Any scientific theory or law gets revised according to continuous research and new findings

RathnashikamaniStarred Page By Rathnashikamani, 22nd Apr 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/3fwr6k64/
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Steve Kinsman wrote a Wikinut page titled, "Teaching Creationism in our Public Schools" (please see the link at the end) and there are many views expressed by other writers and readers in connection with the content in that page.

I wrote this page to express my views.

Everything we think and express is philosophy

First of all let us know that every thought of us to analyse anything that comes to our mind is philosophy.

That means every human is a philosopher. Philosophy is our nature. We are made to think until we're unmade.

Nature made us humans, and we humans are naturally thinkers and everyone who has a mind is a philosopher.

As philosophers, we have some faculties to express ourselves. A philosopher who expresses their thinking and findings can be categorized according to their expression of the subject.

We invent and discover the things. Here, when I say 'things' I mean anything that is matter and thought.

Our thoughts flow for ever. We think alike and/or opposite. Because that's what we're made of.

We analyse the facts and findings.

We analyse the facts and findings. Everything that is proven for the time being cannot become a law or theory abruptly.

Whatever is said, in the ancient scriptures and literature, and in modern science as well, is subject to personal analysis of anyone who thinks to know about what is said.

Science evolves by research and experiments.

Every law of science has limitations. Any scientific theory defines a subject broadly based on the observations.

When scientists agree with theories, they formulate laws out of the findings from those theories.

But all theories and laws always undergo further research as new thinking emerges in the minds of evolving scientists.

Teaching Creationism in our Public Schools

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
22nd Apr 2013 (#)

I completely agree - we are indeed all philosophers, and none of us can know the absolute truth. Great post, Rathnashikamani. Thank you.

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
22nd Apr 2013 (#)

In scientific pursuit also change is the only constant. There is creative destruction and we learn and unlearn everyday. We need to keep our minds and ears open in every aspect of knowledge and belief - siva

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
22nd Apr 2013 (#)

Rathna my dear friend . God has given you wisdom . We are all indeed philosophers, but I try not to lean on my own understanding of matters that are too great for me ....such as this heady subject . However , when I asked the Lord to reveal His truth in the matter of time , creation , and evolution , the reply I felt in my spirit was , ' Don't be concerned with the matters that have gone , but be concerned with what is to come .Each day has enough concerns of its own , so take one day at a time , and live wisely in it , and keep waiting for His return , as it will happen , and do not get caught up in futile thinking, but trust in His word '
God bless you always .
Stella >I<

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author avatar Retired
22nd Apr 2013 (#)

That's what I learned in philosophy-we are creative thinkers and curious. Great share! :-)

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author avatar Retired
22nd Apr 2013 (#)

Great post, Rathna-ji---look forward to reading part II. Namaste, rd

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author avatar Delicia Powers
22nd Apr 2013 (#)

wonderfully put....I in my own small vision can not limit whatever tools
God chose to use- great post and wisdom thank you Rathnashikamani

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author avatar cnwriter..carolina
22nd Apr 2013 (#)

I like this information very much Rathna...thank you

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author avatar Mariah
22nd Apr 2013 (#)

As do I
Mariah

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author avatar johnbee
23rd Apr 2013 (#)

Good write. Thought must be considered from every aspect thoughj.

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author avatar Songbird B
23rd Apr 2013 (#)

Great Star page dear friend, your wisdom and insight always shines through in your articles Rathna..\0/x

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author avatar Creativepro
22nd May 2013 (#)

Really nice thoughts to pen down..

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author avatar James Sirois
24th May 2013 (#)

We are all philosophers, that is so true.Our philosophies may differ, but that is what makes us unique individuals. I believe that we are all here for a reason, a purpose, but I cannot spend outrageous amounts of time worrying about why. instead, I choose to just know that I AM ! Namaste my friend..Jim

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author avatar PSRemeshChandra
31st May 2013 (#)

Philosophy undertakes the thinking about and the analyzing of things first. Based on the facts it gathers and the findings it arrives at, Philosophy forms hypotheses, at a time when science is not yet able and equipped enough to put them to tests. When science becomes able and equipped enough to do so, these hypotheses of the philosophers are either proved into and established as theories or discarded. By that time, Philosophy would have moved to other new speculations and formed other new hypotheses. Philosophy is the mother of science. It progresses through science and into science.

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author avatar Funom Makama
3rd Jun 2013 (#)

This is great. I am seriously working on some materials to share with us here and these materials will cover issues like this. I really love this school of thought.. But what is the role of science in our school of thoughts? Do we forcefully attach scientific facts of our reasoning, or science actually give birth to our theories? If evolutionists say Man came from Ape just because our DNA with the Ape is 98% similar, does this singular scientific fact serve as an evidence (as they claim) or is just a mere suggestive correlation to their theory? All these points I am seriously working on and I hope they will educate and enlighten us the more.

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author avatar cnwriter..carolina
4th Jun 2013 (#)

yes another of your fascinating pages...thank you

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