There exist some Logos in the Universe, a pattern, a structure in the way all things are. This idea teaches us that humans have a faculty within their sensitive soul, or natural constitution, that can be identified as “rational,” which allows us to offer arguments about the Logos of the world and “to speak” or use words in a logical way, about the way the world and humans are structured and the way humans should live in accordance with this natural world.
Throughout history, intellectual efforts focused on the discovery of pattern, system and structure, with a special emphasis on order. Even the atoms, the tiniest particles of matter within the "simple" cell, demonstrate an ordered and integrated complexity of their own. Every single atom is found, composed of a nucleus made of protons and neutrons. The nucleus, surrounded by a cloud of electrons, electrons in turn are bound to the atom by the electromagnetic force, and then protons and neutrons in the nucleus are bound to each other by a nuclear force. Atoms are made out of invisible energy not tangible matter! The question about why atoms don’t collapse due to the vacuum inside it lead to the development of the branch in science called Quantum Mechanics.
But, science is far from a perfect instrument of knowledge. Science is the objective knowledge of the Differentiated Reality (seen) that exists in time and space, the Universe in which human beings live. The keystone to science is proof or evidence/data, which is never to be confused with certainty. Except in pure mathematics, nothing is known for certain (much is certainly not consistently true).
Cosmologists, have us know that our observable Universe extends for approximately 46.1 billion light-years in all directions from where we are. That implies that we can see into the past, beyond the big bang! Now this is where I usually get lost. If we can see stars 46 Billion light-years away, then that means there were stars Long before the Big Bang! We see galaxies, and its light particles take 46 Billion light-years to reach our retinas. If the same Cosmologists inform us that the Big bang was only the other day (13.8 billion light-years away), then how can we see galaxies beyond that? 13.8 billion light-years is the distance that if, at the instant of the Big Bang, the original location-in-space of an imaginary particle traveling at the speed of light would be at today, if it were to reach us right now, 13.8 billion years later. You see, looking at the Universe, we are actually, looking at the past! Can we really come to grips with that? Didn’t everything start existing only then? Logically, we can then in no way see further into the past than that!
So, the scientific community invests vast resources and energy in the pursuit of our popular narrative of Reality and despite it’s great technological achievements and the sophistication of its mathematical equations, science is doomed to indifference. This because data can only deal with Differentiated Reality (that which human beings can comprehend).
Isaac Newton was one of the first to formalize particularly, the mathematics, that describes our everyday world in the book: Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica. In math’s, when we already have the answer, the question of; what the calculation was to get to that particular answer is infinite. Where there is infinity, there is God; where there is God, there is infinity.
Observe ye everything that takes place in the heaven, how they do not change their orbits, and the luminaries which are in the heaven, how they all rise and set in order each in its season, and transgress not against their appointed order. Behold ye the earth, and give heed to the things which take place upon it from first to last, how steadfast they are, how none of the things upon earth change, but all the works of God appear to you. Enoch 2:1-2
How many planets are there in the solar system? I was told at school that there are nine. In 2006 astronomers, officially demoted Pluto from the planetary A-list, leaving just eight. At the same time, they introduced a B-list of dwarf planets. If you include these, the number increases to thirteen. In short, the only honest answer to the question of the number of planets is: that it depends on how you count! Not everything is as simple as it seems! Although Mr. Fibonacci can explain the duality of this particular answer, not everything in the Universe can be explained by his pair of baby rabbits in an enclosed garden!
Let me present you with this little exercise:
Give me the correct calculation that returns the result x = 144
When we look at a star(e.g.), we see the "end result" or "x=star" that is the “Answer to a certain "sum" or "set of events".
There is no distinctively unique, correct answer, when the question is: What was the original calculation that arrived at this particular end result? The ingredients of the original calculus to arrive at the number 144 or in the other example "star" is legio and cannot be determined unless we are able to calculate every single possibility that exists first, then by process of elimination narrowing down the possibilities and finally, we will arrive at the original set of numbers or ingredients that determined the particular outcome 144 or "Star".
Not only can the numbers not be determined by classical laws of let’s say, thermodynamics, but it cannot be reverse engineered and it can be quite frankly be any number of combinations that returned this value! Classical laws of thermodynamics observe that a wide variety of systems will, perhaps after some flow of energy, come into equilibrium in a large ambient “heat bath”. You can’t unscramble an egg! So, in this example, the "scrambled egg", "heat bath" "star" and "144" are each the respective “End result"
In this example, there can be no objective, definite values for Entrophy, besides that we know the beginning was at a Zero value for Entrophy. Scientifically, in this situation, if we have a store of indicators, their values, after use, that will constitute a mathematically determined - "answer"
Every scientific theory thus leads to an infinity of regression, of thesis and antithesis and new synthesis. Differentiated Reality as the result of the origin of infinite possibilities of existence cannot be any statement that is taken to be true, to serve even as a premise or starting point for further reasoning and arguments of science. Scientific theory is indeed not scientifically accurate facts.
Albert Einstein tried to measure all the mass in the entire Universe? Now, Einstein was no idiot. Yet, only fools and idiots are going to attempt this. Ask yourself this: What phenomena in the Universe are we still unable to measure? In fact, what can be measured, if not measured in terms of something else?
LOOK AT CREATION
If this is an unrecognizable small portion of a large and overwhelmingly large Universe. Put the Earth in this picture and the task is senseless to perform. Put the sun in as a visible object and the task is ludicrous. Put the solar system in and still it will not show us as a freckle of the entirety of the Cosmos. The entire Milky Way might come about as a speck somewhere, but not big enough to be noticed. How many Milky Ways might fit into the Universe? Albert Einstein was prepared to measure the entire Universe!
What we observe is "the answer" or the result, where space and all material, is merely the presentation of the history of time. We see what we see without having a "sum" to look from to the "answer". We are in the future of the past, we are looking at the "result" of the past when we gauge at space filled with material, from the past.
Everything material will pass away at some point thus it is only wise to seek immortality with everything at your disposal letting nothing impede your way.