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1. Matter, waves, fields, space, time, higher vacuum, states up to nothingness do not exist but there is nothingness (see my text New perspectives in physics, paragraph 5,6). In this case we deal with non-existence and not with existence. It is worth recalling here the theory of Gorgias whose first thesis is: nothing exists.
Materialism assumes that the only existing being is non-mental matter, the indestructible material to which all manifestations of reality are reduced. A related stand to materialism is realism proclaiming the existence of extra-mental reality. Classical materialism assumes that all things are made of small particles. In the 20th century, this position gave way to wave-particle duality, where next to particles, waves are equally important (it is worth adding that next to the waves, fields, vacuum, higher vacuum, states up to nothingness and nothingness are also important). Idealism derives from Plato's theory of ideas, and the later main idealistic doctrine, which is Bishop Berkeley's theory, inherits the fundamental error of Plato's theory. However, I take a position different from materialism, idealism and realism that could be described as some form of nihilism.


1. Logistic development

The diagram above shows the hidden nature of the qualitative change. Logistic development can explain a difference between a qualitative change and quantitative change. It shows that each kind of so called qualitative change, like for example liquefaction of gas, is just some form of quantitative change. Marxists are using conception of change where quantitative changes transform to qualitative change. This idea is containing fundamental mistake that there is a difference between qualitative and quantitative change.
What I would like to emphasize is each so called qualitative change, for example the transition of water into ice, or steam into water, is actually a cumulative quantitative change; that is, a quantitative change taking place quickly over a short period of time.

3. It is worth noting that all traditional and contemporary esoterics consists mainly of nonsense. Theosophy, anthroposophy, gnosticism, spiritualism, astrology, freemasonry, kabbalah, hermeticism, tarot and so on are just nonsense. For example, the theosophical concept of hidden masters is a fantasy, as is the existence of the Great White Brotherhood.
The structure of man looks like this: body-soul-spirit. This division can also be described as soma-pneuma, this approach seems more adequate for some reasons than the body-soul-spirit division. Soma includes body and soul, pneuma is another term for what is sometimes called the personal spirit, but the specific concept of Pneuma seems more appropriate.

structure soma-pneuma

2. Structure of a person

Soma consists of three bodies -
a) a body observable in visible light made of atoms
b) the first subtle body probably built of protons, sometimes called the astral body, concentrated within the visible body, the thinned coating is observable about 1,2 m around the visible body
c) the second subtle body, probably made of electrons, sometimes called the mental body - which may be wrong, the thinned coating is observable probably about 12 m around the visible body.
The first subtle body can be observed in ultraviolet light, its photographs are possible using special filters (see photograph).

photo of the soul

3. Photograph of the first subtle body obtained using a special UV filter, the author of the photo probably was not aware of the obtained result. I discovered this photo by accident, by searching images of ultraviolet photography, around the year 2005. Colors are different than on photographs in visible light what is natural for UV photography. This photo is proof of the existence of the soul.

It is possible to build devices for observing the subtle first level world, which is the world of posthumous life and under certain conditions of life in a dream. Posthumous life generally resembles a state of dream. There are no demons, no angels, no extraordinary beings, but apparitions seen from a subtle first level world, these are people processed by conditions. The second subtle body can be observed in X-ray light, its photographs or observation is possible in this range of the electromagnetic spectrum. The second level subtle world is also a world of posthumous life.
The pneuma probably consists of three bodies. The lowest of them, being the equivalent of the visible, atomic body, is made of quark-gluon matter which is indecomposable and the body itself is relatively eternal. Pneuma is an autonomous entity capable of independent action, speaking and thinking. Pneuma's basic body (like the others) resembles a visible, atomic body. The size also does not differ from the visible body so Pneuma is not huge or large as it is usually thought.
What is in fact schizophrenia? Is Schizophrenia a serious disease as it is usually taken? Or is schizophrenia the influence of a demon or demons? Well, the secret is that schizophrenia is just a game of mind as it takes place between Pneuma and Soma. The voice heard in schizophrenia is the voice of Pneuma, while the other voices are those of other Pneumas. It is worth adding that some Pneumas often generate a disturbing calming sound in the form of silencing.

4. Popper's Falsificationism seems to be wrong because the theory tests always strive to confirm it or confirmation and not refute it. So this concept is not unreliable with the actual way science is practiced. From the point of view of scientific research, striving to refute the theory seems to be a kind of nonsense and is something illogical.
For example, General Relativity found confirmation in the Mercury orbit anomalies that Newton's theory could not explain. This confirmation is treated as proof of the validity of the theory. Of course, you can give more examples.
Knowledge is inherently uncertain, as the ancient skeptics have already demonstrated. Therefore, science must use invalid inferences. Induction inferences is one of the basic types of inference of empirical sciences. These are uncertain inferences. Deductive inferences belong to the field of formal sciences such as mathematics and logic. On the basis of empirical science, the use of deduction is not meaningfully possible. By the way, ancient skeptics have also undermined the credibility of the deduction.

5. Induction would provide knowledge about the future, as would all scientific prediction. However, any transfer of the past to the future is contradictory, because the future does not yet exist and is therefore non-empirical, unverifiable. Therefore, there is no reasoning that gives some knowledge, because 1. there cannot be knowledge about what is not empirical 2. there cannot be knowledge about what does not yet exist, therefore knowledge by its very nature is uncertain and if it was certain it would have to be contradictory. Still different, if certain knowledge is such knowledge that leads to the future, it can be seen that it is impossible because the future does not yet exist. Therefore, no reasoning about facts can be certain. We can't even know what will happen in a few seconds because the future does not yet exists.

6. One can believe or not into theory of reincarnation, but for my money this is one from religious conceptions which is valid - of course after certain and pretty thorough corrections, for example conception of karma is in big degree a superstition. As I have said the law of karma is largely a superstition. The concept of reincarnation itself seems useful after the appropriate revising. The next incarnations resemble the earlier ones, memory plays a major role here. Essentially, sex is a permanent feature of subsequent incarnations. Man does not incarnate in the form of insects, animals or plants, but retains species affiliation. Incarnation is the work of a pneuma.
What is called enlightenment is a mere illusion (although some form of enlightenment is possible), an escape from subsequent incarnations, or freeing yourself from the cycle of birth and death, is a mistake. Subsequent incarnations are beneficial and are associated with the process of evolution, so gradual development and improvement.

7. Mind-body problem: We are dealing here not only with the atomic body but with a number of bodies, in addition to the atomic body with subtle bodies. In fact, it will not be a mind-body problem, but a mind-bodies problem. It can be assumed that the mind boils down to these bodies. These bodies are made of different types of matter, similarly the mind is made of matter and has a material character. With a certain approach, the mind can be treated as composed of body, soul and spirit, or otherwise of soma and pneuma. So the mind comes down to thick-subtle matter. It is worth noting, however, that matter itself is an epiphenomenon of God's mind.

8. What is the nature of time? A microgrid of space, 10^-70 m in size creates matter. In fact, a space microgrid can also be a time microgrid. Because of the concept of space-time. And due to the concept of STM (see paragraph 1 and 8 of my text New perspectives in physics), it can be treated as a microgrid of space, time and matter. Time, like space and matter, has a discrete nature.

9. Are there general abstract ideas? Do they exist in any separate world or reality? Well, the question of whether there is a world of ideas can be answered in the affirmative or negative if we answer the question whether there are general abstract ideas at all. The answer to this question is that these ideas do not exist. General abstract ideas are contradictory, for example, the idea of a tree must combine the properties of large and small trees, with serrated, round, coniferous leaves and so on.

10. Is everything changeable, whether everything flows as Heraclitus proclaimed, or is it unchanging and immovable, as Parmenides, among others, proclaimed. Or perhaps both variable and immutable, as the ancient atomism of Democritus assumed, where immutable atoms created a changing reality. Well, it is not unwise to assume that reality is a mixture of variable and immutable properties.

11. For philosophy not questions are important but answers. Philosophy has not to pose, to multiply questions and leave it unanswered. What allegedly has to be its characteristic attribute. As same as science has not to pose questions and leave it unanswered. A function of philosophy, as same as of science is both to pose as and to give answers. But second are much more precious then first.

12. The development of science cannot overtake the moral development of society, an example of such a phenomenon is the release of atomic energy (under the pressure of Hitler's actions), this example should be a warning to future researchers to carefully present certain results, and hide some facts as necessary. Consider how you can make use of your concepts and the scale of the threat.

13. Emitter ana 5 invented by me around the year 2004. It radiates the indigo color of subtle radiation, and brings into the state of samadhi, even the shape drawn on paper works just like other radiesthetical devices. Metal engraving also works well. The device can be strongly enhanced by placing a transparent rock crystal (quartz crystal) in the center, on a small stand that does not go beyond the inner outline of the first ring. The emitter wheel should be facing up or north. The device radiates perpendicular to its surface.


4. Emitter ana 5

Priomed, a replacement for the Atlantis ring, develops paranormal abilities, both forms refer to the shape of the Ajna chakra. Invented by me around the year 2004. It should be generally used as engraving on the open or closed ring.


5. Priomed

14. Marxism's errors consist in the fact that 1. the final development is the middle class, not the working class 2. A process of qualitative transition is not necessarily and usually not revolutionary. Even a demographic boom with a growth rate of 2% per year is not revolutionary but evolutionary. Against the background of previous development, it seems very fast, but only because that one was very slow. Therefore, if changes are needed, they should be endeavor gradually, though dynamically reaching them finally 3. Any so called qualitative change - for example, the transition of water into ice, or steam into water - is actually a cumulative quantitative change; that is, a quantitative change taking place quickly over a short period of time.

15. Plato proposed an involutionary model of social development based on gradual decline and degeneration. Which exactly contradicts evidently occurring social evolution and the emergence of an increasingly perfect system. Popper, in opposing historicism, did not take into account the theory of Spencer or Comte, where the development is shown so clearly that only a complete fool can deny it, it probably resulted from his ignorance.

16. Most metaphysics is irrelevant because it uses a not-so-precise, accurate, clear language. With such formalization of physics and chemistry, an informal study of reality should be possible, one should only indicate what it should look like, it should be a scientific philosophy, clear and linguistic precise. Examples include the Gorgias system, the Democritus system and the Berkeley system, others include philosophy closely related to empirical sciences, theory of science or philosophy explicitly referring to empirical sciences.

17. Characteristics of extended theory of evolution of Herbert Spencer, presents as follows - process of evolution is an integration of matter, whereat matter passes from a state of undefined, incoherent homogeneity, simplicities, primordialities, physicalnesses, unformed, amorphisms, undimensional, uniformity, homomorphism to a definite, coherent heterogenicity, complexities, modernities, cultural, formation, construction, dimensionality, variousness, polymorphism. This seizure of process of evolution has a polycomplex character.

18. Astrology is the same what a divination from scattered animal bones - so from an aleatorily obtained configuration, function of bones fulfil planets; "accuracy" comes from inaccuracy of used categories which each separately can contain any property or notion. Of course, information value of such "method" must be equal zero.

19. Against claims of such fools as Popper atomism does not descend from metaphysical speculations. Democritus took over this view from Hindus during his travels in the east, conception of atoms existed there at the very latest about VIII century BC, and was based on paranormal perceptions of yogis - a source could be only paranormal activity, but for sure not philosophical speculation, in Europe spherical atoms appeared not before XIX century AD.

20. The basic errors of typical philosophy are rationalism and turbidity. For example, Kant seems to build a system that does not respect the principles of empiricism, and this alone means that its concept must be wrong at its very root. In addition, the writings of Plato, Aristotle, Hegel or Kant seem unbearably cloudy.

21. Cognition is not only structurally limited to sensations, but no subject can go beyond itself to convince not only that matter exists but even that there are other subjects. Solipsism thus understood seems impassable, assuming the existence of other subjects, we could also assume the existence of something beyond the sensual, this is the strongest argument against Berkeley's theory, an argument from solipsism that is more consistent than Berkeley's. Such a solipsistic limitation of knowledge seems unbearable, and on this basis, since we accept the existence of subjects, we have the FULL RIGHT to accept the existence of beyond sensual reality.

Gregory Podgorniak, Poland (2020)

Comte's Theory of Science

Comte's Theory of Science

According to him whole of sciences consists of theoretical and applied knowledge. Theoretical knowledge divide on general as physics or biology, which are an object of his research and detailed such as botany, zoology or mineralogy. Main fields mathematics, astronomy, physics, chemistry, biology and sociology it is possible to order according to decrescent range of research and complicatedness of theoretical tools what is connected with growing complexity of investigated phenomenones. Following sciences are based on previous, for example to methodically coll chemistry, we must imply acquaintance of physics, because all chemical phenomena are more complicated than physical phenomena, are also from them dependent and themselves do not have on them an influence. Similarly sciences classified as earlier, are older and more advanced from these which are presented as later. This theory is clearly analogous to Mariotte's Law.

Mariotte's Law

Edme Mariotte (1620-1684) French physicist, meteorologist, physiologist. He initiated meteorological research and measurement. In his Discourse on the Nature of Air (1676) coined the word barometer and formulate basic tenet of physics called Mariotte's law states that at constant temperature T volume V of a given quantity of gas is inversely proportional as its pressure p:

pV = constant

its graph is hyperbole:

pV = const = nrT

p = rT / V

Mariotte's Law'

about the author, My name is Gregory Podgorniak (brn. 01.1977, Szczecinek, West Pomerania, Poland). I am working on field of natural as well as social sciences. During studies at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (1996-1999) I was actively act in student scientific organisation, got a scientific scholarship, and one from my articles titled Circulus vitiosus and fourfold petitio principii in the system of Descartes was published in Humanistic Drafts of Publishing House of Humaniora Foundation in Poznan, no. 6, 1998. Unfortunately certain fate events made impossible to me continuing studies to master's and later doctor's degree. Thence I was forced to be content only with a title of bachelor.
Thanks to deep and penetrating researchings I was able to establish indisputably some number of my past incarnations reaching of ancient period, these data are certain, these incarnations are: Auguste Comte (1798-1857) French philosopher and sociologist, Edme Mariotte (1620-1684) French physicist and meteorologist, Bodhidharma (5th or 6th century) buddhist patriarch, Aenesidemus (1 st century BC) Greek sceptical philosopher, Arcesilaus (315-241 BC) Greek sceptical philosopher, Gorgias (485-380 BC) Greek sophist.

email contact: podgorniakgr@gmail.com

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