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July 16, 2010

Poof!

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  1. song permalink
    July 21, 2010 10:05 am

    What do you think about CERN? There is no such thing, you know as a God Particle.

    • July 21, 2010 10:34 am

      Interestingly enough, I’d written an impassioned comment on another site recently on the same topic.

      Is apropos:

      A joke within a joke. Physics, stuck in it’s newtonian world, struggling to reconcile that with quantum mechanics, a pseudo science whose greatest “discoveries” could have been written on a singly papyrus by anyone with a mere whiff of the motherlode of ancient, axiomatic wisdom that is all around us, if we choose to look.

      But we are thick as bricks….. lost to our real nature and so waste billions upon billions of “mind” instigated dollars/euros/yuan/rupees into building machines that’ll help us see more than our eyes can see, be more than our physical limitations allow us to be.
      Such a faustian bargain we have with this beast that is modern day science.

      An out of control, hydra headed testament to modern man’s ego.

      Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds……

      ——————————————————————-

      That is what I think of CERN. A monumental waste. The far frontier on scientific research where they have to make more and more grandiose claims to justify their larger and ever more powerful machines. Quite a cruel joke I think, actually. And I have my own particular definition of GOD. 😉 It’s on the blog if you want to check it out.

  2. song permalink
    July 21, 2010 8:44 pm

    getting over death. i could think about that definition for a long time…it has layers, and goes many directions.

    as for your writings above? Your words feel almost like my own? So

    how are you doing?

  3. song permalink
    July 22, 2010 6:27 am

    Here is something i wrote awhile ago, and I will share it with you. Thank you for your time.

    Beyond Quantum

    For this reason, I long ago dismissed much (not all) of the world of quantum physics, seeing it as transitory, to the next place of more congruence with earth, if we hopefully don’t blow ourselves up getting there. Much of Einstein’s thinking lacked certain “spatial” understandings, such as illustrated by Bell. Some of his theories only work in a vacumn which is clearly the antithesis of life.
    Models of AI (Artificial Intelligence), are logarithmic, and cannot replicate, insight, or intuition. The search for GUT (Grand Unified Theory), has been elusive, with maybe, M-theory, coming near. But even if M-theory were proven “true” what system would it be describing. The old equation of Schroedinger’s cat perhaps has added some velocity to the multiverse ideas, and it is here where I most probably stand.
    String theory, has added ideas such as pelastration/elasticity and resonance. And, in my mind I think of the particle-wave paradox, quite simply as waving a flashlight, and tracing its path. The path is the string. It is not what composes, however, the source of the light we see. But, the quantum age will be remembered, more as the experimenter creating results, creating more paradoxes, established long ago, in the early formative development of the patriarchal model. It will also be remembered should Humanity arise from its potential ashes as the age of Regression.

    The quantum age, has not fully left its classical roots, in many of the disciplines, and for this reason, much of the information gathered is isolated, not in conjunction with “higher laws”. Shattering atoms, into smaller and smaller parts, is, child’s play regardless of how “well-clothed” adherents say, the emperor is.

    • July 22, 2010 6:30 am

      🙂

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