How the hope for eternal life shapes the scientific world view

Some scientists claims that our sun will one day finally burn up his fuel and end up as a red giant. If it would be bigger, than it would at it’s end implode to a black hole after it explodes as a supernova. The entire universe will end in a entropic soup, where no useful information will exist. Humanity will be already extinguished many billions of years before this happens.


What a dark scenario.

But is it true or plausible?

A materialist is someone who limits his own view and understanding to a world view where the particle is the base of everything. This world is governed by materialistic people, so don’t expect that you will learn something different in school or university. This kind of limit is protected like a real territory. Aggressive behavior is common for dogmatic people. Open minded scientists knows too well that if you question their world view it could mean that you loose your job sooner or later. It is like materialist expect to die and they want all other people to think and act like them.

The way one approach science changes dramatically if one believe in a eternal life. And this means that one don’t even need to change the typical methodology of science. What changes is the degree of humility. More humility leads to a higher level of awareness. Both are related. Without humility one has the tendency to ignore deliberately certain facts and key points in understanding how our universe works.

For example where is our mind? Inside the brain? If this would be true, then we would have a huge limit for what we could learn during an eternal life. Even if someone claims that our brain is capable of storing billions of books, it would be still a limit without a doubt.
But if our brain would be inside our mind!?!?
Ah we now touch a radical new paradigm known as idealism, where the mind is the base of everything, or better, the spirit, the immaterial and not the particle. This kind of world view change our awareness also. We begin to question how it is possible that we can recognize a picture of a dog if it is only formed by black dots on white background. And then some pieces of puzzles forms a bigger picture, like the morphic fields. A field in science is mostly immaterial, like electromagnetic fields. And search for some typical patterns in science, especially in cosmology, then you will learn a very strange pattern: Electromagnetism is not considered the strongest force in cosmology, it is even ignored as such, despite all evidence and mathematic proofs. WHY?


Whatever leads towards idealism and the fact that humans was created for eternal life will be hindered by materialistic scientists. Such a knowledge is pure poison for the materialistic world view.

There are so many proofs that our mind is a field phenomenon, nonlocal, that it should be commonly accepted. Despite the proofs only few scientists changed their world view.

It seems that a world view is like a old suit. We are used to it like we are used to our current lifestyle. Changing a paradigm means to change our lifestyle. A eternal life means that we need really to love our neighbor, because else we could not continue to live with a bad conscience. All this wars in this world, all badness, corruption, crimes, lies, propaganda and so on would stop immediately if a new paradigm based on idealism would be introduced in all minds. How could this happen? Well our mind seems to be really a electromagnetic field. It expands outside our brain and outside of our body, intermixing with other electromagnetic fields, till it reaches the core of our earth and the boundaries of the magnetosphere. What if a greater mind than that of a human would decide to come a little bit closer and intermix his mind with that of our solar system?

Just to accept a little key insight like that the electromagnetism is the strongest force in cosmology would change a entire world view. What if our sun is not a fusion generator, but a accumulator of cosmic energy? What if it would not burn up it’s fuel?

See also:
Electromagnetic theories of consciousness

Is Consciousness More than the Brain?

No truly coherent cosmology can fail to address human consciousness. As Wal Thornhill has written, “A real cosmology must be a broad and coherent natural philosophy. It may always be incomplete, based on our limitations, but to be valid there can be no exceptions in our experience. In particular, cosmology must address issues of life and the human condition. Therefore it must be a truly interdisciplinary pursuit.”

Today, perhaps the ultimate unsolved mystery of human life is: how and why does consciousness exist? Although some scientific literature still acknowledges that the question remains open, the overwhelming consensus among neuroscientists today is that the brain alone creates conscious experience. However, for decades, acclaimed scientists around the world have conducted research into consciousness that provides a very different picture. One of the most remarkable of these researchers is Dr. Gary Schwartz, professor of psychology, medicine, neurology, psychiatry and surgery at the University of Arizona and director of its Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health. We asked Dr. Gary Schwartz for his thoughts on the mystery of consciousness.

See also:
Planetary Consciousness
Out of Body Experiences
Robert Lanza on theory of Biocentrism
Science Set Free

Electric Sparks Shape Lunar Surface

According to a recent paper, scientists are now exploring whether so-called “electrical sparking may occur on the moon, altering the lunar soil. The scientists have developed computer models to explore how strong electric fields might accumulate in permanently shadowed regions on the moon, creating electrical sparking that fragments soil grains. Wal Thornhill offers a brief overview of the evidence of vastly greater, high-scale electrical discharge events that shaped the lunar surface.

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See also:
Lies My Teacher Told Me
The Electric Universe

AIDS can be cured

Shocking un-cut footage from Brent Leung’s documentary “House of Numbers” reveals truth about AIDS as told by Dr. Luc Montagnier. AIDS can be reversed. Nutrition is the answer. Hear it straight from the co-discoverer of HIV.

There is no profit in nutrition

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Propaganda War – Manipulating the Collective Consciousness
Evidence of Design – DNA
The Biggest Error Ever Made in the Name of Science

Giant Light Bulbs in Space

For more than four years, NASA scientists has puzzled over mysterious structures in the Milky Way galaxy called Fermi Bubbles. The so-called bubbles reach for ten of thousands of light years above and below the galaxy. Both the structures enormous size and their emissions are presenting huge theoretical puzzles for astrophysicists. Dr. Tom Wilson discusses what plasma cosmology and the Electric Universe tell us about these phenomena.

See also:
The Biggest Error Ever Made in the Name of Science
Gamma-Ray Burst Shatters Old Theories

Mysterious Saturn


How is it possible that a cloud forms a hexagonal shape, so big that 4 planets of the size of our earth could fit in, and that it persist for decades or even more?

The only plausible answer I read is that there are huge electromagnetic fields at work, which would explain also the “energy crisis” problem of that planet. Yes there is another mystery. This planet radiates more energy into space than it receives from the Sun.


So maybe Saturn receives it’s energy like a huge parabolic antenna, by concentrating cosmic radiation in it’s core. This mysteries cannot be solved by a materialistic science with a inherent tendency to simplify things or to adhere to the method of reductionism. We need here another kind of science, open to new theories and maybe a new axiom. If all planets acts like antennas, then what kind of broadcast are they receiving?

See also:
Saturn on Wikipedia
Our Conscious Mind Could Be An Electromagnetic Field
Conspiracy of Science – Earth is in fact growing

Backster effect

Grover Cleveland “Cleve” Backster, Jr. (February 27, 1924 – June 24, 2013) was an interrogation specialist for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), best known for his experiments with plants using a polygraph instrument in the 1960s which led to his theory of “primary perception” where he claimed that plants “feel pain” and have extrasensory perception (ESP).


Backster’s study of plants began in the 1960s, and he reported observing that a polygraph instrument attached to a plant leaf registered a change in electrical resistance when the plant was harmed or even threatened with harm. His work was inspired by the research of physicist Jagadish Chandra Bose, who claimed to have discovered that playing certain kinds of music in the area where plants grew caused them to grow faster. Bose used a crescograph to measure plant response to various stimuli and demonstrated feeling in plants. From the analysis of the variation of the cell membrane potential of plants under different circumstances, he hypothesized that plants can “feel pain, understand affection etc” and wrote two books about it in 1902 and 1926.

American inventor Leonarde Keeler (1903-1949) testing his lie-detector on Dr. Kohler, a former witness for the prosecution at the trial of Bruno Hauptmann.

In February 1966, Backster attached polygraph electrodes to a Dracaena cane plant, to measure at first the time taken for water to reach the leaves. The electrodes are used to measure galvanic skin response and the plant showed readings which resembled that of a human. This made Backster try different scenarios, and the readings went off the chart when he burnt the leaf, because according to him, the plant registered a stress response to his thoughts of harming it. He conducted another similar experiment where he observed a plant’s response to the death of a brine shrimp in another room; his results convinced him that plants demonstrated telepathic awareness. He argued that plants perceived human intentions, and as he began to investigate further, he also reported finding that other human thoughts and emotions caused reactions in plants, which could be recorded by a polygraph instrument. He termed the plants’ sensitivity to thoughts “Primary Perception“, and published his findings from the experiments in the International Journal of Parapsychology in 1968. Soviet scientists invited Backster to the first Psychotronic Association conference in Prague in 1973 and his paper was entitled “Evidence of Primary Perception at a Cellular Level in Plant and Animal Life“. After 1973, he further experimented on yogurt bacteria, eggs and human sperm and he claimed his results showed “primary perception” could be measured in all living things.

See also:
What Plants Talk About
The Intelligence of Plants
Planetary Consciousness

World Trade Center controlled demolition conspiracy theories

World Trade Center controlled demolition conspiracy theories contend that the collapse of the World Trade Center was not caused by the airliner crash damage that occurred as part of the September 11, 2001 attacks, and the resulting fire damage, but by explosives installed in the buildings in advance. Early advocates such as physicist Steven E. Jones, architect Richard Gage, software engineer Jim Hoffman, and theologian David Ray Griffin, argued that the aircraft impacts and resulting fires could not have weakened the buildings sufficiently to initiate a catastrophic collapse, and that the buildings would not have collapsed completely, nor at the speeds that they did, without additional energy involved to weaken their structures.


Physicist Steven E. Jones, among others, points to many descriptions by individuals working on the WTC rubble pile suggesting the presence of molten steel in the pile and a stream of molten metal that poured out of the South Tower before it collapsed as evidence of temperatures beyond those produced by the fire. Jones has argued that the molten metal may have been elemental iron, a product of a thermite reaction. Jones and other researchers analyzed samples of dust from the World Trade Center buildings and reported their findings for evidence of nano-thermite in the dust. Jones informed NIST of his findings and NIST responded that there was no “clear chain of custody” proving that the dust indeed came from the WTC site. Jones invited NIST to conduct its own studies with dust under custody of NIST itself, but NIST has not done so.

Members of the group Scholars for 9/11 Truth have collected eyewitness accounts of flashes and loud explosions immediately before the fall. Eyewitnesses have repeatedly reported of explosions happening before the collapse of the WTC towers, and the organization “International Center for 9/11 Studies” has published videos obtained from NIST, together with indications about when such explosions could be heard.

7 World Trade Center
Proponents of World Trade Center controlled demolition theories allege that 7 World Trade Center—a 47-story skyscraper that stood across Vesey Street north of the main part of the World Trade Center site—was intentionally destroyed with explosives. Unlike the Twin Towers, 7 World Trade Center was not hit by a plane.


Some proponents of World Trade Center controlled demolition theories suggest that 7 WTC was demolished because it may have served as an operational center for the demolition of the Twin Towers, while others suggest that government insiders may have wanted to destroy key files held in the building pertaining to corporate fraud. The WTC buildings housed dozens of federal, state and local government agencies.

See also:
Inside Job

Martian Geology Continues to Baffle Scientists

The official geological history of the planet Mars is a confused and murky tale filled with contradictions and shifting narratives. Astonishing scientific data obtained in the last decade has only deepened the storyteller’s confusion. At the recent 8th International Conference on Mars, leading scientists discussed the possible solutions to the puzzles. The recent journal Nature outlined some of the problems facing Mars investigators.

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Morphic resonance fields infuriate materialists