Thursday, 10 November 2016

We do not exist in other Parallel universes

There are many Parallel universes or as I like to call them Time-Lines that occupy the same position as ours. Why I don't like using the term Parallel universe is because I think that this universe we occupy extends forever. Even though we can only see a small portion of it at the present time, it is not limited by our perception of it. If one keeps moving outwards, one will keep doing so for eternity even if one were to travel at the speed of light, one will never come back to the position from whence one started.

Your body is a 3D interface

Your body is a 3D interface of your identity. The Identity exists on another plane of abstraction beyond the body. It is what many have called a soul. Your body represents information from your identity with physical conglomerations of atoms.

Saturday, 5 November 2016

Self-Learning is the future of Education

With AI looming in the background as a major threat to traditional jobs worldwide, speedily acquiring skills to build a personal portfolio of knowledge will the major way people learn stuff in the future.

Wednesday, 2 November 2016

The seeding of life on earth (extracted from The Twelfth Planet by Zacharia Sitchin)

Writing in the scientific magazine Icarus (September 1973), Nobel Prize winner Francis Crick and Dr. Leslie Orgel advanced the theory that "life on Earth may have sprung from tiny organisms from a distant planet." They launched their studies out of the known uneasiness among scientists over current theories of the origins of life on Earth. Why is there only one genetic code for all terrestrial life? If life started in a primeval "soup," as most biologists believe, organisms with a variety of genetic codes should have developed. Also, why does the element molybdenum play a key role in enzymatic reactions that are essential to life, when molybdenum is a very rare element? Why are elements that are more abundant on Earth, such as chromium or nickel, so unimportant in bio-chemical reactions? The bizarre theory offered by Crick and Orgel was not only that all life on Earth may have sprung from an organism from another planet but that such "seeding" was deliberate - that intelligent beings from another planet launched the "seed of life" from their planet to Earth in a spaceship, for the express purpose of starting the life chain on Earth.

Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Overcoming the Plateau

In whatever endeavor, you undertake, you will always hit the plateau. The plateau is that state where you feel like you are no longer making progress with whatever process you had started undertaking in the first place.