Session 12 - Nature Is One Law
Today we can see scientists' views about the world being global and integral, that we are in a "holistic" world. The word "holistic" is from the word "whole," or "one." There are numerous studies about this, some of which will be introduced later, and thousands of scientists already support it.
It has nothing to do with any religious opinions or perceptions. Rather, this view stems purely out of scientific research, without any prejudice. It has nothing to do with religion, faith, nor any direction that does not derive from empiric research. We rely solely on the practical research of nature, without any preconceived notions. It does not belong to any religion or faith, it is based on historical development.
Nature is one. We only "scratch" a few pieces of information from it, which years ago seemed to us as disconnected. But today we are discovering that physics, chemistry, biology, and zoology are all connected. We know that in every creation there are atoms and molecules, which if connected one way, form into one thing, and if connected another way, form into another thing.
In other words, we see that the general elements and forces are common in all of Nature's levels, but that same force operates on each level at an extent suitable for that level—still, vegetative, animate, or human. The power in the atoms and molecules acts as an attracting or as a repelling force. Within us, it expands and contracts the lungs and the heart, creates conflicts between fact and doubt, and so forth. Whatever the case, it always involves two forces acting against each other, brought about by a single force that balances them, since the whole of Nature is drawn toward balance.
The fact that there are two forces in Nature, reception and bestowal, doesn't contradict the fact that one law manages both. The situation in Nature is not that everything is scattered randomly, but rather, especially today, science is discovering that we are all interdependent. Thus, the crisis exists already on the human level, too. It forces us to recognize that we are all in one system, and that humans are also a part of Nature, it is Nature on the human level.
When we study particular parts of Nature, such as climate or other phenomena, we see how everything is connected to everything else. For now, we are perceiving things through a very partial, fragmented image,and thus. we are perceiving only a small part of our world. But because we are feeling the crisis through very bad situations and bad feelings toward one another, we must study and explore the situation as quickly as possible, and learn how to turn these forces of Nature from their negative images, to their positive ones. If there anything else we can do?
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These days, science has proven that the desire for balance between two opposing forces acts at all levels of nature, and leads the entire creation towards balance.
- The explanation of the global education system is not based on religion, philosophy, or on morality type systems, but only on scientific research.
"Reality cannot be found except in One single source, because of the interconnection of all things with one another. ... I do not conceive of any reality at all as without genuine unity."Metaphysics and Philosophy of Gottfried Leibniz (1646 - 1716). Explaining Leibniz's Monadology / Monad with the Wave Structure of Matter (matter and the universe are one interconnected whole).
"In this article the broadest possible, most inclusive meaning of biodiversity is adopted. Biodiversity has been described as "the variety of life and its processes in an area". To this we can add "the popular way of recognizing the ecological concept that everything is connected to everything else. ... The most complex functions are those of stability and harmony (Functions 17 and 18). These depend on most if not all of the other functions. The functions contributing to "ecosystem level" biodiversity may include very different combinations of functions depending on the particular ecosystem. Generally, the table illustrates that the more complex a function, the more it relates to, even depends upon, other functions."Article - The Roles of Biodiversity in Creating and Maintaining the Ecosphere