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Old 31-12-2011, 06:48 PM   #3
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The Most Accurate View Of Reality Will Be Provided By ISC

To correctly understand astrological forces, actual magic, and paranormal phenomena in general, we need the most accurate view of our reality that is humanly possible. But to acquire something like that, we must consider all of human knowledge, and there is an overwhelming amount of information to be learned. It is simply impossible for normal individuals to absorb enough data to come to a wholly complete understanding of reality that involves the knowledge from all of human endeavor.

Yet, there is a new natural philosophy that presents itself, to help us solve this dilemma. Called "Interdiscipline Synthesis Cosmology", or "ISC", it is a combination of physical and metaphysical ideas on the nature of the universe, though it is not yet wholly formed.

Literally self explanatory, ISC will be gleaned from a synthesis of as many intellectual disciplines as are needed for generalized completeness. That is, ISC is merely a title denoting a description of reality that results from mixing as many avenues of thought as are required to devise the most accurate and comprehensive view of our existence.

Because the required conceptualization will depend on a number of diverse areas of investigation, ISC is also considered a natural philosophy, as opposed to a lone scientific theory, religious doctrine, or metaphysical treatise, although it must necessarily take into account large numbers of such theories, doctrines, etc., because it's stated purpose is to arrive at the most plausible view of our existence (simultaneously incorporating physics, metaphysics, theology, and so on, without restrictions on information input). Thus, the complete ISC must summarize all human knowledge, and can leave no precepts out of the whole, regardless of whether one discipline is in conflict with another.

And how is this done?

The elements that make up the ISC scenario are chosen as the empiricisms from each discipline by consensus among scholars, and all other contributors in each discipline, despite divisions among contributors, or whether an empirical statement in one discipline conflicts with that in another discipline. The criteria is simply that any given idea is to be considered "empirical" in any discipline within which it is held a fundamental concept by at least three contributors in that discipline. What is more, contributors need not be the established authorities in every discipline, but can include anyone with an interest in a given topic, and who submits information for inclusion into the ISC database.

For example, in many religions, the statement that "willful murder is an evil act" would be held as an empirical tenet of such religions. And it requires only that at least three contributors submit statements to that effect, for the statement to be accepted into the database from which ISC is constructed.

Empiricisms from a sufficiently large number of disciplines (or all, if desired) are then compared to each other, and those which are in conflict can be separated (though not disregarded) and distinguished as the Set of All Contradictions. Whatever is left over after the Contradictions are removed is the basic collection of empirical statements that form the Core of Empirical Statements for the ISC we are attempting to acquire. With that, some logical method of statement resolution can be employed to render as many Contradictions as possible into empirical statements, so the Core can be maximized.

Take the difference between evolution theory and fundamentalist creationism. Clearly the statement that "life was an accident of nature" is quite at odds with the statement that "life was given to us by a creator god". However, it is easy enough to introduce qualifiers in each of these statements, to make them empirical. Thus, we merely state: "Numerous scientists hold that life was an accident of nature." And: "Many religious people believe that life was given to us by a creator god." Thus, both sentiments are restated to make them empirical statements, so they can be included in the Core, since no decision need be made about the validity of either opinion. The empirical versions, though only slightly altered from the originals, constitute valid information input to the ISC Database Core.

One result of preliminary efforts in this respect is the conclusion that the Arts are the natural synthesis of Physics and Spirituality. This would explain, for instance, why some artistic accomplishments (musical, poetic, etc.) are referred to as being "magical" in the way they can effect us emotionally.

ISC may ultimately establish a Theory of Existence (ToE) capable of describing natural processes in both physical and theological terms, as well as explaining all other aspects of our reality. The Grand Unified Field theory sought by physicists, for example, will necessarily be included in such a theory (of course), and will serve as the fundamental conceptualization for that portion of the ToE which explains the visible universe, the current set of elementary particles, and the four basic interaction forces of nature.

There is also the added benefit that ISC may offer ways out of a wide array of modern intellectual quagmires. Consider the possibility that scientists relying on ISC may be given means of delving into ordinarily unattainable areas of research in the microcosm and macrocosm, such as supernatural phenomena, while theologians may be supplied with reputable means by which they may demonstrate, at last, the actual nature of spirit entities -- including the nature even of a supreme being (i.e., an alternate-dimensional alien with characteristics identical to a creator god).

Indeed, the first inescapable result of ISC will likely be that the hypothetical particle called the tachyon (a particle which always travels faster than light) explains some of the most puzzling questions about reality that we know. Three of these questions are: (1) What are spirit creatures made of? (2) What is quantum gravity? (3) What is thought? And the answers are: (1) Spirit creatures apparently have forms made up of tachyons. (2) Gravity quanta are probably special types of tachyons that travel between lightspeed and infinite speed. (3) Thought likely results from the ability of our physical brains to
interact with a ubiquitous but as-yet undetected superluminal energy field.

These apparently new explanations of three mysterious aspects of reality seem destined to become undeniable, according to early work in ISC.

And the notion of the tachyon can be used to explain many other phenomena, including a far-flung array both of unusual natural and of supernatural phenomena. The inevitable result, of course, as strange as it seems, would be the blurring of lines between physics and metaphysics; the elimination of differences between theoretical physicists and theologians. The eventual end, it appears, of many heated and ongoing debates, but the opening of uncounted directions of research and experiment not yet imagined.

Considering what it will take to produce an all-inclusive ISC, therefore, causes us to realize the importance of the tachyon. It is the study of the tachyon (i.e., Tachyonics) that will at-length be the endeavor through which humans are given the most accurate view of our reality -- for it presents the promise of explaining a host of things that are now referred to as "unexplained", including the nature of all paranormal phenomena.
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