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In physics, whether we're talking about astro- or nuclear- physics, or any other kind of physics, there is the concept of "aether" [= "ether"] which has been around for hundreds of years, and just simply will not go away. If it exists, then ether, or aether, is supposed to be… Read More

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A poem about the realization of my place in the universe and whether my existence is grand or infinitesimal. Read More
Is time travel possible I think yes and they are sending messages back as we speak. Beyond 2000 a TV show in 1999 with Gillian Anderson, In the program she said they are already doing it sending messages and film footage back in time. They send a beam into space… Read More
A paper I wrote for Physics on the Quantum Theory. Read More
Why should I listen to you? How smart do you think you are? Do you have everything figured out? Read More
How everything is nothing and vice versa. Read More

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He was just another homeless person, but he makes me hear uncanny, lovely music and, when I close my eyes, I see celestial spheres. Read More
The world in 2120. After the catastrophe, humankind had recovered from the disaster and entered a grandiose era of scientific and technological progress, that reduced dramatically the number of deaths. Result: overpopulation. And a plan to put a stop to it. Read More
I see everything different then Einstein or Stephen Hawking, my mom and my dad, and most likely you and your friends. Read More

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Mankind has only two choices after science and technology renders the species utterly obsolete and incapable of survival in the future. One choice compels humanity to submit body and soul to a sinister supernatural civilisation, whilst the other impels mankind to submit to a utopian bioengineering paradigm. The first choice… Read More

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A poem I wrote on a quote Albert Einstein said. I think its a great quote. In line 7 the definition of vain I used was an adjective meaning unproductive of success. I hope you enjoy this poem. THX GOTHIKAH666 T_T Read More
have you ever wondered what it would be like if all the great Masters and Geniuses came together for a single goal or do you enjoy a good Philosophical paradox? if yes read on. Read More
Abstract After researching the life and career of Ludwig Wiggenstein, this brief paper on the nature of gravity leaped into my mind. 1. Nothing in the universe is stationary 2. All matter has multiple frames of movement. The earth revolves around the sun while revolving around the center of the… Read More
I am pleased to present you my self-compiled and published book, entitled ‘What is India?’, containing the quotes of the world renowned intellectual giants on ancient Indian Spiritualism and wisdom. This fervent appreciation of classical knowledge and wisdom by the wisest of the wise rational scholars from the world around… Read More
Paper Abstract Einstein's seminal 1906 paper lead to the classic Twin's Paradox. This postulates that if a twin leaves the earth in a spacecraft near the speed of light, upon returning to earth, the twin which stayed on the planet will be much older than the twin which left. Standing… Read More
In the same way that the constancy of light’s velocity moved Einstein to think “outside the box,” (actually he imagined the constancy of the velocity of light since in 1905 that phenomenon had not yet been confirmed)leading him to deduce the required relationship between an observer’s reference frame and the… Read More

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A humorous take on how a head of curls can affect an entire life. Read More
My conversation with the Devil continues to cite the connectivity problems that arise in the micro universe and then draws upon Relativity theory for confirmation of the necessary opposites that shape God’s footprint. In the discussion of temporality that follows—given the theory of God’s footprint—the message is that because unidirectional… Read More
Yes, God has a physical footprint and it’s grounded in the Logos of existence as it is described in the “the new model of the observer/observed relationship.” Accordingly, we live in a universe that, on one level, is deterministic, while, on another level, is less deterministic. However, the entire universe… Read More
Change of plans, instead of posting the statistical evidence (weak evidence) that I gathered in support of the existence of the implicative affirmative of the not-me-self, I have decided to describe the relationship that exists between the not-me-self and divinity. This relationship is complimentary and symmetrical, like the coming together… Read More
This is my last essay/memoir under the category of My Old Professor. It basically concerns my struggle with his teachings. Up next is the category of existential considerations, considerations that have helped me survive a rather risky lifestyle. Read More
A man escapes his assured death, and struggles over his motivations why. Read More

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(Finished!!!) Whenever we talk about science, we always hear the name Einstein. Any idea how he is in private? This is the very first science fictional story i wrote with my boyfriend and a close friend. It was actually submitted as a project for one of our modules. I post… Read More

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To those who think they can see. Read More

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when you find yourself surrounded with noise and words, you might think That, or Write It if there's an Ego. mind thoughts wandering through a multidimensional "dimension" ;in it the small particles of this innocence living living living Read More

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I think this one deals with the possible fact genius's tap into the deep pool of dreams, for their ideas. Read More

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An alternate reality story when Germany created the first Nuke instead of the US Read More

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