- uploaded: Feb 16, 2013
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Host: George Noory
Guests: Rudy Schild
Research scientist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Dr. Rudy Schild discussed the connection between Dark Energy, black holes and wormholes and phenomena such as telepathy, near death encounters (NDEs), ghosts, and astrology.
New discoveries with ground-based and space telescopes are leading to a less mechanistic view of the universe. He's concluded that black holes have properties that allow them to resonate with the entire universe, creating a kind of massive information system that relates to our existence on Earth.
A friend and colleague of the late John Mack, Schild became aware of alien abduction research through him, and later he connected this phenomenon with NDEs, ghosts, and other anomalous reports.
Telepathy, which is typically done best by children, may be associated with higher brain frequencies and facilitated through Dark Energy, he said. Schild also commented he couldn't rule out the validity of astrology based on new findings about Dark Energy-- the magnetic field or subspace of various planetary alignments could "assist or retard some kinds of information."
Dr. Rudy Schild has followed a research career, based upon observations of quasars from mountaintop observatories and spacecraft data. His observations lead him to conclude that the black hole objects dominating quasars must be magnetically dominated and so have unexpected properties that allow them to resonate with the entire universe. Combining this with the independent discovery of Dark Energy leads Dr. Schild to conclude that black holes and wormholes endow the universe with a new information system that we have always known from diverse human experiences. Thus we are learning the mysterious technology fundamental to astrology, near-death experiences, telepathy, empathetic communication with animals, and perhaps UFO technology.
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Rudolph E. Schild, PhD is an astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, who has been active since the mid-60s. He has authored or contributed to over 250 papers, of which 150 are in refereed journals. He was born on Jan 10 1940 and is married to mezzo soprano Jane Struss, who teaches voice at Longy School of Music.
Schild is a proponent of "magnetospheric eternally collapsing objects" (MECOs), an alternative to black holes. These results are often published in Journal of Cosmology, an astronomy journal edited by Schild himself, while his other research is published in mainstream astronomy journals such as MNRAS and the Astronomical Journal.