Read the Upanishads and then compare them to modern mathematics then compare Buddhism to quantum physics. They are the exact same thing, just as our mind is the universe and vice versa. People should study what they are aguing about before they attack eachother for their beliefs and philosophies, otherwise they haven't a leg to stand on.
So, you went off and got a very good handle on quantum field theory?
Maybe you should too. Quantum theories point out many aspects that correlate with Buddhism, such as space being empty and the perceptions of the self and reality. If you want to have a knowledgable discussion, do some reading and studying and you'll see what I'm talking about. Until then your opinions are unfounded and uneducated. You point out things that are wrong and false, yet you probably have no education on the matter.
Odd, quantum field theory would suggest space is in fact not empty and has absolutely nothing to say about the self.
Yes, none whatsoever.
Actually, I take that back considering your posts are a reflection of yourself and are in fact honest in this regard. A high school student in his first year of physics could see right through your baloney.
http://youtu.be/k8NpaG0cAGo this is the best I can do. You'll have to pull up part 1
Ancient man was little different from modern man, imo. They had their own deep thinkers and pockets of society that sired those who had incredible epiphanies.
I think the primary difference is how well we have evolved to get information to the masses and move forward together. Today we can all read what others have thought and discovered and collectively work to stand on the shoulders of great genius.
Much has been lost throughout the centuries, but they say there is nothing new under the sun. Someday, we may all accept that what we are discovering now has possibly been discovered time and again, and lost; to be found and viewed through new sets of eyes as time moves on.
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