Inherently egocentric, subjective perception is useful as only above it, against it can we develop a new, selfless, objective viewpoint
An opinion about science, perception of reality:
“The truth is that some people in science are following a benevolent honest science, and some are not.”
“Since there are several billion people on the planet, there is everything under the sun, both good and bad, here for us to contemplate, and some do contemplate the issues, using science in a benevolent honest, and useful way. In my opinion, people first have to start using a more benevolent, honest approach to their observations of reality, and become more accurate in their articulation of the things they are observing.
For the most part, our subconscious minds will try to make whatever we say, hear or mirror into words, a reality, so taking a little care and time to create a habit that will articulate our thoughts, in a way that the subconscious will climb on board, and work 24/7 on the things we actually want, instead of exasperating the problems in the world, is important.
Using the word “some”, and as well using solution-orientated articulation, is very helpful in improving focus as well as maintaining a sane view of reality.”
Although we agree on much, again here I have to respond that using the word ‘some” does not apply to this context.
We are from the same species with the same, unique evolutionary purpose. For that reason, we are all born with an inherently egocentric, subjective point of view.
As a result, even if we wanted ( and we do not even know what this means since such a desire is missing from our program) we cannot approach perception of reality, scientific research in an “honest”, objective way as we do not have this ability in us by default.
We have to develop, acquire this ability, to gain a truly selfless, objective consciousness and perception through a unique educational method.
This is all purposeful by natural evolution, as only this way do we have free choice, and only this way can we develop a unique contrast, comparative research ability ( that is crucially necessary for a truly objective viewpoint) between our original egocentric, subjective, and the acquired selfless, objective viewpoint.
Thus there is nothing “evil” in our present state, we simply have to recognize it and start developing the higher, ideal state above it.
Finally, by using the notion “some” describing people, their qualities, behavior, we immediately introduce unjustified, subjective, egocentric discrimination in human society, and since we are all self-justifying we will inevitably associate ourselves with the “good some” and thus refute any idea of needing to change ourselves, by that preventing the necessary positive changes.