Month: January 2013

Is our Universe a Giant Nervous System?

The self-similarity is evident everywhere. Our Universe seems to be a giant nervous system. I recommend to read the entries in the Electric-Universe-Forum for further understanding of how our universe works. Indeed it is not like mainstream believe, that it is made up of smaller and smaller particles. But it behaves like consciousness itself, it …

Electric Wind

The average annual wind speed on Earth is approximately 56 kilometers per hour, on other planets like Neptun it is 1138 kilometers per hour. It is commonly believed that weather is driven on Earth primarily by the Sun’s thermal influence on the atmosphere. When any particular region heats up, the air expands and loses density, …

Pseudoskepticism

In 1987 Marcello Truzzi revived the term specifically for arguments which use scientific-sounding language to disparage or refute given beliefs, theories, or claims, but which in fact fail to follow the precepts of conventional scientific skepticism. He argued that scientific skepticism is agnostic to new ideas, making no claims about them but waiting for them …