The Bible Is a Parable: A Middle Ground Between Science and Religion
The scant -clues | that we have inherited don‘t allow us the pleasure of positive
confirmation, but all of history succeeding that time seems to positively affirm that the
-traditionalists | went on to eventual extinction, or at least their ideas did, as Man‘s next
best guess expanded toward the more powerful forces seen within climatic disturbances.
However, a kind of -Resurrection | has been a recurrent theme during all of these ages
of time, as ever-larger forces seemed to superimpose themselves over Man‘s older
understandings. His view of the origin of those unseen Essences expanded into ever-
larger domains as he dogmatically followed the faint clues that seemed to lead him
onward. Do we now seem to be having another?
Out of the serial -duality | of Man‘s ancient belief systems, as they ascended the
-ladder of time | into what is generally termed religion in more recent times, there again
arose a new order. As it became practiced in a myriad of near- miraculous discoveries,
some began to insist that this ever-so-much larger existence, the all that their many
instruments measured, was most certainly this time, all there must be. Alas their very
instruments increasingly seem to be undermining this certitude. Will the multi- existence
pioneers have their way again?
Quantum mechanics insists that sub-atomic particles have two natures, one that an
observer sees and one that he -misses. |
Religion insists that Man has two natures, one that is here, and one that is -there. |
Only through -belief | can there be any assurance of the existence of the latter of the duo.
The quantum mechanical macro elevation posits that there are many Universes within
The Christian religion‘s Jesus declares that -In my father‘s house, there are many
As symbols go, is there a significant difference? Each assumes a belief that the other
is there, and a faith that can act upon the premise.
In the part of -science | called Psychology there is the duality of the physical body
(the Id) and then the mental processes called the Ego. Neurology also studies the way the
brain answers the -calling | of this body, and how it also supports a theory of the
-consciousness | of self and others as part of this mental process. The one can be seen, the
other can only be understood or inferred by the results observed.
In Religion as well as neurology, there are the desires of the body called -Self |
Then there are the needs of others, collectively termed community, where conscience
needs to be -heard. |
In the end there is the -Natural world | of Science and Physics, and the Supernatural
realm of belief which requires a theory of -super-position | to see through to.
In the article, a well-known -man-of-science | witnesses to the imperfections of
quantum mechanics, one of science‘s main-stay theories.
----The equation should describe the world in a completely deterministic way, but it
-Quantum mechanics is a provisional theory. |
-It says --- you must become a superposition [two states existing at the same time] ---
Of course , we don‘t seem to experience that. |
---- My view is that quantum mechanics is not exactly right---. |
But they persist in using their imperfect tool, because: