Waves, the origin of the universe?

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Waves, the origin of the universe?

Post by Admin on Sat Oct 18 2008, 22:23

A very interesting idea is that waves are the origin of the universe. So called standing waves could account for the particles we know. This happens to concur with the ideas of early Indian science that declares that the universe emanates from a sound. The Australian Ray Tomes has done a lot of research in this. His ideas are partly based on the phenomenon Cymatics that was first studied by Hans Jenny. It makes sense, and give an clean alternative to ever more complex string theories that an increasing number of physicists are starting to doubt, because the seem no more than elaborate computer models that explain phenomena at the cost of adding more and more complexity. Scientist like Einstein believed that to have true value a theory has to simple, it should reduce complexity rather than add to it.



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Research on effect of thought on water

Post by Admin on Sat Oct 18 2008, 22:42

A bit related is the research of Japanese scientist Dr Emoto. Eastern philosofy says that the universe emanated from a sound, but also that the true nature of Goddliness from which all is the source is consciouness. This could explain the influence of observations on the quantum processes.

Research From Dr. Masaru Emoto, says that human thoughts are directed at water before it is frozen, images of the resulting water crystals will be beautiful or ugly depending upon whether the thoughts were positive or negative. Emoto claims this can be achieved through prayer, music or by attaching written words to a container of water. Since 1999 Emoto has published several volumes of a work titled Messages from Water, which contains photographs of water crystals next to essays and "words of intent".

Positive & Negative Energy Effects on Water Crystals
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Quantum Mechanics

Post by Admin on Fri Dec 19 2008, 02:55

Quantum mechanics

Here a brief explanation of Quatum Mechanics in 7 short video clips.

Quantum Mechanics (Chapter 1a of 6)

Quantum Mechanics (Chapter 1b of 6)
Quantum Mechanics (Chapter 2 of 6)
Quantum Mechanics (Chapter 3 of 6)
Quantum Mechanics (Chapter 4 of 6)
Quantum Mechanics (Chapter 5 of 6)
Quantum Mechanics (Chapter 6 of 6)


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Complexity

Post by Admin on Fri Dec 19 2008, 03:55

Complexity

Just three particles and the forces that cause them to interact give rise to all of the incredible and wonderful complexity that makes this universe such an interesting place.

Complexity (Chapter 1 of 6)

Complexity (Chapter 2 of 6)
Complexity (Chapter 3 of 6)
Complexity (Chapter 4a of 6)
Complexity (Chapter 4b of 6)
Complexity (Chapter 5 of 6)
Complexity (Chapter 6 of 6)

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String theory

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String theory

String theory how it came into play in the realm of physics and meaning.

Part 01: String theory

Part 02: String Theory
Part 03: String Theory
Part 04: String Theory
Part 05: String Theory
Part 06: String Theory
Part 07: String Theory To M-Theory
Part 08: M-Theory
Part 09: M-Theory
Part 10: M-theory
Part 11: M-theory

String Theory, M-theory, Parallel Worlds Pt. 1
String Theory, M-theory, Parallel Worlds Pt. 2
String Theory, M-theory, Parallel Worlds Pt. 3
String Theory, M-theory, Parallel Worlds Pt. 4
String Theory, M-theory, Parallel Worlds Pt. 5
String Theory, M-theory, Parallel Worlds Pt. 6

Brian Greene: The universe on a string
Elegant Universe -- Can String Theory detect God?

Mathematical Physicist Edward Witten Interview - 1 of 2
Mathematical Physicist Edward Witten Interview - 2 of 2

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Parallel Universes

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Parallel Universes

"Everything you're about to read here seems impossible and insane, beyond science fiction, but its true"

Scientists now believe there may really be a parallel universe - in fact, there may be an infinite number of parallel universes, and we just happen to live in one of them. These other universes contain space, time and strange forms of exotic matter. Some of them may even contain you, in a slightly different form. Astonishingly, scientists believe that these parallel universes exist less than one millimetre away from us. In fact, our gravity is just a weak signal leaking out of another universe into ours.

Parallel Universes - Part 1

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Parallel Universes - Part 3
Parallel Universes - Part 4
Parallel Universes - Part 5

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