Buddhism and Quantum Physics -1

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Buddhism and Quantum Physics -1by wpjljron.Buddhism and Quantum Physics -1Jeffrey Grupp is a Buddhist philosopher, a political philosopher, and a lecturer at Purdue University Calumet and Purdue University Northcentral, both of whi…

Jeffrey Grupp is a Buddhist philosopher, a political philosopher, and a lecturer at Purdue University Calumet and Purdue University Northcentral, both of whi…

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  1. Master Hughes20 August, 2014 at 10:38 am

    Albert Einstein did not believe in a personal god, No he did not believe in
    the god that most people refer to. 

  2. Pat Boardman21 May, 2013 at 7:58 am

    Matter is brought into existence by consciousness, not the other way
    around. Matter is an illusion. An omnipresent self-aware consciousness, an
    all-powerful Creator brought life into existence (the first soul was like a
    template, a prototype – Emilius (the Light) or Messiah is the biological
    representative of God on Earth, hooked in to experience life on behalf of
    the Creator & participate) The Messiah is not God, he is a separate entity
    with deep emotions, the Alpha & Omega. Rex Regum.

  3. augustimnot2 December, 2012 at 9:40 pm

    So much hate in the youtube comments…but I blame the speaker in the
    video, for he can’t grasp anyones attention with his enthusiasm .

  4. R2Mintus17 October, 2012 at 7:51 am

    “Any scientist having studied buddhism agrees: no science.” In your own
    words, please define science. Here’s mine: Science is a process of
    knowledge finding via empiricism (i.e. direct observation/experimentation).
    Buddhism is very much science: Here’s what he said: Do not depend on others
    or myself, but depend on yourself to find truth (knowledge). Another one
    was, Take one of my teachings, apply it yourself, and if it be beneficial,
    keep it, if not, discard it. The grandpapa of democracy?

  5. shirkerstruggle30 July, 2012 at 3:22 pm

    Excellent- Thank you

  6. Indika Priyashantha7 July, 2012 at 6:12 pm

    If God created the world who created God…..and b4 he created the world
    what he did for leisure? Master-bating….

  7. Frederico Nolasco30 December, 2011 at 6:58 pm

    @RastafariPoet if you define god as the gathering of all that is
    “undefineble” i pretty much agree with you!

  8. highlander35520 December, 2011 at 2:58 pm

    @MrBaboonArse Why is that weird? Do you think that simply because there are
    parallels between Buddhism and Science that you believe Buddhists should
    have notable contributions to Science? How about notable contributions to
    peace? Heaps….really?

  9. mcpencil9 May, 2011 at 1:23 am

    @arefatx hahahaha you just deleted your comment. Nice one! Honestly, how
    sad does it feel to take the opinions of random stangers on youtube
    seriously enough, in order to lie and actually delete your own comments to
    make it look like you’re telling the truth.

  10. mcpencil8 May, 2011 at 5:56 am

    @arefatx bill gates is not jewish. also, please stop pushing your islamic
    agenda on this video.

  11. JurassicPlank9 February, 2011 at 4:11 pm

    Atom is merely a word that depicts a model which corresponds to current
    understanding.

  12. mykegoh2 January, 2011 at 3:52 pm

    @arefatx Peace…

  13. mykegoh2 January, 2011 at 2:38 pm

    @arefatx ..ah.. if buddism never believe in GOD, they should not develop
    this video because this video is related to the concept of ENERGY derived
    from Albert Einstein and Albert Einstein believe in GOD.. U’re using
    computer system made by bill gates’ company who is tilted towards atheism,
    do tht makes u an atheist..?? Your watching a buddhist vid, how funny can
    you be. cont ..1

  14. Calum Bevis24 December, 2010 at 12:43 pm

    @lunalamin Something I’ve noticed. Eastern religions such as Hinduism and
    Buddhism seem to be centered around “spiritual growth”, whereas the western
    Abrahamic religions seem to be more centered around the obedience towards a
    god. i.e. control and fear. With that said, Eastern religions are certainly
    more compatible with scientific discovery e.g. their principles refer to
    evolution rather than creation and their experience with the nature of
    reality with quantum mechanics.

  15. Kevin Gomez18 December, 2009 at 11:15 am

    It especially depends what you define as God.

  16. Israel Socratus25 October, 2009 at 8:08 am

    Science and Religion: Is there a conflict? === . Can a Rational Individual
    believe in God ? In other words: Can God be atheist, governed by scientific
    laws? Of course Why? Because if God exists, he must work in an Absolute
    Reference Frame and have a set of Physical and Mathematical laws to create
    everything And we can find and understand this Gods Absolute House and when
    we can find and understand these Cods Physical Laws

  17. hmt44412 July, 2009 at 3:58 pm

    amazing athesit is an idiot , period .

  18. trzalica19 June, 2009 at 2:50 am

    Why you all attacking me ? I’m thinking that the Bush, and all that New
    World Order movement, and people inside of those illuminati, masonic,
    buildberberg group, etc.. crashed in tall buildings. Certainly not
    buddhists and shit. So I replied to craig sarcastically, thinking that. Of
    course, I don’t support organized religions in any way, but buddhism is not
    a religion, nor is yoga that I’m fond of.. so I’m closer to buddhism then
    to atheism or theism. So quit attacking me already 🙂

  19. lunalamin12 June, 2009 at 3:49 pm

    nobody in the world had flew into a tall building in the name of
    Buddha….in fact Buddha is not god….he will not get you to heaven (if
    such thing existed at all ) because you died for him…

  20. corysmolly19 April, 2009 at 8:50 am

    i just wish he was a better speaker.. i subscribe to the theory and the
    background but damn he sux. Shows that anyone can lecture at purdue…

  21. SolMaster16 April, 2009 at 6:20 pm

    I think you’re confusing the difference between Islam revitalizing science
    and the middle east revitalizing science. There is in fact a distinction
    there. It wasn’t Islamic priests that got science back up and running, it
    was mathematicians and scientists that happened to live in predominately
    Muslim regions. The people who developed the atomic bomb were mostly
    Christians… do we say that Christians invented the A-bomb?

  22. 4unitedMAN16 April, 2009 at 3:54 pm

    Islam did not discover the electron mass, but would you have discovered
    this electron mass had it not been for ISLAM involvement in revitalising
    science, maths,etc with its knowledge during your dark ages

  23. humans inc14 April, 2009 at 10:13 am

    I’ve read the WHOLE koran and have read nothing like what you’re saying
    except for some vague mentions of jinns!!!

  24. 4unitedMAN1 April, 2009 at 1:05 pm

    heres something interesting about ISLAM and what we muslims know regarding
    the universe and its physics, paralell dimensions and beings -read article
    “Quantum Islam” by Dr Kevin J. Barrett also check out Gordon Creighton’s
    essay: The True Nature Of The ‘UFO Entities and Jay Alfreds Jinns plasma
    aliens from a parallel Earth. and you’ll soon discover ISLAM’S authority
    and unlimited knowledge on everything seen and unseen.

  25. reverendjeremiah4 November, 2008 at 2:38 pm

    Oh yeah, you are correct. Philosophy can never be wholly severed from
    science nor should it be. I was discussing the era when science was pretty
    much 100% philosophy, and thats not good. I think its a great thing for any
    science minded indivdual to learn philosophy because it is the history of
    science for so long. Might I also remind you that we now know, from his
    most recent revealed letters, that Einstein was an atheist who considered
    belief in a god to be childish. Budhists agree?

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