Joseph talks about the recent report that CERN discovered particles traveling faster than the velocity of light, and tries to show that it's a little too early to talk about abandoning Special Relativity.


    1. I gave this a look-see as I am always seeking to learn new things. But, having given this a cursory look using Google translator, it appears to me that Burkhard Heim is saying that “existence does NOT exist” which means that he didn’t exist when he made those statements so he never made them. As an epistemological foundation, this is NOT a good place to start.

      Expanding, it looks to me like Burkhard was a Kantian. I.e. mankind cannot see because he has eyes, cannot hear because he has ears, etc.

      Move along, CQ, Move along. STOP hitch-hiking in the comment section.

        1. Yes, Kant said that god ‘could have created the world ten minutes ago complete with
          fossils and memory.’
          This is also the crux of Quantum Creation as the Universe
          also has a ‘wave function.’

          And yes, QM puts forth the question as to what then IS reality as it is subjective
          to the [ultimate] observer. But the ‘fact’ remains (pardon the liberty) that
          that “Ultimaqte Observer” is the Universe itself.

          We have to take the opposing thought (that word is of great importance)
          that it is no/thing that cannot exist because it (non-existence) is a contradiction
          of itself; non-existence, therefore, cannot exist.

          And when we ‘remember’ that infinity=zero (when used in place of “infinities” in
          the math in which they pop up everywhere)
          has characteristics that trumps Feynman’s “renormalization” every time in making
          sense and progress with this math.

          Snack on that, all of you, and have some fun.

  1. Thanks for expanding on this article. IMO, IF it turns out that “particles” DO move faster than light, I look at this as more of an expansion on relativity, much like relativity expanded on Newton’s work rather than overturning it. That is, of course, premised on the fact that the boys at the CERN didn’t just forget to carry the 2 or something.

    And speaking of Newton’ theory of gravity, in which he just left some things hanging for future scientists to ponder for themselves, I wonder if Newton’s so called refusal to publish his work on the calculus publicly combined with his actually sharing it only with a few “friends” amounts to him actually sharing it with some sort of secret society that he may have been part of and that secret calculations were done on a number of things using that calculus thus giving such a secret society quite a technical edge on a number of things, including gravity.

    Like…uh…Was Isaac Newton the first member of ‘Skull & Bones?”

    If I had a webcam I would join the test tonight. I will hopefully have (a GOOD) one soon.

    1. As a matter of fact, it is well-known that Newton WAS a member of just such a society…check out the history of the Royal Society and the Masonic influence in it. Leibniz also appears to have been familiar with hermetic manuscripts and ideas, and of course, the notation conventions of the calculus we use now are his.

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