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There might be reasons you may imagine yourself as a real being while there might be moment in your life in which you may have felt the nothingness of your being and the universe around you. Here is five reasons why you may have had a real experience:

1- Physics challenges our understanding of reality!


What is 2+2? You may say 4 and you may be right in most of the normal occasions. However in modern physics we look at this answer with a little bit more caution. If we are looking at event too large or too small then relativity or quantum physics may stop us from giving the same answer too quickly. To shuttles flying towards each other at an extreme speed of 200,000 km/s would not see themselves collapsing at the speed of 2+2 = 400,000 km/s! The same would go if you look at quantum events. This should make us rethink our understanding of reality and if we don't have a clue what reality is, then how would we call this world or ourselves REAL?

See a video about it here.

2- We are made of almost nothing!


The Primer Fields

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Published on 17 Dec 2012

In this video series the currently accepted theories of physics and astrophysics are shaken to the core by a radical new theory of the fundamental forces in all matter.

You will be amazed as a magnetic model of the dome at CERN is used to create a 100 mm diameter plasma Sun with a 300 mm diameter equatorial disc of plasma around it!

All the plasma videos are actual footage with no enhancement or manipulation other than speed. In other words, this is real thing. Hard to believe, but it is all true.


The world just changed.


Andromeda and reminiscences of modern physics.

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The coverage of art exhibition in P. by one of our editors yesterday produced a rare occasion for interview with professor Ponomaryev from Toledo University.
Here are some extracts from the meeting:
Monika:….bit unusual place to meet professor here. Could you spare few moments for our “Interstellar Radio"?
Prof: …with pleasure.
Monika: is it true that your visit in P. is only private and in no way connected with scientific research?
Prof:…Yes. It’s entirely private visit.
Monika: Can you comment on significance of recent reports on our television about UFO sightings. Many journalists are worried.
Prof: …I’m not aware about matter you are talking about. Generally I wouldn’t worry about the UFO. Humans will become UFO  within 20 years and its useless to draw parallels between let’s say dog and the god - both of them don’t communicate with one another at all, while humans communicate well and follow many noble laws…
Monika: yea, of course press irregularities in reporting UFO don’t help the issue, do they?
Prof:…Irregularities are not unusual for press. Did you say UFO has been spotted around?
Monika: No, I can’t confirm the report.
Prof:…usual, usual. I’m on holidays now and won’t elaborate on UFO now.
Monika: Are you enjoying staying in P.?
Prof:…yes. It’s a beautiful place especially in autumn…enjoy the extension of Andromedan art forms here….they look unconditional and subtle…
Monika: Thank you for interview.

Armstrong on the moon and conservation laws

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Much changed since Newton suggested the conservation law over 250 years ago; his proposition became popular while it hasn't been checked for all conditions in laboratory, and laboratories were poor for experiments. In recent times has been observed that matter behaves according to different rules in high temperatures (plasma), low temperatures (superconducting) and magnetic field not always obey conservation laws in standard temperatures.

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