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80% of Universe’s Light “Missing”

In the 19th century, scientists were working under the presumption that the universe was stable and, for practical purposes, infinite in all directions.  They believed matter moved through a field that gave it form.  They called this field an aether. Then Einstein came along and discovered a way to calculate relativistic mechanics without the need…

QEG Quantum Free Energy Produced – The Implications

This is the second to last step before a self-running unit is completed. In the video below, you’ll see the UK team test the conversion of VAR power (virtual power) into actual power, with a light bank acting as a load on the system. A looped system that powers itself is probably only a few…

Why It’s Impossible For Reductive Materialism To Fully Explain The Universe

It is generally accepted that reductive materialism is the only acceptable philosophy for a scientist to hold.  It’s a form of physicalism that treats the entire universe as if everything is physical.  To quote wiki, “It asserts that mental events can be grouped into types, and can then be correlated with types of physical events in the brain.” This type of philosophy…

PayPal Shutsdown ProtonMail’s Crowdfunding Account

ProtonMail is working on a new email protocol/service that will provide end-to-end encryption of emails in a way that makes it impossible for the NSA to mass-spy on.  Because of this, PayPal has decided to freeze the quarter of a million dollars of project donations, and will not return it to ProtonMail unless ProtonMail hands them proof of…

Religion Test For Nerds

Do you believe material systems can display strongly emergent properties? Do you believe some matter exists that cannot be detected optically or by other electromagnetic means? Do you believe, in some areas of the universe, stable matter exists that violates the island of stability in nuclear chemistry? Do you believe infinitely dense point-mass particles exist,…

What Matters?

Things are the end result of that which matters. Things do not matter, they are the product of that which matters. That which matters is nothing. That which matters is no thing. The process of mattering is all that matters. Matter comes from no thing. No thing is the basis of mattering. Matter is a…