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The Physics of Acausal Energy. Part One: An Outline of the New Physics.Causal science is based on the following foundations: (i) the causal, phenomenal, universe exists independently of us and our consciousness, and thus independent of our senses (ii) our limited understanding of this causal 'external world' depends for the most part upon our senses - that is, on what we can see, hear or touch that is, on what we can observe or come to know via our senses and by practical scientific experiments (iii) logical argu... More >>>
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The Physics of Acausal Energy. Part One: An Outline of the New Physics.

Causal science is based on the following foundations: (i) the causal, phenomenal, universe exists independently of us and our consciousness, and thus independent of our senses (ii) our limited understanding of this causal 'external world' depends for the most part upon our senses - that is, on what we can see, hear or touch that is, on what we can observe or come to know via our senses and by practical scientific experiments (iii) logical argument, or reason, is the basic means to knowledge and understanding of and about this 'external world' (iv) the cosmos is, of itself, a reasoned order subject to rational laws (v) that, in competing explanations of events or observations, the simplest and most logical explanation is to be preferred.