The Universe Solved


Food for Thought...

Geoffrey Chew, Dean of Physics at the University of California, Berkeley, has developed a hypothesis which assers that all physical particles, laws, and equations are nothing more than a web of interrelations, that are ultimately just properties of the collecttive human mind.

Cosmologist Max Tegmark estimates that there should be 1010^118 total universes, which is an impossible to imagine number. Perhaps even more strange, it turns out that most physicists actually believe this
Psychologists Brian Weiss, Bruce Goldberg, and Erik Fisher have all stumbled upon patients who regresssed to previous lives during treatment, accompanied by strong corroborating evidence.
IQOQI, the Austrian Academy of Sciences Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, has experimentally determined that objective reality does not exist to a certainty of 1 in 80 orders of magnitude. In other words, their experimental margin of error is 1 in 100000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000.
It has been calculated that the mass density of the universe at one second after the big bang had to be so perfectly tuned that any deviation of .0000000000001% would have either caused the universe to have collapsed by now or expanded so quickly that galaxies, stars, and life could never have formed.
String theorists believe that our world consists of 11 dimensions. Physicist Johann Dirichlet proposes a model of D-branes which can account for this in our observable reality.
By some estimates, 150 million people have been witness to UFO sightings, including Apollo astronauts, military pilots, and ex-US Presidents. A CNN poll has revealed that 80% of Americans think that the government is hiding knowledge of the existence of ETs.
Quantum Mechanics has shown that particles can simultaneously exist on both sides of an impenetrable barrier.
Several recent studies have determined that the expansion of the universe is actually accelerating instead of slowing down - as if something from the outside of the universe is pulling it apart.
Computer Scientist J. Storrs Hall has identified the nanotech concept of a “utility fog,” a swarm of nanobots which under programmed control, can instantly create a brick wall out of thin air. Some futurists see this as inevitable this century.
Stanford physicist Andre Linde theorized that it is likely that the universe expands in a fractal manner, with bubbles of inflation sprouting other bubbles of inflation, each one being a new “big bang.”
Scientific studies have demonstrated the existence of telepathic abilities to a certainty of 75 million to one.
This century, expect computers to surpass humans in all forms of intelligence, to absorb all human-generated knowledge from the Internet, and to corner the market on creating software and systems.
According to some physicists, the amount of quantum energy contained within the vacuum of a light bulb is enough to boil the world's oceans.
Research by a prominent Stanford scientist demonstrates that consciousness lies not in the brain, but external to the human body.
An estimated 50 million people have had out of body experiences (OBEs).