Boston tour reviews: Boston Tours

The first historic tour in Boston that is great to do would be the Newport Tour. The Newport Tour is a driven tour on a very comfortable motor coach listening to the driver about knowledgeable and historic things about Boston and its past. The Newport Tour goes to Newport’s waterfront where you will stop for lunch where there are many historic buildings around to look at. Also while on the Newport Tour you will see the city’s fishing fleet and the marble house. One last thing the Newport Tour will see is the waterfront of the lovely beaches in Boston.

Now the second and third tour offers the same exact things, so you must be careful when choosing your tour. You can choose to do this tour in one or two days and. This tour is a trolley tour and even a cruise tour that brings you around historic Boston. This tour is narrated like many other Boston historic tours and the trolley brings you too many different stops along the way to the cruise tour the stops include the constitution museum, the north end of Boston, and the Fanevil Marketplace where you can shop. You will have to choose one or two days to do this tour.

Many of the tours that Boston does offer all do almost go to the same places so be care full to pick the right one.

Another tour that Boston offers is the Boston Duck Tour. It’s a fun tour on water and even on land. Enjoy very many Boston historic scenes and with a narrated tour guide to talk you through.

The fourth historic tour to do in Boston would be the Boston lunch and sightseeing cruise tour. This cruise tour is all about fun with a DJ on board any so many cast members to make it your best tour through out Boston. Some sites you will see are very historic in Boston and the sites are the Battle of Bunker Hill, Boston Tea Party, and Fort Independence and im sure you have read about them sometime in your life past. There are more sites along this your that you will see while being along the cruise tour. You will also eat lunch aboard this cruise tour.

Boston has also a whale watching cruise tour. This tour is also narrated and is a great family tour while seeing three different species of whales. Your will definitely see a whale on this tour.

The helicopter tour is a must. You see all the historic scenes and building of Boston. You will see the Zakim Bridge, Quincy market, Charles River, Fenway Park and many more scenes. Boston’s helicopter tour will help you to see even more than you though was in Boston.

A Critical View of the Law of Attraction and Quantum Theory

The law of attraction which claims itself to be a law, fails to justify itself on the grounds of falsifiability, that is, “the logical possibility that an assertion can be shown as false by an observation or a physical experiment”.

Falsifiability implies that if a certain condition applies to a situation, or a person, an inference may be drawn out of it and the same condition may not apply to all other similar situations or persons. For example, a man who is dark skinned is Asian. This does not mean that all dark skinned men are Asian or that all Asians are dark skinned. The law of attraction takes a few incidents where people have tasted success, and attempts to apply the same philosophy to all situations.

When judged by many scientific testing parameters the law fails to live up to its logical quotient. This means that the claims brought by the theory are unable to give an exact relation between the thought process and the results. The cause and effect relation, as posited, often overlooks the probable deterring factors or differences in circumstances. The theory makes a hypothetical study of human nature and draws out the inference, by frequent and repeated reference to a few instances, some of which may also be coincidences.

Modern believers in the law of attraction are of opinion that the theory originates from quantum physics, in its treatment of thoughts as atoms.
According to theories in quantum physics, the world is composed of countless atoms. Each of these atoms is charged with energy and is interchangeable, i.e. they can be used to influence each other and are open for infinite changes. This explains a sense of dynamism of thought. The law of attraction speaks on somewhat similar lines as quantum physics in terms of thought as energy atoms.

Following the example of quantum physics, the law supposes the human mind to be composed of thoughts. Each of these thoughts are like charged atoms which are capable of generating enormous power. The law of attraction, going further along the lines of quantum physics, points out, that since energy and matter are interchangeable and can be utilized for good results, the human mind, which is also open to changes, helps us in molding the situations in our life to shape our reality.

According to quantum physics atoms have energy and are drawn towards atoms with similar energy composition. So following that principle, the law of attraction states that thoughts like atoms are drawn towards same kind of thoughts. Thus, the law of attraction points out that “like attracts like”. This explains how thoughts relating to ones goal attract thoughts centering on the ways to achieve it, eventually attracting thoughts of reaching the goal.

Again, quantum physics points out that everything has potential and nothing is fixed, which means, if our goal is fixed, there are a number of ways to achieve it. In the same way, the law of attraction points out that if we are focused over what we want to achieve, nothing can prevent us from reaching it. Thus, quantum physics also speaks of what the law of attraction referred to as fending off negative thought through thinking.

Though the law of attraction bears similarity with quantum physics in many ways, it is not a scientific law, in the true sense of the term. The law of attraction is more a part of pseudoscience and a gathering of spiritual philosophies to gauge the power of human mind. Quantum physics may be considered a concrete means of explaining what the law of attraction aims at propagating.

The references to quantum physics made by the law of attraction are mostly incorrect. The proposition that thoughts, like atoms have energy fields is not a proven fact in science. The principles of thought, as supposed by the law of attraction, underline certain beliefs that are true in some cases and may be followed as example. Many of its credos have a hypothetical explanation, often attaching magical imagination. The law of attraction is mostly refined pseudoscience and has very less to do with concrete scientific truth.

Among the spiritual circles, the law of attraction is criticized strongly because of its attempts to hold individual ego and self will at unity with the higher self. The two are contradictory and cannot operate in synergy. On the other hand, the law of attraction which emphasizes repeatedly the inner consciousness and spiritual integrity makes a generalized statement; it overlooks the diversified collective mind and treats the single as the many.

The law of attraction refers to abundance. The theory explains profundity as feeling of happiness. The question is, why the law of attraction, (which is capable of resolving every situation), is unable to solve the problem of inequality of wealth? Moreover, the law of attraction aims at abundance, taking into account, there is enough for all and one only has to find his share of prosperity. The theory wants us to believe in a truth which hardly exists. The law of attraction does not delve deep enough to consider the societies or cultures where it cannot operate likewise.

The law of attraction, no doubt, is an inspiring theory dealing with the unrealized powers of mind. However, the theory appears too generalized and often misses out on external factors which may not be within the minds reach.