How can science develop further in order to truly research, understand reality?
Question from the Internet:
“How would the world change if science stopped improving?”
Science has already stopped improving, developing as we have hit the wall, the boundary until we could reach, to research, understand the world through our inherently subjective, egocentric consciousness, perception of reality.
As a result, we are either running in circles, each new “revelation” just opening even more perplexing questions, or sciences become philosophical, theoretical without any actual practical application.
We can develop from here only, if we first upgrade, develop the “observer”, ourselves. We can fully and truthfully research and attain reality only, when our viewpoint becomes totally selfless, uncompromised and that way objective.
This requires a special, unique scientific method that can help us learn and implement rising above our own inherent viewpoint, blindness by learning, practising how to sense, perceive reality through the desires, needs and viewpoints of other people, when we effectively “disappear”, “escape ourselves” through others.
This is how — in smaller, purposefully, methodically created and moderated, mutually supportive and mutually complementing environments — we can develop a unique, mutual, collective viewpoint, through which we can all access and understand reality “as it is”.