Comment: Then we're just seeing it through different eyes.

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Then we're just seeing it through different eyes.

I don't disagree with your comment but it's important to realize that there are fundamental forces at "work" here that the scientific method just can't measure. In my opinion it never will. Which is where experience and application of these new principles comes into play.

"True knowledge exists in knowing that you know nothing."—Socrates

Modern science is great at measuring the physical world and its mechanics but there are deep discoveries being made that show that nothing is actually solid. Nothing. Science doesn't like that conclusion. Ironically, neither does Religion. But that's for a different thread all together.

There are just certain things that now exceed the boundaries of most science and we have to be prepared to alter or update our beliefs. After all, the only constant is change itself.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin