Category Archives: Science and Technology

Analyzing the material universe; measuring maya

Pseudoscience and Pseudo-Reality

I have to say, in all honesty, that if my work is an example of pseudoscience, then modern science is an example of pseudo-reality…. Continue reading

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A New, Hybrid Science Will Soon Emerge

Modern science is like that old ’86 Honda in the garage… either due for a complete overhaul or ready to be replaced with a hybrid. It’ll probably have to be replaced, as I explain in this article… Continue reading

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Fixing America (10): Marching Toward the End Time

My research suggests we’re approaching the end of the Second Epoch… and it won’t be the first time humanity has experienced an “end time.”… Conditions on Earth today are destabilizing quickly when you consider geography, morality, politics and, I’m sure, various other gauges… all of which suggest that we may indeed be on the threshold of the next end time. Continue reading

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New Science Will Soon Explore Beyond Duality, Beyond the Material

In reality, there’s no such thing as evil or dark or cold or satan. They’re just the absence of good or light or heat or god, respectively…. Continue reading

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Blood Moon Coming Soon

Tuesday, April 15, 2014: Full lunar eclipse and ‘blood moon’… Continue reading

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They Just Don’t Get It – 2014 Q1

A quarterly roundup of news, first quarter 2014 Continue reading

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Protecting Earth from the Wrath of Marduk

Last fall a contingent of astronauts and cosmonauts visited the United Nations in New York to urge international collaboration in setting up a defense system to protect Earth from getting struck by asteroids… shrapnel from an explosion, some 4 billion years ago, of a planet called Marduk. The fact that the Babylonians had a god of the same name was probably not mere coincidence…. Continue reading

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Notable News of 2013

Here are some of the news stories that jumped out at me this year, along with lots of links to great articles… and a few reflections of my own…. Continue reading

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Global Warming and Shifting Poles

If the polar ice caps begin to melt, I figured, the planet will start to wobble… maybe to the point of turning on its axis… like a top that falls down near the end of its spin. Now science has found evidence that the process could be starting, thanks to global warming. The north and south poles have been drifting since 2006…. Continue reading

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The Worst of the Worst: Nonfunctioning Alcoholism

Nonfunctioning alcoholics can’t hold down a job or keep a marriage together and they alienate friends. They may get into fights, wreck cars, interfere with other people’s lives, pass out on the floor. As “easy targets,” they lose everything over time, and through it all, they’re unaware of their situation. They think they’re doing okay in life and it’s the people around them who have the problems. They’re ostracized by society, eventually becoming homeless, indigent, derelict…. Continue reading

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