Still with the same book as the last few days. he tackles some of the esoteric questions that arise from what appear to be contradictory statements, such as void is matter, matter is void, or Buddhism is not Buddhism, therefore it is named Buddhism through mathematical formulae. I will leave those who are interested in the formulae, to obtain a copy of the book. He then will look at he Law of Cause and Effect, and delve into how Buddhism agrees with the Theory of Relativity. Talk about standing the test of time, over 2500 years till science proved the Buddha was right. The Buddhist outlook on the universe is that it is more immense then we know. That there are Buddhist lands 100,00 constellation away from earth. It’s only since we developed high powered electron telescopes and other devices has man started to see just how vast the cosmos really is. And now they are starting to identify not just planets in other solar systems in other galaxies, but that some of these could support life similar to our own. The earth in Buddhism has just been a grain of sand on the beach, it never was the center or pinnacle of creation.