As science went further and further into the external world, they ended up inside the atom where to their surprise they saw consciousness staring them in the face!
An interview with Ravi Gomatam by Thomas Beardy for Clarion Call magazine (Clarion University's newspaper)"Is There Consciousness Within Science?", 1990.
Any high school boy or girl knows how to calculate the force with which a stone he or she throws will hit someone in the face, but nothing in those equations they use will tell them whether or not to throw it…To solve the problem of values we must know what is valuable. Consciousness is the most valuable commodity…To bring values into science, we need to connect science with what is valuable consciousness.Ravi Gomatam
Scientific realism in classical (i.e. pre-quantum) physics has remained compatible with the naive realism of everyday thinking on the whole; whereas it has proven impossible to find any consistent way to visualize the world underlying quantum theory in terms of our pictures in the everyday world. The general conclusion is that in quantum theory naive realism, although necessary at the level of observations, fails at the microscopic level.Ravi Gomatam