Does Time Exist? Does what we think of as TIME, the duration between each of our samplings of the universe, really exist? I like to start with the Uncertainty Principle, posited by Werner Heisenberg. To me, UNCERTAINTY (short for this principle) refers to PERSPECTIVE. What we mean by PERSPECTIVE is the formal method …
EFFECTS OF UNIVERSAL EXPANSION PREDICTED BY 2D FLUID-FLUID UNIVERSE (Where interfacial tension of boundary is assumed analogous to the gravitational tension between masses in expanding space) WHY DO LARGER PLANETS (formed in the accretion disk of a star) MOVE AWAY FROM THEIR SUNS? By the time they interact with the expanding universe (the distance from …
An Uncommon Collaboration written and presented by David Edmond Moody at the Krishnamurti Center in Ojai, CA. (September 9-11, 2018).
The most important theoretical two words I’d like to introduce here are “experimental space.” How is experimental space, maybe space we think and talk about during our experiments, different from space in general (like what we think of as objective absolute cosmic space)?
Has anyone ever experienced a state of bliss?
What does that state require?
How does the creation of space through error lead to gravitational forces?
Emilie Du Chatelet, an 18th century mathematician and philosopher, did not agree that Newton’s gravitational equation told the whole story: how gravity worked, not just that it seemed as a force between objects.
Ever watch lightning in the distance during a thunderstorm?