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Re: ISON

Posted: Sat Jan 11, 2014 7:26 pm
by soldierhugsmember
Watch out!
False flag looming!

http://www.activistpost.com/2014/01/nas ... ly-to.html
NASA Announces Incoming CME Likely to Cause a Geomagnetic Storm

Re: ISON

Posted: Sat Jan 11, 2014 10:00 pm
by Lozion
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Re: ISON

Posted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 1:21 pm
by Lozion
Giarc wrote:I found Nassim Haramein's "Black Whole" extraordinary. I purchased it back in 2011. And, although, I feel somewhat like a hypocrite for sharing this link (piracy), someone uploaded it onto Vimeo. Here it is if anyone's interested:

http://vimeo.com/51309681

He also has a new abstract:

http://resonance.is/wp-content/uploads/ ... RI3363.pdf

I find him very humble and exceedingly intelligent.

Just watched the video and found it very interesting. Haramein is good at vulgarising concepts and making them palatable to the neophyte. I'm curious to hear what daniel thinks and how the black (w)hole relates to Larson's reciprocal system.

Re: ISON

Posted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 8:23 pm
by daniel
Lozion wrote:Just watched the video and found it very interesting. Haramein is good at vulgarising concepts and making them palatable to the neophyte. I'm curious to hear what daniel thinks and how the black (w)hole relates to Larson's reciprocal system.
There are no "black holes" in the Reciprocal System, nor "dark matter" or "dark energy" or "white holes" or "wormholes"... the RS is based on the "whole," not the "hole."

Just read Larson's paper on Astronomical X-ray sources, which are "black dwarfs" (stars exploding in 3D time) that have been misidentified as "black holes," and will eventually cool down and join the main sequence.

Haramein appears to be a pretty sharp guy; shame that he was taught everything inside-out, upside-down and backwards!

Re: ISON

Posted: Tue Jan 14, 2014 12:50 pm
by Lozion
daniel wrote:
There are no "black holes" in the Reciprocal System, nor "dark matter" or "dark energy" or "white holes" or "wormholes"... the RS is based on the "whole," not the "hole."

Just read Larson's paper on Astronomical X-ray sources, which are "black dwarfs" (stars exploding in 3D time) that have been misidentified as "black holes," and will eventually cool down and join the main sequence.

Haramein appears to be a pretty sharp guy; shame that he was taught everything inside-out, upside-down and backwards!
Dl'ing now txs.
As for Haramein being on the wrong track, here's an idea: How about initiating a dialogue with him to see his potential interest in Larson's RS?

Haramein@hiup.org

Re: ISON

Posted: Tue Jan 14, 2014 2:52 pm
by daniel
Lozion wrote:As for Haramein being on the wrong track, here's an idea: How about initiating a dialogue with him to see his potential interest in Larson's RS?
When it comes to people that are firmly entrenched in the conventional, scientific dogma, I defer to my grandfather's farmer wisdom: "Never try to teach a pig to sing. It's a lot of work, and annoys the pig."

Though if you'd like to give it a try, please feel free.

Re: ISON

Posted: Tue Jan 14, 2014 3:17 pm
by Lozion
daniel wrote:
Lozion wrote:As for Haramein being on the wrong track, here's an idea: How about initiating a dialogue with him to see his potential interest in Larson's RS?
When it comes to people that are firmly entrenched in the conventional, scientific dogma, I defer to my grandfather's farmer wisdom: "Never try to teach a pig to sing. It's a lot of work, and annoys the pig."

Though if you'd like to give it a try, please feel free.
Careful with the assumptions daniel, he is after all part of the underground scientific community so why not give it a shot? As for me, I humbly dont have the skills required for such an exchange, equations scare me more then SM! :)

Re: ISON

Posted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 7:18 am
by Ilkka
Lozion wrote:Careful with the assumptions daniel, he is after all part of the underground scientific community so why not give it a shot? As for me, I humbly dont have the skills required for such an exchange, equations scare me more then SM! :)
I think it was sligthly rough expression of the fact that he also might have(maybe for many even) tried to tell others who are so used to go "backwards" that they cant go "forwards" anylonger.

However you are welcome to try atleast, but odds maybe be against us.

Re: ISON

Posted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 3:07 pm
by daniel
Lozion wrote:Careful with the assumptions daniel, he is after all part of the underground scientific community so why not give it a shot? As for me, I humbly dont have the skills required for such an exchange, equations scare me more then SM! :)
I don't have the math skills, either. Ever notice the lack of equations in my papers? There's a reason for that!
Ilkka wrote:I think it was sligthly rough expression of the fact that he also might have(maybe for many even) tried to tell others who are so used to go "backwards" that they cant go "forwards" anylonger.
People in ISUS have tried this over and over for more than half a century to get the scientific community to take a look at Larson's works, with zero success. When scientists puts that much time and effort into the conventional paradigm, they are not likely to consider radically different approaches--such as a Universe of Motion, rather than of matter. That's why I prefer to talk with the folks that like the Flintstones and Stargate... at least they are open to radical ideas and new ways to look at old concepts.

The problem with spending the time to "teach a pig to sing" (or as Pythagoras said, "do not place your candle against the wall"), is that it eats up a significant amount of time that could otherwise be spent doing productive research. And for me, it's about the research--improving my understanding of the Universe in which I exist. You'll never find me thumping "Nothing But Motion," and singing, "Praise the Larson, Brother!!!"

Re: ISON

Posted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 6:02 pm
by Ilkka
daniel wrote:singing, "Praise the Larson, Brother!!!"
Hilarious! :D