The Western Human’s World God And Science
What would the Western human’s world be without god, or without science
Scientifically natural gravity is (November 2013, Henis Dov) the “monotheism of the universe”.
The reverence- to- god- tradition/religions of the present Western culture, was introduced in the would-be Western communities cluster by Abraham (2117-1942 BCE) from the Casdites-Babylonians, in whom it was evoked by the sight of the apparently “praying” palm trees, with their palm-like leaves, rewarded with “God’s gift”, in Persian “Bagdad” (bag=god,dad=dat=edict,decree,law,hence date-fruit,data= given/gift.
This reverence-culture/ tradition was re-adopted by the Jews (Judah+Benjamin tribes) exiled into Babylonia (586 BCE), and later adopted also by the Persians who conquered the
Babylonian empire, and later adopted also by Alexander, who conquered the Persian empire, and later adopted also by the Greeks and finally adopted from the Greeks also by the Romans and by their following Western world heritage…
– What would a world without God look like?
– What would a world without science look like?
Science = knowledge about or study of the natural world based on facts learned through experiments and observation
God = the perfect and all-powerful spirit or being that is worshipped especially by Christians, Jews, and Muslims as the one who created and rules the universe, a spirit or being that has great power, strength, knowledge, etc., and that can affect nature and the lives of people.
: one of various spirits or beings worshipped in some religions.
Science and god are incompatible. Incompatible.
The present world is a god-believer scienceless world, conducted by ruthlessly competing for- energy interests, with consequent catastrophes to humanity…
Dov Henis (comments from 22nd century)