Month: January 2016

The myth of settled science and the end of discovery.

Richard Fenyman was a great teacher, scientist and humanitarian to be sure. The problem is with idolization of certain scientists by status quo science establishment and academia, where the mere suggestion of alternate theories is regarded as heretical, and discussion discouraged and shutdown (and so follows funding). We are in the middle of our evolution, not the end; there is little in the canon of human knowledge which we should be so arrogant as to consider “settled science”. In David Deutsch’s book “The Beginning of Infinity” (pp. 444) he writes “In regard to theoretical knowledge, the prevailing world view...

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Canadian judge decries “obsolete, ridiculous” marijuana laws

Thank you for your wise ruling and words of wisdom Judge Pierre Chevalier (Gatineau, Quebec)   “This is everything wrong with this system – you don’t have access to a natural medicine which has been used for centuries, millennia. We are in a society where people are accused of possession and use of marijuana – despite more than half the population having consumed it.   When one is in the presence of laws which would have more than half of the population have a criminal record in Canada…and probably most Crown Attorneys and defense, and perhaps judges, but I...

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Augmented reality in it’s nascent form

Augmented reality in it’s nascent form. Seems like the key to projecting life like holographic projections in free space is containment fields…finding a way to create force in motion without pushing off anything – or at least “nothing” in the classical sense.    ...

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Reverse Osmosis water filtration system great alternative to bottled water

You can have a reverse osmosis water filtration system installed in your house for under $1000. I think I paid ~$600 for my 4-stage system from a local water treatment specialist in HRM (highly recommended – PM me for company details if interested), and I get all the filters changed once a year for around $75.   Best water ever…mine comes out of well and tastes cleaner than bottled water, and when I drink tap water now I choke on the chlorine…it’s unbelievable how strong the smell and taste is after you’ve been off it for awhile. And also...

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Forget relativity mind virus to truly progress our sciences

The probability of the theories of relativity accurately explaining the underlying mechanics of our universe seems exceedingly low. Given the likelihood that mainstream science and academia’s fundamental understanding of nature is wrong, how are we then to grow and evolve to meet the challenges of a modern world, which at present is in a most precarious spot? In order to advance our sciences any further, we need to forget about supposed relativistic boundaries, and move beyond.   Part...

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The taoist view of universe – Alan Watts

Alan Watts describes the Taoist principles which keep Life in Balance “At the very roots of Chinese thinking and feeling there lies the principle of polarity, which is not to be confused with the ideas of opposition or conflict. In the metaphors of other cultures, light is at war with darkness, life with death, good with evil, and the positive with the negative, and thus an idealism to cultivate the former and be rid of the latter flourishes throughout much of the world. To the traditional way of Chinese thinking this is as incomprehensible as an electric current without...

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