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GOD’S SCIENTIFIC TRUTH IS MARCHING ON - The Marching Hymn of the Scientific GOD Kingdom (by Huping Hu on December 25, 2009)

I’ve dreamed a quantum dream in which I became one with the Almighty: IT revealed to me that IT alone is the Architect, Creator of all that exists; IT creates, sustains all things by ITS imagination, the spin of ITS mind, body; IT causes evolutions of the same by ITS mighty will, love of ITS creations; GOD’s scientific Truth is ready to march on.

Glory to Scientific GOD; Victory to Scientific GOD; GOD’s scientific Truth is ready to march on.

My mind’s eye has caught a glimpse of the inner workings of the Almighty: The essence of which is matrixing self-creation with ITS ethereal mind, body; I’ve brought back a few pieces of the treasure in experiments, mathematics; Oh, we’re all quantum-entangled parts of the Almighty - “our body is ITS temple”; GOD’s scientific Truth is ready to march on.

Glory to Scientific GOD; Victory to Scientific GOD; GOD’s scientific Truth is ready to march on.

My soul has felt the footsteps of GOD’s presence in the sub-atoms of my body: IT has sounded the quantum trumpet to guide us on the scientific path to Truth; IT has drawn ITS scientific sword to aide us in our search of the same; Oh, let’s be clear in our eyes, resolute in our hearts, swift in our steps; Since GOD’s scientific Truth is ready to march on.

Glory to Scientific GOD; Victory to Scientific GOD; GOD’s scientific Truth is ready to march on.

My mind’s ear has heard GOD’s calling to all of us the submitters to Truth: Reform those establishments which are anti-progress, anti-Truth; Save the misguided, hypocrites from the black hole, the hell they’re falling into; Be the hero to free all from darkness, ignorance - lead them to Truth; GOD’s scientific truth is marching on.

Glory to Scientific GOD; Victory to Scientific GOD; GOD’s scientific Truth is ready to march on.

The scientific GOD Kingdom is coming in a quantum leap with no warning: Let’s be ITS scientific, spiritual vessels to carry Science, Religion to new Heights; Let’s be ITS title wave, peacemakers to thrust mankind into the Paradise; Oh, let’s carry on ITS work so that mankind shall advance, not perish from the Earth; GOD’s scientific Truth is marching on.

Glory to Scientific GOD; Victory to Scientific GOD; GOD’s scientific Truth is ready to march on.


A Cosmic Insight (by Robert W. Campbell)

The author describes the first of a series of cosmic experiences that explicitly demonstrated the workings of the Cosmic Order. These awesome visual and experiential insights over a period of years revealed a Universal Methodology that the author calls “The System.”[i] It can complement traditional approaches to the physical, biological and social sciences. Five days of continual organic ecstasy preceded the first cosmic experience.

The Supreme Being explicitly identified Himself by demonstrating that there is no being apart from His Supreme Being. God is the living manifestation of Universal Values. He is Universal Wholeness as System 1, transcending and subsuming an open ended nested hierarchy of discrete higher Systems each of which elaborates on the lower Systems that transcend and subsume them. The subsumed hierarchy delineates how the whole of creation is structurally organized to work. Universal values bridge a Rift in Wholeness between self and other than self.

God is a supreme universal aspect of Self in Other than self. He is alive within all creation and yet he also transcends and subsumes the whole of creation. The System exhausts all possible structural varieties of phenomenal experience with respect to active interface processes between a common inside and a common outside, neither of which can be known to the exclusion of the other. All we can ever know in phenomena of any kind is active interface processes between them. The cosmic order historically integrates experience via the timeless and formless Void from which the universe of physical form is synchronously recalled. The boundless Void is a master memory bank that the Supreme Being subsumes and can employ as a medium of revelation in cosmic insights at His sole discretion.


Research by Looking Backwards: Reflexive Praxis in Search of Archaic Wisdom (by Paul Wildman & Iona Miller): Many of us, as researchers, would find it challenging to let our research data speak to us rather that to see it exclusively as part of the methodological categories we have already developed. This article proposes a methodology called 'Reflexive Praxis', a form of action research, to do just this. As 'Action Research', such methodologies remain controversial compared with the more conventional Empirical Research'. Indeed any development of action research, such as reflexive praxis, may be expected to be treated with even more skepticism. Nonetheless this article seeks to explore reflexive praxis as one way with which the researcher can interrogate both her/his inner and outer worlds. It is hoped that by doing this as action researchers we may be able to apprehend new combinations and patterns in our research data and indeed our lived life. This in turn can help us as researchers encounter meta-meaning in these combinations.

More Thoughts on Light, Matter, Space & Time (by Himangsu S. Pal): Space is precisely that place for me where I am not. If I am everywhere in the universe, then there will be no such place left for me any more, and thus I will be spaceless. When there will be space for me, there will also be time. Because in that case it will be possible for me to move from the place where I am to the place where I am not and thus there will be two events, one before, and one after; this will constitute time for me. But in case I am everywhere in the universe, no such occasion can ever arise, and so there will be no time for me. But if the universe as a whole is in some super-space or hyperspace, then again there will be space and time for it, but in that case it will no longer be The Whole. Thus The Whole, by definition, will always be spaceless and timeless. It is this, and this only, that can be so purely naturally. The light, not being The Whole, but still possessing its two said properties, gives us certainty that The Whole exists. The reason as to why God is spaceless and timeless is that there cannot be anything outside God.

On Atheists’ Complaint of No Evidence for God (by Himangsu S. Pal): Why atheists do think that there is no evidence for God. It may be the case that there is really no evidence. Or, it may be that there is, but atheists do not pay any heed to them. I will show here that the second statement is true, not the first one. For doing this I will follow the same path that atheists have followed. From a simple statement of theists that God is good they have concluded that God does not exist. Now we will find out what other statements have been made about this God, and we will also see what conclusions can be drawn about the universe from those statements about God. Further, it is pointed that that Buddhism is not an atheistic religion.

Administrator · Oct 19 '12 · Tags: reflexive praxis, light
Reflections on Materialist Metaphysical Dogmatism (by Graham P. Smetham)

Whilst it is true that a great deal of the details of the experimental science which is presented in programmes presented by Cox, Al-Khalili and others is correct, the overall metaphysical perspective within which these details are presented is for the most part appallingly incorrect because they do not accord with the details of modern physics, quantum physics in particular. The metaphysical framework which underpins the general worldview of the programmes presented by both Cox and Al-Khalili largely corresponds to what Stapp refers to as a ‘known-to-be-false’ materialist perspective. The inappropriate materialist metaphysical dogmatism which underlies such programmes leads to some silly nonsense being presented without any challenge. This article cuts through the metaphysical madness.

Reflections on Materialist Metaphysical Dogmatism (Part I)

Reflections on Materialist Metaphysical Dogmatism (Part II)

Reflections on Materialist Metaphysical Dogmatism (Part III)

A Dynamical Key to the Riemann Hypothesis (by Chris King)

We investigate a dynamical basis for the Riemann hypothesis (RH) that the non-trivial zeros of the Riemann zeta function lie on the critical line x = ½. In the process we graphically explore, in as rich a way as possible, the diversity of zeta and L-functions, to look for examples at the boundary between those with zeros on the critical line and otherwise. The approach provides a dynamical basis for why the various forms of zeta and L-function have their non-trivial zeros on the critical line. It suggests RH is an additional unprovable postulate of the number system, similar to the axiom of choice, arising from the asymptotic behavior of the primes as n→∞.

Part I of this article includes: Introduction; The Impossible Coincidence; Primes and Mediants - Equivalents of RH; A Mode-Locking View of Dirichlet L-functions and their Counterexamples; Widening the Horizon to other types of Zeta and L-Function; L-functions of Elliptic Curves; and Modular and Automorphic Forms.

Part II of this article includes: Functions with Functional Equations but no Euler Product; A Central Showcase: Modular Forms Meeting Elliptic Functions; Seeking Examples with Product Formulae; Dynamically Manipulating the Non-trivial Zeros in and out of the ‘Forbidden Zone’; Finding Coefficient Paths with On-Critical Zeros; Conclusion; Appendix 1: Mediants and Mode-Locking; Appendix 2: Finite Fields and Square Roots of -1; Appendix 3: Derivation of Davenport Heilbronn; Appendix 4: A Comparison of Computational Methods; and Appendix 5: Useful Sage and PARI-GP Commands.

Fractal Geography of the Riemann Zeta Function (by Chris King)

The quadratic Mandelbrot set has been referred to as the most complex and beautiful object in mathematics and the Riemann Zeta function takes the prize for the most complicated and enigmatic function. Here we elucidate the spectrum of Mandelbrot and Julia sets of Zeta, to unearth the geography of its chaotic and fractal diversities, combining these two extremes into one intrepid journey into the deepest abyss of complex function space.

Part I of this article includes: Introduction; A Bridge over Turbulent Waters; Chasing the Critical Points and their Parameter Planes; and A: The Additive World - 1: Far East - the Asymptotically-Critical Plateau; 2: Real Critical Points, from Miniscule to Vast; and (3) Shang-ri-La – The Unreal Criticals.

Part II of this article includes: B: The Multiplicative Universe; and Appendix: Fractal Geography of Eta, Xi and Dirichlet L-functions; and Introduction for Non-mathematicians.

Experimental Observations on the Uncomputability of the Riemann Hypothesis (by Chris King):


This paper seeks to explore whether the Riemann hypothesis falls into a class of putatively unprovable mathematical conjectures, which arise as a result of unpredictable irregularity. It also seeks to provide an experimental basis to discover some of the mathematical enigmas surrounding these conjectures, by providing Matlab and C programs which the reader can use to explore and better understand these systems (see appendix 6 in Part II).

Part I of this article includes: Introduction; The Riemann hypothesis and the Zeta Function; and The Quantum Chaos Connection.

Part II of this article includes: Julia and Mandelbrot sets of the Riemann Zeta Function; The Syracuse Shibboleth; and Appendices: 1. Moments of Zeta; 2. Zeta Bernoulli Numbers; 3. Twin Prime Distribution; 4. Other Dirichlet series for zeta; 5. Lanczos approximation to Gamma; 6. Mac XCode Viewer and Matlab Toolbox for Figures; and 7. A Formula for Depicting the Derivative of Zeta.

On Atheist Spirituality by Elemer E. Rosinger: In this series of essays, I explore and discuss spiritualization of materialistic atheism in support of Andre Comte-Sponville. These essays are further dedicated to Marie-Louise Nykamp.

Essay I contains: A Short Story; Much More Wrong Than ...; Good Life ...; and The Poor Shall Always Be with Us?

Essay II contains: The Approach To Be Followed; Three Questions followed by ... another Four Ones ...; A Few Starting Propositions; the End of Time; and Twice Unknown ....

Essay III contains: Without Precedent in Human History; Two Aspects of Human Awareness? Two Way Interactions ...; Research versus Development ...; The Ways of the Good Old Baron von Mnchausen ...; and Sorry, but Belief and Faith Are Good only for....

Essay IV contains: The Interplay between Our Affective and Cognitive Beings ...; Mere Sensation of Truth = Truth, or Is It Indeed? Back to C-S, and Starting with Its First Chapter; and On Chapter Two: Does God Exist?

Essay V contains: Extended Harmony, and Growing Up at Last ...; On Chapter Three: Can There Be an Atheist Spirituality ? On Mysticism and Mystery: For How Longer Are We to Be Bound to Unfortunately Misplaced Words?

Essay V contains: Extended Harmony, and Growing Up at Last ...; On Chapter Three: Can There Be an Atheist Spirituality ? On Mysticism and Mystery: For How Longer Are We to Be Bound to Unfortunately Misplaced Words?

Essay VI contains: Immanensity? Lost on an ... Ocean of Feeling ...? Oh again a Mystical Experience ... Gnosticism, a Rather Irresistible and Better Human Temptation ...; and A Finger....

Essay VII contains:Oh, that I, ... Problems with I, New and Old ...; And Again, the Same Finger ...; To Bring, or Not, Forth What Is Within You ...; A Question ...; Is it a Mystery? And Conclusions.

Administrator · Oct 14 '12 · Tags: atheist, spirituality
Scientific GOD Journal has just published Volume 3 Issue 9 entitled "Cosmic Insight, Pathway for Compassion, Creation of Experiential Reality & Glocalisation."


Scientific Pathway for Compassion (by Pradeep B. Deshpande)

The Conscious or Unconscious Creation of Experiential Reality (by Steven E. Kaufman)

Glocalisation as a Key Human Survival Technology: Towards a Fractal Logic for Growing Peaceful Futures through an Archaic Renaissance (by Paul Wildman, Iona Miller)

Mystical Experiences

A Cosmic Insight (by Robert W. Campbell)


About Truth and Bias (by Robert W. Campbell)

The Experiential Basis of the Spiritualist/Materialist Duality (by Steven E. Kaufman)

The Either/Or Nature of the Individual's Mode of Being as Allowing or Resistant in the Creation of Experiential Reality (by Steven E. Kaufman)

The Necessity of God & the Uncreated Whole (by Himangsu S. Pal)

Can Four Questions Define the Transcendental? (by Elemer E. Rosinger): Usual definitions of the transcendental are given by ontological assumptions. Typical in this regard are those in various theologies or philosophies. And needless to say, such ontological assumptions can easily be challenged, if not in fact, they actually do invite such challenges. Plato's Cave Allegory in his book "Republic" is an exception, since it can be seen as a definition of the transcendental, albeit rather indirectly and through a quite involved story. And as such, it is not at all about any ontological assumption, but only about gnoseology, epistemology and pragmatics. Here, a similar definition of the transcendental is suggested, namely, a definition which does not use any ontological assumption, and instead, it only refers to gnoseology, epistemology and pragmatics. The novelty is in the fact that the mentioned definition consists of nothing more than four successive questions. After the foregoing non-ontological definition of ontology was suggested with the help of four questions, several immediate developments are presented.

Where and How Do They Happen? (by Elemer E. Rosinger): This is a two part paper. The first part, written somewhat earlier, presented standard processes which cannot so easily be accommodated within what are presently considered as physical type realms. The second part further elaborates on that fact. In particular, it is argued that quantum superposition and entanglement may better be understood in extensions of what we usually consider as physical type realms, realms which, as it happens, have so far never been defined precisely enough.

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