Scientific Research is not disastrous unless and until we know the purpose behind it. Seeking truth is the default nature of human beings of which scientific research is a fraction, not everything. Here it is explained the pros and cons of the modern scientific process and the ideal directed way of using it for real advancement.
Life comes from life provides a critical look at widely-believed assumptions and theories held by modern scientists about the origin of life. Be it the giant particle accelerator or the big bang simulators all the theories and modern scientific experiments are searching for one truth – “Where does life originate from?”
Śrīla Prabhupāda, one of the greatest philosophers and scholars of the twentieth century, analyses and uncovers the hidden and unfounded assumptions underlying two of modern science’s principal theories – the theories of the origin of life and the theory of diversity of biological species (theory of evolution).
If the whole cosmic manifestation follows the law of relativity, how can the scientist say that the conditions of this planet must apply to life on other planets?
As you get more money you can move to a better apartment. The apartment already exists, however. It is not that the lower-class apartment becomes the higher-class apartment. That is Darwin’s nonsensical theory. He would say that the apartment has become high class.
If everything was happening by chance, how can there be necessity? How can he speak of chance and necessity in the same breath? It is nonsense. If everything is directed by chance, why do people send their children to school? Why not let them grow up by chance? Suppose I break a law. If I say, “Well, it just happened by chance,” will I be excused?
Perhaps scientists can create imitations of nature, but why should we give them credit? we should give credit to the original creator, God; that is our philosophy.
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Mesmerising and captivating dialogues makes it so lucid and interesting that one who read surely forget the surroundings being immersed in.