What is Causeless, What Does It Mean?July 2, 2021
Not based on a cause… In terms of science, causelessness is impossible, nothing happens spontaneously. Wherever there is a phenomenon, a process, a change, there must be a reason.
The great physicist Albert Einstein expresses this scientific truth when he says, “I cannot believe that God plays dice (God does not play dice)”. However, the metaphysical system of thought has always looked for causelessness everywhere and thought that it could prove its unnatural designs with it.
The metaphysical thought system also tried to benefit from the Heisenberg principle (Uncertainty principle) in this respect, and this error arises from reducing the concept of coincidence to the concept of causelessness. All these misconceptions are based on the metaphysical interpretation and misappraisal of the concept of cause.