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May 27, 2020


Unexplained Phenomena Keep Suggesting the Universe Isn’t What We Thought

(Thanks to Rod Nunley)


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No big surprise. We truly don't understand Quantum Theory, or how Quantum Theory works with Einstein's General Relativity. We can do quantum engineering, but don't truly know how it works. If fact, the more you study quantum physics, the more unreal it seems.

I have recognized this theory for some time now. Furthermore, I have been aware of all this positiveness since I was like in the womb and everything was fine. So I have no problems understand life this kind of sh*t.

If you want to read more about it and feel good about yourself, see here. Not that there was anything wrong with you before I told you how to feel better about yourself. Go back to the womb. See, What's wrong with you there? Feel better? You look weird.

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Give credit where credit is due. I showed you.

I've seen this trend evolve for quite some time, given specialization, privatization, compartmentalization, and the general desire to protect ones own turf, in whatever field you conspire. In short, so called specialists seem to know more & more about less & less, til in the very near future we will reach the point where only a handful of people who know all that can be know about absolutely nothing at all make all the decisions for the rest of us poor slobs. So,..CHEERS!!!

These two Einstein quotes should help clear matters like this up--or add to the confusion..whatever.

"Two things are infinite: The Universe and human stupidity; And I'm not sure about the Universe."

"The hardest thing to understand is the income tax."

In what universe do the Laws of Physics not apply? Cite specific sources and evidence.

@ Dr.Sheldon---A friend tells me that an evening spent with Jose Cuervo will answer all of your questions and you won't need no stinkin' evidence.

So the science is settled...except it's not.

(Real scientists know this is always the case; declaring anything settled reveals a lack of knowledge of how science actually work.)

"As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality,
they are not certainty, and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality"
---Albert Einstein

Well, I guess this clears up this matter.

Is this gonna be on the test?

I carefully avoided taking any physics classes, know it involves something called 'gravity,' as when I point my skis downhille, "Wheeee!" I think that's as involved as most of us get.

"Unexplained Phenomena"? You mean like changing our clocks twice a year?

And even ELLEN isn't what she seems.

« Settled in science » only means we have agreed to stop investigating.

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