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The theory of mental symmetry relates to science in several ways:

1) It provides a foundation for the philosophy of science. Here is a short discussion on this subject.

My analysis of Christianity also includes a look at the philosophy of science and how it relates to Christianity.

2) It helps us to understand the birth of science.

I examine this subject in my look at the history of science.

3) It uses the methods of science.

Music is a strange combination of physics and feelings. A lot has been written on this subject starting with Pythagoras way back in Greek times. I have put together a short paper on music using the theory of mental symmetry to extend the physics of music to the modes of the mind. I should mention that I am a professionally trained violinist who has studied music theory.

I have also looked at Thomas Kuhn's book on The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. This is an excellent description of the philosophy of science, and I have put together a 56 page essay integrating his findings with the theory of mental symmetry. More recently, I used James Loder's model as a starting point to examine the relationship between Christianity and science.