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I have found out that in my blog articles I usually criticize physical observations for only three absolute reasons. It is always about any of these three reasons and I have decided to bring them together and conceptualize them in this article.
Firstly, what is physical observation? Physical observation can be referred to as our so far means of observing and investigating the universe based on the utilization and engagement of our physical tools which operate to produce results from which we deduce the laws of the universe.
The above definition is somewhat long, but to appeal to brevity, physical observation is the kind of observation that is dependent on the physical eyes or senses.
Post-modern physics now teaches us to criticize this method of approaching the laws of the universe and for three important and absolute reasons that I want to share with you in this article. But before I do, I want to let you know that physical observation can no longer endure or serve as the means by which we investigate and seek to access the laws of the universe.
There is now an important shift in the way in which we investigate and approach the laws of the universe. This new method is what I sometimes refer to as metaphysical observation, but since it is very different from physical observation, it will suffice to understand it as the method by which we capture the transcendent subtlety of the universe as taught us by absolute science.
The limits of physical observations have now become exposed and with this exposure comes an inevitable distrust of physical observation as a means to access nature’s laws. And the first reason among the three absolute reasons why physical observation is not enough is what I call the ontological reason.
The Ontological Reason
Ontology is an aspect of philosophy that deals with the nature of being, and in a scientific manner, it is applied as an aspect that deals with the very nature of the universe, whether it is physical or metaphysical.
So, if the universe is physical, then physical observation is enough to provide us with the true laws of the universe, but if the universe is metaphysical, then physical observation cannot provide us with the true laws of the universe.
The above is a simple presentation of the central argument post-modern physics raises in science, and as it reveals to us that the universe is metaphysical, we have inevitably hit the limit of physical observation.
There is no way physical observation can be a fitting method of observing and accessing the laws of the cosmos. Post-modern physics exposes the deep subtleties of the universe in a manner that arouses our suspicion against physical observation.Post-modern physics exposes the deep subtleties of the universe in a manner that arouses our suspicion against physical observation.Click To Tweet
We are now being exposed to the true metaphysical laws of the universe which are beyond the domain of physical observation. The new scientific tradition denies the physical just as the old scientific tradition denied the metaphysical.
Our reliance on physical observation is no longer justifiable considering even the mysteries that confronted modern cosmology one of which is the immense unobservable and theoretically unaccountable energy density of the universe which was referred to as dark energy.
The whole matter in the universe was reported to make up 5% of the universe! This was one of the important indications that we have approached the limits of physical observation. We can no longer continue to depend on our powerful telescopes to view the wider universe but by using the higher perception of thought or metaphysical observation.
The same applies to our use of microscopes to view the smaller universe. All methods of physical observation cannot expose to us the true laws of the universe which are in their nature imprinted on absolute space and time.All methods of physical observation cannot expose to us the true laws of the universe which are in their nature imprinted on absolute space and time.Click To Tweet
Even our physical observation of everyday motion can no longer hold. This is because motion is a metaphysical phenomenon and not a physical phenomenon no matter how apparently convincing it might be.
Newton and his contemporaries that produced the first scientific revolution led us on this erroneous path of physical observation which became consolidated by Newton’s laws of motion. But his laws of motion did not take into consideration the metaphysical nature of motion.
This oversight is the root cause of the conceptual crisis that befell physics in the modern era. We cannot understand the universe by physical observation which has now become relegated as a lower level way of perceiving the universe.
Thus, the ontological reason why physical observation is not enough is that the universe is a metaphysical place and we have to ascend to the higher metaphysical way of observing the universe or else we will fall short of ever discovering the unified laws of the universe.
The metaphysical universe informs us of how our tools which are important parts of physical observation extend in absolute, metaphysical space and not in relative, physical space and how their dynamics are controlled by absolute, metaphysical time and not by relative, physical time.
The whole concept of metaphysical observation is concerned about the deeper non-evident yet existing metaphysical structure of the cosmos as it manifests matter, energy and every other important entity of the universe.
The ontological reason why physical observation is not enough can be seen as the primary reason because it is what results in the other two reasons I want to introduce to you in the next two sections.
Now, the second absolute reason why physical observation is not enough is what I call the superluminal reason.
The Superluminal Reason
Most of physical observation will stand if there were no superluminal phenomena in the universe. This is because physical observation can only apply to luminal phenomena and any phenomena beyond the speed of light become physically unobservable.
This is a very important realization from post-modern physics. Post-modern physics is informing us that there are superluminal phenomena in the universe and that they are governed by another non-mechanical wave referred to as the gravi-electromagnetic wave.
Since this is true, how then can we be entirely dependent on physical observation to reveal to us the laws of the universe when our eyes cannot see that which transcends the speed of light, yet it is absolutely necessary that we can somehow see or model phenomena beyond the speed of light.
You cannot look at the mysteries of modern physics such as quantum entanglement, the stability of the galaxies, the accelerating expansion of the universe, etc., without being convinced that superluminal phenomena naturally exist in the universe contrary to modern relativity and which are impossible to physically observe.
In fact, dark energy has been physically unobservable or “dark” because it is a superluminal phenomenon. It has nothing to do with light at all. So, we are literally being limited by physical observation beyond even the ontological limitation first given above.
The speed of light is not the maximum speed in the universe, there is another non-mechanical wave in the universe called the gravi-electromagnetic wave that naturally transcends the speed of light. This superluminal wave carrying absolute quantities just like light is what is responsible for the stability of the galaxies and most of the physically unobservable yet evident phenomenon in the universe.
This is why our telescopes and even the designed and implemented Hubble telescope cannot unravel the mystery of dark energy or the macro universe. And this also applies to our powerful microscopes. They cannot show us superluminal phenomena because of their innate structure or design.
But there is a promise in post-modern physics that we shall be able to observe superluminal phenomena and that we shall accomplish this using a new kind of technology based on gravitronics. Gravitronic devices will assist us to directly control and interact with the superluminal gravi-electromagnetic energy of the universe.
However, it will be the result of the new metaphysical observation of the universe and not of the physical observation of the universe.
This superluminal reason informs us that there are superluminal phenomena in the universe and that they are obviously and physically unobservable. This is the second absolute reason why physical observation is not enough in post-modern physics.
We cannot continue to ignore the huge role superluminal phenomena play in the universe. Most of the activities of the cosmos are occurring beyond the speed of light, so we really have to let go of our reliance on physical observation. This is very important!
And another reason which is the third and final reason why physical observation is not enough is what I have decided to call the ponderable reason.
The Ponderable Reason
The ponderable reason simply informs us that physical observation is not enough because it is a solely ponderable observation. What do I really mean by this?
The universe and its laws are divided into the ponderable, macro universe and the electrical, micro universe. So, physical observation being a human observation is ponderable and it occurs at the macro level of perception. The electrical universe is hidden and unobservable by physical observation.
This is because man is a ponderable non-charged body, so there is no way he can observe the laws that apply to the electrical world of particles like the electrons, the protons etc. This is an important realization that every practical scientist must have.
Post-modern physics now informs us about the qualitative divide that exists between ponderable and electrical bodies in the universe and that man who makes physical observation for scientific purposes is a ponderable body.
So, no matter how man may observe or twist his observation of the universe, he is at most observing the universe as a ponderable body and not as an electrical body.
I usually talk about this in some of my articles, and this is why I usually inform you that our ability to now access the laws of the universe as they apply in the atomic world is because of the power of absolute science and not because of our reliance on physical observation.
Einstein alluded to this when he referred to the atomic world as a closed box while we who are on the outside are doing everything possible to understand what is going on inside the closed box (atomic world). But it was a quantitative allusion which he thought was due to the small size of the atom.
But what I now inform you about the divide between the ponderable world and the electrical world is qualitative and it is due to the different laws of the universe that apply in both worlds, meaning, even if the closed box were to become open and big, you, being a ponderable body, cannot see how the atomic world operates unless in some way you become transformed into an electrical body.
But like I have said above, the atomic world is now open because of the power of absolute science. This inherent ponderable limitation in physical observation cannot be overemphasized. I want you to understand the subtleties of the universe, for as Einstein once said: “Subtle is the Lord.”
Man, being a ponderable body, can never experience or observe the laws of the universe as they apply in the electrical world, and likewise, the electrical bodies cannot experience or observe the laws of the universe as they apply in the ponderable world.
Realizing the above, how then should we continue to think that we can discover how the atom operates following physical observation. This limitation of physical observation is also related to the puzzle of quantum collapse which I will specifically discuss in a future article.
So, the ponderable reason is the third absolute reason why physical observation is not enough. Now, let’s proceed to a short crucial discussion.
This article is a very important scientific article in this post-modern era of physics and in this post-modern era of tremendous light. We are no longer ignorant of the subtle and non-evident ways of the universe.
In this regard, this article informs us about the three absolute reasons why physical observation is not enough. I call them absolute reasons because they emerge from a new kind of science called absolute science.
The old relative science was what produced our dependence on physical observation which has now fallen short of the laws of the universe. But the new absolute science is what now produces our dependence on metaphysical observation which is in harmony with the true ways of the universe.
So, with the three limitations of physical observation, we are also dealing with and recognizing the limitations of relative science which can no longer stand as the true way of doing science. We have to seek the ideal absolute science of the cosmos.
In a way, this article is an amiable mockery of all our methods of physical observation, for they cannot show us the true laws of the universe. And it is a good thing; it’s like how a mature man laughs at how he used to behave as a child.
We have now attained maturity in knowledge, so we may have to look back at physical observation and wonder how we could have thought that we can understand the universe by it.
We are no longer fooled by physical observation to think that it is encompassing; we may apply it, but with the precedent understanding of the laws of the universe as revealed to us by absolute science. This is now the new application and the recognised relevance of physical observation in practical science.
My friend and fellow post-modern scientist, the physical observation of the universe is not enough for us to understand the universe. It has taken us thus far and I assure you that it cannot go any further.
The ontological reason, the superluminal reason, and the ponderable reason are the three absolute reasons why physical observation is no longer fit to reveal to us the laws of the universe.
We are now being called to abandon physical observation as the means of accessing the long-sought unified laws of the cosmos, and by this surrender, we ascend into the highest understanding of all things.
Until next time,
I will be here.
– M. V. Echa