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Universal Science Part I


S. D. S. Deshapriya

Road Development Authority, LK
About S. D. S.

Senior Engineer

Eng., C.Eng. MIE(Sri Lanka), B.Sc Eng. (Moratuwa)

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This paper is an outcome of a trial carried out to find a common methodology to address the different subjects together rather than treating each separately. It was an effect of, after observing the common features and occurrence among different things. Accordingly the patterns prevailing over different subjects were found. In this respect circular thinking method has been selected as the best way to deal with formation of patterns among different subjects and to address the same. This gave birth to the concept of Universal Science. This paper also describes how Buddhism which comprises of circular thinking (in patterns of thinking), could be used to enhance the Science and other subjects, beyond the limitations of Western Science. Herein, the different subjects are taken together using similarities, patterns and addressing at the elementary level under the Universal Science, rather than treating them separately. Since the subject structure is completed in Buddhism, this unique identity of the Philosophy is used to maximize the various subjects (transformation of Buddhism?). Accordingly the subject of management is also given a broader definition and the subject of law is also raised to a broader logical base, as examples. This is going to be the future science with valid facts, which covers all the subjects. Delay in the Western Science and getting rid of it by the method of patterns is also explained by taking the ISO as an example . It could be further shown, that all the methods used for the discoveries in the world have the same methodology which follow for attaining the Nibbana. Accordingly the Five methods are given. Universal Science gives the most effective way of solving the problems. Ample benefits which can be achieved through this science is listed out, accordingly. This could be utilized very effectively, when making the Knowledge Hub in the process of heading towards “Ashcharyaya” (Miracle) as well.
How to Cite: Deshapriya, S.D.S., 2012. Universal Science Part I. Engineer: Journal of the Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka, 45(3), pp.49–58. DOI:
Published on 28 Jul 2012.
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