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In summary, argument goes that when it comes to physics of day to day life, the equations of quantum electrodynamics (QED) have given us all there is to know about what can/cannot significantly our day to day world! This because 'they are extreemly accurate'. But they don't indicate how charges interact with unseen stuffs to create such phenomena as telekinesis, telepathy, reiki, soul etc.
The first glarring hole in this argument is that neither does QED include gravity, an obvious…Continue
The 'unphysical', 'inexplicable', 'spirituality' that is nevertheless elicited by 'physical' substances and/or practices is contradictory. We must seek explanations like we do in science. In the case of the information we get via psychedelics, eg DMT, we must settle down the question as to whether they are comming from other worlds or the always exist hidden in the brain.
DMT is said to mimick serotonin. One of the functions of serotonin is to 'tell' the brain cells to 'sleep' (hence…Continue
The short answer is 'laziness'. People categorise things, ideas, people etc. We categorize ideas as 'scientific', 'religious', 'western', 'materialistic', 'christian', 'mental stuffs', 'pseudo-science', 'Arabs', 'Jews' etc. Analysing and judging individual people or ideas is far more difficult cause there are myriads of them. It is much easier to try to figure out what group they belong and then judge them according the stereotypes associated with that group.
In debates, this fallacy…Continue
When it comes to 'creator', the extreme ends of the pendulum are:
1.)creator is there and everything is possible including unstopable objects hitting imovable walls
2.)we live in an entirely mechanical world reducable to blind jiggling balls.
This too much assumptions about a being we know almost nothing about is the major problem. Fact is that the universe show some evidence of an intelligent creator. However, we see no evidence of an omnipotent, omniscient etc being. But…Continue