Historical Science

Project: Historical Science
Author: Lem Chuck Moth

Started date: July/01/2018
Last updated: July/01/2018
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Many scholars consent that the enlightment movement brough Europe into a new era of discovery. Even though hidden under the canopy of an expansionist policy, the progression could be attributed to the new surge of rationality brought by the spreat of Buddhism during the Kushan era. Unfortunately, Zoroastrianist legcy was too strong for Buddhism to make its way through the power of illusion. Under the eclipse god Ra, the age of enlightment impacted Europe in a different way and induced a different outcome that Buddhism had envisioned for. Instead of bringing Europe to the ultimate salvation, it brought the progression of science and technology With all its controversial circumstances around the promotion of material wealth. Facing with strong resistance, the Buddhist movement had missed its original target that was set by the Kushan Buddhist schools. Instead of promoting spiritual gain, European Enlightment paradigm had shifted its focus to the progression of science and technology, becoming the catalyst of European drive for material gain.

One important cause of the conflict between religious school and the scientific communities during the enlightment was concerning the completeness of the physical world. We shall argue that the use of empirical method to secure the physical reality of our universe came out short of its expected result. The development of both the general relativity and the Quantum theories ended instead up in disproving the completeness of the Physical World that the scientific communities had expected. In agreement with the finding, our reference to religion as a major source for the compiling the history of humanity could be seen as viable as that of scientific fats.

The Uncompleteness of the Physical World
Realizing that the Newtonian classical mechanic does not provide all the answer for the cosmology of the deep space, Enistein formed his theory of relativity that could extends the classical reality of the physical universe in a broader range of space and time. To do so, Enistein had to recoursed to the though experiment methodology to help him undestand the whole reality of what scientific communities called later the cosmos. It turns out that this new approach was actually part of a logistical methodology that was widely practiced in the school of Brahmanim that was taught to humanity since the get-go of civilization. Through its own development, the thinking process had been part of a new technology that was used by both Hindu and Buddhist schools of thought to develop religious related knowledge. With the perfection of meditation technique, both schools used though experiments to validitate their theologies that deemed to be beneficial to humanity. By using the same method, Buddha Gautama assured to humanity that he could enter Nirvana with his own enlightment. Since he did it as a man, there is no question that humankind can accomplish the same result through their own effort. Unfortuneately, his teaching did not reach west directly as it was to the east, Carried on by the Kushans, the religion degenerated through bad pactices into a second ranking culture under the weight of Abrahamic religious schools. In the history of science, an iconic events occured during the formation of the Quantum Theory. It was about a hot debate between Einstein and his fellow scientist Niels Borh concerning the reality of the physical world by natual sense and perception. As we shall argue, the conflict was actually relflecting two different views of the theory of relativity when the spirituality is voided. For Einstein who developped the theory of relativity to help him decipher better reality in a large domain of space and time, the existence of any physical entity or effect should be secured even it is not (or could not be) observed. On the other hand, Borh who was one of the originators of the quantum theory, asserted that all reality (including the physical reality) to be conceptually relative to the observation. He claimed to derive his view from the general relativity of which Einstein had objected strongly. At the end, they came to the agreement that any physical reality has to be based on observability and to secure its empirical existence, has to be measurable as well. The conception became since the foundation of the Quantum theory that would, in the eye of scientific communities, became the base of modern physical science. As one of the leading scientists of the time, Borh deserved all the credit for his contribution to the scientific progression. Having so far revolutionize chemistry to break free from the ancient paradigm of alchemy, his atomic model brough chemistry close to its scientific expectation of the religious dogma (Notes: The Conception of Atom). Along with the theory of relativity, it is undeniable that the quantum theory brough a new reality to the physical world. Neverthe less, Borh also had his own shortfall (as any other humankind) when dealing with the reality of the physical world. As we shall argue, he was wrong on his belief that the quantum physique is complete and that reality could be constructed entirely on observation. It was the same belief that was shared by the mainstream of scientific communities of which the progression of empirical science was based upon. Unfortunately, the belief had led to a new movement of rejecting religious data that was out of empirical domain. Of its own Karma, this fundamantally flaw had contributed to the supression of religion as carried through by ideologists to surpass the political mischieving forced by the Church 's authority upon scientific communities of the past. Amid the conflict, Einstein continued on rejecting Borh's fundamental belief. His restrictive view howevr was not received well by the new generation of scientists and his viw was soon quieted down by the mainstream politic of the time. Finding out that his general theory of relativity is also not complete, Einstein spent the rest of his life working on the general theory of electromagnism. After a period of fruitless time, he came to the realization that he could not make during his life time. The acknowledgement of his failure soon after was received with mix reaction by his fellow scientists. While some saw in his revelation as an honest warning and started to accept the hard reality that the physical world is not by itself complete, the rest of scientific communities were still not ready to accept the duality of the spiritual world along side the physical world.

Meta-physical or Logistical Science
While Einstein announced his defeat on his pursuit for the theory of everything and tried to warn fellow scientists of his over expectation on science, Borh continued to have faith on his quantum theory. The two different views became since the topic of hot debate in regard to the completeness of the physical world that split the agnosticist communities into two camps. The establishment of the Copenhagen doctrine was an important landmark in reality searching because, in contrast to the theory of relativity that concerns a vast domain of space and time, the quantum theory deals with the smallest domain (of space and time) that fails the physical observation through sense and perception. Nevertheless, the doctrine so far failed Borh's expectation. The break-down of particle into quark still pose the same problem of a particle, as laboratory and thought experiments could not defines the constants that came with it. On the other hand, the conception of the String theory did not only break Borh 's original claim of the completeness of the quantum world, but also departed even more from the physical standard reality into the conception of a multiverses in a close entangling mode. In conjunction to the Meru's knowledge of Life, at least seven spiritual planes contributed to the formation and the sustainment of our physical world. As spirits from each plane constitute the source of life, the seven energies are the direct source of humanity' s vitality to the physical world. To maintain the uniqueness of its existence and its completeness, the notion of universe has to be reviewd and changed to include both the physical world and all spirital worlds as described in the Sumerian book of life. Also needed to be reviewed is the conception of science and its relationship to religion. According to Buddhist teaching, there are three levels of knowleges that constituted the Buddhist knowledge of Life. The physics (or physical science) is concerning and restricting on the knowledge of causes and effect that are within the phyical reality. In contrast, religious knowledge (or Buddhism) is concerning about both the effect of causes of spiritual world (or worlds). In Sumerian religious school, religion was generally conceived and taught by each member of the trinities (Brahma, Siva and Buddha), but through transcendal meditation, qualified ascetic figures or hermit could also gain it too. In between, the metaphysics were dealing with the effect on physical world by external causes (from the spiritual worlds). Carried by both Hindu school and BUddhism, the knowledge concerned mostly on inter-relationship between the physical world and its complementary spiritual worlds. Like Einstein had done for cosmology, logical approaches could render other space-time constraint' s field of knowledge to become a field of science. Though experiments were used extensively to affirm the reality of the effect by constructing its reality through (both empirical and logistical) known facts, with the help of concptual modeling of the hidden causes. We shall refer this new field of science as the metaphysical science and to avoid the confusion with its classical or empirical science counterpart, we shall refer it as the Logistical science. In the new paradigm, the logistical method is used to validate theories (theologies to be exact) of the Metaphysics to replace the empirical method when laboratory experiments are not possible. From that perspective, science and religion are complementing each other. As the physical world is not complete, the impirical method that was used in classical science is not relevant to the study of physical effect of more or less spiritual causes. With the separation of the physical from spiritual world or worlds (Notes: Multiworlds in the Nowledge of Life), it would be wise to limit the scope of science to a restricted domain of physics and let religion to cover the rest.

The Religious Referrance
With the ill separation between the physical and spiritual world, new generation of scientists ignored the core difference between science and religion and continued on tapping into metaphysical knowledge that were traditionally belonging to the field of religion. Adopting the Copenhagen doctrine, the spiritual world is as good as non-existents if they continued to ignore its existence. Since it was concerning about physical effects, metaphysics could be characterically mistaken as a part of empirical science. When theories were form according to the Copenhagen doctrine, deviation from existing religious dogmas are expected. For instance, the ontology of the origin of life, Forming from the conception that the physical world is complete, contradicts itself head-on with the devine creation of Meru theology. With the separation of the physical from the spiritual world coming to be accepted, the theory is clearly self-defeating. That should be the same for other theories that were formed on the same assemption based on the completeness of the physical world. To the defending of religion, we need to review back what religion is all about. To start, we shall argue that it was religion that started humanity and not the other way around as claimed by scientific communities. Through history, we shall show that the humanity as we know it started with the creation of the earth environment to suit the recovery of fallen spirits back into the godly world (Nirvana in Buddhist cosmology), long before men were created (The History of Humanity: The Genesis: The orrigin of the living gods). We also explore on hoe religion was conceived by a livinhg god and taght to humanity. Starting from the relax of mind, Hindu and Buddhist schools had perfected Medition techniques aimed at improving human kind to solve varieties of problems of different level. In a closer relationship with religion, meditation 's coricurum ranges from a simple relax state of mind to the cut off completely of the physical world from the mind so that the yugy could concentrate on the spiritual world through logistic reality. Along with chastity, hermit could obtain the same result in reaching divinity through their spirituality contact. The same way that revelation and prophecy was transcended down to hight merit's prophet in Abrahamic school of thought, hight merit yugy could request such knowled on their own from devine spirit. In Abrahamic schools, religious knowledges were mostly gained through divine revelation to prophets, but in exception for Christianity, they were taught by Jesus Christ. In between the physique and religion, the metaphysique (the mother or progenator of physique) knowledge concerns about physical effects by mix physical and spiriual causes. Having been introduced along with religion since the get-go of humanity.

Following the deterministic law of causes and effect, history could be scientifically observable. However, due to its history is space-time constraint, history could not be repeated in a laboratory constraints, but could repeat itself in a condition that all the causes are present in the same specific circunstance of space and time. Because of the extensive use of forensic method to validate its theory, history is most often referred as a forensic science. This is because forensic argument, the same as though experiment, is a form of rational reasoning using the logical rule to validate its theory. In that finding, history could be treated as a logistical science.

Relativity in History
In modern time, history could be compiled entirely from historical records that are made available through the progression of science and technology. With the influence of science, a rigorous way of writing history helps humanity in its own quest for finding the truth. Along with the progress of technology, historical records were written along with humanity development. Plenty of sources make modern history much more empirically easy to apprehend. From that conceptual progression, history could be applied to a broader range of subject ranging from a simple entity to a complex creature and its related life sustaining field of knowledge. So far, scholars had extended its application successfuly in the development of many field of scientific based knowledges. Unfortunately, the good start ended when politic started to infiltrate itself into the ream of science. It happened when the world was falling deep into the Kalayuga 's spell. Replacing religious discipline of conducting state affair, the political science was introduced into the mainstream of science without the rigorous empirical method to back it up. Based on short range observation, political science was conceived along side with new formed ideologies. Amid the chaos, Einstein's theory of relativity had brought a new form of science that took the European societies by surprise. Of its core concept, the theory implied that observation alone could be deceiving. With no less important than the theory itself, Einstein introduced to the scientific communities the use of thought experiment in solving related problems of space and time. Using logic as its rationality base, the new mothodology provides rigorous rationality for all space-time related knowledges. Without it, cosmology and many more logistic knowledges could not be understood properly. The compilation of the deep past history however is always a challenge. Going back time, historical records are less and less available that forced scholars to create their own theories to patch-up the missing links. Mostly inducted from a rather small collection of historical data that were available to them through acheology, historians made their own construction to fill out the gap. Discrepencies were then expected as bias view due to political afiliation of modern time also created a big impact on the scientific community as a whole. Found to be of human nature, mistakes were mostly due to the space-time constrained of the historical records that were magnified by political bad practices. During the colonization, it was well known that western scholars were in their worst habit of using history to justify their colonial drive with no concerns of the long range outcome. Following their man-made revolutionary conception, the suppression of the past is the norm to carry on their new world order. history was virtually rewritten. To avoid backdrops due to human natural and political biases, scholars recoursed to scientific method to restrain political intervention in the compilation of the modern history books. Acheology, Linguistic study and DNA analysis are among new scientific branches that so far provided positive contribution to the historical science. The major draw-back is that historical records are space-time constraint and could not be by any mean reproduced in a laboratory environment. Conforming history into empirical discipline is not only troublesome, but also is by far impossible. Like Einstein had done for cosmology, though experiment is critical in verifying the chronology of the historical events that derived from empirical findings. With the availability of scientific dating, acheology had been so far critical of human misinterpretation. Efforts should be made the same to improve the accuracy of the event dating from the linguistic and DNA analysis. At the mean time, we need to explore all available sources that deem to provide us with additional information of the past. One of such sources is religion. As we had argued, humanity started and progressed in close connection with religion. we shall argue further that recorded prehistorical data of humanity were mostly available through religion. Excluding them from the current practice of compiling history books is what made modern history in general, incompleted. As any thing else that is related to space and time, history is subjected to the law of relativity. While the history of each country of the world had been developped fairly as separate entity, the unified history of humanity as a whole is still lagging behind. At this moment in time, we don't even know when and how humanity actually started. Western schools so far dated the European civilization as far back to the Greek Empire. After Alexander the Great launched his massive campaign over the Near East and Mesopotamia, Greek scholars found out that Middle East was once the site of a great ancient culture. They furthermore realized that Greece was not the first civilization of the world. Aristotle had mentioned about the Atlantian Culture that might have been the forefront of the all European Culture. Unfortunately, his enlightment was soon forgot when European societies experience grow under the progression of science and technology. One of such bad practices seen in the history of science is the ontology's origin of life. By extending Darwin's theory of evolution, scientists expected the new scientific field to break free from ancient religious dogma. To get to their result, they concepted the theory not from facts by scientific observation, but by imagination. The scientific experiments so far done successfully in laboratory was the formation of complex amino-acid 's molecule that constitute the basic ingredient of a cell. Beyond that, nothing else could be accomplished to include the formation of life of a single cell organism. That would not stop them from formulating the origin of life through the natural process of evolution and rejecting the religious claim of creationism. Hoping that future empirical proof would comes along the way to support their theory, they published the ontologgy origin of life as an extention of Darwin theory of evolution despise strong objections from religious communities. Needless to say, the theory continue to receive supports from their own scientific communities that gave their approval not from the result of their own observation, but by their bias view already set against the religious dogma. Without the checking from other views for contradition, Einstein 's general relatvity tell us that the human perception alone could be deceiving.

The Effect of Time (Kali Kala)
With all the possible distortion, care should be taken to make sure that historical records provide accurate information about the reality of the events that took place without being corrupted by politic, Also critical is the need to secure the total comprehensivity of all the events as they are compiled and integrated together as part of the overall history book. After the renaissance, their success venture had led Europe to start on their worldwide exploration and colonization. their success story had led to the wrong perception that Europe was in fact the center of the world's civilization. Forgetting completely the Atlantian ancestral Culture, investigation have been made about the source of the Sanskrit language and the Aryan Culture of which they strongly believed to have a strong connection with European past. With the claim of Aryan supremacy, Europe gave itself the right to dominate the worthrough colonization. To strenghten their position evenmore, European historians rewrote the world history to support their own Aryan connection. Theories were introduced to replace local historical sources that were discredited on the ground that they did not fit the western standard. Nationalities were introduced mostly from the result of linguistic base analysis, rather than a deeper study on cultural background and distinct life-style that constituted their true identity. Following the colonist foothsteps, local historians who were of western educated background continued on the colonial tradition of denying local history and the promotion of new nationalities. Many of them who happened to be of migrant background supported the new nationalities that legetimized them as part of the new nation' s power elite. that according to the Buddhist teaching, became the primary cause of human suffering. and that the evolution of the physical world is subjected to both continuos and catastrophic events. By the end of the colonial rule, western education became the standard educational system of Southeast Asia. Along with its new coricolum, history was taught according to the western published history's books. While the details are plausible according to the scientific method, to describe the course of the events, Native scholars who happened to have still insight of their past story noticed fundalmental flaws in the new published books, but were qieted down when they voiced theirs concerns. To make the matter worst, migrant scholars of cinicized background who happened to be graduated from western high academic schools also have their own theory of Southeast Asian history. Conforming to the colonial bias view, they introduced new nationalities of their own not as migrants, but as the masters of the land (Notes: Modern Southeast Asia History Books).

Unlike Cosmology that preserved its past throught its traveling image, humanity was incurring changes through a series of evolution from its start to finish. This contrast make the history of humanity much more complex than historians could imagine. Even at this current stage where recording method and mean are made easier theorgh computerization, history always fall short when it comes to humanity 's development. Going back in time, such historical inforamtion became less and less available making the prehistory of humankind much more challenging than anticipated. In that finding, we shall looks for discrepency of its historical information through conventional means that are available today.

Tradition as a Source of Prehistoric Data
One of the least explored among historical sources is tradition. Unlike written records, custom and tradition presented many challenges to modern historian of secular view. The major drawback that concerns them the most is the authenticity and the accuracy of the sources. In modern societies, customs and cultures are often mixed and changed occurred due to external interference. As educated members are open to new knowledge and use them to benefit themselves and their communities, customs could change overnight. To make the matter worst, fictional myths were freely introduced to spice up old beliefs or new tradition in the efforts to make them appealing to modern audience. Going back in time, less and less interference allowed ancient societies to preserve their customs through the elapse of time with little or no distortion. In Southeast Asia, rich prehistoric records are still available through tribesmen living at the mountainous or dense forest areas whose knowledge of their past had been taught from generation to generation by the words of mouth. Left alone, they are masters of their environment and happy the way they are. If there are no great natural disasters or epidemic outbreaks that could affect their courses of life, they were mostly self-sufficient and live harmoniously with nature the best that they know how. As their tradition stayed on and pretty much preserved, they are as good as living records of their past (Notes: Fictional vs Non-fictional Myths). Southeast Asia as well as the pacific islands are still home of such societies that, through their tradition, reveal different stage of civilization after the Great Flood. Beside oral tradition, their current lifestyles and societies are priceless historical information to be uncovered. In complementation to conventional historical data, proper deciphering through scientific means would yield additional information that could be used to complete the missing links that otherwise are not available in other sources. Taken out of possible distortion, ancient myths and folklore were too important to ignore that could solve many of the prehistoric enigmas still presented to human kind of today.
The story that involves the interference of a god in the establishment of Austroasiatic societies reflects the association of higher spiritual divinity in the development of Southeast Asia. The story was later echoed in many places of the mainland with the Austroasiatic Culture being spread by the grand children of the god Bok Kei on both the plain and the hilltops. This God's intervention could also explain the pre-historical presence of the Austroasiatic societies at the Himalayasn footsteps by the existence of the Austroasiatic language still spoken in small communities of the region. Although sparingly distributed among the Dravidian and Tibeto-burman tongues some Austroasiatic tribes still subsisted.

Religious Mythology
Due to the complexity of God intervention in humanity, religious data was often scripted in myths. Metamorphism had to be considered when interpreting ancient religious scripture in modern time. Through the law of relativity, their intended meaning were often distorded through time and space during the development of humanity. Fictional and non-fictional myths were both expected to be present in the teaching of religious scripture (Notes: Religious Mythology vs fictional Myths). It could be distinguished between fictional and non-fictional myths (Prehistory: Introduction: Tradition as a Source of Prehistoric Data). Religious mythology was found to be containing . In a natural development, we shall see that the use of fictional myths was depending upon how the religion was created and applied to the general audience. It is found to be a common practice that religious laymen added theirs own commentary when preaching. To make it more appealing to general audience, fictional myths are often added to support theirs view. With the elapse of the time, original myths were tainted and became distorted while fictional myths were accepted as part of the religious practices. Within Buddhist communities, the Hinayana (the small vehicle) school of Buddhism was taught following Buddha's teaching and mythology was restricted to the bare minimum necessity. On the other hand, Mahayana (the big vehicle) Buddhism allowed more freedom to include fictional mythology in their teaching to the need of the general audience. It could be said the same for other so called religions of today as well. Southeast Asia was actually the source of most the myths that were found first inscribed in ancient Sumerian tablets and later included in western scriptures. Accounts of the Torah and the Bible's book of Genesis could also be regarded as refined stories of the Sumerian folklore brought by the Meru court to Middle East. It is interesting to note that many other versions, were also found spreading around the world (Civilization: Notes: Manu Vaisvata). Their disparity could be explained as the outcome of the overall mixing of languages imposed by God among men. That could be said also about the Sumerian Account of Creation (Enuma Elish) and of the flood Myth (Atrahasis) since they were mostly compiled outside of the Meru Culture.

Unlike Cosmology that preserved the cosmos' past throught its traveling image, humanity was incurring changes through a series of evolution from its start to finish. This contrast make the history of humanity much more complex than historians could imagine. Even at this current stage where recording method and mean are made easier theorgh computerization, history always fall short when it comes to humanity 's development. Going back in time, such historical inforamtion became less and less available making the prehistory of humankind much more challenging than anticipated. In that finding, we shall looks for discrepency of its historical information through conventional means that are available today.

The Origin of Humanity
The earliest information so far of the origin of humanity was from Southeast Asia. It started with the devine settlement on earth as recounted by the Bahnar Roh, one of the subgroups of the Khmer-Mon stock (MGRV: The Bahnar: Legendary History).
The god Bok Kei, having created the earth, searched unsuccessfully among the lesser gods to rule over the New World. His two Children, a boy and a girl, playing nearby, observed their father's dilemma and offered to take the job. Before sending them to the earth, the father took them on a pleasure trip to the moon. There he put each child into a drum, and hurled it down to the earth.
The children, after they got out of the drum, built their own house and lived separately. One night, the god Bok Kei caused his son to be in the same bed of his daughter. Realizing that it was the wish of their father, they then lived together as a couple and had children.
Soon the girl gave birth to a hundred eggs that hatched into a hundred male and female children: fifty went to live in the plains, and fifty stayed in the mountains with their parents.
The tradition indicated clearly an extraterrescial origin of the gods that started with the two offsprings of the God Bok Kei whom the creation of the earth was also credited to. Their offsprings would later spreat themselves into the globe and constituted the race of gods as acknowledged later in both Hindu and Buddhist tradition (Notes: The Naga Race). Many human communities through out the globe still retained tradition about theirs gods establishing with them and taught them the ways of living. It was how humanity started. Their tradition also confirm that at first they could go back to theirs extraterrestial home (through a silver ladder) and could travel through their elaborate carrier. Brahmanism stated that they were from the Brahma world. Earth became a place where they could detach themselves from sensitive restraints that prevent them from going back to their original self of whicfh Buddhist calls the reahm of enlightment. Buddhist tradition alson confirm that during their early days, many of them came to earth and Buddhas were of high numbers as an old slogan says " you could not walk on the surface of the earth without stepping on the bone of a Buddha". After many generions intermingling with earthly creatures, the situation changed and as many became mortal and were not able to go back to their extraterrestial ream. As intermingling with earth creatures became the norm, humanity started to weight in into the enlightment process. As enlightment is hard to chieve, a higher authority to lead the way became the next revolution of human species. Born with hight spirituality, a Buddhisatva reincarnates many times to teach morality to humanity and to rule the world according to the Budhist law of dharma. After attaining his own enlightment, he became known as the supreme Buddha to reign over humanity until the end of his kappa.

  1. Observability of scientific Effect
    In theory, the determinictic feature of the causality law allows any effect to be reproduced and observed in a laboratory enviroment. It was from this observability that classical science is based upon. It turn out that the empirical method applied only the field of science with spaceless and timeless causes while effect of either space or time constraint could only be observed in a real manifestation when all the causes are present.
  2. Bias View or Relative Truth
    Einstein 's theory of relativity became a convenient scientific tool for politicians to carry on their political agendas. Instead of emphasizing on finding the absolute truth, bias view or relative truth were purportely justified to support the colonial drive. In the promotion of their ideologies of the modern time, the Cold War continued on to plague humanity for the benefit of colonial powers and their subordinators.
  3. Multiworlds in the Nowledge of Life
    The Sumerian cosmology divided the universe into many worlds of both Physical and spiritual. As described in the Meru's knowledge of Life, their union would form the complete universe as one. With that separation, it is clear that science and religion should have their separate domain, AS empirical method is better fit to the application of physical reality only, The failure to do so created dilemma that became the big scientific paradox of the enlightment era. Undeniable, the empirical method could provide assistane to religion in verifying physical effects that are due to spiritual causes.
  4. Bias View or Relative Truth
  5. The Conception of Atom
    The conception of Atom is not new to European scientific communities. Right after the enlightment of Buddha Gautama, evidences show the notion of atom had been available to Greek scientific communities along with the start-up of European Enlightment era. Greek phylosophers and scientist Democritus already talked about Atom as the basic incredience of Chemistry. Nevertheles, the empirical verification of the atomic reality came later along with its various proposed models of presentation.
  6. Borh Atomic Model
  7. Religious Model of Atom
  8. The Birth and Death of a complex physical Organism
    On the other hand, the Big-bang theory even goes further to postulate the birth of our universe is progenated also by the black hole.
  9. The religious Conception of Life and Death
    As anything else in the physicle world, particle exists in two different states, which are life and death. In the physical reality, particle is by far the basic reality of the physical world and exists as matter and is by far perceived as the constituant of life of this physical world. In contrast, religion considers energy as the contituent for life and that it exists after the death of the physical body. When the particle is transformed itself into wave, it is no longer exist as a matter.
  10. Modern Southeast Asia History Books
    Started with the Indianization and ended with the Cinicization, modern history books have portrayed Southeast Asia to have always been subjected to colonization. The bias view correlated Southeast Asia into becoming one of the hot seat of worldly colonization to be exploited by both the colonists and theirs migrant supporters. Forced to retract back into their countries, the colonial powers still find in Southeast Asia, colonial legacies that are ready to support them for the westernization of Southeast Asia. Now that the colonial rule is over, it was the new migrant power-elite of hight western educated background who could bring Southeast Asia into modern time western dependency.
  11. The Universe vs the Physical Wprld
    Referring the physical world as the universe risk the misconception that it is a complete system. The religious knowledge of Life taught us that for the physical world to sustain its own exixtence, it has closely intermingled with all the seven spiritual planes. In this perspective, the complete universe is actually a multiverse that includes in its layers seven spiritual planes and the Nirvana plane on top of them.
  12. The Absolute Truth
    cosmology was perceived to provide the ultimate reality of the real world, but not the absolute truth of the universe. As cosmology was perceived as a part of science, only science could provide better picture of the real world. Conforming to the fact that Einstein actually built cosmology on the geometry analysis of the Cartesian coordinate system. Einstein 's presentaion of the cosmos as a space-time curve applied only to the physical world that applies to the positive part of the axis only. One particular paradox is about the time traveling over the speed of life that end up with the traveler to go physically back in time. The problem is that the past is referenced by the negative part of the tme axis that is restricted by the square -root of the equation i*i=-1, implying that the travel to the past is possible only in the imaginary world, but is totally absurd in the real world. As a consequence, we agree with Eistein that no matter of the real world could travel faster than the speed of light.
  13. Religious View on Cosmology and Ontology
    Hindu used the same method in the meditation process to attain higher truth since the get-go of humanity, On the other hand, Buddhism has its own stricter discipline in using the method to attain the ultimate truth of the complete enlightenment.
  14. Buddhist Cosmogony
    According to Buddhist cosmogony,Jumbudvipa had been the home town of four buddhahoods already. It meant that humanity should have its history started in our current world, at least since the first Buddhahood was born as a buddhisatva. Since there is no historical data from previous kappa left to look on, we limit our study on the last Kappa that was ruled by Buddha Gautama.
  15. Proof of Darwinist Natural Selection Process
    Started with Dawin 's special theory of microevolution, they extended the concept of natural selection to a more complexe domain of macroevolution of all species as well. Hoping that along the way they would unearth more fossil to support thei theories, they presented the general theory of natural selection as of scientific fact. At the same time, other scientist also introduced their own theories of the origin of life along with the same unproved scientific branch. Despite the fact that archeology failed to unearth more fossil records to support their claim, they still sustain theirs theories with the hope of future discoveries.
  16. The Naga Race
    The characteristic of laying eggs that hatch into offsprings is iconic to the reproduction of the naga race. This Naga identity was later connected t6 offsprings of Meru who through Hindu cosmogony started on spreading the Meru culture around the globe. Intermingling with earth creatures gave birth to seven subraces; each one constituted to the head of the phujanga, Among them were the bull, the lion and the phoenix races that constituted the current leadership of the world today.