Gravity …. I fell. An introduction by Richard Panek. I had been sitting in a chair for a quarter of an hour, killing time in a bookstore. I had selected from a nearby shelf a book that I thought might relate to the subject I was researching at the moment—I no longer recall what. I’d pushed my chair away from a...
What laws govern our universe? How shall we know them? How may this knowledge help us to comprehend the world and hence guide its actions to our advantage? Since the dawn of humanity, people have been deeply concerned by questions like these. At first, they had tried to make sense of those influences that do control the world by referring to...
David Bohm
David Bohm is one of the foremost scientific thinkers of today and one of the most distinguished theoretical physicists of his generation. His challenge to the conventional understanding of quantum theory has led scientists to reexamine what it is they are doing and to question the nature of their theories and their scientific methodology. Quantum Implications is a collection of original contributions by many ofthe world’s leading scholars and is dedicated to David Bohm, his work and the issues raised […]...
Viktor Schauberger
Nature’s Rhythmical Processes Nature is not served by rigid laws, but by rhythmical, reciprocal processes. Nature uses none of the preconditions of the chemist or the physicist for the purposes of evolution. Nature excludes all fire for purposes of growth on principle; therefore all contemporary machines are unnatural and constructed according to false premises. Nature avails herself of the biodynamic form...
Roger Penrose; Can fantasy have any genuine role to play in our basic physical understanding? Surely this is the very antithesis of what science is about, and should have no place in honest scientific discourse. However, it seems that this question cannot be dismissed as easily as might have been imagined. And there is much in the workings of nature that...
Ether or AEther (from Greek and probably from I burn,) a material substance of a more subtle kind than visible bodies, supposed to exist in those parts of space which are apparently empty. So begins the article, ” Ether,” written for the ninth edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, by James Clerk-Maxwell. The derivation of the word seems to indicate some connection in men’s minds with the idea of Fire. The other three elements,” Earth, Water, Air, representing the solid, liquid, […]...
Physical space may itself be curved, contain antimatter, house a sea of neutrinos, and be related to the invisible realm of the psyche. Nevertheless, physical space is also made up of something else.  That something else has been called, for generations, the ether. With the discovery of holography and a new order to the universe, the conceptualization of empty space must...
energy vortex
What is the essential nature of energy? Where do we begin to search for the answer to this age-old question? Surprisingly, despite all scientific investigation, nobody seems to have come up with a definitive answer! All we know of are the ways in which energy manifests itself. We can see that energy is involved in flowing water. We can see that...
Water spring
The Elucidation is an anonymous Old French poem of the early 13th century, which was written to serve as a prologue to Chrétien de Troyes‘ Perceval, le Conte du Graal. It is preserved in only one manuscript, Mons 331/206 (olim 4568), and in the Prose Perceval printed in 1530. Moreover, a German translation by Philipp Colin and Claus Wisse appeared in the Nüwe Parzefal of the 14th-century. Goethe The poet, philosopher, and scientist Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832) was, more […]...
Tom Bearden
Tom Bearden, a Lieutenant Colonel U.S. Army (Retired). President and Chief Executive Officer, CTEC, Inc. MS Nuclear Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, is a deep, precise thinker who knows his fundamentals. He discussed the cold war, his interpretation of UFOs, and his ideas about human perception. “Consciousness is time, specifically time delay,” Bearden said. At particular points in time, the physical...
Martin Heidegger
Heidegger’s Being and Time (1924), a quickly written introductory volume to a proposed multi-volume project, inspired philosophers for generations to come. What did the enigmatic title refer to? “As regards the title ‘Being and Time,’ ‘time’ means neither the calculated time of the ‘clock,’ nor ‘lived time’ in the sense of Bergson and others,” he explained, years after the book appeared....
universe
Otto Maier like Heisenberg certainly had some most extraordinary concepts in physics and reality. Arthur Young wrote a remarkable book: Reflexive Universe, The Geometry of Meaning, and the important compendium Consciousness and Reality, co-edited with mathematician Charles Musès. Young stressed the nature of intentionality, an area neglected by science, but that, in and of itself, is linked to the term “consciousness.” He mentioned that the famous physicist Werner Heisenberg theorized that the photon, along with all other elementary particles (electrons, […]...