For a long time, people thought our solar system revolved around the Earth. Copernicus (or Galileo to some) came around and proved the planets revolved around our Sun.

Models are important - they are the perspective of an individual's perception of any given event. Models are always biased, but the objective should be to choose a model with the least bias possible.

How is this achieved?

Scrutinize opposing aspects, think critically, and have an open mind.

"All Truth passes through three stages: First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as self-evident."

- Arthur Schopenhauer

Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn't.

- Mark Twain

These opinions below may be my own or may belong to the authors whom I reference. They are posted for the benefit of mankind, so that we may collectively achieve a common ground and transition into a new golden era as seamlessly as possible.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Project Camelot Interviews Keshe - Iranian Physicist

Steven Hawking took Keshe's work.

Repost from Kerry Cassidy's blog


This discussion hosted by Kerry Cassidy includes Matt Pulver, who is currently working with Paul La Violette, has a background in physics and is also now working with Project Camelot on a new site: Blue Science Coming Soon!

This is a very timely discussion with  MT Keshe is now in Belgium working on plasma physics, space technologies and other alternative energy technology.

..."man made propulsion technology has become the story of the past." --M.T.Keshe

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