Scientists ’Invent’ Particles
Written By: Jeff Behnke
Please check it out, then come back and read my ’derivative’ work below. The materialistic bias of science, like the one flowing forth from the media, makes me so angry since it is so apparent to me, yet they cannot see it. People are blind to themselves more than anything, and it irks me to no end. The hologram of truth cannot be captured by a single discipline. Grow up, please.
Scientists "Invent" Particles
The reason that electrons, neutrons, and protons like to appear and manifest to us as somehow more "real" may have been revealed by spiritualists.
A team from the netherworld found that when we utilize a poorly-lit, purely physical understanding of the world around us and see only those things that apparently fulfill mathematical constructs, we tend to believe that is all that is really there, fooling our brains into believing that the world doesn’t need us—only our instruments--to continue to exist. Although no one has done a study of the effect purely scientific thoughts have upon us, it does not seem too surprising that it saps all sense of personal power and purpose.
In the Journal of Interconnected Ethereal Consciousness, Prof Socrates and his colleagues state that scientific bias is also a context surrounding what we see—sometimes overriding the truth gathered by our immaterial eyes, even causing us to imagine we are nothing more than some kind of epiphenomenon of particles in motion that dies when the particles stop moving.
They were not surprised to find that a jagged, dark background context of dirt, carbon, and oxygen has more influence on what we feel than one that is bright, colorful, yet less defined, and speculate that this might explain the power of some scientific disciplines and why we cannot see the multi-hued details of immortality through our own gritty interpretations of a finite mortality.
"The scientific constructs are specific, but I speculate that perhaps because of the loss of generality, viewers are locked in, and are unable to fill in their own the details," says Prof Socrates, who adopted this as a Spiritual pen name.
"Everything we see is generated by the virtual reality machine inside our head, including the reality scientists attempt to invent to show that only the particles are "real". Scientists, are, in some effect, throwing the baby out with the water as they disregard the underlying waves flowing beneath it all and forming everything out of nothing," Socrates continued. "Normally these particle-like hallucinations are vetoed by the creative force coming through our intuition, so we can call scientific perception a controlled, disciplined, yet stultifying hallucination. After enough use of a single perception takes place, lock in occurs, and we get trapped in our own minds. When the input is unambiguous and sharp as science often is, we lose the ability to create, to feel, to grow, to intuit. Simply calling something data doesn’t make it any more real, for in reality we need both contexts to understand the larger picture."
To reveal the power of context, hundreds of scientists throughout the world invested thousands of hours of time to jointly prove that the soul does not exist after death, and when we die, we just die. Every time indications came out proving otherwise, they branded it as wishful thinking. The results indicated that people truly did feel a sense of hopeless despair and bitter loss, of which our connection to a shared source usually rectifies.
"Context means everything," stated Socrates, "And purely scientific reasoning falls into the same traps as anything else. People end up seeing particles as opposed to the waves, and every time they run across something which contains both, the scientific mind merely believes that they don’t understand something about the particles, instead of seeing the waves creating them all. Something is missing from this grand engine of science, one of the well-known architects of the discipline claimed, yet he refused to understand that the missing piece was his own consciousness assisting in inventing it all. As Zeno of Elea once discovered, without nonlocal movement, we cannot actually move anywhere. In truth, there is no particle for movement…the movement is us, both in material and immaterial worlds."
"Contrary to what one might expect," Socrates went on, "it is the internal world which permits and enables the harder stuff, our particles, to move—attempting to override that reality, even through the joint deception of modern day materialistic science, does a true disservice to mankind."
This could also be why ever-smaller particles tend to lurk in our microscopes. "In microscopes, it is hard to understand that our universe is merely responding to our interpretation of it, thus tending to trigger the filling-in which disconnects us from our ability to generate it all creatively," says Socrates.