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Power - Part 1

Posted on 2013.04.09 at 12:13


bobby1933 at 2013-04-09 18:48 (UTC) (Lien)

Space and time

Most of this is beyond my ken.
It all seems quite reasonable given all we know we don't know about the source and nature of things.
My question is: do we want to do this? and why?
Given the mess we have made so far of the limited piece of the universe within our purview, i don't think we should go farting around in the rest of it,
where hypotheses come to die
madman101 at 2013-04-09 22:47 (UTC) (Lien)

Re: Space and time

I think you are very right to be concerned. This research is already occurring quietly but quickly on several fronts. And this is only the research which is published for public review. I am quite sure a great deal more has been done off-budget, off-record, in a black box by the military industrial complex and its corporate gangs. I fact, it is possible they have made big advances in anti-gravity propulsion and so on. And so, as usual, we the public have struck up no conversation as to the dangers, the regulations needed, concerning such research. This is the real danger. We always wait for disasters, when some particular megacorps has made off with $billions, and the Earth is further eating the unfortunate consequences.

However, research into quantum entanglement, or superluminal information transfer, does show revolutionary promise in many ways. Foremost, it would REQUIRE us to completely rewrite our understanding of the laws of nature, to incorporate what are presently called the paranormal and the spiritual. That brings a great responsibility for a mature civilisation. Hopefully, if we should survive the impending extinctions here on Earth, this struggle will force us to grow up, and then we will be more mature,and ready for the scientific and philosophical - and energy - advances. Unfortunately, I am not optimistic about us pulling through. However, I do see our present environmental threats as being a far greater and more urgent crisis that I do this research, and so, as it goes with humans, there may be an imperitive to proceed with the research as a potential source of solutions to today's quickly worsening problems. But, as I said before, we desperately need considerations and regulations put into place right now. That would include disallowing patents by particular coporations - but to instead put it all in the public domain, much as we did w/ Antarctica, or as was the internet once. I do sympathise and resonate greatly with your concerns. One reason I do work on my own philosophy is to help pave the way to dealing with these inevitable developments.
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