The arrogance of clarity

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arrogance

“An arrogant person considers himself perfect. This is the chief harm of arrogance. It interferes with a person’s main task in life—becoming a better person.” ―Leo Tolstoy This is a common characteristic that I found in many people around me. I always wonder how anyone can be so confident or arrogant on what they know or they believe. I always believe that I cannot know any subject completely and can never claim that I know  more than anyone else, this is practically impossible, it is all relative. On the contrary I fully agree with Socrates when he said ‘I know
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The only way

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Jack, a scientist is doing a research in his laboratory loves to keep photos of all scientists in his lab and he prefers to put complex mathematical formula in his note. One day while during a research there was a massive earthquake and almost all civilization is lost on earth, after thousands of years civilization again evolves but absolutely on different axioms, they don’t have pen, paper, or even any presentation of knowledge, they transfer knowledge at a will to other mind without any media. While doing kind of archaeological surveys such sophisticated civilization finds Jack’s lab and they saw
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Science at verge of becoming religion

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In my view both science and religion are sibling (of a father Philosophy?) and religion is an elder brother but his younger brother (Science) is also following the steps and trying like to be a big brother and the religious aspect of science is known as ‘Scientism’. Scientism is used by many atheist to prove that there is no God and always ask if you can prove it. Rationally it is not possible to compare science with religion; you cannot compare religion scientifically or science religiously. It looks exactly the same case of comparing apples with oranges. Both are of
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A ≅ B So A=B?

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We usually refer a map (paper or Google) while we want to look for a new place and in western countries it is quite common whereas in India, it is bit different, you don’t need a map, just call someone on road and they will guide and if you are lucky, they will join you and drop you to your destination. We all know that map is a reference and we don’t need it once we reach the destination, if you are refereeing a map to reach Taj Mahal , you will reach with the map but you would not
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Identity crisis

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A perfection of means, and confusion of aims, seems to be our main problem Albert Einstein Technically ‘identity crisis’ is a psychological term and used to describe a condition where we are confused about our identity and really don’t know who we are. Are we what we think or we are what other think about ourselves? Many times we really don’t know who we are. Not only for individuals but this is also true for communities, countries, cultures and business.  Any community or culture which lost their identity was destroyed in a short time and communities with strong cultural penetrations
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Half-glass people

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The common and dangerous features of above list are generalization and misconceptions. The statements are half-truth like half empty or half full glass. We conclude from these statements based on our own understanding, concepts and interests and in hurry we many times miss the entire truth.
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Chemistry of the God

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My views published in Annual Magazine (1996) of Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Technology and Engineering, M. S. University of Baroda, while persuading my Masters in Chemistry In Chemistry, we all know that there are three phases of matter viz., solid, liquid and gas. All these phases are enclosed within the boundary conditions of three dimensions These three phases have different constituent and characteristics. If we break away from the restrictions of these elements and can create universal element in free space. Thinking on these lines, we can take universe as a one phase (!), soul as the second
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Why ‘God’ Particle?

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There is a dispute with ‘God Particle’ term being used for Higgs Boson Particle. How science can approve a God? The intellect will never allow approving the God because of an apprehension, the moment you approve God, you also approve so called religious scripture, superstitions and all other stuffs on which science can never agree. The same also happened to Buddha, he always avoided using the term ‘God’, he never agreed that God exists but it does not mean that he did not believe in  God but he had some problem which science has today. Does the God Particle mean
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Simple science and Complex Religion

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Why science looks logical and has only few and common theories (read disputes) whereas behavioral science, management, religions, The God and knowledge about humans is too complex and so many? The very intelligent scientist and author of modern time Mr Richard Dawkin asks ‘ Why we have lots of religion and theories on God’? The answer is very simple if you want it simply and complex if you want to understand it with complexity but there is an answer. It can be very simple to understand, if you are a parent or a teacher of primary school. The best example
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Sensitivity

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We know ‘extreme’ of anything is dangerous but when we are dealing with our feelings, thoughts and perceptions, the term ‘extreme’ gets relative, you cannot gauge it with constants or parameters. Sensitivity and emotions are perhaps the major feelings that make us different from other animals.  Humans have extreme emotions and we ‘share’ it a lot. However, should we really be a sensitive or it is good to be insensitive? I was told by many wise people (including experts) that don’t be too sensitive, be practical; you get more pain if you are sensitive. The main causes of all our
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