on dogmas and that 10 of them especially are very suspicious:

1. That nature is mechanical.

2. That matter is unconscious.

3. The laws of nature are fixed.

4. The totally amount of matter and energy are always the same.

5. That nature is purposeless.

6. Biological inheritance is material.

7. That memories are stored as material traces.

8. The mind is in the brain.

9. Telepathy and other psychic phenomena are illusory.

10. Mechanistic medicine is the only kind that really works.

In the video on top he shortly explains his encounters with science and scientist of today. For a more extended explanation, I would recommend this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD2qScZlvYE&feature=player_embedded,

or better go to his book for the complete argument: "The Science Delusion: Freeing the Spirit of Enquiry"

For what it is worth, he is not the only scientist who is being a doubting Thomas. During the course of history there were many “forgotten” sincere researchers. Below is an excerpt from the work of Walter Russell, with similar arguments concerning the so called science of today.

No One-Way Universe

The fundamental cosmogony of the then-accepted science, which so amazed me, was what might be termed a transient, discontinuous, unbalanced, on-way universe, which had a beginning eons ago, by the unexplained and unexplainable formation of a tremendous flaming mass of heat, which is slowly radiating away by splitting into smaller masses, which expand within themselves and from each other until they eventually end in heat death. Out of this unnatural theory came the first and second laws of thermodynamics that have no validity whatsoever, for the premise that heat is energy, upon which they are founded has no validity. The resultant one-way universe allowed for no compensating generation to counterbalance its radiation, despite the accepted law of equal and opposite action and reaction. “Energy cannot run up hill,” science says, “it can only run down hill.” It so happens in God’s plan that energy runs neither up nor down hill.

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(Walter Russell: Home Study Course in Cosmic Consciousness, Prelude)



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Posted by HANNAH Thu, July 07, 2016 07:18:10

This is an old post. I do not necessarily agree any longer with some of the things I posted in the past. I would agree with the statement that the nature of matter is mechanical. Nature is made of waves of simulated light and those waves move in a mechanical way...

Posted by aaronutah2 Wed, July 06, 2016 23:13:54

1. Nature is mechanical.
People declare themselves inept at fixing things. They try a few times and find mechanical things to be uncooperative and unpredictable.
As someone who repairs and builds regularly I must conclude that matter doesn't like to be put into rigid shapes and forms. You can blame manufacturing and design and the technician. But I think the underlying cause is fundamental. Matter is ornery. Its servitude as parts and structures is only a transient imprisonment. Soon enough it will free itself from use and form - and find its heaven in the scrap heap.