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the whole is me i am the whole by oasisgold on August 25th, 2011, 4:47 am
there is universe in an atom,the natue of sea can be just identified by a single drop of water from the sea i am the whole and the whole is me, i am the cause of this whole physical universe because there is nothing separate from the whole.
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DPhil week 0 by Nick on October 11th, 2009, 5:23 pm
This week I finally moved to Oxford to start my DPhil (which is a PhD almost everywhere except here). The week was mainly full of admin that needed doing and introductory talks on this, that, and the other. The university itself is made up of both departments (where people take lectures, do research, etc) and colleges (where students often live, take meals, socialise, do sports, etc). So not only did we all have to go through the physics department admin and the particle physics sub department admin, we also had college admin to get through too. In some ways this made it a fairly unexciting week.

On the physics side I am working on the ATLAS experiment, which is one of the two general purpose LHC experiments (the other being CMS, which I was working on the for last year and includes Lincoln amongst its ~2000 members). In order to get onto the experiment's author list we have to do a certain amount of approved service work. At this time it basically means getting some part of the experiment...

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The Limits of Science by skakos on November 24th, 2012, 10:12 pm

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Exact Science has been for a long time now the tool used by most humans in order to understand the physical world. The great successes of sciences like physics or astronomy in predicting things and helping the everyday life of people has established "exact" science as the ultimate tool to discover the truth. This has unfortunately led to a decline of the importance other scientific fields of human thinking have - sectors as important as philosophy, history, religion, linguistics.

Science has limits. It has a specific scope, a specific set of tools it uses and specific inherent limitations. This article discusses these limitations in depth.

We must use exact science...

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·Was ist Wissenschaft. by Eureko on March 21st, 2010, 10:15 am
To me, science is a way of life...

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More Random Thoughts On Existence by tookie23 on January 27th, 2011, 5:50 am
The biggest fundamental flaw of religion is the need for money, the word of “God” would not nor should it require money, an item which has absolutely no value outside of our ridiculous “humanity”.
I am forced into a position where it would be simply illogical for me to avoid asking why, how, when, and is this reality just a mutual agreement of indefinable consciousnesses. Does all the poverty in the world really just represent the logical fallacies of the human thinking process? Could our physical beings be nothing more than something we all agree upon to abstain from the need for actual understanding?
I want to find the other side, see the truth, come back with the answers and be able to function in this reality. The term god to me is used as a way to explain an ultimate energy, whether it has any consciousness as to what it’s doing is unknown to me. But there is a source of energy in the multi-verse that has led to everything around us, including us. There is some other force, but to me...

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