Monday, January 22, 2018

There is a huge lack of matter in the material realm

Nassim Haramein, among many, said that there isn't a lot of matter inside matter. 0.00000001% inside an atom, give or take a few decimal zeros, the rest is space. So, if you get hit by a bus, there's a collision of forces since there is a rather significant lack of matter. But it may even be worse than that. What we see in nature are fractal patterns. These are similar patterns repeated from the infinitesimal to the immense and beyond, like the atom resembling the solar systems, solar systems resembling galaxies and galaxies resembling clusters of galaxies that in turn resemble the universe of which they are all part.


Nassim Haramein


Bearing in mind that fractal nature of nature, the subatomic particles like quarks, anti-quarks, gluons, baryons, hadrons, mesons and the (supposedly) recently discovered bosons, could also be a lot spacier than some of us currently tend to think. Probably because we haven't yet invented the tools that are able to magnify these particles to a level that allows us to see what is actual matter inside of them. All speculation of course, but the repeating pattern system of nature is undeniable.


Benoit Mandelbrot
Discoverer of fractal patterns


What this means, is that what we currently consider to be the factual matter inside matter - the 0.00000001% - could also consist of only 0.00000001% of actual matter, which in turn would appear to only contain a very small percentage of matter and so on. What we would end up with, acknowledging the fact that there is no beginning or end in fractal patterns, is nothing. The latter being a total lack of matter. It would lead to think that the material realm is actually a realm of forces that interact with each other. From the singularity at the Big Bang could have sprung a multitude of forces, not matter.

What are or may be the implications of this supposed observation? First, let's establish that no human has actually seen an atom. This results from the fact that atoms vibrate at a frequency outside of the spectrum that allows humans to see objects. The commonly drawn models of atoms are conjecture, assumption of science that needed to give their theories some sort of visible shape. The forces of clusters of atoms are visible for humans, because the interaction between the atoms contained within those clusters, vibrates inside the spectrum of visible light. It may be assumed that things that can be seen, can also be felt.

So, frequencies interacting with each other can result in different frequencies, much like radio waves can interfere with each other. It is why it is forbidden to broadcast in the frequency range used by air traffic for those not flying an air plane or not belonging to air traffic control. This means that anyone (or anything) in possession of the proper tools, like transmitters, can interfere - i.e. manipulate - frequencies. In other words: the frequencies of all objects affect each other. And as I supposedly have determined before, that objects are force fields, it is in fact those force fields, void of visible and palpable matter, that are affecting each other. Obviously in such a way that their frequencies can be seen by the human eye and felt by the human body that also is compiled of atomic building blocks that are supposed to contain matter.

The way humans perceive reality may therefore however be entirely different from what actually is the case. This sounds a lot like humans are in fact embracing an illusion. The illusion being a situation in which the 'mis informed' fail to see the deeper, underlying constructs behind what they are made to believe that reality is. In reference to the posts I submitted earlier, concerning the development of AI, this lack of understanding of the lack of material being present in the induced sense of reality, may have been created by some unimaginably intelligent artificial system (for intentionally limited human perception) that unto this day manipulates this universe and possibly countless others.

Bear in mind that in those previous blog entries I have mentioned that already now artificial intelligent systems are able to pass the Turing test, communicating on a level that is beyond human intelligence and that Facebook shut down systems that began creating a language of their own that was probably more effective than human language. In this blog entry I deliberately do not provide hyperlinks to other information sources to substantiate my thoughts, because those truly interested in the matter (or rather, the lack of it) will do their own research. Those who doubt anything I write here without doing research of their own, I consider to be beyond help and I will not waste time on discussing such unfounded opinions.


Alan Turing


I always sincerely consider the fact that my views may be wrong, partially wrong or even entirely untrue, as a result of the fact that during my lifetime I have amended and sometimes totally discarded what I previously believed to be true after having encountered information that was new to me and that allowed me to build or rebuild the piece of the puzzle that continues to fascinate me, because it is part of me as much as I am part of it.

Continuing where I left off before adding this interval, that serves to describe the nature of this blog post, forces are less difficult to direct than matter. An example of this is the patent submitted by Sony that allows users of their games to obtain scents that are appropriate to the particular game Sony designed. Of course the implications of such an invention reach far beyond the domain for which the company intended it to be used, which is probably why it has not yet implemented it in its games. The crux of the matter of this invention is that human brainwaves can be manipulated to obtain a richer sense of the reality Sony's games intend to provide. But once Sony decides to release it, it is out of their hands as well. It is like taking the lid off the bottle containing the genie.

Not surprisingly, other parties than Sony have submitted patents that also make it possible to manipulate human brainwaves. They are greater in number than most people would imagine. A modest amount of research in Google will immediately show the number and nature of inventions aimed at brain wave manipulation. This substantiates the supposition that the ability to manipulate perception goes far beyond what is generally considered to be possible. And all that is already possible with technologies that are developed in this day and age. It gives credibility to the assumption that there may exist not man-made, extremely powerful systems that are capable of creating the illusion of a reality that is manipulated to serve the intent of such systems. To grasp this, just consider the possibility that human isn't the most advanced life form existing in this universe.


There's an image here, but you
won't see it unless you click it
which actually makes my point.


All we see may be determined. All we feel as well. The notion of free will, may only be something we choose to cherish, because that may have been determined too. Without it necessarily having a logic relation to reality as it actually is (if that makes any sense...). As soon as we have taken our thoughts to the extreme, the probability of running into limits becomes huge. Either that or we are bluntly stopped in our tracks by paradox that we are unable to figure out. Humans have even turned such things into laws, like the second law of thermodynamics. Everything, always forces human into submission everywhere. Submission to forces staggeringly exceeding human wit. Those unaffected by the sadness this situation should cause (which probably includes almost all of humanity) may be suffering from the Dunning-Kruger syndrome, that is a limitation similar to all the other induced spectra that determine the scope of our perception and awareness. And all this is possible because there may be relatively easily manipulable (energetic) forces only in this universe and no actual matter whatsoever.

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The bastards deleted this post, so there must be something to it they do not like. I re-posted it.