Foreword


„Studying and striving for truth and beauty in general is an area in which we can remain children for life.“

Theory of Reality Publication, Reality of Art Exhibition, Thomas Rosenthal, Artist, Künstler, Publikation, Aussstellung

Credit: NASA, ESA, and F. Paresce (INAF-IASF, Bologna, Italy), R. O’Connell (University of Virginia, Charlottesville), and the Wide Field Camera 3 Science Oversight Committee


Foreword

Motivation

Our curiosity drives us to explore everything imaginable. But what is the cause of our curiosity? It is the pursuit of truth that drives our curiosity. The fact that we are all striving for truth makes it clear what state we are in. It is the state of untruth.

This means that we do not know why the universe exists and what our purpose is in it. What we also do not know is whether there is a creative superior intelligence. Because that everything around us is a coincidence, as it is constituted and functions like a clockwork, is something which moves more and more into the background if one goes with open eyes and a sharp mind through his life.

If one wants to reach now from the state of the untruth into the state of the truth no way leads past it to ask the correct questions. Up to now it was always in such a way that the science asked the questions after the „how?“. The question of „why?“, on the other hand, has always been a question of faith. And faith is not knowledge. So we never have a way to escape the state of untruth.

The correct approach to solving the problem is quite simple. We must scientifically ask the question „why?“. And if until today the most intelligent minds had already known how to ask the question „why?“, we would already live in a much better world.

Knowing the truth will change the world. In the following introduction, you will learn to whom the question of „why?“ should be addressed.