Wednesday, February 27, 2013

A Cosmic Mystery.

Neurologists have opened up the biological analysis of higher mental functions like neuro-recognition. Science tells us we are merely beasts, but we don’t feel like that. We feel like angels trapped inside the bodies of beasts, forever craving transcendence. This is the human predicament; creation is too profound for the human intellect. The question of ultimate origins will always remain with us, no matter how deeply we understand the brain and the cosmic that it creates. Cosmology, which studies the history and structure of the universe, is considered by many to be the closest science has ever come to religion. It digs deep and delves into contemplations of how and why the universe came into being, where it’s headed and what might be the final outcome in the end. And although it provides answers that don’t always have a religious resonance; they are sufficiently mysterious in their own way. At the same time modern cosmology is also considered by many to be the biggest threat faced by religion since the Origin of Species.Science demands diligent and questioning minds,but not chaste morals,it’s one of the things that make it move.Religion on the other hand wants unwavering faith which is a stumbling block.

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