It looks like the sun… but it isn’t. It’s a brand new type of artificial skylight called CoeLux which, for the first time, recreates the scientific process that makes the sky appear blue. It also creates an illusion of depth to make the ‘sun’ appear to be far above. Lux takes an exclusive look.
[Wired] Nasa is a major player in space science, so when a team from the agency presents evidence that “impossible” microwave thrusters seem to work, something strange is definitely going on. Either the results are completely wrong, or Nasa has confirmed a major breakthrough in space propulsion.
Test results indicate that the RF resonant cavity thruster design, which is unique as an electric propulsion device, is producing a force that is not attributable to any classical electromagnetic phenomenon and therefore is potentially demonstrating an interaction with the quantum vacuum virtual plasma.”
This last line implies that the drive may work by pushing against the ghostly cloud of particles and anti-particles that are constantly popping into being and disappearing again in empty space. But the Nasa team has avoided trying to explain its results in favour of simply reporting what it found: “This paper will not address the physics of the quantum vacuum plasma thruster, but instead will describe the test integration, test operations, and the results obtained from the test campaign.” […]
Light Motif is conceived as a synesthetic experience based on a visual transposition of Music for 18 Musicians – Section II, by the American composer Steve Reich. The ambition of the film is to cinematically capture the extraordinary life force that animates this essential work of contemporary music by offering a truly hypnotic experience where music can be “seen”.
Deepak Chopra and Stuart Hameroff take an in-depth dive into the science of consciousness.*
Stuart Hameroff, MD is a physician, Professor of Anesthesiology and Psychology, and Director of the Center for Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona in Tucson. In medical school, Hameroff became interested in intelligent behavior of microtubules, protein lattices within brain neurons and other living cells. Hameroff developed theories of microtubules as self-organizing molecular computers, and teamed with Sir Roger Penrose on the controversial Penrose-Hameroff “Orch OR” model of consciousness. Based on quantum computing in brain microtubules, Orch OR connects brain activities to the most basic level of the universe — fundamental spacetime geometry at the Planck scale. At that level, Penrose has proposed Platonic information guiding or influencing conscious choices and perceptions. Orch OR could be seen as providing a plausibility argument for non-locality and spirituality. Hameroff is also involved with clinical trials of transcranial ultrasound (TUS) for mood and cognitive dysfunction, and co-organizes the biennial interdisciplinary conference ‘Toward a Science of Consciousness.’
Join Yousef Awyan to explore the mysteries of the Serapeum in Saqqara. We will examine where the name Serapeum came from, the high level of technology the ancient Egyptians must have used to produce these incredible boxes and see why we shouldn’t always rely on writings as evidence to date sites and devices.
[SGI] Topics discussed include: Sacred Geometry, The Cosmic Grail, Randall’s recent research expedition with best selling author Graham Hancock, Cosmic Patterns and Cycles of Catastrophe, Walter Cruttenden’s Luni-Solar theory and Randall’s unique theory regarding Sirius, precession and the relationship to ancient cosmological ‘myths’.
New age gurus suggest that we can heal ourselves by simply changing our minds, but is this concept grounded in cold, hard science? Lissa Rankin, MD explores the scientific literature, reviewing case studies of spontaneous remission, as well as placebo and nocebo effect data, to prove that our thoughts powerfully affect our physiology when we believe we can get well.
Randall W. Carlson introduces the concepts to be addressed in the upcoming series “Recovering Lost History” – evidence for repeated catastrophes that have influenced or totally reset the clock on the development of terrestrial civilizations.
[Washington Post] Psychedelic mushrooms can do more than make you see the world in kaleidoscope. Research suggests they may have permanent, positive effects on the human brain.
In fact, a mind-altering compound found in some 200 species of mushroom is already being explored as a potential treatment for depression and anxiety. People who consume these mushrooms, after “trips” that can be a bit scary and unpleasant, report feeling more optimistic, less self-centered, and even happier for months after the fact.
But why do these trips change the way people see the world? According to a study published today in Human Brain Mapping, the mushroom compounds could be unlocking brain states usually only experienced when we dream, changes in activity that could help unlock permanent shifts in perspective […]
“What if Nassim Haramein is Right?” is the title featured in a recent Nexus France Magazine article written by Marc Mistiaen. The cover of the magazine reads, “A Black Hole at the Heart of the Atom!”
I have too often been a submissive member of the audience as I listened to unequivocal speakers. Goodbye to my certainties. Welcome, doubts that impose on me never again to consider anything true or false. In short, I got back to the foundations of scientific method.
Mistiaen writes about his experience attending Haramein’s lecture in Europe and goes into detail regarding Haramein’s revolutionary approach to Unified Physics through his latest peer reviewed and published paper “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass.” This article is a must read from the unique insight of a European educated engineer. You will read Marc’s account as he goes from critical minded skeptic into a deeper exploration of Unified Physics, which made him question the very basis of “accepted” physics itself.