- Mar 27, 2019
- Eastern Europe
My point was not philosophical, for example in ancient times people thought that some weather phenomenal or astral movements are gods’ wrath and now we know exactly how and why they happen. And things that have been proven scientifically can’t be disproven, maybe some theories that were not based on facts or something verifiable. At this point you only choose to have a mystical explanation. And what you call mystical today it should have later on an explanation that anyone could understand. Anyway, I don’t think this helps at all.im not of a scientific mind
and things that are ' proven ' scientifically
are sometimes later disproven
by another scientist
What I believe in is that our brain have serious flaws in certain situations and of course one feels that those are real, nobody should say otherwise, in the same time we should seek for a resolution so we can understand how to really cope and what can be done better.