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A scientific theory for your consideration

2013-12-21 18:36:22 by JordanD
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Hey there!  Today i posted a brand new Spirit Science video, you can watch it from here

The God Particle. You’ve probably heard talk about that for a number of years now, with the Higgs Boson discovery or the Large Hadron Collider’s constant smashing of tiny-things together… or maybe you just watched it in The Big Bang Theory.

What we’ve been looking for with the God Particle is the Particle that connects everything else. Many were hoping it was the higgs boson, and as I described in a recent blog about this, finding the Higgs was important, but it wasn’t the “God Particle”, it didn’t really connect any of the dots, and certainly took a lot of the magic out of the discovery.

A year or two ago I met Michael Evans, who shared with me his theories and ideas about what “The God Particle” meant to him. He shared his diagrams and images with me of the Trion-Re, and all of his Breathing Solids… and it blew my mind. I wanted to share it, but most importantly, I wanted to do it right.

If this information about the God Particles are true, then this could very well be one of the most exciting and biggest discoveries on the planet!

If you'd like to learn more, please check out the video above. If you'd like even more information, i've written some blogs about it on my website. You can read about it there and get a feel for what i'm talking about :)

Have a great day,  

With love, Jordan

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VicariousEVicariousE

2014-04-02 05:34:07

I hope you'll be able to attend Pico Day this year; I was so under the weather last year, I never had a chance to introduce myself :( Thanks for constantly and consistently asking and answering the questions of life, the Universe and everything!


woodnymphwoodnymph

2013-12-23 11:51:14

This makes me so happy that there are young people out there looking at things that will make it a better world. I am a retired teacher and a child with concern about my Mother Earth. I love your mind and want to follow everything you do.


TemplarfreakTemplarfreak

2013-12-23 02:06:14

It honestly amazes me that people still harass you about this. I woulda figured that at least on Newgrounds people would get the idea that everything you say is mostly for consideration-purposes only and not meant to be cold-hard fact.


24901miles24901miles

2013-12-22 08:23:11

What a complete load of bullshit. Don't use the word science for this.


VicariousEVicariousE

2013-12-21 23:51:50

Another home run! Great work! Just wondering if you could add the music links to the Credits and Info part of the submission page. Our Audio Portal has been so ignored as of late :(

JordanD responds:

Yes!! I completely forgot thank you for mentioning it!!


SentForMeSentForMe

2013-12-21 23:07:16

This guy is not a scientist. I'm sure that when he responds he will say the same thing. As for what he is, I could think of a few terms that might be appropriate. Some are more complementary or neutral, like: Metaphysict, Philosopher, Ancient Astronaut Theorist, Archaeocryptographist, and Alternative Scientist. Others are less complementary, like: Pseudoscient, Conspiracy Theorist, Astrologist, and Crank.

The stuff this guy does is in the same vein as the stuff that is done on the Ancient Aliens show on the History channel. It's all part of the same group of ideas that has been around in various forms, for a very long time. In general this group of people think of themselves as at odds with scientists, though they often use scientific ideas and principles to justify their ideas.

This is perhaps that greatest strength of these theories. The surface ideas are simple enough to be accessible to most people, but the arguments behind them are sufficiently obscure that most people won’t bother fact-checking them. It is also worth noting that a thorough debunking of these theories really requires a scientific background, because of the interplay of Science and Philosophy you will find in them. It is also fairly dense material, so a fact-checker might have to spend days or weeks to fully get through it all. This is why most people don’t bother.

Scientists will sometimes debunk these theories, but it rarely does any good. This is because those that believe them often view Science, as it is currently practiced, as suspect. Some think of themselves as the only true Scientists that exist. Debates that crop up against the two sides will often resemble Science vs. Religion debates. This is part of the reason why some people view these theories and their adherents as part of a kind of New Age Religion.

For a little background information you can check out these Wikipedia websites: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_astronauts and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudoarchaeology#General_pseudoarchaeology These just scratch the surface, though. There are people that spend their whole lives studying the texts that have been dedicated to these ideas. Whether or not they have wasted their time is a matter of opinion, but I’ve never found belief in an idea as a prerequisite for finding it interesting.


OdellAtkinsonOdellAtkinson

2013-12-21 21:38:56

i imagine he means "What we (mankind) have been looking for".


TharosTheDragonTharosTheDragon

2013-12-21 20:29:47

When you say "What we’ve been looking for," are you implying that you're a scientist?