The Laws of Science & Life

Universal Law of Gravitation

States that gravitational interactions exist between all objects with an intensity that is directly proportional to the product of their masses.

Given that everything is connected to each other and the universe, this also applies among species. Everything vibrates at different frequencies which ties into the law of vibration and the law of attraction.

Newton’s Laws of Motion

The 3rd law states that For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. That is, for every force applied to an object or surface, that object pushes back with equal force.

Actions have consequences and we have to answer for our actions when we fall short in our judgment.The universe has a duty to maintain a balance so we must follow suit and maintain a balance in every aspect of our lives. As mush as we work we must find time to enjoy the reaps of our labour. 

Laws of Thermodynamics

The first law states that energy cannot be created or destroyed. It can only change form or be transferred from one object to another.

There comes a point where everyone dies, the physical body can no longer perform essential processes. The divine part of our being, most commonly referred to as our soul, however, transcends scientific explanations. It lives on.Destruction of the flesh is not the ending of life”. Like energy is never lost but changes from one form to another and the existence of different planes/dimensions, so too is life.

Einsteins Theory of General Relativity

The first part of the theory states that the laws of physics are the same in any inertial reference frame – (what a person considers to be at rest). In other words an object can be considered to be in motion relative to something else for example:

reference frame: the universe; constant: sun; moving: earth

It also says that every time you measure an object’s speed, its momentum, or how it experiences time, will always be measured in relation to something else.

The second says that the speed of light is the same no matter who measures it or how fast the person measuring it is going.

Everything in nature shows us that change is constant, gradual but constant and with change comes evolution and so we must evolve as a species physically and intellectually. It’s amazing the diversity in the customs and beliefs of the people throughout the world. Let’s take for example funerary practices: according to Herodotus, the Callatians ate the flesh of their fathers. To them this could have been a sign of respect and a means of staying connected to them. Given that interpretation the cremation of the dead, as the Greeks did would be unacceptable, therefore, “Right” and “wrong” is relative to the paradigm with which you’re using.

Charles Darwin Natural Selection and Evolution

Darwin’s theory of evolution entails three fundamental ideas.

  • Species (populations of interbreeding organisms) change over time and space.

    Human Beings change more so during the early part of their lives and evolve over a long period of time. The fundamentals of who we are (character) ultimately remain the same but ideologies change as we find ourselves.  

  • All organisms share common ancestors with other organisms.

    We’re all connectedEverything on earth is connected to each other and to the rest of the universe. Look at the Human Genome Project, we’re not nearly as complicated as we thought; we share much of our genome with many plants, worms etc.

  • Evolutionary change is gradual and slow.

    Anything worthy or good in life takes time to achieve. 

Most people may be familiar with the phrase “Survival of the fittest”, however Darwin’s definition of “fittest” means most suitable for survival in the immediate environment. The mechanism by which population adapt and evolve is called natural selection. It can be broken down into 5 steps V.I.S.T.A.: Variation, Inheritance, Selection, Time and Adaptation

Each person is unique and designed for different things in life and even if we’re not suitable for a position which we desire or considered most desirable by society, doesn’t mean we’re useless. We all have a purpose. For example not everyone is cut out to be doctors or lawyers but have the aptitude for working with their hands. 



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