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Big Questions on Line - How Can Imagination Change the World

Big Questions on Line - How Can Imagination Change the World

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Imagination is more important than Knowledge- Einstein. Much of Science and the world view has its root observation and imagination and the secondary step is to put them into mathematical language. The world needs new observation and imagination to give new world view that is simple and incorporates all the developments in science and unites it with spiritual science of the ancient world.
Imagination is more important than Knowledge- Einstein. Much of Science and the world view has its root observation and imagination and the secondary step is to put them into mathematical language. The world needs new observation and imagination to give new world view that is simple and incorporates all the developments in science and unites it with spiritual science of the ancient world.

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 Big Questions On Line[A response to Templeton foundation Initiative]
HOW CAN IMAGINATION CHANGE THE WORLD?
 Without doubt observation and imagination does play a veryimportant role in science. Einstein said "
 Imagination is moreimportant than knowledge
." It is the imagination that gave birthto all great developments in science. Newton's imagination ledto mechanical world view. The relativistic world view was the product Einstein's imagination.Einsteins said
"
God does not care about our mathematical difficulties. He integrates empirically
."Here is what Sir John Templeton said
"
 Both the vastness and theintricacy of the physical universe stretch our imaginations and beckonus to look beyond what is visible, toward the great ocean of realities not visible
.
"
Modern scientists, closed behind the doors of the laboratoriesseems to fail to develop new imaginations from nature. Thusthey end manipulating the old imagination into new andcomplex mathematical languages. The biggest flaw of scienceexist in the fact that it studies nature by a process of fragmentation than integration. Scientific path of enquiryamounts to studying life by killing it and searching for the livingelement in it.To answer the "Big Questions" we need new observation innature and imagination that integrates the developments inscience, but makes fundamental changes in our vision andthinking leading it to simplicity.
 
 
Universe is energy and matter in vibration and motion. EquationE=mc2 of Einstein implies enormous energy contained in anatom. The problem with science is that they have failed toimagine and differentiate energy or light particle and atoms. Letus look at it in a new way and let our imagination andintelligence unwind to comprehend a New Picture.
Let us take E=mc2 as central thought
- C2 invariablymeans "m" [mass in the atom] is the product of two light particles moving in opposite direction coming from two parallelworlds with maximum speed - Rest is detail
T
he detail of the universe now should be built around a
PRINCIPLE CAUSE FOR THIS MOTION AND THE DESIGN WHICHFACILITATES PERPETUAL MOTION
.This now becomes simple.
THE CAUSE SHOULD BE NON EQUILIBRIUM AND PRINCIPLE SHOULD AN INSTINCT TO SEEK EQUILIBRIUM 
"
. Perpetual existence invariably means the designof the particle and the whole should deny this equilibrium, butallow a dance and exchange of information.This is possible only by ratio design of 4:3 with right and leftconnected by a crossing and quantum nature of energy flowdiscovered by Max Planck. Imagine an 8 with one arm being bigand other small in the ratio 4:3. Now a quantum flow can occur  between the right left leading to a quantum perpetual dance between two state 4:3 and 3:4 where left changes into right andvice-versa. This can explain in simplicity the spin and curveddisplacement associated with motion. The motion here becomes
 
a spiral one sucking the opposite towards it. Imagine a drill. Nassim Haramein of "Resonance project" makes a good defenseof this vision.The simplest quantum dancing particle is electromagnetic particle. This particle has maximum freedom in threedimensional space. Thus it dances with maximum speed andmoves in maximum speed in relation to a particle movingtowards it from a parallel world. When they collide they formthe Hydrogen Atom or the "Simplest System". The two quantumdancing particle forming A atom should now exist in 4:3 ratio,thus giving it a quantum dancing capacity in relation to nature.[the day and night cycle and climatic cycle can be visualized asquantum dance of nature]. This ratio 4:3 now becomes aholographic design of all system including the whole system.An atom formed looses a level of freedom in three dimensionalspace and its forces are centralized. This differentiates the Newtonian [atomic] matter and Einsteinian [ Light matter]. Italso explains why gravity is a weak force. The mass and gravitynow becomes the measure of non equilibrium of the system.Since the principle is to seek equilibrium and design denies it,the spirit that is flowing in a system has dual role. Initially itmoves towards a central point and beyond it, it opposes theflow. Thus it accounts for co-existence of inertial andgravitational mass. Since by Max Planck's law flow becomesinevitable, the atomic system also quantum dances but its dance becomes centralizes and is relative to the environment.Important thing here is that we are picturing a universe that is innon-equilibrium. The symmetry that much of modern physics

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