Young Ionel Dinu (b. 1972) from Romania is a most remarkable thinker. He holds a Master's degree in physics. But his work already has the maturity of a deep, seasoned original thinker. About his work he says:
" Aether is that missing chapter in our book of natural philosophy which can lead us to understanding physical phenomena to a degree of completeness and consistency never dreamt of by human civilization."
its the fifth element isnt it,but its not exactly air,i kinda see it like "prana"ki,or chi.even nothing is something.thank you too.i find the hermetic philosophy some of which i have studied to be very much the progenitor of quantum physics,except it predates it by about 4300 years,and i wouldnt be surprised if a good portion of the last several hundred years of breakthroughts in physics,chemistry,and mathematics,were due to the leaders in there field having access to hermetic philosophy,im pretty sure of it really.will check link in moment,ta
with the power of you,anything that you wanna do
silverlite wrote:freeyourmindnow what do you think? I'm watching it again for the 2nd time! Some really interesting things in this movie!
she has definitely interesting stuff to tell, based on scientific data, so this is one of the best videos out there about whats really going on.
And thanks to Silverlite for giving it it's own thread.
Gonna watch now.
We gather knowledge faster than we gather wisdom. - William Bell
Rather than staying in denial, living in the past, we should come together and face the challenges ahead.
they say don't forget the past or you'll repeat it.
look where that's gotten us.
fuck the past.
it's not about the past,it's about change.
we're 'stuck' in the past and as long as we are,we cannot create anything new.
This is a first in some 15+yrs of research by me, I have finally realized all the ridicule was correct ;)
Good read Silverlite, n1
silverlite wrote:you guys really want to know whats going on?
http://collegerama.tudelft.nl/mediasite ... c0c7d1e61d
guys check this one out, she has something interesting to say. she connect the dots very well.
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