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1st Peer

(Jared Stallone) In any Manufacturing company the main driving force behind their productivity and profitability is their employees. Within the United States there are two main groups of workers
within a Manufacturing company. These two sets of workers are known as Blue-collar and White-collar Workers. Blue-collar workers tend to do the more labor intensive jobs while White-Collar workers
normally conduct office type work. But, what happens when employee relations between the two groups are not the best and production begins to suffer? This question that I have posed, has been seen
time and time again within many manufacturing companies not only within the United States but throughout the world. To solve this problem both groups will need to understand the importance of the
others job and what they go through on a daily basis. White-Collar workers must understand that Blue-collar workers play a huge role in the manufacturing industry and their work is tiresome. Blue-
collar workers must understand that White-collar workers jobs are difficult and they must make decisions that will affect workers and the company as a whole. There has been many different methods
set forth to solve this problem with varying degrees of success. If both groups worked together as a team and had a better understanding of each other’s scope of duties then not only would employee
relations become better but, a manufacturing company’s productivity and profitability would increase. Misunderstanding between white collar and blue collar workers within the work place hurts
relations within the manufacturing industry, if both sides worked together and had a better understanding of each other’s scope of duties business production would be greater.

2nd Peer

(Anthony Castro) This research paper will address five foundations of the thesis to prove that there there can be a reconciliation between science and mysticism. These five foundations are
Hinduism and Quantum Physics, Jungian Psychology and Quantum Physics, the Transpersonal Psychology perspective on the topic, consciousness as it pertains to science and mysticism, and Neurobiology
and mysticism. Specifically the Vedanta aspect of Hinduism holds parallels with Quantum Physics. Jung’s unseen realm of form as well as archetypes as waveforms is prevalent in Quantum physics. Some
of the earliest pioneers in the modern era to touch on the reconciliation of science and Mysticism are the Transpersonal Psychologists who explore Psychology, a science, through spirituality, an
aspect of mysticism. Consciousness, when explored through the lense of mysticism, offers a unique perspective on a mysterious subject of science. And finally Neurobiology can address the mystical
experience through what one of the sources for this paper calls “bioculture.” All this leads up to evidence that an inevitable paradigm shift is occurring wherein the fields of science and
mysticism, once seen as to opposing realms of thought, are reaching a reconciliation. One just needs to do the research to see that this is evident. As science advances, particularly in the realm
of quantum physics but just as steadily in others as well, it is evident that the ancien more radical thinkers of the more recent eras. had it right all along.