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Physics is the study of nature; therefore, its theories must reflect the realities of nature and must have direct philosophical and practical implications for every human being.
The philosophy of space-time suggests that monism is not about just one God but is about the only physical entity in the universe. Density variations create the illusion of individuality but in reality there is only one, without a second.
Philosophy of cause and effect relationships suggests that whether a dog has Buddha nature or not depends on the dog. We have free-will but the outcome of every action is predetermined, therefore, no one else but we determine our own fate.
A physicist dares to answer some of the biggest questions that philosophy asks; the questions like, ‘Who am I?', 'Why am I here?', 'What is the reality of my existence?', 'What is objective reality?', 'Does God exist?', 'What are the philosophical implications of space-time?' 'What are the philosophical implications of cause-effect relationships?' ‘What is that knowing which, we can know everything else?’
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