Science without religion is lame; religion without science is blind.
Albert Einstein "Religion and Science" New York Times Magazine (Nov. 9): 1-4, (1930).
….The blind receive sight; the lame walk….the good news is proclaimed
to the poor.
Jesus, Matthew 11:5
By the universal religion through science, the blind (religion) receive sight; the lame(science) walk. The good news is proclaimed
to the universe.
The Universal Religion through Science
Abstract 4Introduction 5
Part 1 The Sacred Cosmology: the unified theory of physics
The Hindu-Buddha Cosmology: the cyclic cosmology with zero-energy universe
141.1. The Strong Pre-Universe 151.2. The Gravitational Pre-Universe 201.3. The Charged Pre-Universe 211.4. The Current Universe 221.5. The Hindu-Buddha Cosmology 24
2. The Genesis First Day Cosmology: the light universe and the dark universe
272.1. The Current Universe 272.2. The Periodic Table of Elementary Particles 372.3. Summary for Chapters 1 and 2 47
3. The Genesis Second Day: baryonic matter and dark matter
3.1.The Separation between Baryonic Matter and Dark Matter 493.2. The Formation of the Inhomogeneous Structures 533.3. Summary 593.4. Summary for Part 1 60
Part 2: The Sacred Society: the unified theory of human society
4. The Three-Branch Way: the three-level selection
4.1. The Evolution of Three-Level Selection 704.1.1. Individual Selection with Individualistic Society 714.1.2. Relational selection with Collectivistic Society 724.1.3. Group Selection with Harmonious Society 734.1.4. The Evolution of Three-Branch Human Society 764.2. The Development of Social Life 784.2.1. The Five Factors 7188.8.131.52. The Gender Factors 7184.108.40.206. The Non-Gender Factors 844.2.2. The Social Lives 8220.127.116.11. Yin and Yang Social Lives in Social Group 818.104.22.168.
Group Social Relationship: Expressive and Domination
884.2.3. The Harmonious Social Life 894.3. The Properties, Interactions, and Reinforcements of the Social Lives 944.3.1. The Properties of the Social Lives 944.3.2. The Interactions of the Social Lives 974.3.3. The Enforcements of the Social Lives 98