Truth, Relative? ~ Edwin Chavez

To know and experience the truth has an eternal impact on human life. After all, when it comes to issues of purpose and eternity, we really can’t afford to be wrong and we must rethink things when we see bees flying, defying the laws of aerodynamics.

This weeks discussion over consciousness and the mind, which made everything else seem almost trivial by comparison, can be connected to the concept of ‘tabula rasa’ or ‘the blank slate.’ This is the notion, proposed by John Locke, that we are born knowing nothing and that our experiences shape us, filling up our “slate.” It is agreed upon that the way we think, our perception, is influenced by our genetics and nurture: social/cultural influences, role models, nutrition, books, peer groups. The meeting of personalities, of ideas and knowledge, is like the contact of two chemical substances; if there is any reaction, both are transformed.

However, for instance, you can believe, think, “perceive” you’re healthy but you truly might not be. Your health is relative to actual causes and effects as reflected by biofeedback tools, the more you use these tools to analyze, the more accurate the state you’re in is true to reality. Not to say that your thoughts don’t affect your health, they do, in such ways that quantum physics and zero point energy affect you. You can’t know that something is sweet until you taste something bitter. By this same application, you can know something is not true by refuting the opposite. For i.e., say we only find white swans all around the planet, so we conclude that swans are always white; however, the appearance of just one black swan disproves our theory. You can perceive you’re taller, stronger, faster, but these all can be refuted in relation to someone else.

Take this 10 second test to explore synaptic wiring. Did 98% of us experience the same results? Here’s another one. We all change our perception after being introduced by way of experience every piece of knowledge. Muhammad Ali said that the man who views the world at 50 the same as he did at 20 has wasted 30 years of his life. As our knowledge expands the number of things that have to be explained is growing and staggering.

Now, who doesn’t like parables right?

In the “Bee Movie,” it opened with the famous saying “According to all known laws of aviation, there is no way a bee should be able to fly.” Scientists said that physics showed that a bee can’t fly, or that the mathematic calculations don’t square with that reality. The voice later said, “Bees, of course, fly anyway, because bees don’t care what humans think is impossible.” In hindsight, the laws of aerodynamics are quite different for bees and other insects. Similarly, so far, the natural laws we’ve conceived do not apply to our Creator like in the bee phenomena unless, we find a flaw in a law or introduce one in the same manner we did with quantum mechanics, a great challenge indeed. According to recent studies in quantum mechanics have shown that there are many things that apparently function outside of the three-dimensional world that we are familiar with.

I think being challenged is vital to our health. If we don’t keep challenging ourselves into finding the truth, we increase the chances of acquiring Alzheimers, it is “comprehensive” to note that if we don’t use our brain and stop building neurons, then we lose them much like we lose muscle for not working out no matter how optimistic your views over staying healthy are.

Now more complicated, I didn’t believe in telekinesis until I researched it and was able to move matter solely with ‘my’ mind — anyone can do this by starting with something light, balanced in a needle /to reduce friction, one just has to research the egeley wheel or search for energy wheel on Youtube. There’s plenty of suppressed knowledge out that we are just not aware of. Like Albert Einstein said, “Reading, after a certain age, diverts the mind too much from its creative pursuits. Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking.”

Now more profoundly, if there is a creator of time, space, and energy (matter) then it must be something that is outside of time, space, and energy. This fourth x-factor is unknown by our current 3-dimensional model; sounds familiar with the bee story? We currently do not know enough of the fundamental principles. Conversely, nobody can tell the percentage used of our brains until its limitations can be specified, a ‘job’ that is not within our reach.

Which brings to the falsehood of proposed “facts” that we just use 10% of the brain; no, we already use 100% of it. “The silent cortex?” … The professor was absolutely right in doubting that we don’t use 90 percent of our brain (the cortex), that amount is too expensive to maintain and utilizes a large supply of energy resources. What’s the point of millions of years of careful adaptation tuning to develop the very large and complex human brain then? As it was taught in my summer introductory psychology class, although we don’t use every part of our brain constantly, we do use just about all of it at some point throughout the course of a given day. The truth is that if all the neurons of the brain were generating action potentials at the same time, it is highly likely it will crash like a PC at 100% capacity: we all have experience this. We have the cortex reserved for processing our abstract thinking/ imagination/ creativity. We need that much space for that powerful process.

Almost everyone can agree that our perception has cultural bias/ perseverance; we tend to stick to our beliefs. True, art is based upon our perception, it fluctuates, but reality depends on truth; you can either live a lie or a truth. Memory and making neuron connections can be created ‘artificially’ as shown in psychology studies where children were repeatedly told something false of which they used to testify as the truth later on. You can believe in the symbolism of an art piece but the artist or creator knows the truth behind it because he created it. In class, we discussed whether we create our truth by generating our own meanings. We know the truth is true through the usage of science. Science is an invaluable tool we use to uncover the wonders about His creation. So, it is the aim of science to establish that which is the ‘reciprocal connection of objects’ and events.

Galileo said that the aim of science is not to open the door to infinite wisdom, but to set a limit to infinite error. Concerning the talk on evidence that violent TV viewing causes more violent behavior: we can all agree and have seen that children often learn by mimicking the actions they observe, and several studies have shown associations between the content of television watching and children’s subsequent behavior. However, this research points to a correlation rather than causation, since children who are more predisposed to violence or have worse parental supervision may choose to watch more social/cultural influences violent TV. “Correlation” is not “causation,” so when we ask if there is a correlation with synchrocity and events we’re saying if happenings contribute to an event in any subtle way, if they’re connected by meaning, by resonance, rather than by causality. That is to say, by way of resonance, ourselves interfere with life and events, growing a plant with love, it has been proven, will outgrow the other one that was not grown with love, it manifests.
In a drawing, you can perceive that an object is bigger than the other but in reality they might be the same size or the opposite like in the many illusions out there. Thus the truth is unalterable by your thinking and feelings. Thoughts are powerful as explored in quantum mechanics. There’s sufficient evidence of the spiritual world, you just have to pursue it, and ther’e a lot of suppressed knowledge. Relative truth tends to argue that anyone’s viewpoint is just as valid as anyone else’s viewpoint; that we all have our own truth. Then why in the world do teachers turn around and grade the papers according to their truth and not ours.

On a final note, there IS free-will: His Word states that you “MAYETH;” not that you THOUDST OR MUST, meaning that we have a choice when it comes to our actions (Cain and Abel story). From my experiences, I do believe that our thoughts, actions, and intents do have effects on events and processes, quantum mechanics— RADIONICS and resonance, play a large role in happenings. Knowledge is power!

For the apple question, besides our combination of sensory impressions telling us it’s green (although artificial stimuli can trick us into feeling or seeing things by way of modern biotech), it is very comprehensible that an apple is green because its “determined” wavelength dictates that to us. The tool we use to determine this wavelength is in accordance with nature’s ways (laws) which are determined by the consistent reciprocity of objects. The data is not useless to a colorblind world since the wavelength of objects is important for a # of things like its heat absorption. On a hot day a green shirt will burn you more than a blue one. The root of the matter is whether cause and effect is true. Can we make distinctions between ‘certainty’ and uncertainity? Yes.
So ye’ for absolute truth and free-will. For the things we haven’t uncovered there remains uncertainty for without the element of uncertainty, the bringing off of even, the greatest business triumph would be dull, routine, and eminently unsatisfying. Aha! haha ehe … hrm *cough*….. haha!


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