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Universal Science Part III


S. D. S. Deshapriya

Road Development Authority, LK
About S. D. S.
B.Sc. Eng (Moratuwa), C.Eng. MIE(Sri Lanka) Senior Engineer, Road Development Authority.
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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 using circular thinking pattern which borrowed from Buddhism rather than addressing them separately. In addition to this, Buddhism which comprises of the perfect structure, immense innovative power and the broader ways of knowledge gaining are also utilized here to combine various subjects together. Due to the above fact, it further shows, how the subjects enhancements are feasible beyond prevailing knowledge level through patterns, simulations etc. Universal Science(US) reveals that, all are at a transitional stage hence it has been the reason for every thing in the universe to have mutually opposite dual characters, representing the (concept of) unique origin (Satara maha buta) in one hand. An attempt has been made here to show the strength of US, by addressing the universal secrets such as the revolving of planets,gravitational forces, expansion of universe, occurance of common patterns in different things, repetitive nature of things such as rain circle, food circle etc. Further the new areas has also been introduced, such as the influence to the subjects by the common patterns at a higher level, need for exploring the whole area than one at a time, forming new theories using Buddhist texts, such as on universal conservation, as well as on new innovations etc. Hence, it is an occation of showing a link in spiritual & material world in a different form. (Part I & Part II were published in June 2012 & June 2013 journals respectively.)

ENGINEER, Vol. 47, No. 01, pp. 43-48, 2014

Keywords: Buddhism, Universe
How to Cite: Deshapriya, S.D.S., 2014. Universal Science Part III. Engineer: Journal of the Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka, 47(1), pp.43–48. DOI:
Published on 27 Jan 2014.
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