Where does life even come from?
The basic attitude of physics, and thus of all science, is that life/ consciousness arose from the dead, unconscious, lifeless, it-like processes, therefore from the exact opposite...
Unfortunately, I have never been able to observe and verify this.
Only the opposite.
Quantum physics is crap. Although it is sold to you as revolutionary. But it is still just as dead, because it only consists of models.
Quantum mechanics is oriented towards methodology and thus above all towards verifiable experiments, but it is still too imprecise and also dead.
Whereas life and the influence of life (especially the difference between the observation and non-observation of the double-slit experiment) can at least be demonstrated and proven.
And yet it is still too imprecise.
Since the wrong basic attitudes are still assumed (otherwise the revolutionary insights would not come out).
The most accurate theory so far is still the theory of the aether. The world soul.
Which was also the recognised basis in the 19th century.
Tesla was one of the most famous aetherists and without him you wouldn't be able to read my words right now.
In the theory of the aether/ world soul, the dead emerged from the living.
That is probably why it is not (any longer) recognised by science.
The aether is, so to speak, a consciousness-god-life-field (whatever you want to call it) from which everything has manifested itself.
Nowadays this is called a quantum field or simply simulation (Elon Musk ;)).
Precisely because of the false basic attitude that everything is dead.
However, if you think it through carefully, there are only 3 possibilities:
-Life/ consciousness has always been there.
-Life/ consciousness/ subject has at some point, somehow sprung from the opposite (problem: illogical, or not explainable).
-There is no consciousness at all. Everything is still dead now and only a computer simulation/illusion in the head (neurosciences etc).
What is also funny:
if one starts from the 1st possibility as a basis, one no longer errs ahead like science, since one no longer gets tangled up in logic contradictions....
Instead, you know beforehand how things should work (because you can think it through properly) and then only have to implement it correctly.
(For a UFO, for example, the metal that has the opposite magnetic properties to copper is still missing - thus magnetically accelerating instead of decelerating - if you find it, you can get a Nobel Prize and big bucks ;) ) - well, this is just a fun fact on the side.
And that is why philosophy, especially natural philosophy, is so important.
Where does the love for Sophie (philo sophy) actually come from?
Philo Gaia Sophia
This should only be a very rough introduction to a very big topic.
I hope this has not been too much already.... 👽
I will elaborate further in the next posts.
Stay tuned. :)
and a few pictures:
and who still wants more: what does science do right now?