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The complete wisdom and practices that exist on the planet this present day fall into both the previous Cosmology that's a non secular or non secular view of the area, or the recent Cosmology that's a systematic or fabric view of the area. the hot Cosmology culminates within the form of universe conceived by way of Albert Einstein.

Does something lie past Einstein’s universe? if that is so, what does it need to provide humanity within the approach of information and practices? This ebook considers this probability and makes an attempt to move the place not anyone has long gone sooner than - past Einstein's universe.

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There is a field and within the field there's an apple. The apple is an emblem for wisdom, the Earth, gravity and Isaac Newton. Beside the apple there's Einstein’s key. i'm status outdoor the field and that i use Einstein’s key to free up the secrets and techniques of the universe. In so doing, I stumble upon a global that lies past Einstein’s universe – an international that I identify: 3rd Cosmology.

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He found that the Copernican model supported his theory regarding the movement of the tides, which were based on the motions of the Earth. Johannes Kepler, German astronomer and natural philosopher, (1571 ? 1630). Like Galileo, Kepler is also credited with setting in motion the scientific revolution. s Laws. He accepted the Copernican system and initially thought that planetary orbits were circular. Later, he discovered that they were elliptical. He proposed that the Sun emits a force that diminishes inversely with distance, and it was this force that pushed the planets in their orbits around the Sun.

Our ability to connect with the world was possible only because, according to him, we are innately born with those Ideas related to the imperfect objects in the world. For example, he regarded the stars as merely a part of the visible world which was but a dim and distorted shadow or copy of the real world of ideas. He therefore considered it absurd to attempt to determine exactly the motions of these imperfect bodies. According to Plato, in order to truly apprehend astronomy, one should concentrate on abstract problems in astronomy and geometry and to dismiss the heavenly bodies (Koestler, 1959, p 52).

Meant that emotions, feelings and beliefs dominated the lives of ordinary people and prevented them from looking for solutions to problems outside of the spiritual framework laid down by the theocracy. The population therefore needed to undergo an intellectual process whereby they could explain what was happening in their world in terms of the physical properties and characteristics of the world, rather than because of some spiritual dependency and the hope of divine intervention. concrete stage?

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