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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 20, 2000 13:41:55 UTC

You used a great number of words to say that essentially science does not connect with what you preach. You said that science is about aerodynamics and radio waves, and that buddhism is about the Mystical Law. Two different things.

Is there anything scientific about the Mystical Law. Can you write down that law in an equation, or even define what it is in a sentence. I have read all of your posts and have yet to see a definition of that law. The first step in science is to define what you are talking about. If you do not at least do that, then what's left is just preaching.

To be fair, the same applies to science. Much has been said about the theory of everything. But much of it is just preaching as the theory does not exist yet. But the theory can be defined. It's the unification of all the forces of nature, that science presently recognizes. So what is the relationship between the Mystical Law and the theory of everything?

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