Science Restricted By Universal Law

Taiwan Practitioner

PureInsight | May 28, 2001

At present, there are acknowledged principles and theories that scientists use as a foundation when designing various mechanical devices. Two accepted physical laws are: “conservation of energy” and “conservation of mass.” No matter what type of application is being developed, be it mechanical, electrical, optical or ergonomical, no theories can go against these principles. Through observation and experimentation, these principles have been proven correct.

Master said, “There is a principle in this universe called ‘no loss, no gain.’ To gain, one has to lose. If you do not want to lose, you will be forced to lose. Who plays such a role? It is precisely the characteristic of the universe that assumes this role.”(Zhuan Falun). I have recently enlightened to the fact that the principles of “conservation of energy” and “conservation of mass” are manifestations of the principle of “no loss, no gain” in the material realm of human beings.

Current scientific belief has recognized the principle of “no loss, no gain”; but it is only able to use the principle in a way that is restricted by the characteristic of the universe. In day-to-day living, various electrical implements and appliances, such as lamps and television sets, receive power from a power plant, which has transformed the energy from petroleum, natural gas, or nuclear fuel into electrical power. The power plant consumes (loses) these fuels to produce (gain) electricity. Scientists send rockets to outer space by burning huge amounts of fuel to obtain enough power for lift-off and to propel the rocket into space and orbit the earth. Fuel is lost to gain propulsion. Think about it, are there any products vehicles, or scientific instruments made by modern science that do not adopt this mode of losing one thing to gain another thing? The principle of “no loss, no gain” is clearly demonstrated. Since our science of today is not in complete harmony with the basic principle of the universe, however, the degree to which science is successful in meeting it’s goals is restricted by the principle of the universe. So great efforts must be expended to achieve small gains.

Master said, “Let me give you an example. The universe is in motion, and all of the universe’s Milky Ways and galaxies are also in motion. The nine planets orbit the sun, and Earth also rotates by itself. Think about it, everyone: Who’s pushing them? Who has given them the force? You cannot understand it with an ordinary person’s mentality, as it is just this rotating mechanism.” (Zhuan Falun). For example, the moon was made by pre-historic humans, and it makes use of this “rotating mechanism” It doesn’t need fuel to keep rotating for hundreds of thousands of years. Modern man-made satellites or spaceships need to burn fuel to fly, and are unable to use the rotating mechanism. If mankind is able to learn how to more closely obey the principles of the universe, the thinking of science will make great breakthroughs.

The preceding are just my personal thoughts. Please point out any mistakes in my thinking so that they can be corrected.

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