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|Re: Scientific Errors.
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Posted by billy/">billy on July 20, 1998 13:55:50 UTC
: Scientist work has few errors at basic;
: - 'Mathematical zero.' : - 'Speed of light is constant.' : - 'Atom is basic material.' : - 'Time-control.'
Mathmatical zero is nothingness (space) part of the universe.
Speed of light is constant only because it is applied to matter, which is all that exists, so really, for all practical purposes right now it is truth.
Atom is big piece of the puzzle, many other partical assosiations to discover and apply to matter/nothingness assosiations (interactions).. even though space is nothing, it must be because if there were no nothing, there would be no room for matter to reside in, and could not exist, pretty strange!
Time is only relevant to matter, but then even irrelivent to all but life forms which exist for limited spans as an entity, even stranger!
: These basic has build : - mathematic formulaes : - atom-theory : - draw a picture at space : - gen-manipulation : - fuel-engine : - chemistry-evolution : - etc.
: Scientist and not scientist, has lot to do, to correct these errors and these influences, : what we see today.
: This materialball, where we live is. : We are in it. : We can feel, love. We can do things. : Everything is material this ball. : My brains, fingers, eyes, computers, windows, etc.
: I can see this. It is something. : We can feel this. It is something.
: I can love. It is something. : I can eat. It is something.
There is no ultimate reason why, no real purpose, but since we are here and can ask these questions, why not create a purpose for ourselves, but one free from religion... one which gives us and our reletives on earth and later in the universe a better easier and more pleasing span of existance...
And I do agree with you, life is wonderful, if I found there was some sort of being who started it or created it I would thank it, but not worship it, befriend it, not fear it, love it, not hate it...
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