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- DescriptionScience believes 'we' are aware. The truth is, atoms are aware. 'We' consist of atoms. Groups of atoms, or molecules, are even more aware. Their (our) awareness is evolving four-dimensionally at an increasing rate. This is t a protest against science; it is a warning about intelligent man's lack of awareness. You, and the world's leading scientists, philosophers, psychologists, theists and atheists, share an important attribute. When you see a computer screen in front of you and then close your eyes, you do t see a computer screen. The million-dollar question is this: Is the computer image inside your brain, which forms when you open your eyes, similar to the computer in front of you, or t? How you answer this question determines whether you understand the true nature of the universe. Why should I worry about this, you might ask; scientists measure everything? Yes they do, but this tells them thing about the nature of what they measure. Measurements attempt to reduce everything to numerical quantities. What are forces, gravity, particles, sense-experiences and time, apart from meter readings? Scientists have idea. It is amazing that science has discovered mathematical relationships between different meter readings, you may say. This is true; but it is only half the story. The other half of the story is even more amazing. Because mathematical relationships exist between forces, gravity, particles, sense-experiences and time etc., these relationships must represent a real mechanism. What is this invisible mechanism, you will ask? Well, we seem to inhabit empty space. But this is an illusion. We live in a water-like aether, the rotating vortices and waves of which form everything we kw. Substances consist of groups of aether vortices or atoms. Sense-experiences are aether waves, which influence atoms; blackness is the absence of visible waves, but many other wave frequencies exist, each of which has its own fourth-dimensional level. The aether looks like a sphere and its different fourth-dimensional levels are concentric surface layers of this sphere. So the Big Bang was more than a Tsunami, possibly caused by ather spherical universe gently colliding with ours and setting the interior of our universe in motion. Without this perpetual motion, thing we kw would exist. This may seem plausible, but prove it, you will say. Whether it is correct or t boils down to a simple question: Is the computer image inside your brain real or t. If it is real, the above scenario is correct. The important point is this; all we kw about the universe consists of sense-experiences. So science needs to kw whether they are real or t. But it has presumed they are t real. Only two eminent people appear to have answered this question correctly. The first was Buddha, who tried to get his followers to understand what he meant by enlightenment. Luckily, he had a small degree of success. But it was t eugh to influence western science, which began more than two thousand years later. The second person was an eighteenth-century Scottish philosopher called David Hume, who wrote: 'We cant have the idea of red if we have t first experienced it ... ... The idea of red, which we form in the dark, and the impression of red which strikes our eyes in sunshine, differ only in degree, t in nature.' Or, to paraphrase Hume, our sense-experiences are created by the universe, which means that any sense-experience consists of energy received by one's nervous system. Unfortunately for Hume and the rest of us, this idea was igred by science. Science believes, instead, that sense-experiences are 'self-created', whatever this may mean, which makes subjective, three-dimensional representations of the universe seem valid, just as the ancients believed the universe rotated around our planet. But if our five sense-experiences emanate from different energy levels of the universe, this points to the existence of a fourth di
- Author BiographyThe author obtained a degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Imperial College, London. Moving on from the aeronautical industry, he became the editor and publisher of a national business journal. However, after spending time in a Zen Buddhist monastery he now enjoys buying and selling antiquarian maps. He has a daughter and grandson.
- Author(s)Jeffrey Sharp
- Date of Publication01/11/2011
- Place of PublicationScotts Valley
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Note19 b/w diagrams
- Weight308 g
- Width153 mm
- Height230 mm
- Spine12 mm
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