When a scientist refers to spirit I question the utility of the statement; is it a slippery slope or a transcendental escalator moving downwards towards nothingness?

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Transcendental Scientific-ism?

To confine our attention to terrestrial matters would be to limit the human spirit.

- Stephen Hawking (1942-2018)

This is an Odd Downward Looking Spiral - A planksip® Perspective and Limiting Distance

When a scientist refers to spirit I question the utility of the statement; is it a slippery slope or a transcendental escalator moving downwards towards nothingness?

Moving past this spiritual reference, the overarching narrative is one towards discovery, new horizons and tapping into our potential of discovery. Again, Hawking's ambiguity persists and is out of this world! Transcendental? Perhaps. For the time being  let's just refer to it as a black hole of human futurity.

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