leave comments Posted July 30, 2015 by nobelief I plan on turning comments off on all pages accept this one… I like hearing from people but don’t like the comment form loading with every page 6 Comments mmfiore December 21st, 2009 Einstein was right about the shortcomings of Quantum Mechanics and so therefore String Theory is also the incorrect approach. As an alternative to Quantum Theory there is a new theory that describes and explains the mysteries of physical reality. While not disrespecting the value of Quantum Mechanics as a tool to explain the role of quanta in our universe. This theory states that there is also a classical explanation for the paradoxes such as EPR and the Wave-Particle Duality. The Theory is called the Theory of Super Relativity. See superrelativity.org. This theory is a philosophical attempt to reconnect the physical universe to realism and deterministic concepts. It explains the mysterious. Doug Wilson December 21st, 2009 What I like about the electric universe model is 1) I can see it, 2) It’s testable, they’ve made prediction and “say” it’s panned out. I started to read all the quantum physics stuff. Then I saw I needed to learn about something else before I could go forward. Pretty soon I figured I’d have to start “way” back if I wanted to get the terminology. Then I started having trouble with time and space time – it just didn’t make sense – At that point I slowed way down and finally stopped looking for simpler explanations that I could fathom. Do you have predictions? Tests you can run? I’ve always figured if somethings there – it’s there. How does it work with plasma cosmology? We know there’s Plasma. For sure there is electromagnetism. What else…needs to be in there? James Circello January 3rd, 2010 I want to stress the importance of a political program and the demands it makes. These demands are not being made to the institution itself. These demands are being made to the enlisted ranks, to the veterans that have fallen victim to this assault, to the service members that recognize the truth – the the U.S. military is not a force for spreading democracy, but a force which upholds markets and defends resources for the ruling class in the United States. So, while I thank you for your support of our program, I feel you are completely off base with your attack on it as being aimed at an institution. March Forward! recognizes that no military officer will decide to disband the officer corps. We also recognize that no politician will legislate an end to these wars. This is why we do not lobby. We do not knock on the doors of Congress and ask for these changes, but knock on the doors of the working class and soldiers in general to show what we can have when we stop begging the system and take them, This is why our 10 Point Program is presented to the world – not as a please, but as a demand. James Circello March Forward! arcadianal January 18th, 2010 No left-wing bias in this piece, is there? Is the university pseudo-intellectual and MSM establishment feeling some heat from people who are wary of Orwell’s Big Brother? So, Volker’s data is missing? Welcome to Climategate! The left is very good at obfuscating. And you feel threatened by the “reactionaries”, when the 100s of billions residing in the universities’ endowments, most of the charitable institutions’ coffers and George Soros’s bank account are all working to perpetuate your propaganda? Come, you’re winning already. If you’re opposed to reactionaries, how do you feel about Obama’s unconstitutional czars, one would-be of whom characterized those who disagreed with him as you did: a$$holes. Small minds think alike. Cheer up–you’ll get your one-world government and moment in the sun. But trust me, you won’t like it. Chip April 20th, 2010 Keep your fingers crossed and hope Monsanto doesn’t find a weak link to pressure. Somebody keep an eye on Donald Rumsfeld, por favor tambien. =c= http://www.thefutureoffood.com/ Check out “The Future of Food” for some interesting stuff. Skateboardkid July 4th, 2010 Thanks Doug for all that you are doing. I always feel that after I write, that it all looks and sounds terrible. I need lots of practice, and I guess this would be a good time to tell you that it is wonderful that you let me practice here. I really like the topics you have covered for the past couple of weeks. Where others are stuck on one topic, you on the other hand, cover an array of things (all relevant, on topic with the times). Thanks for helping all us out. Tonight I felt really hopeless about all this, and felt reaching out with my feelings may help not just me, but maybe others also feel the way I do and want to speak. I am not talking to “get things off my chest”, I am writing to find brothers in arms who want to do something about our problems. Thanks again, I hear fireworks outside and wondering what we really have right now worth celebrating. But soon, we all will have something worth popping fireworks for, maybe it will be the day we all see hope with our efforts. Timothy Leary – Wikiquote, My advice to myself and to everyone else, particularly young people, is to turn on, tune in and drop out. By drop out, I mean to detach yourself from involvement in secular, external social games. But the dropping out has to occur internally before it can occur externally. I’m not telling kids just to quit school; I’m not telling people to quit their jobs. That is an inevitable development of the process of turning on and tuning in. Comments are closed.