The Mission

Empirical Truth has been founded to enable anyone with a desire to know the real truth and use the information to enrich his or her life to reach their full potential.

We all have grown up a product of nature and nurture and while nature has defined the limitation on our physical life, nurture has defined what we think of the world around us based on the discovered knowledge of our times.

Unfortunately nurture is marred by our past’s limited understanding of the universe and our best guesses on how the unexplained aspects of the universe function.

As humanity’s understanding of the universe around us increases it is prudent that we shed any unverified old beliefs and adopt verifiable truths that will enable us to better handle any challenges we may come across our lives.

What does all this mean?

It means Empirical Truth is about testing old beliefs, discarding false assumptions, and reconstructing our nurture to enable us to reach our full potential as human beings.

Is Empirical Truth for you? (Part I)

Many people are certain of being who they are, and are not driven to change any aspect of their lives that bother them. These people are content knowing what they know, be it right or wrong, or being who they are like it or not. The Empirical Truth approach is not for these people.

Ask the people in history who reached their full potential and they will tell you that while they had the option to sit back, relax, and enjoy life doing nothing, they did what they did because they could, and because they wanted to create a better world for themselves and those around them.

A better world will give more people the opportunity to make the world a better place and may one day enable us to solve the problems that haunt us as a society, enable us to better understand the true nature of our universe, and bring us closer to create euphoria on earth based on the Empirical Truth that is verifiable and agreed upon by all.

Is Empirical Truth for you? (Part II)

You decide:

Are you more comfortable living in a “certain” world that has been fully defined by assumptions based on dogmatic information, or are you more comfortable living in an uncertain world based on empirical truths and truths that are yet to be verified?

Once again Empirical Truth is not for everyone, and while it fully respects the belief systems of the past**, its goal is to adopt verifiable truths that can be derived by anyone who chooses to do so.

** Empirical Truth is the evolution of humanity’s earlier pursuit of truth through religion, and respects our roots without which we will not be here today.

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