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Life is the specific work generated by the transformation of the inert energy

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Life is the specific work generated by the transformation of the inert energy

Science keeps silent about God

 

 

A scientist defined the life or awareness as the sound generated from the blowing of drum by stick. Neither drum, nor the stick nor the inert energy applied through the human hand in blowing is the sound. The sound is only the mechanical work form of inert energy that is generated by the transformation of the inert energy in a specific system called drum, stick and beating of the drum. Similarly, neither food, nor oxidation of food, nor the inert energy, nor the nervous system is life. Life is the specific work generated by the transformation of the inert energy in this specific nervous system.

 

It is good to analyze the life or awareness through science, which is the proven logic developed by practical experiments. The ancient logic [Tarkam] is also analysis of the items of creation without the proof of experimental knowledge. Hence, the ancient logic may be true or not, since it is only theory developed by thinking process of brain. In fact, there is no difference between science and ancient logic in essence since both deal with the analysis of items of creation only. Conservative people think that ancient logic deals with God.

 

It is totally wrong. The ancient logic never agrees to God because God is beyond analysis and logic means only analysis. By that way, science also keeps silent about God. Ignorant people, unaware of the subject of logic, falsely think that logic is related to God and science is related only to the analysis of creation. The reason for this is that the ancient logic is in Sanskrit language.

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