The nature of consciousness
We are introduced to large-sized land animals. Even beyond this, very few people are aware of the fact that living beings exist and they too have their own world. How many castes and sub-castes of creatures crawling on earth are there — what is their nature? What is their venture to think and do? It is not possible for us to imagine the distance, through which means they have to go through and under which circumstances they have to live.
Our consciousness is tailored to the human mind-situation and means, we have to work with the limited vision and knowledge that he has got, then how can it be possible to imagine correctly about the unique world of other beings. The same is also with respect to the information. Information about the water creatures that can be seen with the eyes is limited to those who come in front of the eyes and keep introducing themselves. There is negligible information about the water organisms living on the sea level. To ascertain their nature and circumstances, one needs to think – like tools and tools are needed to raise them will prove to be even harder than space instruments. Even so, it is a fact that the ‘world’ of its earth is not as small as it is thought and known by humans. On this earth, innumerable species of animals live. Their number is also so large that in comparison, the strength of 400 million human beings will seem very insignificant and laughable. Apart from the number force, the circumstances of their nature, need, mutual support system, subsistence, humour, genealogy, happiness etc. will be found so bizarre that they can be said to be completely different and unique from the ‘world’ of humans. The wonder is that there are innumerable picture-bizarre worlds of myriad creatures on our land. Innumerable civilizations are flourishing. Myriad lifestyles are being implemented, but we are limited to our own world, and considering that limited area as everything, we are making the intention of living in the world of fools.
In the second half of the seventeenth century, scientist Onofa Leuvenac observed microbes with self-made lenses. In the nineteenth century, Louis Pasteur learned the world of microbes and demonstrated their role by experiment. Then this cycle continued to grow. The microbiology developed by Korav, McNirvov, Finlay, Fleming is today a field of vast study-exploration.
Microorganisms are so small that they cannot be seen with the eyes. By keeping close together, usually, 25 thousand micro-organisms will merge in an inch space. There are many castes based on both their shape and weight. Normally, the weight of twenty billion microbes is equal to that of a poppy.
Subtle GVs are found everywhere. Even these have been found in such places, where no possibility of life was considered. They have also been found in the upper layers of the Earth’s atmosphere, in the ice of the southern poles, in the boiling current of hot springs, in the cooling systems of nuclear reactors.