Revelation’s Role in the Act of Science

Alexandru C. V. Ceapa


No role is granted to revelation (as disclosure by God) in the act of science. However, Einstein’s derivation of the Lorentz transformation in [1], and his later disregarding of it are the most striking proof that revelation plays an essential role in the act of science.  Once we identified the mark of revelation in [1], it is (more or less) identifiable in the valuable work of any physicist.  Unfortunately, when it happened, the identification of the mark of revelation was not followed by a rationale of the work. As to the impact of the missed revealed knowledge on the human progress, we will examine the consequences of the works of Einstein, Dirac and der Waerden.

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