Materialistic science may one day finally discover the eternal animaterial world which has for so long been unknown to the wranglers of gross materialism. Regarding the scientists’ present conception of antimatter, the Times of india (Oct 27, 1959) published the following news release:
Stockholm, Oct. 26 1959, Two American atomic scientists were awarded the 1959 Nobel Physics Prize for the discovery of the antiproton, proving that matter exists in two forms i.e. as particles and antiparticles. They are Italian-born Dr Emillo Segre, 69 , and Dr. Owen Chamberlain, born in San Francisco…. According to the one of the fundamental assumptions of the new theory, there may exist another world, or an antiworld, built up of antimatter. This antimaterial world would consist of atomic and subatomic particles spinning in reverse orbits to those of the world we know. If these two worlds should ever clash, they would both be annihiliated in one blinding flash.
In this statement, the following propositions are put forward:
- There is an antimaterial atom or particle which is made up of the antiqualities of material atoms.
- There is another world besides this material world of which we have only limited experience.
- The antimaterial and material worlds may clash at a certain period and may annihilate one another.
Out of these three items, we, can fully agree with items 1 and 2, but we can agree with item 3 only within the limited scientific definition of antimatter. The difficulty lies in the fact that the scientist’s conception of antimatter extends only to another variety of material energy, whereas the real antimatter must be entirely antimaterial. Matter as it is constituted is subjected to annihilation, but antimatter if it is to be free from all material symptoms, must also be free from annihilation, by its very nature. If matter is destructible or separable, antimatter must be indestructible and inseparable. We shall try to discuss these propositions from the angle of authentic scriptural vision.
The most widely recognized scriptures in the world are the Vedas. The Vedas have been divided into four parts: Sama, Yajur, Rg and Atharva. The subject matter of the Vedas is very difficult for a man of ordinary understanding. For elucidation, the four Vedas are explained in the historical epic called the Mahabharata and m eighteen Puranans. The Ramayana is also a historical epic which contains all the necessary information from the Vedas. So the four Vedas, the original Ramayana by Valmiki, the Mahabharata and the Puranas are classified as Vedic literatures. The Upanisads are parts of the four Vedas, and the Vedanta-sutras represent the cream of the Vedas. To summarize all these Vedic literatures, the Bhagavad-gita is accepted as the essence of all Upanisads and the preliminary explanation of the Vedanta-sutras. One may then conclude that from the Bhagavad-gita alone one can have the essence of the Vedas, for it is spoken by Lord Sri Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who descends upon this material world from the antimaterial world in order to give complete information of the superior form of energy.
So for knowing the understanding of antimatter further, from these valuable scriptures please wait for next article tommorrow. This article is taken from a very famous book Easy Journey to Other planets.