Theories of the Nature and Universe: Comparison of Pure Buddhist Philosophy and Science

What happen after death? How mind and brain work? Is life only on earth? How to die without any fear? Does life begin at conception? Nature theories have revealed. In this amazing book, you can find analytical answers to most unanswered questions in science and human history.

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This book offers a mysterious worldview that compares ancient mystical knowledge and science. Here, you can find analytical answers for most unanswered questions in science and human history. You may see the world in a different view after reading this book.

Mr. Muditha has created a completely new model of the universe while answering questions. He describes his model with elementary particle and consciousness entity. He defines the life with elementary particles and consciousness entities. Living beings are doing a big role in this model. He defines Karma as Newton’s third law for consciousness. This model expands over galaxy and to infinite universe. These most sophisticated concepts bringing us closer than ever to understanding how the nature and universe works.

It seems he has decoded many puzzles in mysteries ancient Pali books. Also he has put a great effort to explain some complicated concepts in simple English. Mr.Muditha has answered to the most basic but unsolved questions like;

How mind and brain work?
Is life only on earth?
Does life begin at conception?
What is the most basic partial of the nature?
How much size is universe?
What is the time?
Does creator god exist?
Are men superior to women?
What is the meaning of life?
What happen after death?
How to die without any fear?

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    What a great book! I love this book.!!

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Muditha Champika graduated from one of the best university in Japan with the BSc degree in Engineering. But he has a great understating of Buddhist philosophy since he grew up in a Buddhist culture in Sri Lanka. He think there are two big mistakes science has did, first one is science didn’t study about the mind and the second one is science couldn’t able to prove the existence of invisible beings. Humans expect better life in the future with the science. But he describes in the future humans will be more wicked and their life expectancy will go down in average.