How do the laws of nature empower you to expand your knowledge on anything?
April 26, 2011 Leave a comment
You can never expand your knowledge if the laws of nature do not permit you to expand it. The laws of nature empower
you to expand your knowledge. For example, you have water. You use it and experience it throughout your life. Can
your experience allow you to know that water has hydrogen and oxygen? The laws of nature empower you to see the
divisiblity of water. If you attempt to see the divisibility of water, you not only get the knowledge of divisibility of water
but also get the knowledge of its parts (hydrogen and oxygen atoms). When you attempt to study the divisibility of water,
your knowledge expands from water to its parts. In the same manner comparability, connectivity, sensitivity, transformabil-
ity, substitutability and satisfiability of things empower us to expand your knowledge. You can never expand the qualities
of water by expanding your knowledge about water. You can never expand the qualities of hydrogen by expanding your
knowledge about hydrogen. You can never expand the qualities of a thing by expanding your knowledge about it.
You can systematically expand your knowledge on anything
if you know the mechanism by which one’s knowledge expands about anything!
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