Often, when you have an argument with someone you feel the need to reference facts or maybe scientific explanations to best your opponent. We all do this or have done this sometime in the past. If you want to win an argument, nothing beats science. I disagree. We often see science as the only legitimate explanation of the phenomenon that we experience as human beings. Science is very formal, organized, and rational. However, science is limited as an explanation for the world in which we live. For one, we all forget that science is indeed a theory, and not a truth. Also, things we call ‘facts’ are also not the truth. Facts are simply pieces of information that if repeated enough times by enough people become indoctrinated into the common ‘truth’. I think this practice is very misleading and can prove to be dangerous both in physical terms (wars) and as a threat to intelligence.
You see, science as a theory is quite limited. It uses mathematics to explain velocity, distance, shapes and volumes occupied by objects. It is limited by the very math it uses. Let’s not forget in the first place that math is an arbitrary practice which is based on human-made characters we call numbers and variables. We use artificially created numbers to artificially describe a natural world and that is wrong. This puts us in chains because if some sort of phenomenon cannot be explained via numbers and variables, than that phenomenon either doesn’t exist, or the person experiencing the phenomenon must be either mistaken, or is hallucinating in which case they need help. The first barrier we meet with math is of course vibrational energy. Contemporary math used for physics cannot explain this phenomenon. The limitation here is quite clear: in order to explain vibrational energy, alternative scientists had to make the choice to go beyond contemporary physics and venture into an uncertain world of quantum physics. The divide between scientists is greater still given that contemporary math cannot explain quantum physics and so more formulae must be derived – and these new formulae only work in the quantum field, they do not work in contemporary physics. Things like string theory are ignored by contemporary physicists because if it cannot be observed, it cannot be real. Science does not adjust the theory to fit the observations, it changes the observations to fit the theory. Contemporary math is full of other folly including pi theorem. It works flawlessly until we apply it to more complex situations in which it falls apart. In some schools, pi theory has already been taken away and kids are not being taught pi, yet for so many years we were told that this was a truth.
So what are the implications? The first and most significant implication is that if science is rational then phenomenon it cannot explain is irrational. This puts naturally inclined people like empaths, indigos, star seeds, and psychically gifted into a category of outsiders – the ones on the fringe. For what we experience - things like vibrational energy, feeling other people’s feelings, precognitive abilities, clairvoyance, and so on – cannot be explained by contemporary science and is therefore irrational. In a world dominated by this doctrine, we are the irrational people, and what does irrational mean? It means we are the insane. If you can’t explain phenomenon in rational terms, it is irrational, and irrational is bad. In the end we become the outcasts of society – the non-normals, the weirdos. We are pushed into roles that we were never meant to inherit and people treat us a certain way. It gets worse when you realize that any future indigos will also be repressed and grow up with complexes and emotional problems.
So just remember, science is not a fact and it is not a truth. It is an attempt to explain the truth and it is so limited by the math it uses that even scientists are divided on their observations. To explain the world for what it really is, we need to move beyond science and mathematics.
Here is a very clever infographic describing what I have said: