EINSTEIN: GOD, RELIGION & SCIENCE
PART 18: EINSTEIN: REALISM & PHYSICAL REALITY
In the name of God Master, of the Universe, Ruler of the earth
Peace be unto you. To the Church and believing Christians everywhere. To those that believe in the Bible as the supreme authority that governs all of humankind. In this we give thanks to God the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit that leads and guides us the straightway.
Einstein’s concept of realism had three main components. However we will bring up for review the first component which was his belief that a reality exists independent of our ability to observe it. As he put it in his autobiographical notes: “Physics is an attempt conceptually to grasp reality as it is thought independently of its being observed. In this sense one speaks of physical reality.” (“Einstein His Life and Universe, Walter Isaacson, p. 461).
Brethren can the Spiritual Scientist best understand and make more sense about Einstein in his belief that there are some things that are real but beyond our reach to see, hear and feel. If we know of the existence of things why can’t we observe them? There is water deep in the ocean so is the deepest ocean floor. Thus man has sought various ways to get deep in the water as he also seeks to get high in the sky. We will never know all there is to know about the great seas nor will man finalize his quest to conquer outer space.
The Methodology To Truth Is Not New
I have and we have seen a greater instance to
change and new thought a better way of
arriving at Truth, facts, knowledge and
information among those that are laboratory
scientists. Although in things social the world
is the vastest laboratory of learning.
The FreedomJournal in a dialogue with Truth noted the following:
The ancient philosophers conveyed most of their instructions in the form of dialogue. David Hume argues: "There are some subjects, however, to which dialogue writing is peculiarly adapted, and where it is still preferable to the direct and simple method of composition."
The preceding quote was taken from "Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion." Hume by way of introducing his discussion made additional statements regarding the utility of using dialogue.
"Any question of philosophy, which is so obscure and uncertain that human reason can reach no fixed determination with regard to it supports dialogue." Hume believed that the subject of natural religion and the being and existence of God is such a question. Our question also takes in the being of God as the center of Truth. Thus, God is the center-piece of the established exactness (Science) regarding the Social Sciences and thing's Spiritual. (Excerpts from “The Methodology For Obtaining Truth: Part 4: Is There A Methodology For Obtaining Truth?” Carl A. Patton, FreedomJournal Press).
Is the physical reality just as real as the social
reality? Why are there endless times of debate
in things economic, social, political, historical and
as to the environment and the psychological realm?
Can you really judge the physical reality without some
evidence of things that govern the universe?
FreedomJournal is often noted as we. Thus we will talk with Truth who may also be a union. The question before us is, "Is there a methodology for obtaining Truth?" As we look back into history we see that many of the great philosophers flirted with this notion but have mostly fallen short of explicit statements or declarations of this possibility.
Truth as the speaker renders that the time has come.
"There is a method for obtaining Truth. However, we must gather all of the facts. We also have to re-order our thinking and redefine some terms. But we must remember that God is the Center of this exact rendering of Social Science inquiry."
Man in his various disciplines of study and what is
called intellectualism looks toward the social science
arena as all encompassing although some would argue
otherwise but the reality is that all things in the way
of intellectual discourse makes its way back to social
As FreedomJournal ponders there is the inquiry.
"Well Truth do we have to re-define metaphysics? Also is there a need to add another component to metaphysics which purports to the philosophical study of the real nature of the universe. For example the composition of metaphysics includes epistemology, ontology, and cosmology. Therefore does the theory of knowledge as noted in epistemology evolve to include the Spiritual realm? Does the study of the nature of reality as espoused by ontology also evolve to include things' Spiritual? Also, for sure cosmology the theory of the origin of the universe and its laws must take on the essence of Divine origin."
But the Spiritual realm is where the greatest thought
occurs. This discipline of study which is divine allows
one to see all that can be observed the, “Spooky Action”
near and far. Meanwhile one has to unlock the methodology
toward finding the key to stop the endless debates and settle
for a right or wrong in things historical, sociological etc.
Truth (In God) you have laid a basic foundation for our departure. However, we must note further terms for our discussion. How will we explain deduction, induction and dialectics? Our dialogue also must include a new, clear and relevant understanding of antithesis, thesis and synthesis."
But what yet can be discovered among the physical reality
that is not observed or seen in social reality. Are both limited
as to observable data and information? What happens when
“Spooky Action” tampers with the realism found in determining
physical reality? I thought not as a physicist but as a social
scientist that has grown to the realm of Spiritual Science.
"Yes FreedomJournal we hear you and feel you. The most important distinction here is the division of fact and things that are not fact or true. What is the relationship of ideas and facts toward inquiry? Also does scientific inquiry need to be redefined?"
I saw as far as an intellect that was lost who did not know God.
However with my conversion I see clearly now and things not
observed become a reality in thought and in heart and mind. So
there is a divine realism that takes into account the entire land-
scape and beyond for those that truly love God and Truth.
Truth you are correct in the need to expound on certain terms that involve the development of human and scientific inquiry. But do we see scientific inquiry as the philosophers and thinkers of the contemporary school of thought?
Nevertheless, deduction and induction are the names of opposite processes of reasoning. These processes are the ways in which we think. Deduction is basically realized as the act of taking away as subtraction. Deduction also involves logic. Logic is cast as an inference from a general rule or principle. For example all animals die. Thus, a cat will die.
Finally deduction applies to the rules by which one stands with a general principle that is accepted as true. This principle is applied to a particular case. This fusion of principle and circumstance merits a conclusion that is true if the starting principle was true."
Hello Einstein, Hello Truth, Hello FreedomJournal.
Peace and Golden Paradise, Carl A. Patton a willing slave and servant of Almighty God writing for the FreedomJournal Press 27 March 2009 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.