Limits of Scientific Pursuits
People’s explorations are necessarily limited to this material world, and the methods are such that only what has been recognized is studied. Meanwhile, things that are intangible or invisible in the human dimension, but that do objectively exist and do reveal themselves in real ways in this immediate world—such as spirituality, faith, divine word, and miracles—are treated as taboo, for people have cast out the divine.

However advanced people’s means of exploring space and probing life may be, the knowledge gained is limited to certain parts of this third dimension, where human beings reside, at a low plane of the universe. Other planets were explored before by humans during civilizations predating history. Yet for all
the heights and distances achieved, humankind has never managed to depart from the dimension in which it exists, the third dimension. The true picture of the universe will forever elude humankind.[src]