Tuesday, July 3, 2007

The Tao of Physics By Fritjof Capra.

One of the most fascinating, if not curious books that you ought to get hold of is The Tao of Physics by Fritjof Capra.

It's a book that attempts to co-relate the two purest pursuits, Philosophical Mystisism (Hindu, Chinese, Tao and Japanese) and Physics. This new amalgamation has been aptly named New Physics.

The book is especially interesting since it has references to the Vedas. There is a line in the book that explains the Vedas "If a farmer loses his only cow, he finds it in the Vedas".

Is there a building block on which the world is built?

Or do new structures spawn into existance to maintain balance? West vs. East.

Do the sub-atomic particles move because of the Cosmic Dance of Shiva according to Fritjof Capra ?

I guess the path to unravelling the mystries itself is reason to walk along it........and let it show itself .....

Taken from the collective idle ramblings of a mind that continues to think out of the box about sometimes relevant, sometimes random thoughts as best to its understanding and comprehension, without failing to question the reason behind every thought and action............