California State University’s Prof of psychology, Matthew J. Sharps weighs in
‘What is real and what is not?’ A ghostly apparition gliding the grounds of a cemetery, the, during a traditional ritual, summoned deities or the car in the garage? Odd as it may sound on the latter, the truth is, we have no clue what this mathematical Matrix around us, truly contains.
As far as it is known, our brain has yet not learned how to place a concept into the frame of classical reality….how to convert the geometric design(s) of nature herself, into an understandable language.
So, like water is choosing the easiest way to descent, the brain seems automatically grabbing to what it is that is the most logical translation of what it ‘thinks’ it is perceiving and, in a most creative manner, it starts filling in the blanks of whatever it might be that is dwelling in a dark forest or crossing the skies with a speed that breaks all laws of physics.
What is the purpose for us to fill in these blanks with Mother nature’s monsters, UFO’s or a conspiracy theory? Is it a neuron-psychological defense mechanism? Where lies the origin of this stimulus what is triggering the brain in believing its own creations and…what would happen if people would perceive classical reality for what it is by nature?
I am your host Maria Anna van Driel… and you’re listening to “The Next Truth; Where Science and Myth Meet” and this week I am speaking with Matthew Sharps who is a Professor of psychology at the California State University, Fresno… about how modern and traditional religion, and the rituals within, are merged with the paranormal believes.
With Associate Prof. and Global Young Academy Co-Chair, Dr. Anindita Bhadra
Although it is often taken for granted, it is not at all a natural line of thought that a person has to fulfill a specific task in life based on being a woman or a man.
The term “gender role” was first used by John Money and colleagues in 1954, during the course of his study of intersex individuals, and speaks of a social role encompassing a range of behaviors and attitudes that are generally considered acceptable, appropriate, or desirable for a person based on that person’s biological or perceived sex.
The importance of mainstreaming gender in all walks of life cannot be over-emphasized. This is not just to make sure that women get a chance to give expression to their creativity and abilities but it is essential for the balanced development of any society. In fact when considering women in science, it is even truer: research is a highly creative and individualistic activity and each person makes his or her unique contribution.
The process of scientific development, innovation and discovery can only benefit from diversity, gender being just one component. Also given the fact that women are 50% of humanity, their intellectual potential is something that we can ill afford to ignore.
I am your host Maria Anna van Driel… and you’re listening to “The Next Truth; Where Science and Myth Meet”… and this week I am speaking with Anindita Bhadra who is Global Young Academy Co-Chair and Associate Professor at the Indian Institute of Science Education & Research.… about the position of the female scientist in India and the importance of STEM subjects.[Top]
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With Professor Emeritus and Time Travel expert, Ronald Lawrence Mallett
Click the ‘PLAY-BUTTON’ in ‘THE NEXT TRUTH…ONLINE RADIO’ on the right and listen to the TNT-Podcast interview of Prof. Emeritus Ronald L. Mallett in where he speaks about Einstein’s theories, the differences between Theoretical Physics & Experimental physics and STEM. (part 1)
In a universe so vast, is there any hope of us traveling fast enough so that we could visit the far-off realms of space? Will we ever be able to plant a flag in the most distant quadrants of the cosmos? At this point in time we may be as far from reaching other stars as Leonardo da Vinci was from realizing an airplane but it has not stopped scientists from imagining the theoretical possibilities of interstellar travel.
Even time travel is somewhat unique in science fiction, it has long been the Holy Grail for modern science. Some say we will never be able to travel in time, while others believe we are close to achieving the impossible. But what if time travel already exists? According to general relativity – this might actually work.
But when it comes to our understanding of the Universe, general relativity may not be the final word. Theoretical physicist and Professor Emeritus Ronald Lawrence Mallett says there is another way what makes traveling into the past a real option.
Did we already tackle the energy barrier, jumped through time and created new universe branches out into the future?
I am your host Maria Anna van Driel and you are listening to “The Next Truth; Where Science and Myth Meet”. This week I am speaking with Theoretical physicist and expert on Albert Einstein’s theories, Professor Emeritus Ronald Lawrence Mallett and discuss with him why and how Einstein developed his theories and Professor Mallett’s personal interests for theoretical physics But also the true science of time travel, why fundings are needed and the importance of STEM subjects.
- “Time Traveler: A Scientist’s Personal Mission to Make Time Travel a Reality”, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/156858363X
Click the ‘PLAY-BUTTON’ in the side bar ‘THE NEXT TRUTH…ONLINE RADIO’ on the right and listen to the TNT-Podcast interview of Dr. Simeon Hein (part 1)
It was in 1678 that an English woodcut pamphlet was published bearing the title “The Mowing-Devil“. The pamphlet tells the story of a farmer in Hertfordshire who, refusing to pay the price demanded by a laborer to mow his field, swore he would rather the Devil mowed it instead.
That night his field appeared to be in flame and the next morning, the field was found to be perfectly mowed in a way that no mortal man was able to do.
Many say that interstellar civilizations can be all around us and pop in and out our atmosphere at any time and…at any wished coordination with the speed of light. Some even suggest that crop circles are the proof for these visitations.
Is the human species dealing with interstellar civilizations presenting themselves as intelligent plasma’s…a force of nature that is not fully understand but have the ability of sending and receiving information?
What is it that they find so interesting on our planet? Who creates these extraordinary mysteries of the fields and why? Could the complex geometric designs of crop circles be the visible result of time travelers using wormholes?
I am your host Maria Anna van Driel… and you’re listening to “The Next Truth; Where Science and Myth Meet” and this week I am speaking with the director of the nonprofit Institute for Resonance in Boulder, Colorado, Dr. Simeon Hein… about how we can learn the skills of remote viewing and the mystery of vast, complex crop circles that materialize overnight.[Top]