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Philosophy of Science

- 16 February 2014, 10:02

Many philosophers and scientists strongly perceive that the presence of God is just a delusion which is dragging masses to believe the same. But then, who has created the universe? We all have come across anecdotes pointing to the fact that the entire universe was created in a time window of 7 days and the supreme supernatural power of the creator coaxed us to believe that there has always been a divine force that has created the whole mankind including us. We have had philosophers pointing a finger at religious dogmas that have been outdated and we have been petrified regarding the origin of the universe and its creation.

Neither does the Theory of Cosmology nor Darwin’s Theory of Evolution precisely enlighten us regarding the mystery behind our own existence. Neither the religious nor the atheists can prove the existence of God but all we have is belief that the presence of God might just be “improbable”. This assertion might just be a weak one but it certainly is a universally known belief as of now. Some people strongly perceive that God is there in everything as they like to believe that a supreme power is being their watchful protector.

Many of us believe in the theory of Karma which clearly points out to the fact that we will be paid for our bad deeds at some point of time in life. This is a common perception that runs among atheists who strongly believe that religious people are delusional.

Over the past two years, I have written a few articles on philosophy of science and in simple words, I would like to categorize it all into two respective thought zones.

In Zone 1, we will put people who believe in the material science of the world and analyze all the things as they really are.

In Zone 2, we will put people who look to the non-material aspects such as mind and morality where we are having dual thoughts regarding our existence and our creation.

This is just my formal belief and I consider myself as atheist who believes in Karma.

Henceforth, most of the atheists might not place their beliefs in the presence of God but they do believe in the theology of Karma which clearly highlights the fact that our deeds throughout lifetime will be analyzed and according to that, we will be paid. Henceforth, according to Newton’s Third Law of Motion, every action has an equal and opposite reaction. The theology of Karma is somewhat identical to that of Newton’s Third law


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