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(117)ALL DEVOURING PROGRESS AND RELIGION

          All natural and physical pursuit and no moral restraint was a very unbalanced philosophy of life indeed, and nothing surprising, if the results are devastating. Universal anarchy, mistrust, distrust, to mutual devastation, wee the most natural consequences of a philosophy which had this world alone as its object, and no consideration either of the other world or the moral philosophy as the necessary factors of human life. They who still think that this material progress was the means of the attainment of the

 

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(118)DECLARATION TO THE WORLD

Complete anarchy will now prevail throughout the world. Every country will fight against every country.  Every man's hand will be upon every man's throat. This earth will become an asylum of Cancer-ridden chimeras, and a nest of disturbed hornets. No alternative now remains for this mankind but either to perish under the hails of atomic bombs suddenly, deservedly, or to perish slowly, lingeringly and miserably under the radiations of atomic-energy-for-peace, also deservedly. Any one, scientist, scholar or politician who refutes this statement, he is a victim of false hope.There is no protection against either the atomic bomb or the atomic radiation, now or ever.

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(119)MUTUAL DETERRENCE

No doubt the theory of mutual deterrence is a time-honoured theory. It has no particular or exclsuvie origin inthe nuclear affair but it could well be appplied to stick, kife or pistol. But the point which deserves note is that why tyere is apprehension of the danger of nuclear war between the nuclear powers, after they are all equally possessed of nuclaar deterrence? It is the factor of nuclea arms race that supersedes the factor of nuclear deterrence. To stop the arms race between the powers is sosmething which appears as well nigh an improbability.

 

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(120)DISCOVERIES OF SCIENCE ABOUT OUR EARTH

 (HOME) AND THE IMPACTS OF PHILOSOPHY

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 Modern science has during its three centuries of constant struggle made a number of discoveries, as established facts and as hypotheses and our philosophers have placed their interpretations on them. Yet out of various probable lines of interpretations, the philosophers have assumed a line that evidently appears as the echo of the doctrinal implications of early Greek Atomism, implications that are basically atheistic and exact antithesis of the doctrines of revealed religion. Science has discovered that (a) our home, this earth is incredibly small in comparison to the unimaginably vast-universe- around it. (b) life could exist only in zones that are utterly insignificant against the immensely vast regions of the universe incapable of producing life.

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