CERN collider
No, don’t press that button … What if all the CERN’s Large Hadron Collider’s woes are more than bad luck and technical problems? Two noted physicists speculate that the future may be pushing back on the Large Hadron Collider to avert the disaster of observing the Higgs boson. Nothing seems to go right at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Switzerland,...
Resonance
Let us take as an hypothesis, as Callum Coats in his book about Viktor Schauberger proposes, that the Ur-original source of energy is a radiant emanation from the Cause of Causes, from “God”, or better still, from the Eternally Creative Intelligence (ECI) to avoid any gender implications. As in the Eleusinian mysteries schools it’s called the Goddess. Of necessity an entity...
German flying saucer - fliegende Untertasse
Exact 75 years ago – on 15 july 1941, Rudolf Schriever started the development of a jet driven flying saucer. Article published in magazine “Die Deutsche illustrierte” 1953 There is a man in Germany who can say much more about flying saucers than any other man on this planet. He lives in a small house near Bremerhaven and his place buzz with...
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...
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.”...
The problem of consciousness, alternatively put, is the problem of finding out how mental phenomena, such as thoughts and feelings, are related to physical occurrences in brains. This way of stating the problem assumes that some such relation exists, an assumption not always made in the history of philosophy. Since Descartes the debate has become more sophisticated, and in our own...
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...
Space view
The idea of the importance of coincidences, as such, was introduced by Paul Kammerer in 1920, in his book Seriality, in which he logged a hundred amazing examples. His complex idea intrigued Einstein and was expanded by Carl Jung, who changed Kammerer’s term to the more widely used word synchronicity, or “meaningful coincidence.” Like Kammerer, Jung noticed that if two events...
seconds
The second or time itself appears to be a very simple topic. Something humanity takes for an established truth. Humanities’ current understanding of time is deterministic. That is one causality event leads to another causality event. Just like falling domino stones. We determine those moments or events relating to a second which means that we measure a subdivision of the second in tenths...
Viktor Schauberger
Throughout recorded history humanity has been periodically uplifted by the contributions of a few gifted and enlightened individuals, whose teachings and philosophy have gradually raised the level of human awareness. Lesser mortals have also played a vital role in this process and the seeding of human consciousness with higher truths always seems to come at a time when humankind as a...
Leuna Werke
Synthetic Gasoline – Although we still do not know how nature produces oil, yet we possess already for a long time the knowledge to produce it artificially. Friedrich Bergius a German chemist received the Nobel Prize in 1931 in recognition for inventing the process for producing synthetic gasoline in 1913. Since 1927, I.G. Farben A.G. continued to improve this development process in their laboratories at the Leuna...
Descartes
If you have been the proverbial fly on the wall in Descartes’s bed-room in La Flèche, in southern France, in 1636, you may have watched Descartes laying in bed observing you. His most remarkable idea came to him while observing a fly crawl along a curved path, which he thought about illustrating in terms of its distance from the walls. A...