compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
Since the beginning of mankind's ponderings ...
On the "nature of all things universal" - ALL science and all scientists
have ultimately been proved to be wrong in either some major or minor
way. The theory of the Universe as perceived by Ptolemy gave way to that
and Hawking to Leonard Susskind.
A JOB IN PROGRESS so to speak !
- and as Susskind has said ...
"I was obsessed with the problem. I couldn't
see how what Stephen said was right "
"Traditional scientific method has always been, at the very best,
20-20 hindsight. It's good for seeing where you've been.
It's good for testing the truth of what you think you know, but
it can't tell you where you ought to go." - Robert M. Pirsig
"Nonetheless, ever since Copernicus and Galileo and their grand intuition,
we have all learned to distrust our senses. We generally pay far more
attention to what we are told by the experts than to what we can learn
with our unaided senses. We have split our reasoning minds off from our
sensing bodies. In order to buy into the Copernican worldview, it would
seem we had to accept this split, had to hold our thinking selves apart
from the sensuous and sensing life of the body. But what great damage
that's done - we've forgotten our instinctive, corporeal solidarity with
the breathing earth.
After all, we now know that the sun, too, is in motion, and that even the
"fixed" stars are rapidly rushing apart from one another – indeed all of the
celestial bodies are in motion relative to one another. Hence it seems an
arbitrary choice where one chooses to stabilize one's perspective. But since
we find ourselves here, on this earth, it perhaps makes just as much sense
to consider the breathing earth as the stable center of our world ...
(to recognize the ground underfoot as the very ground of our reality)
than to consider the Sun as the unmoving center"
is that it brings together such a wide diversity of knowledge & opinion - acquired and
established by the very broadest spectrum of specialist practitioners - such that articles
there is a tendency to encourage us to seek & get involved with more and more about
less and less.
- against a background of discussion between Ray Kurzweil - as a scientist - and
In view of our ever increasing need to consider - and accept - what changes when change changes? - Einstein's observation that ...
we cannot solve problems at the same level of thinking at which we created them
still seems most appropriate - but should we not, equally ... be seeking less and less about more and more?
In the same way that Spinoza inspired confidence in Leibnitz to publish his theories, as a result of their discussions about the I-Ching - we should utilise the Zaadz ‘like-minded collective' to promote a greater collective spiritual understanding of what needs to happen to change the world!
We are not bound by the laws of physics as we know them today -
Quantum physics tells us that NO THING is actually solid.
Everything is energy ...
Those who preach “one path” and DO NOT leave room for
future realities are not only dishonest fools, likely obsessed
with honours and personal wealth, but are likely unable to
face their likely many past/future mistakes.
THIS editorial introduces knowledge of electromagnetic
radiation, black holes and, vacuum space to help the reader
better understand Haramein’s recent paper and is a must read
to understand why mainstream scientists have and continue to
abuse their notoriety.
would accept the IDEA that it is possible
to acknowledge the existence of the
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