1 min readThe mystery of the invisible universe

Scientists believe that the universe is made up of an invisible force. Why can’t they accept that consciousness can exist outside of the confines of the brain?

Did you know that the entire visible universe – the sun, the planets, the protons, electrons, and neutrons that make up all atoms – make up only 5% of the universe? The 95% is composed of dark energy, a kind of energy that is completely invisible and undetectable. This article explores what we know about dark matter and why it is important in our study of the universe. 

Implications for AI

Materialists refuse to believe in matters like consciousness and the human spirit because these are beyond observation, and hence, are unquantifiable. And yet they believe in a universe that is made up of the invisible. Is science becoming a belief system?

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