Tag : Creation

What Human Creates and the Sense of Proportion

Relying in particular on an abusive extrapolation of a certain interpretation of experiments in quantum mechanics (according to the Copenhagen interpretation), some people come to consider that the Observer influences (or even creates) the world just by his way of observing it. And some of them believe that they are God. These are theories and […]

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The Law of Karma

Is there a law of divine justice that rewards good deeds and punishes bad ones?
Is the happy destiny of some and the suffering endured by others merited by those who live it?
The idea has become widely popular today that our past actions have determined our present fate.
For the proponents of Karma, the free will that men have used is the sole responsibility for their happiness or their present misfortune.

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Darwinism, Creationism… How About Neither?

Is Creationism true? Or is Darwinism true? And why would it have to be one or the other? It seems it hasn’t occurred to many people that both might be wrong. Since both of them, despite what they might claim, are more about ideology than science, it shouldn’t really be too surprising that science doesn’t really support either, at least not in the form they’re presented.

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Russian Scientists Discover Bacteria That Neutralizes Nuclear Wast

[Source: Sputnik News] Russian Scientists Discover Bacteria That Neutralizes Nuclear Wast The unique bacteria, discovered in a nuclear waste storage site in Siberia, shows promise as a tool for the creation of a natural barrier to the spread of radionuclides. Researchers from the Moscow-based Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and the Russian Academy of Sciences’ […]

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Two Humanities?

In some esoteric or spiritual circles or networks, there has been for some decades an increasingly popular theory according to which a significant number of human beings would have no soul. Before examining the possible consequences of such a vision of things and in particular to whom it can benefit, we will make a short […]

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Effects of Modern Art

If we define art as the materialization, the manifestation, the representation or the expression of a set of sensations, emotions or feelings and as a way to make them reflect, then there is a close relationship between the art of a civilization and the sensory, emotional and sentimental life of the individuals who compose it. […]

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Machines to play God

For only about two centuries, human have invented machines and instruments. These work with non-animal and non-human energies, whereas before he used his muscles or those of his domesticated animals. He has created more and more sophisticated machines, from the smallest, as small as microbes, to the most gigantic ones, such as particle accelerators that […]

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Accumulate or Create

Still under the influence of survival instinct and related fears, and stimulated in this direction by advertising and marketing, many human beings tend to amass a large amount of material objects that they use in definitively very little. The overconsumption society works by stimulating the desire for material possession which can only be accompanied by […]

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How to Unite

In general, our era has two distinct movements: a movement towards matter, materialism, existential concerns … and another towards heaven, the spiritual, the essential concerns … This has probably been the case since the beginning of humanity, in varying proportions, some epochs being dominated by spiritual tendencies and others by material ones. The peculiarity of […]

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An Almost Free System

While waiting for a world of total gratuity, selfless gift and sharing of resources (in ten thousand or a hundred thousand years, perhaps), let us leave despite all the mold of modern economy and finance. Consider a feasible world in the near future, in which almost all goods and services could be free. How could […]

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