Modern Science in Crisis

Any critique of modern science hits up against a formidable wall of skepticism and blind loyalty to the dogma that characterizes the scientific world view today.

That won’t stop us from attempting the task, however.

Because something changed in science. Although scientists today are generally against any idea of a transcendental reality, it wasn’t always like that. For centuries, the greatest geniuses considered the ultimate creative force of God fundamental to understanding of anything.

And then, it all changed. Let’s explore that change, and show how modern scientific dogma has led us to a blind alley that we won’t be able to escape from without reuniting science with theology and philosophy – which is exactly what Norberto Keppe’s Analytical Trilogy does.

Within this critique will also be some fundamental knowledge about the human psyche and its contribution to our problems, and the hopeful possibilities emerging from the Keppe Motor.

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The Marriage of Theology and Science

Oil and water. Cats and sweaters. Neckties and table fans. Some things just aren’t made to go together. Like being given plastic cutlery at a Brazilian barbecue restaurant, they’re incongruous and difficult to reconcile. Some more profound examples could include faith and doubt, humility and self-confidence. And what about God and science?

Today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head, the Marriage of Theology and Science.

This is a prickly subject. I’m aware of that. But I feel I would be doing a dis-service to you who listen faithfully to this program if I didn’t address the subject. Because there are fundamental questions to raise that can only be addressed if we wade into these uncertain waters.

What is the origin of life and the universe? What is the purpose of life? These are the questions that perhaps should occupy our dinner conversations with dear friends much more than they do. Especially in recent years. And in large part, I think this is because science has split from theology and philosophy over the past 500 years or so – culminating in our 20th Century position that there’s no way to marry science and theology. Science has become a strictly materialistic pursuit perfectly represented in Einstein’s famous formula – the most famous of the 20th Century – that E=mc2. No material, no energy is the inevitable conclusion of this equation, making Einstein’s proposal one of the most materialistic theories in the history of science.

And it’s also difficult to distill spirituality from the Quantum Physics camp. Parallel realities. Alternate universes. Unlimited realities awaiting your choice to come into being. How to make sense of that in any practical way? I watched What the Bleep do we Know a couple of times and, I must confess, couldn’t make head or tails of it.

The Architect’s speech from Matrix Reloaded is a classic example of how confused we’ve become by this separation of science and theology. Critics call it “profound” but “confusing”. And it is that. Listen:

“The first matrix was perfect … flawless, sublime. A triumph equaled only by its monumental failure.”

What does that mean? No, we need a better starting point than this. A starting place that can be found in the work of Norberto Keppe. His Analytical Trilogy is a re-synthesis of science with philosophy and theology that has been missing. Keppe considers philosophy to be the mother of science and theology the grandmother, and it’s very illuminating to look at reality through Analytical Trilogy eyes.

Let’s do that today … try to bring the incredible wisdom from 5000 years of theological and philosophical study back into science. Or at least, start the process of understanding that. Keppe’s books will fill out the knowledge. If you’re interested in more, write me at rich@richjonesvoice.com.

One of the discoveries here at the International Society of Analytical Trilogy is the application of Keppe’s disinverson of metaphysics to result in the Keppe Motor, and we’ll start our conversation there with Dr. Claudia Bernhardt Pacheco.

How do you see the Keppe Motor’s importance, Claudia, in this consideration of bringing theology back into science?

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The Keppe Motor: Revolutionizing Science, Technology and Energy

They’re forecasting possible energy price hikes of 30 – 50% this year. On top of a recession, it’s hardly good news. We’ve been warned about this for at least 30 years, but we’ve been dinosaur slow in adapting to the warnings. Obama’s got his New Energy for America Plan … but is it possible we’re too late to change?

Today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head, The Keppe Motor: Revolutionizing Science, Technology and Energy.

You know, sometimes there’s so much happening at our International Society of Analytical Trilogy in São Paulo, Brazil, I literally don’t know where to begin to bring you up to speed. The revolutionary discoveries and landmark psycho and sociological wisdom emerging from this Brazilian school of Analytical Trilogy founded by Dr. Norberto Keppe are impressive.

Dr. Keppe’s TV show is now being aired in 45 countries and 221 channels worldwide. Episodes of this podcast have been downloaded over 250,000 times. Our newspaper here has a weekly circulation of 50,000. Dr. Keppe’s clinic is one of the largest private clinics in Latin America and is home to ground-breaking work in psychosomatic medicine coordinated by Dr. Claudia Pacheco – a frequent contributor to Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head and my co-host on an upcoming live Internet radio call-in show on bbsradio.com every Thursday at 10:00 a.m. ET (see the time in your area). You can find more about that on our site: www.healingthroughconsciousness.com

Well, there’s lots more to say, but you get the picture I’m sure. This is a hot-bed of the newest research into human potential and psychological science. And it’s rock-solid stuff, let me assure you. No matter what area you want to enter – relationships, health, money, corruption and power, the arts – you’ll find a persepective here that is new, fresh, provocative, and causes us to re-think most of what we think we know. In a good way. Check out our portal site to get an overview of some of what we’re doing: www.trilogia.ws

Maybe the hottest development here these days is the Keppe Motor, a light-years development in the capturing of free, essential energy. Let’s find out all about that, and something about the revolutionary new physics principles behind it, too, with one of the inventors, engineer Cesar Soos.

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