Subtitle: Celebrating 3 Years of Post-modern Physics!
Today makes it 3 years since the birth of Echa and Science. It was at this exact date 3 years ago that I bought this domain and I have not looked back ever since.
So, today comes as a day of reflection for me, on how far I have gone in preaching my message. When I began Echa and Science, I had only one goal in mind, which is to share with you my knowledge of the universe.
And as you can see, 3 years later, the goal hasn’t changed, and it won’t change until I leave this world. And the central aspect of my message is post-modern physics.
So, today, I am celebrating 3 years of post-modern physics. I am celebrating 3 years of a new era of physics. I know that I still have a long way to go, but as the old saying goes, “a journey of a thousand miles begins with a step.”
This last 3 years sort of mark my three steps in this journey of post-modern physics. And I am poised to take more steps towards this great future of mankind.
There is nothing in the whole world more beautiful than knowledge, and so, today, we celebrate 3 years of knowledge. This is because what we now know of the universe in Echa & Science is the profound truth.There is nothing in the whole world more beautiful than knowledge.Click To Tweet
Also, I want to thank you all who have been with me all this while. I want to appreciate all the members of Echa and Science worldwide. You are part of the reason I’m keeping on.
Without saying, post-modern physics is really something to celebrate, and this is because it marks our progress from modern physics. And not only that, but it also enlightens us about the universe than classical or modern physics ever could.Without saying, post-modern physics is really something to celebrate, and this is because it marks our progress from modern physics.Click To Tweet
It is this depth of understanding of the universe that post-modern physics has ushered that gives me the joy to celebrate today, even as I know that there is still much to be done in some other aspects.
So, 3 years of post-modern physics is really a good indication of the progress of science and philosophy. It is the beginning of the era of endless possibilities for mankind.
This is the most exciting part of it all: mankind has entered into the era or age of endless possibilities. We are at the epoch of complete scientific mastery of the laws of the universe. And this is the ultimate goal of science.
So, we celebrate the 3 years of the pursuit of this ultimate goal, and it will only get better as we move into the future.
The birth of post-modern physics has come about by the grand will of the universe to reveal herself to us today. There is nothing much we could have done without the compromise of the universe to reveal her truth.
Post-modern physics is the defining term for the new era of physics, and of this new era, there shall be no end. This new age would spin further revelations that would reaffirm the truth of post-modern physics.
Post-modern physics is the whole meaning of the golden age of science and it is what we now celebrate its 3 years of existence. What was hidden before from our predecessors despite their pressing and honest efforts to unravel them have now been revealed to us in this generation.
I use the word “reveal” because scientific truths are spiritual, and revelation is the purest defining term for how we arrive at them no matter the method. And particularly, I have arrived at these truths by revelation. Revelation or inspired intuition is the central part of my science and my methods.
So, for this 3 years of Echa & Science, we are celebrating the revelatory journey so far to the mysteries of the universe. We are celebrating a whole new approach to interacting with knowledge where the spirit of knowledge takes center stage as the communicator of the mysteries.
And this whole celebration of 3 years of post-modern physics is also about the celebration of the new official science that is now growing from this blog.
The new official science is the one that has laid its firm grips on the metaphysical nature of the universe unlike what was possible before.
The era of denial is over when official science could not grasp the inner nature of the universe because it is metaphysical and because its processes are remote from the suppositions of physical science.
So, 3 years of Echa & Science is a celebration of our victory over the limitations of physical science.
Through physical science, we could not penetrate the universe at a deeper level that simplifies and unifies all things. And as a result of this, we were puzzled by the nature of quantum mechanics. We could not unravel what quantum mechanics was informing us about the universe.
So, we remained in the dark about the nature of the atomic and this was despite the fact that we had a very mathematically robust theory like quantum mechanics.
It was such a sad situation that some physicists had to propose or accept instrumentalism as a central principle or philosophy in quantum mechanics. This in hindsight indicates that we accepted the defeat of reason or better still realism.
However, for the past 3 years, it has been about the final triumph of reason and the unravelling of the atomic world. Reason has triumphed over ignorance and realism over instrumentalism! Realism is now once again the cornerstone philosophy of physics as it once was before.
We can no longer accept our descriptions of the atomic world as what can be said about the atomic world and not the truth of it, but we should rather present what stands as the explanation of the processes behind all quantum phenomena.
So, today, at the third anniversary of Echa & Science, we celebrate the message of post-modern physics. This message is what reverberates through all my articles, and it is also the most important thing that I think about.
Echa & Science is now 3 years old, and I have so much to celebrate, We have so much to celebrate today.
And what we have so much to celebrate is knowledge, which is the real scientific knowledge of the universe that gives us the boldness for the first time ever to say that we now understand the universe, which is where we call home.
Until next time,
I will be here.
– M. V. Echa