Reality Is Not What We Can See…..
The Idealist View of Consciousness After Death…..
Scientists Just Confirmed That A Brand New Form Of Matter Was Discovered: TIME CRYSTALS!…..
Veterans of the NSA’s psychic wars…..
Leaked Footage of Terrifying New Boston Dynamics Robot…..
Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, February 4, 2017…..
Some physicists, mind you, not many of them, are physicist-poets.
They see the world or, more adequately, physical reality, as a lyrical narrative written in some hidden code that the human mind can decipher.
Carlo Rovelli, the Italian physicist and author, is one of them. Following his best-seller Seven Brief Lessons in Physics, a book that the author himself was surprised to see becoming so popular, Rovelli has a more ambitious book out (written before Seven Lessons). In Reality Is Not What It Seems, he describes his view of reality — the poem he has spent a career attempting to decipher.
His writing style is enchanting, as lyrical as a book on physics allows one to be. His references to other poets, in particular Dante and Petrarch, exude patriotic pride and the understanding, unfortunately rare in most physics departments, of the deep connection between the sciences and the humanities as twin partners in the human struggle to find meaning in a puzzling and mysterious universe.
How could one face the vastness of space and the shortness of life and not wonder about our place and purpose?
Marcelo Gleiser: Reality Is Not What We Can See
Our capacity to be conscious subjects of experience is the root of our sense of being. After all, if we weren’t conscious, what could we know of ourselves? How could we even assert our own existence? Being conscious is what it means to beus. In an important sense—even the only important sense—we are first and foremost consciousness itself, the rest of our self-image arising afterwards, as thoughts and images constructed in consciousness.
For this reason, the question of what happens to our consciousness after bodily death has been central to humanity throughout its history. Do we cease to exist or continue on in some form or another? Many people today seek existential solace in body-self dualism, which opens up the possibility of the survival of consciousness after bodily death (Heflick et al, 2015). But is dualism—with the many serious problems it entails, both philosophical and empirical (Robinson, 2016)—the only ontology that allows for this survival?
Reality Sandwich. Bernardo Kastrup: The Idealist View of Consciousness After Death
These are unique crystals with an atomic structure that repeats not just space, but time, putting both in motion without energy involved. It’s official—researchers have reported in detail how to measure and create these interesting crystals. Two independent teams of scientists claim they have created these time crystals in a lab based off this blueprint, which confirms the life of a new form of matter.
Norman Yao, lead researcher from the University of California, Berkeley said:
This is a new phase of matter, period, but it is also really cool because it is one of the first examples of non-equilibrium matter. For the last half-century, we have been exploring equilibrium matter, like metals and insulators. We are just now starting to explore a whole new landscape of non-equilibrium matter.
Last week, we looked at the early days of the CIA’s foray into extrasensory espionage. Today we’ll be following up with the veterans of the NSA’s psychic wars, which they foresaw being waged well into the ’90s and beyond.
The NSA document, dated from early 1981, calls for a number of steps to be taken, including identifying the potential for mind control.
…Once the individuals had been identified, the Agency wanted to create “cadre’s of talented synergized gifted people … for special problem solving tests.” However, the NSA was afraid that these people could be hard to control “Consciousless [sic] or morbid people of talent must be strictly screened out of active programs because of the danger of severe mental illness and unscrupulous violation of security.”
Michael Best: Veterans of the NSA’s psychic wars
Given some of the chilling recent developments in artificial intelligence, it’s clear that we are no longer the most intelligent entities on the planet. It seems as though it’s more or less accepted that we’ll all be taken over by robots shortly and scientists are hurrying to create our new masters as fast as they can. All it’s going to take is to give an advanced robot a brain containing a powerful artificial intelligence system, and we’re all doomed. Doomed I say!
Ok, maybe I’m being a bit hyperbolic, but the writing is most certainly on the wall. AI will soon heavily influence or dictate all of our decisions and take over entire sectors of human activity. While frequent calls for universal income are made, it’s likely such measures won’t go far enough towards protecting the significance and relevance of human life once artificial intelligence systems become sufficiently advanced.
Mysterious Universe. Brett Tingley: Leaked Footage of Terrifying New Boston Dynamics Robot
Much has already transpired since Donald Trump took office, and road signs do not bode well in regard to the direction we are headed. Should this be a surprise? More than ever before the power structure is trying desperately to hide reality from a population that is largely uninterested in the bigger picture in the first place. More than ever, those in power are doing their best to completely eliminate any remaining restraints on the military/industrial/banking complex. Will the last remaining remnants of the planet’s life support systems (that are still functioning) be looted, plundered, and pillaged in order to keep business as usual till the last possible moment? Environmental and societal collapse will be blindingly swift. What is the current state of our oceans? US government officials declare fisheries disaster for the entire west coast of North America.
On the other side of the world, in the Bay of Bengal, another fisheries collapse is unfolding. The global refugee crisis from collapsing ecosystems will soon “fuel an unimaginable refugee crisis” according to a new military analyst report. The city of Miami Beach is going to spend half a billion dollars ($500,000,000) to temporarily keep a few neighborhoods from being inundated from rapidly rising seas. Coastline cities all over the globe face the same fate, the efforts to mitigate this process is futile. Total nuclear fuel rod meltdowns at Fukushima are confirmed, and the world’s top scientists have advanced the hands of the “Doomsday Clock” to an alarming 150 seconds to “midnight”. Will the masses be awakened to our collective peril before the sand in the hourglass runs out?
Many choose not to stand up and make their voice heard in the battle for the greater good unless or until someone somewhere can give them a guarantee of certain success, this scenario must change. Life gives no such guarantees, ever. No matter how daunting the odds, we must make the decision to do what is right, because it is right. We are free falling into the most defining and critical chapter of our species, indeed, of life on Earth. How can we know what difference we may have made unless or until we are willing to stand and be counted in the critical effort to fully expose the untainted truth on countless fronts? We must take a stand today, if we are to salvage any tomorrow.
Dane Wiggington: Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, February 4, 2017