Science touches the essence of Spirituality
To those of you who are familiar with the science of thermodynamics would have come across the basic 3 laws of thermodynamics. I think the first two laws of thermodynamics come very close in touching the essence of life and matter itself, in explaining our basic dimension. One of the law of thermodynamics states that "Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, and that this energy can only transform into a different form". The other law of thermodynamics states that "The total disorder or randomness (entropy) of the universe will increase with every natural spontaneous change".
I think these two laws go a long way in making us understand some of the deeper mysteries of life and origin. Firstly, even the enlightened Spritualists, Seers, Prophets and Truth Seekers have admitted that we are nothing but energy. The eastern religions and philosophies have coined the term 'chakras' where as the western religions and mystics see it or define it as white light, spirits etc. But all in all they are all pointing towards instances of energy or energies that is within us and surround us. Hence its can be reasonably assumed that as we die our energy will only transform from one form which we can call dimension for our comprehension to another form or dimension. I will get back to more of this later on during my discussions on how thermodynamics touches the essence of life.
Moving onto the second law of thermodynamics which again makes us understand the reasons for death, fights and chaos that is spreading around the world with increasing population. This is directly related to an increase of disorder in the universe. Just as it is easy to throw a glass of water and break it, it is in a similar fashion easy to cause destruction in any matter we undertake or think along the lines of destruction. The reason for anger and destruction around the world can partly be blamed on circumstances that surround each individual but most importantly it is the natural tendency of nature to get disorganized and change into a more chaotic state of being.
Now to bring my point into consideration, I can fairly assume these two laws to hold a certain 'Truth Value' in regards to spirituality and Human behavior. On the other hand if I were to apply the 3rd law of mechanics of the great Sir Isaac Newton - which states that to every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. That particular law would fail in the above discussion and break down quite terribly since I would and could very well imply that to every action (by which I could refer to disaster or destruction) there is an equal and OPPOSITE reaction (by which I could refer to re-building or complete harmony of the world or circumstances or in order words reversal of destruction). This would mean something very different and illogical in the context of what we see around us everyday in terms of destruction. Hence I would say that this law does not really come close to the 'Truth Factor'.
By 'Truth Factor' again I mean anything that would hold true everywhere and in all cases. It is a really hard quantity to define or find and we can at this point only rely on our experiments and observations and say something is true unless otherwise proven wrong. A fair example of this would be that many a times a scientist has been wrong and has his theory disapproved for some reason or another, or that a newer theory has sounded and proved more appealing based on our experiments and this had led to the acceptance of the newer theory and discarding of the old theory.