Is it possible that the universe began with no initial mass at all?

The materialist believes that everything which exist is particles, matter, atoms, electron, small billiard balls which interact with each other … and nothing else. They believe in a deterministic universe, where free will is a illusion, consciousness is only an epiphenomena of brain chemistry, nonlocality is a mathematical failure to explain physical reality because of …

The sun is a electromagnet

A major tenet of Electric Universe theory is that electrical currents flowing through the conductive medium of plasma induce powerful magnetic fields at all scales throughout the cosmos. Of course, on our own Earth, the Norwegian experimentalist Kristian Birkeland postulated more than a century ago that electrical current systems produce Earth’s auroras, a thesis confirmed …

Science Cannot Crack Consciousness

Some mind-ponderers, notably philosopher Colin McGinn, argue that consciousness is unsolvable. Philosopher Owen Flanagan calls these pessimists “mysterians,” after the 60’s-era rock group “Question Mark and the Mysterians.” Recently, physicist Edward Witten came out as a mysterian. Witten is regarded with awe by his fellow physicists, some of whom have compared him to Einstein and …

The Fight against Disease Mongering

Disease mongering turns healthy people into patients, wastes precious resources, and causes iatrogenic harm. Like the marketing strategies that drive it, disease mongering poses a global challenge to those interested in public health, demanding in turn a global response. What Is Disease Mongering? The problem of disease mongering is attracting increasing attention, though an adequate …

The spiritual being that produces the disease

Spirit … this words denotes immaterial, something like a breath (from latin spiritus), non-corporeal, and it is often used metaphysically to refer to the consciousness or personality. If you believe that there is no spirit, that matter is all what exist, that even radiation is a kind of matter (massless particles), then you are a …

Historical thinking

Historical thinking is defined by many education resources as a set of reasoning skills that students of history should learn as a result of studying history. Sometimes called historical reasoning skills, historical thinking skills are frequently described in contrast to history content such as names, dates, and places. This dichotomous presentation is often misinterpreted as …