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                  The   magician   Arthur   Schopenhauer   replaced   the   Kantian   "thing   in   itself"   in   his major   work   "The   World   as   Will   and   Imgination"   in   1819   by   the   term   of   the   Will.   The metaphysical    extension    of    the    term    Will    processed    J.K.    Rowling    in    her    highly successful   children's   book   series,   "Harry   Potter   and   ..."   in   a   very   impressive   way. The performance    of    Schopenhauer    was    to    have    made    known    Indian    philosophy    in Germany    and    he    conveyed    that    our    senses    are    also    subject    to    illusions.    He generalized   in   such   a   way   that   the   world   is   relative   and   imagination   and   the   world would   be   identical.   A   very   good   sorcerer's    apprentice       of   Schopenhauer   was   Albert Einstein.   His   merit   is   that   he   considers   the   observer   in   his   interaction   with   the   world. This    is    the    revolutionary    new    in    physics    that    did    not    exist    before.    From Schopenhauer,    he    took    the    idea    of    relativity,    namely    that    there    is    no    difference between   subject   and   object,   nor   between   the   world   and   its   image.   He   used   this   idea   in his   special   theory   of   relativity,   under   the   title   "On   the   Electrodynamics   of   solids"   as he   applied   the   Lorentz   transformation   to   Maxwell's   equations   to   symmetrize   them and   so   leaving   the   magnetic   forces   behind      from   the   perspective   of   a   fast   electron. As a   result,   he   conveyed   to   the   reader   the   impression   that   they   were   gone.   He   probably had   no   idea   what   spirits   he   called   by   it.   But   the   attentive   reader   of   the   Einstein   article should   not   be   missed   that   one   gets   while   by   changing   the   observer's   location,   which is   a   mathematical   transformation,   a   different   picture   of   the   world,   but   only   a   picture   and   no   other   world.   Physically,   nothing   has changed.   This   suggests   Maya,   the   Indian   goddess   of   deception,   as   Schopenhauer   could   confirm   if   he   had   been   alive   at   that   time. This   is   the   stuff   life   of   the   magician.   The   crowd   of   spirits   of   Monsignor   Lemaître   created   the   Lemaître   universe   also   known   as   "Big Bang"   or   "standard   model   of   cosmology"   ,   based   on   the   theory   of   relativity,   the   theory   holding   the   image   of   the   world   for   the   world itself   in   order   to   reconcile   science   with   religion.   Lemaître   himself   considered   this   shift   in   the   optical   spectra   for   a   reference   to   a escape   movement   of   galaxies,   which   fits   the   idea   of   the   world   as   a   surface   of   an   expanding   balloon.   Only   for   realists   a   surface   is   no room but at most its image.       No science, even physics can not do without the four basic assumptions. 1. Conservation of mass and energy 2. Causality 3. The unity of opposites 4. The self-similarity instead of symmetry  
Ifn’t   would   be   a   wall   in   the   minds   of   Western   thinkers   as   a   result   of   the   commandment   You   shall   have   no   other   gods   before   me   they would   recognize   the   profound   wisdom   of   the   ancient   Indian   philosophy,   where   these   three   principles   are   symbolized   by   impersonal gods.    The    possibility    of    personal    choice    gods    cancels    the    absolutist    claim    to    truth    and    promoted    the    democratization    of    a heterogeneous community of faith. This approach would much closer  to Lemaître's idea than the  claim to absolute truth.
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                        The    magician   Arthur    Schopenhauer replaced   the   Kantian   "thing   in   itself"   in   his major     work     "The     World     as     Will     and Imgination"   in   1819   by   the   term   of   the   Will. The   metaphysical   extension   of   the   term   Will processed     J.K.     Rowling     in     her     highly successful    children's    book    series,    "Harry Potter   and   ..."   in   a   very   impressive   way.   The performance   of   Schopenhauer   was   to   have made   known   Indian   philosophy   in   Germany and    he    conveyed    that    our    senses    are    also subject   to   illusions.   He   generalized   in   such   a way      that      the      world      is      relative      and imagination     and     the     world     would     be identical.   A   very   good   sorcerer's    apprentice      of    Schopenhauer    was   Albert    Einstein.    His merit   is   that   he   considers   the   observer   in   his   interaction   with   the   world.   This   is   the revolutionary   new   in   physics   that   did   not   exist   before.   From   Schopenhauer,   he took   the   idea   of   relativity,   namely   that   there   is   no   difference   between   subject   and object,   nor   between   the   world   and   its   image.   He   used   this   idea   in   his   special   theory of   relativity,   under   the   title   "On   the   Electrodynamics   of   solids"   as   he   applied   the Lorentz   transformation   to   Maxwell's   equations   to   symmetrize   them   and   so   leaving the   magnetic   forces   behind      from   the   perspective   of   a   fast   electron. As   a   result,   he conveyed   to   the   reader   the   impression   that   they   were   gone.   He   probably   had   no idea   what   spirits   he   called   by   it.   But   the   attentive   reader   of   the   Einstein   article should   not   be   missed   that   one   gets   while   by   changing   the   observer's   location, which   is   a   mathematical   transformation,   a   different   picture   of   the   world,   but   only   a picture   and   no   other   world.   Physically,   nothing   has   changed.   This   suggests   Maya, the   Indian   goddess   of   deception,   as   Schopenhauer   could   confirm   if   he   had   been alive   at   that   time.   This   is   the   stuff   life   of   the   magician.   The   crowd   of   spirits   of Monsignor   Lemaître   created   the   Lemaître   universe   also   known   as   "Big   Bang"   or "standard   model   of   cosmology"   ,   based   on   the   theory   of   relativity,   the   theory holding   the   image   of   the   world   for   the   world   itself   in   order   to   reconcile   science with   religion.   Lemaître   himself   considered   this   shift   in   the   optical   spectra   for   a reference   to   a   escape   movement   of   galaxies,   which   fits   the   idea   of   the   world   as   a surface   of   an   expanding   balloon.   Only   for   realists   a   surface   is   no   room   but   at   most its image.       No science, even physics can not do without the four basic assumptions. 1. Conservation of mass and energy 2. Causality 3. The unity of opposites 4. The self-similarity instead of symmetry  
Ifn’t    would    be    a    wall    in    the    minds    of    Western    thinkers    as    a    result    of    the commandment   You   shall   have   no   other   gods   before   me   they   would   recognize   the profound   wisdom   of   the   ancient   Indian   philosophy,   where   these   three   principles   are symbolized   by   impersonal   gods. The   possibility   of   personal   choice   gods   cancels   the absolutist   claim   to   truth   and   promoted   the   democratization   of   a   heterogeneous community   of   faith.   This   approach   would   much   closer      to   Lemaître's   idea   than   the     claim to absolute truth.
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the Cosmos

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All smart one was already thought, you just have to try to think again. Johann Wolfgang v. Goethe
Indian Philosophy
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Physics  between Reality and Surrealism
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