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Offline Alan McDougall

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Where does science and metaphysics meet?
« on: 15/07/2016 03:56:28 »
Few of the truly great scientists of this or any other era would ultimately deny the importance of these mystical components in their own creative capabilities.

What is much more problematic and controversial is whether modern science has the technical, epistemological, and intuitive capacity to demonstrate, comprehend, and incorporate such elusive factors in any rigorous and systematic fashion within its own analytical paradigm.

Max Planck, a founding father of quantum physics: “Scientists have learned that the starting-point of their investigations does not lie solely in the perceptions of the senses and that science cannot exist without some small portion of metaphysics.

Modern Physics impresses us particularly with the truth of the old doctrine which teaches that there are realities existing apart from our sense-perceptions and that there are problems and conflicts where these realities are of greater value for us than the richest treasures of the world of experience.”

The belief in miracle is a very important element in the cultural history of the human race. Is there, in the last analysis, some basically sound foothold for this belief in miracle, no matter how bizarre and illogical may be the outer forms it takes?

All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particle of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together. We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent mind.

This mind is the matrix of all matter.

I call it Almighty God


 

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Re: Where does science and metaphysics meet?
« Reply #1 on: 16/07/2016 13:51:06 »
   My books and my studies are devoted to understanding God and the Universe of which physics is a important part of. Thus it is necessary to study the underlying physics which is beyond the ability of the scientist to readily see and measure. Thus my dot-wave theory enable me to write basic equations and calculations which go beyond the standard model. It also enables me to see how God operates in the universe from the soul of man as specified in my "The Fabric of the Soul" to the possibilities of higher existence in my "Cosmic Reincarnation".
   Religions tend to be subjective and in some of my books I provide a particular religious viewpoint while in others I take a pluralistic viewpoint and a purely scientific viewpoint. Which is correct? I have mixed viewpoints and provide the readers with possibilities.
   My physics enables me to look at God from a physical viewpoint and my religious theories are tied to my oscillating repetitive universe. Religion tends to be emotional whereas the physics of God and the Universe merely relies upon higher principles of math and science.
 

Offline Alan McDougall

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Re: Where does science and metaphysics meet?
« Reply #2 on: 16/07/2016 14:02:26 »
   My books and my studies are devoted to understanding God and the Universe of which physics is a important part of. Thus it is necessary to study the underlying physics which is beyond the ability of the scientist to readily see and measure. Thus my dot-wave theory enable me to write basic equations and calculations which go beyond the standard model. It also enables me to see how God operates in the universe from the soul of man as specified in my "The Fabric of the Soul" to the possibilities of higher existence in my "Cosmic Reincarnation".
   Religions tend to be subjective and in some of my books I provide a particular religious viewpoint while in others I take a pluralistic viewpoint and a purely scientific viewpoint. Which is correct? I have mixed viewpoints and provide the readers with possibilities.
   My physics enables me to look at God from a physical viewpoint and my religious theories are tied to my oscillating repetitive universe. Religion tends to be emotional whereas the physics of God and the Universe merely relies upon higher principles of math and science.

You intrigue me, we seem to think alike maybe we could establish a private debate between us, but you will be hard pressed to find acceptance with your ideas here?

I have postulated the existence of what I call the "Superconsciousness?"

God, of course, is the primordial mathematician!

Best Regards

Alan
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Re: Where does science and metaphysics meet?
« Reply #3 on: 16/07/2016 22:06:32 »
I posted on other forums, mostly on believers,non-believers type. Most are atheists and I tend to present a scientific type analysis. Anyway I will post here for awhile and will be happy for your ideas as well. It may only be the two of us but there are many readers and I have been thrown out of many religious groups since I am a heretic in their eyes.All my recent books are on kindle and sell for $3 each. If you are in USA I could send you some paperbacks autographed for no charge if you like.
 

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