In the Manifested, dualistic world, knowledge is fine. All QM waveforms collapse into Newtonian reductionism for all practical purposes. You damn well better not try to walk right through the capitol building because you will bump your nose.
The Key Master suggests:
KM - That time will never happen. And science may morph into something the "enlightened" mind (part of the "egoless ego" as mentioned by Genpo Roshi???) can use to understand things we cannot even comprehend today. Such a progression would be consistent with the evolution of science and knowledge. But it won't happen before Thanksgiving, but then, there are black swans.Eventually, a time may come where nothing else can be learned or achieved from conventional science. I think that time is still a ways away.
But it appears today that 'final truths' about all reality will not be found in maya, or in any form of thought and logic we can commonly achieve.
tkm - Yup the popularity numbers aren't there. Let's see - here is the common view of nondualism: 1) it's a religion 2) will it make me money? (The Secret will...) 3) what else is in it for me, 4) is it easy?
Those three questions are the one most people apply to "new" thinking. Of course, assertion # is wrong, but for the large numbers of densely unconscious folks it is right. #2 is an unknown #3 is an unknown, #4 the answer is no. Doesn't look good for the nondualists.
It is interesting to note that nondualism has appealed to basically two types: 1) spiritual or 'truth' seekers 2) those with some level of mental disorder. In fact, one of my favorite non-dualists, Loch Kelly,is a "nondual psychotherapist." Many of the members of this forum have spoken of mental conditions which have bee relieved by nd.
I hate to say it, but I think the seriously interested crowd is very small. Four months ago I was very hopeful. So I meditate, read and persist in staying present. Meanwhile most others pound away in ego-land.