We Got One Universe, Why Can’t We Have A Second One?

We got one universe, but why can’t we have a second one? There are too many things we don’t know since we’re still too stupid!

For example, we don’t know what is really happening inside the black hole because we can’t go into the black hole to do an experiment. We can’t travel faster than light, meaning we can’t really go to the edges of the universe. Without knowing what is happening outside of our universe, we can’t really say we know enough to discard the idea of string theory!

Once in a while, there will be theory that blows our mind. For example, in this case we’re talking about string theory. I think we’re too foolish to close our minds from string theory.

Once upon a time, the ancient people discarded the idea that the atom is real, but now we all know that atom is very real. This example should give us pause to see why we should not be too quickly to discard the string theory.

Once in a while, fear not, because there will be an Einstein comes along who will work out the math/science to prove that a crap theory is a crap theory. So, if string theory is full of crap, such a person will prove it to be so, but if it’s the juicy stuff — we will know, right? Meanwhile, I think we should be more open mind since we don’t know enough, eh?

What I’d written above was meant as a comment for “Should we abandon the multiverse theory? | Sabine Hossenfelder, Roger Penrose, Michio Kaku” YouTube video, but somehow YouTube refused to post my comment. Anywho, I’m posting this on my blog instead. Check the video out right after the break.

Death Is An Illusion

String theory is a complex subject, and I’m not sure I would care to understand it at all.  Nonetheless, one memorable thing I’ve remembered of string theory is that the theory has mentioned how the string would vibrate.  What on earth is a string theory?  Like I said, it’s scientific, theoretical stuff, but scientists have been studying and forming and shaping this theory to try to explain the physics of the universe that we’re living in.  Regardless what a string theory is about and how grand it is, I’m not going to talk about it in this blog post beyond what I’d already mentioned of it.  Instead of talking about the string theory, I like to talk about the vibration.

What on earth?  Let me assure you, we’re not living on Mars.  I had this eureka moment today on vibration, and I was so excited.  I’m still excited about this whole eureka moment on vibration.  Instead of trying to be all that scientifically sound as in string theory, my idea of vibration is that even in death, death is vibrating.  Let me expand this a little more before you even know what I’m trying to get at.

Before you even open your eyes in the morning, in sleep you breathe and snore.  You’re vibrating pretty much in sleep!  The rhythmic breathing you breathe in sleep vibrates for life.  As you open up your eyes in the morning, the sunlight (daylight or any sort of artificial light) vibrates for your eyes, and you see life.  The molecules within your morning coffee vibrate for your taste.  The sounds that you hear from the wind, trees, birds, and whatnot vibrate for your hearing (ears).  Even the symbolic smell of happiness vibrates for your successful, gratifying life.

When you see someone is passing away, you would think in death the deceased would cease to vibrate.  That is not the case at all.  In death, the deceased’s body would have experienced countless vibrations that dictate how a body would be decomposed.  Even when someone cremates the deceased, the deceased’s ashes would vibrate to keep the ashes in the ash form.  Tiny atoms that make up a single grain of ash vibrates throughout, keeping the memory of a deceased alive in life.  Death is an illusion to life, because even death is alive (vibrating) when dying.

It’s common sense, scientifically or not, that tells me everything is vibrating in the universe we’re living in.  It’s common sense, scientifically or not, that tells me nothing is truly dead (not vibrating).  When something is truly dead, it won’t vibrate at all.  Nonetheless, I’m not sure you can find something that is not vibrating.  Simply put, our universe’s dictionary does not have a word for non-vibration or lifeless.  Simply put, from the thought of non-vibration, we’re already propagating the vibration of life.  Perhaps, thinking very deep to the point of confusing oneself, string theory, indeed, is onto something, right?

Someone Is Building A Eureka In New Mexico?

According to Associated Press, a technology company from Washington is going to build a twenty-square-mile model metropolis (i.e., city) for testing modern technologies and sciences in New Mexico.  The projection of the cost to be spent on the model metropolis by this technology company is $200 million.  The Associated Press failed to mention the name of the Washington-based technology company and exact location of the model metropolis in New Mexico.  Nonetheless, Associated Press mentioned the model metropolis might be used for testing renewable energy innovations, intelligence traffic systems, and next generation wireless networks.  All of this reminds me of a TV show Eureka.

Source:  http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44413344/ns/technology_and_science-innovation/