Such is reminiscent of Old Major Chairman Mao who all but obliterated Chinese history and the evolutionary excellence Chinese ancestors have contributed to humanity, resulting in today's Chinese youth not having a clue as to who native Chinese such as Lao tze, Chuang tze are, of the influence of Buddha's teachings affecting Chinese life for millennia, or of the substantial contributions they've made through Taoism and Buddhism and their extraordinarily positive influences around the world.
Rupert Sheldrake clearly articulates properly disposed breadth of mind germane to scientific dispositions, while contrasting such healthy-mindedness with the current state of affairs by most of whom define what science is today, a nefarious dementia of intellectual and moral perversity that is the very antithesis of what science actually is.
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The Scientific Creed
4. The laws of nature are fixed. They are the same today as they were at the beginning, and they will stay the same forever.
10. Mechanistic medicine is the only kind that really works.
The Credibility Crunch For The “Scientific Worldview”
Is Matter Unconscious?
Minds That Deny Their Own Reality
Think of reality as made up of countless gazillions of ‘bubble moments’, where each bubble is both physical and mental—a bubble or quantum of sentient energy…. Each bubble exists for a moment and then pops! and the resulting ‘spray’ is the objective ‘stuff’ that composes the physical pole of the next momentary bubble… Time is our experience of the ongoing succession of these momentary bubbles of being (or bubbles of becoming) popping in and out of the present moment of now. We feel this succession of moments as the flow of the present slipping into the past, always replenished by new moments of ‘now’ from an apparently inexhaustible source we objectify as the future… The future does not exist except as potentials or possibilities in the present moment—in experience—which is always conditioned by the objective pressure of the past (the physical world). Subjectivity (consciousness, awareness) is what-it-feels-like to experience these possibilities, and choosing from them to create the next new moment of experience.26