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Religon or science Is it possible that in our search for some basic reality we humans may discover that although religion and science have always seemed to be in different places the conclusion they will ultimately reach will be the same thing What is God Energy Spirit Universal Consciousness Singular Unilateral According to David Hume God is not different from the order that exists in the universe1 Training our thoughts along this line one might doubt the commonly held view that Science and Religion are entirely different and exist at the opposite ends of a spectrum Science is based on observation Religion on the other hand makes arguments analytical in nature like the Ontological Argument by Anslem and requires some unquestioned faith In spite of leading us through somewhat different paths both try to find the basic stuff2 The goal thus in both cases is to determine the constituents of what form the reality The routes though may not seem similar In the essay The Dynamic Universe Fritjop Capra explores the philosophies on which various eastern religions like Hinduism Taoism and Buddhism are based upon He is of the view that the world is conceived in terms of movement flow and change2 He then cites the examples of sub-atomic physics and the field of galaxies and heavenly bodies Science studies them as units which are in a state of constant motion By doing this he tries to class Science as well as Religion under the same heading which is concerned with finding the basic reality The next question that comes to the forefront then is what is the thing that we are after What constitutes this reality that we all are in pursuit of A scientist might call this as the order in the universe or the Energy which is diffused in the world we live in Religions like to call this ultimate reality as God
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