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No, the expansion of the universe in the fourth dimension is what we call time. The Lorentz-Fitzgerald equation relating mass and time when velocity is close to that of light seem to confirm that. Of course, I could be missing something.

I thought Einstein said that SpaceTime merges into TimeSpace.

timespace, spacetime, equations velocities, mass, time, etc.

I spent a lot of time on research into theoretical quantum physics and philosophy. Not sure either gave me much as far as knowledge about life after death, meaning of life or purpose of life.

Philosophy lots of profound questions few if any answers.

Physics lots of unanswered questions and funny stuff going on at a micro level that frazzles the mind of the greatest of scientists.

Oh the discoveries yet to be realized by the human mind.

We see what percent of reality? Like 6 per cent?

I suspect some day someone will figure out that the theory of everything equation equals one. Now this is not a putdown of physics or philosophy just a couple of comments about William’s involvement with both.

Don't refer to yourself in the third person William it makes you sound like Victor Zammit.

Physics doesn't need to be logical, it needs to match with experiment.
There are an infinite number of truths that are true if and only if they cannot be proved true.
We don't need a new dimension for consciousness, we just have to recognize existence.

I think any reference to Victor Zammit should be blocked out on this blog, but thats just cause I hate him quite a lot. lol

Anyway most of things Beichler talks about go wooooooooosh right over my head but thats cause I am not smart when it comes to Physics.

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"So tragically, the tremendous work done in the effort to prove the existence of the ether by Fitzgerald and Lorentz and Maxwell was *by enlarge* ignored."

Mr Fiore, you need to change that to "by and large" (Page 14 of The Undiscovered Error.

Mr Fiore, you need to change that to "by and large" (Page 14 of The Undiscovered Error).

Well, it looks like at least one error has not gone undiscovered!

:)

“Don't refer to yourself in the third person William it makes you sound like Victor Zammit.”

Victor zammit is providing his special contribution to society. It may not be to some peoples taste but every soul is part of the whole therefore every soul contributes to the whole. I am actually on his mailing list and find some of his articles interesting and informative. This is easy to state but difficult to do yes even for William but try to look past the personality and find the underlying reality in that soul expressing itself. Sorry about the third person thing again but my idea of humor or rebel take your pick.

“I think any reference to Victor Zammit should be blocked out on this blog, but thats just cause I hate him quite a lot. Lol”

He does seem to arouse emotions in some people. He apparently has sit in on many materializations and it appears hard for him to have people question his integrity. Materializations are very difficult for people to accept. I met a person once that witnessed a materialization and still could not accept it. I think we have one person that blogs on here that has witnessed materializations.

“We don't need a new dimension for consciousness, we just have to recognize existence.”

Or is it awareness we need to recognize as the ultimate reality?

I have similar sentiments, William. Zammit may not be perfect, but then who is? He's done a good job of bringing evidence for the afterlife to people's attention.

Or should that be 'The Major has similar sentiments, William'?

"Or should that be 'The Major has similar sentiments, William'?"

my original third person statement was meant to be humor. I have been told many times my humor is very dry.

unless I am mistaken I think victor zammit no longer refers to himself in the the third person.

I have found once we get caught up in any system of beliefs we tend to protect those beliefs at all costs.

Some people will even fly thru tall buildings to protect their cherished beliefs and yell god is great while they are doing it.

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