Imagine being alive when Albert Einstein was developing his theories of relativity. Or witnessing the birth of psychology, as Sigmund Freud and psychoanalysis took over the scientific mainstream. The early 1900s was indeed an amazing time for Western science. But there was another figure on the intellectual scene when these great minds were at work.
Young philosopher Karl Popper, born in Austria and built his career in Britain, was giving serious consideration to the new ways that these and other scientists of the time were thinking about the world. And after looking at different methods that people like Einstein and Freud were using, Popper came to understand that not all scientific achievement was created equal. He ended up making an important distinction, between science what he called ‘pseudo-science’. And in the process of doing this, he taught us volumes about the nature of knowledge itself, and how we can best test it, challenge it and to bring us closer to the truth.
As a young scholar, he learned about the psychoanalytic theories of Freud, attended lectures given by Einstein himself about the rules of the universe and he noticed that these great thinkers used different methods. Popper observed that Freud was able to make just about any data point work in service of his theory. For example, he could explain a person’s intimacy issues both in terms of not being hugged enough as a child, or in terms of having been hugged too much. Evidence to support Freud’s theories seemed to be everywhere!
Popper saw that Einstein was making a different type of prediction. Instead of looking backward, and using past data to “predict” the present, he was looking ahead, and predicting future states of affairs. Einstein’s theory was truly risky, Popper realized, if the future didn’t match his predictions, then his theory would be conclusively disproven. If the results of the solar eclipse in 1919 had been different, general relativity would have been finished. Freud, on the other hand, could always read the past differently, so as to maintain some kind of confirmation of his theory. Suddenly, Popper understood the difference between the science that Einstein was doing, and what Freud was doing, which Popper rather snootily referred to as pseudo-science. Now, whether psychology today is considered a hard science or a social science might be debatable. But you won’t find many mainstream thinkers who consider it pseudoscience. Still, nearly a hundred years ago, when Popper was reaching these conclusions, none had really characterized what “science” truly meant and what the implications were for the pursuit of knowledge.
If you’re a scientist, you’re gonna have to be willing to let your beliefs go. Accept the evidence. Move on. And this is the modern scientific thinking that we accept today: Testable, refutable, and falsifiable. You don’t seek to prove scientific hypotheses right, you only prove them wrong. Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein, Karl Popper observed these developments firsthand and came to draw a distinction between what he referred to as science and pseudoscience, which might best be summarized as science disconfirms, while pseudoscience confirms. While the way we describe these disciplines has changed in the intervening years, Popper’s ideas speak to the heart of how we arrive at knowledge. Obvious? That shows how right Popper was – he was a philosopher and actually managed to hit on an idea so right that we don’t even really argue about it anymore. For Popper, knowledge was about probability and contingency.
And so we may conclude that pseudo-science does not speak of someone’s hypothesis, theories or methods not adhering to accepted scientific standards. These idea’s do contain scientific research whereby scientists and citizen-scientists have used an open-minded curiosity what has taken their thoughts beyond the borders of the safe outlines of any schoolbook. I feel it would be a lost for possible new ways in modern science when these theories, which do tickle the mind in many ways, have only one direction…the bottom drawer of a forgotten desk standing in a dusty attic after rejection and gaining this infamous mark ‘pseudo-science’.
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In the May issue of The Next Truth we welcome back Germany’s ‘Time-Researcher’ Dr. Marc Wittmann who is taking us into this foggy sub-world of reality, Dr. Steve Taylor discusses, with an open-minded approach, why some scientists, and psychologists in particular, are often hostile towards the possible existence of psychic phenomena and we try to wrap our mind around Dr. Glenn Croston’s explanation of what it is we fear more than death itself.
Also in this issue; Nick Pope speaks of the facts and the fiction of conspiracy theories, SETI’s senior astronomer Dr. Shostak asks the question if alien civilizations have disappeared due a climate change on their home planet, a brief introduction of Major C. David Lewis who is a program manager in the Defense Sciences Office (DARPA), high-energy lasers drilling holes in plasma bulbs at the German research institute DESY and Lynn Kathleen Russell explores the similarities, the differences and the reality of both Near Death Experiences and Out of Body Experiences.[Top]
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In the April issue of The Next Truth we spotlight planetary, extraterrestrial and human evolution in where Professor Steven C. Hayes provides us the insight in the evolution of consciousness of both humans and animals, journalist and TV personality Nick Pope takes us on a tour through several conspiracy theories and explains why they are an important part of contemporary belief, Prof. L. Coolidge & Prof. T. Wynn are proposing a stunning theory in how our dreams changed human evolution and an in-depth interview with Dr. Brian Sharpless in where we discuss his books, what it is that ravages our dreams during sleep paralysis and this horrifying disorder Cataplexy.
Also in this issue; Dr. Steven M. Greer on extraterrestrial intelligence being hostel or not, the publisher of PUG magazine Chad Wilson explores the scientific methods of the borderlands, Professor Sian Halcrow from the University of Otago, New Zealand let us peer in the DNA analyzes of ”Atacama mummy’, Warwick University discloses new research of the first confirmed example of a double star system and some Theoretical and Helio-physicists tickle our brain with Out-Of-The-Box thoughts concerning FBR’s.[Top]
Particle physicists claim they understand the universe, but the complexity of this surprising paradox behind our universe reveals to us that still 95 percent of the universe is yet not understood nor has it been seen directly. Mind dazzling indeed but if our universe would not contain e.g. entropy, wiggling particles possessing their own “wiggle-room” so to speak and slow, non-excited, as they seem to be, “hippy particles” as some of its fundamental components, we would not have the complex world we see today, including you and me.
Particles at atomic and subatomic levels posses a certain complexity whereby they can show a beautiful phenomena known as ‘murmuration’ which is the behavior exhibited when huge flocks of birds (starlings to be exact) in migration form shape-shifting flight patterns whereby it appears the involving of some kind of shared consciousness or central intelligence. Like these birds, subatomic particles can behave in a similar manner whereby it seems that they are orchestrated by some higher power. This can drive them into a dark structure that winds up being complex, when seen as a whole. But in reality, what we witness is the emergent patterns from each individual particle simply doing it darndest not to collide with the particles nearby.
However, finding plausible answers these days with the avalanche of information produced by many of today’s scientists due the experiments they are conducting, is not an easy task and thus I made an appointment with the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron in Hamburg, Germany in order to satisfy some of my childhood euphoria and curiosity concerning the new knowledge in advanced technologies even more. Arriving at the enormous campus of DESY, two sympathetic portiers directed me to building 1 where I met Dr. Thomas Zoufal, PhD.
After completing his PhD in physics at the University of Hamburg, Dr. Zoufal has committed himself to DESY’s PR-department in 2006 and has been tasked with since.
Even the complexity of research projects like Alps II (Any Light Particle Search) for instance, looks a little bit blurry in the beginning, Dr. Zoufal explains in understandable language and great detail the experiment with which particle physicists want to prove the existence of the hypothetical Axion-like particles that might be constituents of the mysterious dark matter but haven´t been seen so far. “There are very serious theories saying that they have to be there!” Dr. Zoufal says.
But the ‘Light-Through-The-Wall’ experiment, which hopefully will provide more answers to what dark matter could be, is only one of many projects of the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron. Accelerator technology, photon science, particle physics and astro-particle physics are DESY’s research interest. According to the website; “These four areas are the basis for mastering some complex challenges of the future.” And with a variety in research options and with its huge research infrastructures like the synchrotron radiation source PETRA III, DESY attracts more than 3000 guest researchers from over 40 countries every year who join DESY´s scientists in turning the research center into a big think tank while plowing through mountains of data, looking for the tiniest building blocks of matter that make up our world, developing innovative high-tech materials and searching for sustainable solutions and new technologies with new conceptual approaches for future energy supply, climate protection and healthcare.
Indeed, your insight and curiosity with the latest innovative technologies science has to offer these days in accelerator technology starts with one of the world’s leading accelerator centres: DESY.
For more information about DESY: http://www.desy.de/index_eng.html
We tend to think that evolution is a smooth line of changes in the characteristics of a species over several generations and relies on the process of natural selection. This, by the majority, accepted theory of an almost vivid and detailed description of human ascent from a tiny, one-celled monad is so convincing that one could almost believe science has seen the microscopic amoeba turn into a man with their own eyes. But does the theory of evolution merit a fanatical support, which would silence all opposing ideas?
Within every human being are 46 chromosomes containing an estimated 100,000 genes, each one of which is able to affect in some way the size, color, texture, or quality of the individual. The assumption is that these genes, which provide the inherited characteristics we get from our ancestors, occasionally become affected by unusual pairing, chemical damage, or other influences, causing them to produce an unusual change (mutation) in one of the offspring. I wonder if the 2 billion-year-old nuclear reactor in Gabon, West Africa, called the Oklo fossil reactors, could have had any influence on some of Mother Nature’s creations and started a new line, or lines, of species as they first fired themselves up.
However, scientists like Darwin, conceded that most mutants are recessive and degenerative; therefore, they would actually be eliminated by natural selection rather than effect any significant improvement in the organism. The theory of evolution on the other hand is based on the idea that all species are related and by natural selection, first formulated in Darwin’s book “On the Origin of Species” in 1859, and speaks of a process by which organisms change over time as a result of changes in heritable physical or behavioral traits.
In biology, evolution is the change in the characteristics of a species over several generations and relies on the process of natural selection. Natural selection can change a species in small ways, causing a population to change color or size over the course of several generations. This is called “microevolution” but natural selection is capable of much more. Given enough time and enough accumulated changes, natural selection can create entirely new species. It can turn dinosaurs into birds, amphibious mammals into whales and the ancestors of apes into humans. Indeed, understanding evolution is important and helps us solve biological problems that impact our lives.
But leaving aside the exquisite complexity of biologically evolved organisms, it does seem to be true that the Earth creates less complexity than its human inhabitants and should evolution, as it is known by many, be a ridiculous improbability. How does the evolutionist explain the existence of that first one-celled animal from which all life forms supposedly evolved?
The universe had to cool down in order to give birth to life as we know it today.
For many years the medieval idea of spontaneous generation was the accepted explanation what is supposing the production of living organisms from non-living matter, as inferred from the apparent appearance of life in some supposedly sterile environments. According to Webster, spontaneous generation is “the generation of living from nonliving matter from the belief that organisms found in putrid organic matter arose spontaneously from it.” Simply stated, this means that under the proper conditions of temperature, time, place, etc., decaying matter simply turns into organic life.
The first serious attack on the idea of spontaneous generation was made in 1668 by Francesco Redi, an Italian physician and poet. Nice try Redi but a waste of time because this simplistic idea kept dominating scientific thinking until, in 1846, Louis Pasteur completely shattered the theory by his experiments and exposed the whole concept as utter foolishness. Many scientists saw Redi’s “deathblow” to this theory of spontaneous generation by proving by experiments that life comes only from previous life, as a perfect window of opportunity to explore the origin of the human species further.
Over time, Charles Darwin became almost universally thought of as the father of evolution but it was a British naturalist, explorer, geographer, anthropologist, and biologist who had written the revolutionary idea of evolution by natural selection entirely independently of Charles Darwin. Although the theory what was proposed by Charles Darwin in “On the Origin of Species” in 1859, Alfred Russel Wallace should be as famous as Charles Darwin for discovering that species “evolve” but his name became overshadowed by Darwin’s. Alfred Russel Wallace played an important, even pivotal, role in discovering and developing the theory of natural selection.
Wallace, unlike Darwin, took one step further outside the box of, for that period in time, accepted science by saying that the human soul is not the product of evolution.
(Left) Charles Robert Darwin; a naturalist and biologist, known for his theory of evolution and the process of natural selection. (12 Feb. 1809 – 19 April, 1882) (Right) Alfred Russel Wallace: a British naturalist, explorer, geographer, anthropologist, and biologist (8 Jan. 1823 – 7 Nov. 1913)
Still, let us not only judge Alfred Wallace by the impossible standard of competing with Darwinian immortality. Judged on his own merits, he had an impressive career and left a substantial legacy. Most problematic for scientists like Darwin was Wallace’s belief that while this natural experimentation shaped the body – there was something divine about the mind, the soul. Such spiritualism was too loopy for rationalists. But Wallace integrated his radical politics, deep spirituality, bold ingenuity, and admirable nobility. So, in the summer of 1865 Wallace began investigating spiritualism, possibly at the urging of his older sister Fanny Sims, who had been involved with it for some time. After reviewing the literature on the topic and attempting to test the phenomena he witnessed at séances and came to accept that the belief was connected to a natural reality. For the rest of his life, he remained convinced that at least some séance phenomena were genuine, no matter how many accusations of fraud sceptics made or how much evidence of trickery was produced. And even these two gentlemen did not agree on some points in their search for the origin of the human species, the two opponents had a point. Evolution was subversive. On November 7, 1913, Wallace died at the age of 90.
155 years after the publication of the theory of evolution, science picked it up again in 2013/14. A group of scientists came together in a lab and used a powerful laser to re-create what might have been the original spark of life on Earth.
They zapped clay and a chemical soup with the laser to simulate the energy of a speeding asteroid smashing into the planet. They ended up creating what can be considered crucial pieces of the building blocks of life. Unfortunately, their findings did not entirely prove that this is how life started on Earth about 4 billion years ago but the experiment does bolster the long-held theory in evolution.
An alternative theory of early life on Earth says that microbes arrived here from space aboard a comet or an asteroid
May I suggest to you a theory what speaks of an evolution that has the prospect of being rejected with the same speed as I am writing it? Imagine a, slightly different to ours, solar system just beyond the borders of our own universe. This solar-system has a bright star what provides the required heat for subatomic particles to emerge which in turn create the basics for atoms after they bound. Also, planets, moons and even black holes can be found in this, by us, unseen solar-system containing to us strange life forms. Let us also imagine that the borders of our universe are not a straight line which science can calculate but is presenting itself as a wobbly and moving X-point…better known as a wormhole or EPR.
This alien solar-system swirling in a neighborly universe contains the same basic building-blocks as can be found in our universe but are slightly different in, for instance, their spin and energy charge and/or density. All these extraterrestrial subatomic particles are starting to accelerate when being vacuumed into the mouth of a black hole and pressed more and more together as they are entering the narrow tunnel of this wormhole behind the black hole what in turn is creating a tremendous heat. Hum, think of 200 human beings who all want to exit, or enter, a room at the same time but this room has only one entry and it is not bigger then 2 meters wide. This large crowd is using all kinds of maneuvers as it tries to squeeze itself through this narrow entrance in order to enter, or exit, the room what is creating friction, chaos and aggression which in turn create heat.
By means of the friction, in this theory this occurs by the spin of the particles when they meet instead of collide, a strange kind of heat is created and when a particle is more aggressive (electrical charged) then its fellow particle, it could produce a kind of sequence in uncountable little illuminated explosions (EM-Photons?).´
Keeping in mind that this is still a hypothetical proposition, this inaudible explosion can be a plausible answer to what we see happening on the other side of the wormhole (white hole) and gave this galactic event the name Red –Shift or maybe even…the Big Bang.
Now like those 200 screaming and yelling human beings trying to squeeze themselves through that narrow doorway, subatomic particles possessing different spins, speed, weight, are acting in a similar manner when putting together in a closed jar. Unscrew the lid and… BOOM! The only question in this event is; what caused the particles to spin in the first place? The friction…the explosion of this particle cocktail…is tachyon created by the spin of the known particles? Or did life sprang up spontaneously from no previous life and thus contradicts with the basic law of nature that forms the foundation of the entire theory? Is there truly a, yet unknown to science, spooky particle what inhabits our universe having a tremendous impact on our evolution?
Are we ourselves this alien life form we so desperately trying to contact?[Top]
In the beginning there was only darkness and then…BANG! …an endless expanding of the existence of time, space, and matter.
Everyday new discoveries are unlocking the mysterious, mind blowing and dangerous secrets of a place we call … THE UNIVERSE.
Then, in 1905, Albert Einstein published his theory of Relativity what makes time-travel an open question.
And today we are convinced being truly familiar with the modern way of communication. But have you ever asked yourself the question of how we become to know whatever it is we know? How it is a supercomputer we call ‘our brain’, could even extend outside the realm of everyday reality by gaining this information and altering it mathematically in an understandable concept for us to form an image with sometimes a crazy form of density? Information what had the chance to devolve into a controlled and synthetic form creating quantum holograms! I bet you never did, I bet you just accepted this most complex form of transmitting information as an uncomplicated short distance language. But did it ever occur to you that this information, hitting the neurons in your brain, (light-by-light scattering) could have come from a far more remote place? Hearing the word ‘remote’ you probably assume that it is speaking of enormous distances like miles, kilometers or even as big as lightyears but remote in this can also occur in a subatomic scale.
A Ph.D. from the CERN explains; “We are creating high energy densities by colliding protons which are similar to the very early universe. Therefore the cosmologists are interested in the results because they get now points of physics results for a moment they cannot observe by looking in the stars. The cosmologists have additional points of the universe depending on the energy of the collisions and from that they can exploited the history and the models they have for the developments of the cosmos. This is very interesting because here the smallest scales and the larger scales, meet. And this is, in my point of view, so interesting about physics because it has to cover the veriest small scales up to the largest scales.”
Now listen to the 56 minute YouTube version of a lecture from Apollo Astronaut and founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences – Edgar Mitchell ‘Quantum Holograms and remote viewing’, it will give you an even better understanding about this crazy form of absorbing information on smaller scales and how it is possible for your brain to communicate with for instance a drop of blood or a strain of hair.
One of the secrets in this are standing waves better known by many as nothing is happening at all. Skipping the data and complex mathematical equations in e.g. PCAR, it appears the brain may be using these crazy fields to communicate without synaptic transmissions, gap junctions or diffusion. An example; somewhere in your 3 & 4D surrounding there is an object shining like a bright light but you can’t see it clear due a misty cloud swirling in front of the object. Think of this mist as a vibration creating a distortion in the visible spectrum.
This is how the majority of the world population is looking into the world … they know it’s there but can’t see it clear. Unfortunately this also creates an effect of some people mocking others due their personal rejection of scientific proven behaviors and reactions of e.g. particles and waves carrying information as it is demonstrated in hyper-entanglement. (A term in Quantum Physics for slicing up and entangle each photon pair into multiple dimensions allowing each photon pair to carry much more data.)
Experiencing any effect in this natural phenomenon like for instance knowing something you could not have known, is not you being or getting crazy, your build-in supercomputer is, like radar if you like, communicating more clearly with its surroundings.
When both waves, from the brain and the bright object, are interfering they form still waves for you to see through the mist what makes the light of the object hitting you as clear as can be. Even it was thought by science as a big no-no for over 75 years, this effect is real and happening!
The eerie part in this is, these particles involved in high-energy interactions, can defiantly interact with a biological system such as that of a human … faint but still. Most of these interactions are happening through electromagnetism, especially at low energies. (Human Energy Field or Aura)
Now as I said earlier, the brain has the possibility to transmit a wave what is similar, but in the opposite, to the one coming from behind that misty cloud creating a distortion in the visible spectrum. Now think of the following … creating a clear image of what is behind the near distortion, a still wave is necessary for you to see it. But what if we are talking about an object that is that remote you have no possibility of seeing it at all, meaning on a subatomic scale.
“The transmission of information, in Hyper-entanglement, creates holographic images when the nodes of a charged standing wave contain vacuum due magnetism.”
Well, you have to create an immense high energy what is not so easy to create with the natural weak and unstable brainwaves. It is also not enough to have energy to spread out over a large region; it has to be concentrated in a specific and small region. (Think of e.g. remote viewing in where you aim your energy on one particular object, person or situation) High concentrated energy like this has also the capability to create spontaneously new particles … and as some of you know, energy can create mass. (Similar effects in creating new particles, we see at the CERN during some collisions)
Now what IF you could use this kind of Standing Wave to create bigger time-tunnels (wormholes) and build a bridge for information to travel through space by increasing the frequency of that wave (or waves) in which the node-points are starting to become visible and touch eat other. A point in where no time and no energy as we know it, exist … does this sound familiar to you?
To most people this will sound like ‘The Hereafter’ in where the energy of the soul has lost track of time as well as the perspectives of space. To me it sounds like Einstein-æther theory, which is a generally covariant modification of general relativity which describes a space-time endowed with both a metric and a unit time-like vector field.
So there is a possibility of traveling through time only not in a manner you thought it would be! Using sound waves, or in this case almost undetectable points in standing waves which can create a crazy place in where time and space, as we understand it, do not exist anymore, gives us a possible opportunity to open a cosmic connection to remote places by bending the ‘arrow of time’.[Top]
Some will be skeptic and say this is all crazy talk, some will say it is plausible while others say it is a fact, but regardless what you believe, the effects of a natural phenomenon in transmitting information like so … can be felt and received!
“Brilliant Scientists are Open-Minded, so Why Not You?”
Warwick’s physics Professor and Ph.D. Bill Murray explained during an interview I had with him concerning e.g. project ATLAS, black-holes and plasma’s; “We know there is much we do not know, and the discussion of discovering black holes or even time-tunnels was not impossible – just rather unlikely. When you are pushing beyond what is known it is right to be excited. When you are claiming a discovery it is right to be cautious. Our best theory of quantum gravity, string theory, requires these extra dimensions, and even the old general relativity seems to allow time travel! But it has to be done responsibly … we should not conjure up an expectation of such things, just a faint possibility.”
Is it really just a faint possibility? What if we think of the idea the universe transmitting information due an effect in hyper entanglement and using the nodes of a standing wave in order to create its own survival system in where it evolves? If so, we can almost say, the universe is possesses a strange form of intelligence.
One of the most well-known ideas concerning wormholes (time tunnels) was born around 1935 due Albert Einstein’s theories in where he and his colleague Nathan Rosen realized that the general theory of relativity allowed the existence of bridges that could link two different points in space-time. Theoretically these Einstein-Rosen bridges, or wormholes, could allow something to tunnel instantly between great distances but they are extremely tiny, a so-called space traveler wouldn’t fit.
During a private conversation with a Ph.D. from the CERN, concerning time-tunnels; ”No they are not observed here. We have not seen any event in were big energy has escaped…we are looking for them of course but haven’t seen them.”
However, time-travel has defiantly a reality when we look at the Einstein-Rosen Bridge’s, something what we better understand as e.g. telepathy; a remote mind to mind communication due aiming high energy, sound- and magnetic waves in a specific and small region what the brain can receive and translate into images, words, and sometimes even as an emotion. This natural phenomenon, which is not fully understood yet, is being described as having no scientific evidence that this ‘power’ truly exists and has been labeled as pseudoscience for a long time … but it is more fact than it is fiction.
Questions like; how real are these so-called ‘doors’? … Can we truly walk the grounds of what once was? … What will peer back out of these dark shadows from the past? Is it possible to create a similar effect with brainwaves?, are frequently asked.
Well if so, this phenomenon will have to bear the terms like ‘Visualization’, ‘telepathy’ or ‘remote viewing/sensing/healing’ as well as transparent ‘ghostly appertains’ can be projected by an effect in a holographic duality and strange black shadows due infra-sound as Vic Tandy discovered.
Many will think of it as science-fiction still time-travel was already discussed by e.g. Einstein, Bohr, Tesla, and Schrödinger. This was/is known as e.g. ‘the aether theory’ and today explained as THE HEAVENS in religion, a place in where the fourth state of matter (plasma), known as ‘echo-plasma’ in the paranormal world, rapidly arises as it is vaporizing.
It is being said by some that thanks to the efforts of literally thousands of scientists, we no longer have faith in paranormal events.
But science doesn’t explain or debunk neither ones experience nor ones faith, it helps to understands how real the unexplained is … and even it is being a rare phenomenon, it’s more real than most people think it is.
And for those who are willing to let their imagination roll, there is a glimmer of hope in at least one place. It is where space, time and the nature of existence itself meet inside the biggest and most complex machine ever created by man. It is the newest tool used in physics called The Large Hadron Collider having the role of studying the frontier of physics. A machine that is expected to fill in the blanks and maybe one day will lead us to new laws of physics that will help us determine if time-travel is at least possible.
Many physicists working in the projects of the CERN believe, as can be read in the interview of Warwick’s physics Professor and Ph.D. Bill Murray, these understandings, as well as the answers they need to fill in these blanks, are right around the corner.
On the other hand, it could be that this problem is in fact harder than though to be and that human civilization does not live long enough to figure out how it works.
Now whether one is looking for a scientific explanation concerning time-travel or not, we all dream about literally walking through time once in a while. Some prefer to participate in the daily activities of the residents of Pompeii, some would like to listen to a speech of Julius Cesar, and others would like to take a peek into the future.
Will we ever use electromagnetic plasma (also known as electron clouds) as a doorway and connect two distant regions in the universe? And has the bio-suit of MIT undergone enough progress to offer a positive result in this?
Will we ever walk the fabrics of time?
DESY is one of the world’s leading accelerator centres. Researchers use the large-scale facilities at DESY to explore the microcosm in all its variety – from the interactions of tiny elementary particles and the behaviour of new types of nanomaterials to biomolecular processes that are essential to life. According to the latest publications of DESY; “New study in Dark Matter may explain distribution of dark matter in galaxies” www.desy.de/index_eng.html
(a phrase from my article, “The Mystery of the Universe We Cannot See” which is planned for the June issue of The Next Truth and written for you to compare it with the latest research findings in Dark Matter and Dark Energy)
“The moment our universe being born was not with a whimper but with a bang and it was gone almost as soon as it happened. At least, that is what you are commonly told. But scientific evidence is slowly building up to support the idea that the Big Bang might not have been the beginning. This well known theory that represents where the laws of physics break down, in where space, time, matter and the energy within began from a singular point, and then expanded and cooled, giving rise over billions of years to the atoms, stars, galaxies, and clusters of galaxies spread out across the billions of light years that make up our observable Universe, is probably wrong according to some scientists.
Have we really being wrong all this time? Have we overlooked the power of an unknown form of energy density which is hypothesized to permeate all of space? Do we need to reevaluate our understanding of our physical world by looking in another direction what speaks of matter and antimatter do, in fact, obey separate laws of physics? To cut this compelling but beautiful picture of approximately 13.8 billion years that still explains so much of what we see, short… maybe we have being wrong about this term ‘explosion’ what suggest that something exploded, or expanded, from one center point outward into space….”
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In the March issue of The Next Truth we take an amazing journey through the fascinating world of Kings and Queens from ancient Egypt with Dr. Zahi Hawass, listen to “Time-Researcher” Dr. Marc Wittmann as he weighs in on an astonishing hypothesis on our conscious and how we perceive time, we search for super massive black hole while we peer through the telescopes of MPE’s GRAVITY project and walk side by side with Dr. Brian Sharpless while taking a deeper look on the Symptoms and Features of Sleep paralysis and why it is this tremendously scary.
Also in this issue; A brief introduction about author, journalist and TV personality Nick Pope, Shaman Tony Damian explains which laws govern life in the Universe https://artist.landr.com/music/628810194971, PRI-UK dimensional researchers Nick and Andy are exploring the scientific side of ghostly phenomena, a jaw-dropping neuroscientific idea of a holographic hereafter and medium Kevin Spindloe from Paranormal Research York speaks of how ‘old’ vibrations can open a ‘new’ awareness.[Top]
Scientists must be free to learn, to speak and to challenge anything new and to fail. WAIT, WHAT? NO! Yes, scientist must have the freedom to fail an experiment or two in the same way you did in school failing that particular math or literature test. But as I have once said to a close friend of mine, who is a scientist, “you can only fail when you give up before even trying“.
So, even a failed hypothesis teaches us something. The best way I can explain that is through my own adventures as a science journalist working in the midst of scientists from all over the world and from varied institutes.
As I started writing as a science journalist several years ago, and yes, you may start laughing right now but I was scared, really scared! I was scared of these super intellectuals with their big brains, their big books, their big, unfamiliar words and titles I had never hear off before. But as conversations and interviews with these brilliant scientists from the CERN, the Max Planck Institute, SETI, the University of Harvard, Oxford, Warwick, Colorado Springs just to give you some examples, unfolded, I quickly learned that these brilliant scientists were nervous, even afraid to talk to me. Maybe even thinking; “Oh my god, she is going to misinterpret everything I say, rip me apart before I am truly death and in the process my research!”
This idea bothered me immensely. Knowing that many of our scientists are writing down their best ideas and then hide it away in the most remote drawer they can find because it is too “farfetched”. I felt I had to do something with this. So, I set aside my fear for this feeling of failing and started talking to these scientists via e.g Skype and email…no talk about complex research findings or computer data from new experiments.
It took me a long time before I gained the trust of some of these genius minds after all, I am a science journalist. The words of a journalist have a tremendous power… my words are power which can spit out venom or can inspire a nation and invite people to the wonderland of science. Slowly it became understood that I also came from this world in where you are constantly under attack, and that I had personally felt the outrage of being put away in this labeled cube.
I was extremely surprised by the many responses I received of which the content ranged from; “Shit, I have killed my laptop!”… “Today I let the laser device explode 🙁 “ … “The weather is foggy at the airport.” But besides talking about the everyday things, some of them told me about the ideas they had in their field of work. And I was amazed about their open-minded theories, their creativity in critical thinking and the advanced ideas they had…have! I asked myself, could I be a voice for those who were being silenced by this fear of failing. Shortly after The Next Truth magazine was born and I set goal to use it as a new platform to give scientist and citizen scientists the change to talk about the importance of advanced theories and experiments in new science.
I am of the opinion that it is critical, absolutely critical, that our scientists are free to undertake their work, free to collaborate with other scientists, free to speak to the media and free to speak to the public.
Scientists must be free to explore unconventional or controversial topics. They must be free to challenge the thinking of the day and to feel free to present uncomfortable or inconvenient truths, because that’s how scientists push boundaries and pushing boundaries is, after all, what science is all about.[Top]