But, what if our science is not perfect? What if our science is not infallible?
A universe of perfect infallible science has no miracles. A world like ours, whose science is not perfect, allows tiny, insignificant levels of miracles. It is the imperfection in our science that has always allowed a level of insignificant breakdowns in our reality. Miracles are breakdowns in our reality due to the imperfection of our science but our science is so strong that miracles must go unnoticed-or at least to the world at large. In the history of our world no miracle has ever been proved-such is the power of the rules dictated by our science.
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Science...The Imperfect Father of all
Once we accept that nothing exists in a physical sense, and that all existence is as ideas and thought and that as such there can be no limit to thought or ideas, we can then accept that there are infinite universes and infinite realities. If infinity tells us there is infinity of everything there must be infinity of science. There are infinite worlds of infinite sciences and each science has infinite levels of power...
The science of our universe is so extremely powerful that we have a special word for something that breaks the rules of our science- a miracle.
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The universe is not real, time does not exist,
you do not exist and soon...
Some universes are stable, some universes are unstable, and some universes are abstract chaos. But most universes are a blend of both stability and instability. Our own universe, we believe, is stable. Our universe, we believe, has infallible science. Our universe, we believe, is real. However, all the evidence says otherwise. Our universe and our reality are not what we have been led to believe.
Science exists regardless of us, regardless of life. Infinity rules but science makes the rules- including for time. Science writes the rules that make the ingredients of our reality and give us comprehension. It is science, therefore, that gives our world, and lives, stability. Science is our provider of all. It gives us order, logic, predictability and stability. Most importantly for us, science gives us sanity for without science our universe would be one of utter disorder, a nightmare of the impossible.
The power of science has conquered all. It rules over everything we know of. It rules us and our universe. It rules over miracles, and it reigns supreme. Science is the basis to our beliefs and so science, like infinity, also rules. If infinity is the mother of all then science, the imperfect provider, is the father.
However, we need to believe in more than just science because we have always known that science does not have all the answers, and that science is not always correct, and most importantly, science cannot give us hope where hope does not exist. When there is no hope we find other beliefs- non-scientific beliefs born of infinite imagination. Our beliefs are so powerful they are contenders for our science. Belief, science and reality are intrinsically linked and each may affect the other. Yet, in spite of our alternative beliefs, still, science rules above all else. Science tells us what is possible and what is not possible and this gives us predictability and it is the predictability that gives us stability. Without science, our universe, and our lives, would have no stability and so, in our universe, science rules supreme-but it does not rule with total perfection.
Infinity is the mother of reality and science the father of reality but there is another ingredient...
But what if our science is not perfect? What if our science is not infallible?
A universe of perfect, infallible science has no miracles. A world like ours, whose science is not perfect, allows tiny.insignificant levels of miracles. It is the imperfection in our science that has always allowed a level of insignificant breakdowns in our reality. Miracles are breakdowns in our science, but our science is so strong that miracles must go unnoticed- or at least to the world at large. In the history of our existence, no miracle has ever been proved- such is the power of the rules of our science.