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  1. #1 Am I alone in a false Universe 
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    Hi people,

    I need some help with understanding why it seems everyone is blind. From where I observe science has not replaced Religion in trying to explain the universe, it’s the same thing.

    I am not a scientist, physicist or even a student at a university, I am however an inhabitant of this planet Earth with billions of other people yet am I alone?

    Cosmology is the discourse of science fiction, we base our idea of the universe on a subjective view of a few percent of observable space. We praise science for lifting the vale of ignorance and revealing the truth, while in fact science has unwittingly become a super religion, the mother of all strict doctrines of thought.

    You must excuse my passion as this is the first time I have shared my views. Its very hard when one is for arguments sake an average person living a life. I look around day to day and no one seems to see what I see, from the governments of the world down to the person in the street.

    To cut a long story short is there anyone out there who can tell me that I am not alone and that you are on the case and the situation is under control because I am not convinced and that’s a bad result for every living thing on the planet.

    We have become stuck in the mathematics emanating from E=mc2. This does not reflect the true nature of the Universe. We are not separate or alone or even isolated by the imaginary distances of so called light years but that’s another story and it’s a pity we cannot bask in this beauty before it subjectively disappears .

    I could go off on so many tangents but I am now way to impatient. It all comes down to this, the Sun. A nuclear reactor burning itself to a magnificent death is a completely false view of the Sun. The Sun’s energy does not come from within itself instead it is sourced from outside and to understand this is to understand the true nature of the universe. At least lately I have noticed this view being touch on by science however still missing the essence of the matter.

    The “magnetic” fields so to speak have changed, cannot anyone else physically feel this. The Sun has changed and the Earth has changed and this change which was once subtle has recently switch gears and accelerated big time. All one has to do to even see it as opposed to sensing the change is look around because it manifests the change in all levels of literally everything.

    Call me whatever you like I do not care but I would appreciate any blueprints on how to build a self sustaining house deep underground.

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    In the circuitous haze of my mind
    What the hell are you talking about?

    Of all the wonders in the universe, none is likely more fascinating and complicated than human nature.

    "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe."

    "Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocrities. The latter cannot understand it when a man does not thoughtlessly submit to hereditary prejudices but honestly and courageously uses his intelligence"


    Use your computing strength for science!
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    WYSIWYG Moderator marnixR's Avatar
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    you're right : you're on your own, this forum is a figment of your imagination and you're talking to yourself
    "Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away." (Philip K. Dick)
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    off to the philosophy discussion with this garbage
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