Human knowledge is not trustworthy, we need to acquire knowledge from Nature

Zsolt Hermann
Oct 15, 2020

Question from the Internet:

Is human knowledge trustworthy?

Present Human knowledge is not trustworthy.

We are all born with an inherently egocentric, subjective consciousness and perception of reality. As a result the picture we form about reality is very limited and totally distorted.

We have been living in an illusiory bubble within nature, developing according to our own arbitrary laws, systems that are incompatible with Nature.

As a result of a certain saturation reached in our generation, now this Human bubble had become like symptomatic cancer in Nature. So from now on Nature - operating by strict, unchanging laws that sustain the fragile balance and homeostasis life depends on - won’t allow us to continue with the same unnatural, excessively consuming, ruthlessly competitive Human “Matrix” we have been pursuing before.

This is why the pandemic and the growing crisis is dismantling the previous Human system we won’t be able to revive regardless of what we try.

At the same time classical sciences - with an the technology we have - are desperately helpless to explain and solve the mounting global problems.
Simply put, we will not survive with our present, inherently limited, introverted and thus useless knowledge.

We need to change our consciousness and perception of reality in a way, that we become able to learn and attain Nature’s knowledge, wisdom through acquiring similarity to Nature’s system.
And that similarity is achieved through “clothing into” Nature’s primary qualities of selfless, altruistic, unconditionally serving, cooperating interconnections.



Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.