lunes, 1 de noviembre de 2010

Benedicto XVI: Hawking estaría Equivocado


Bueno, el jueves 28 de Octubre(2010) el Papa Benedicto XVIestuvo en la Academia Pontificia de Ciencias desde donde en un discurso elogió y bendijo a todos los científicos.Benedicto XVI aclaró que la ciencia tiene como papel revelar a Dios en el Universo, y que Dios sería el creador único de absolutamente todo, insistió en que los científicos No crean el mundo sino que aprenden de ello y tratan de imitarlo, por otro lado explicó que el ser humano sólo puede percibir la ciencia desde el punto de vista humano y No divino, en ese sentido entró en abierta discrepancia con el célebre Stephen Hawking quien desde su último libro The Grand Design asegura que debido a la existencia de la gravedad el Universo puede crearse así mismo desde la propia nada. Lucha de titanes señores, ciencia joven y religión conservadora.....aquí nadie se pondrá de acuerdo ...... casi casi como qué fue primero: ¿El Huevo o la Gallina?, como fuere niHawking Ni Benedicto XVI saben en verdad como funciona ésto que llamamos Universo.
Link: www.religion.blogs.cnn.com
INFORMO: http://historiasextraterrestres.blogspot.com/


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1 comentario:

Ron Krumpos dijo...

In "The Grand Design" Hawking says that we are somewhat like goldfish in a curved fishbowl. Our perceptions are limited and warped by the kind of lenses we see through, “the interpretive structure of our human brains.” Albert Einstein rejected this subjective approach, common to much of quantum mechanics, but did admit that our view of reality is distorted.

Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity has the surprising consequences that “the same event, when viewed from inertial systems in motion with respect to each other, will seem to occur at different times, bodies will measure out at different lengths, and clocks will run at different speeds.” Light does travel in a curve, due to the gravity of matter, thereby distorting views from each perspective in this Universe. Similarly, mystics’ experience in divine oneness, which might be considered the same "eternal" event, viewed from various historical, cultural and personal perspectives, have occurred with different frequencies, degrees of realization and durations. This might help to explain the diversity in the expressions or reports of that spiritual awareness. What is seen is the same; it is the "seeing" which differs.

In some sciences, all existence is described as matter or energy. In some of mysticism, only consciousness exists. Dark matter is 25%, and dark energy about 70%, of the critical density of this Universe. Divine essence, also not visible, emanates and sustains universal matter (mass/energy: visible/dark) and cosmic consciousness (f(x) raised to its greatest power). During suprarational consciousness, and beyond, mystics share in that essence to varying extents. [quoted from my e-book on comparative mysticism]