Month: June 2015

Local Space – Nonlocal Time

Space is local. Time is nonlocal. Space contains energy and matter. Time contains probability and potential. Space can be observed directly, it contains structure. Inside it particles have a direction, a vector, a position (x,y,z) and a relation towards other particles regarding energy and physical attraction or repulsion. Time cannot be observed directly, only it’s …

The Reproducibility of the Wolfgang Pauli Effect

How stable is our macroscopic world? New world views emerges from the deep collective subconsciousness and appears here and there as theories like monistic idealism. Matter is based on mind and not the other way around. So we know today with 100% certainty that atomic processes are unstable if we direct our attention to them. …

Droplets and bubbles forming patterns in water

There two phenomenons which I observed with water: One is the well known steam pattern on the surface of hot tea or coffee, which seems to be very dynamic. It builds up and suddenly millions of droplets disappears collectively. This is a kind of electrostatic force which lets the droplets levitate over the surface and …

Electric Sun/Earth Connection Confirmed (Again)

In the previous Space News, physicist Wal Thornhill discussed the recent report that giant filamentary networks pervade the Milky Way galaxy, and these filaments are “closely linked to the formation of stars.” We now turn our attention to our own celestial neighborhood, and the electrical connection between the Earth and the Sun. An Australian undergraduate …

Quantum Zeno Effect and the Burning Bush

What has a paradox of an old Greek to do with the burning bush that Moses saw in the desert? First let’s see in what this Zeno paradox consist of. There are two versions of the Zeno’s paradox, the “Achilles and the tortoise” and the “The dichotomy paradox”. Both describes that “all is one” and …

Water – The Leidenfrost Maze

The Leidenfrost Maze was designed and built by University of Bath undergraduate students Carmen Cheng and Matthew Guy to demonstrate the self-propulsion of Leidenfrost droplets at public outreach events and schools. The video was created by Carmen Cheng as part of her undergraduate project. See also: – GERALD POLLACK: Electrically Structured Water – AcquaPhi – …

Electric Star Formation Confirmed

Scientists using the Herschel space observatory have observed in unprecedented detail filamentary structures throughout the Milky Way galaxy. A recent phys.org report states, “…ESA’s Herschel space observatory has been a true game changer….One of the key aspects that emerged from these observations is the presence of a filamentary network nearly everywhere in our Galaxy’s interstellar …