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  1. The ” karmic law “is not just the” law of cause and effect, ” but the law of retribution. Science does not say anything about it, because it is metaphysically unfalsifiable, that is, a world with active karma does not differ empirically from a world where karma does not work. That is, its existence is not empirically significant, and this is synonymous with non-existence.

  2. but it would be all in a heap.

    cause and effect do not lead to karma. cause and effect connect our lives, reducing the variability within them. all actions, having consequences, limit our ability to do things in the future …

    thus, people live for 90% and even more, in contrast to the causal law, since their own actions determine the cause of actions IN the FUTURE. we go to the store today, so that tomorrow there is something to eat, we study today, so that tomorrow we will receive a salary for work .. etc.

    that is, the reason for our actions (salary) is in the future, and the consequence of this (training) is in the past. .. in fact, it should be the other way around.

    almost all the world's religions oppose this state of affairs in one way or another, and prophets and sages persuade people to do fewer things that limit their freedom for the rest of their lives.

    karma is the law of rebirth (reincarnation). it's from Hinduism and Buddhism …

    Hindus consider karma to be finite, irresistible, and permanent .. according to the result of life, a karmic portrait will be created, which will determine the next incarnation of a person.

    Buddhists are tricky guys, and they came up with the idea that karma can be corrected, that during life you can consciously adjust everything in the best possible way, so that you can take an advantageous position during reincarnation.

    the development of the ideas of karma and some research allow us to conclude that karma is a positive (absolutely) phenomenon that, when reincarnated, provides a person with the best possible option … the only problem is that people do not always understand what is better and what is worse, and often initially perceive the karmic law as retribution in a negative sense – punishment .. in fact, karma is a reward .. the next life is only as good as a person has managed not to spoil it for himself .. in fact, this is a reward for the fact that a person has not yet obos%al.

    I do not know what science says.

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