EU's own crisis: getting the attention of the wrong people.

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Re: EU's own crisis: getting the attention of the wrong peop

Unread postby orrery » Tue May 31, 2016 10:34 am

In Isaac Asimov's Foundation books, the Foundationalists create a scientific priestcraft. That is what we have today.

I think the OP is right, Saturn Theory is made possible by Electric Universe but it isn't necessarily so. Perhaps the Earth was once a moon of Saturn, but the timescale could easily be millions or billions of years. Not necessarily within human memory.

My personal view is that the center of the Milky Way Galaxy itself could be considered "the best sun" especially during a period of the Milky Way having a more active galactic nucleus.

There is evidence for the Milky Way having Active Galactic Nucleus, there is evidence that the Milky Way may have expelled Quasars. Either one of these events could dramatically change the sky. The Best Sun, could be the center of the Milky Way. The Active Nucleus could fade and like the gods spoken about.

UFO, no.
Saturn, maybe.
Milky Way experiencing a period of Active Galactic Nucleus -- still my favorite.
"though free to think and to act - we are held together like the stars - in firmament with ties inseparable - these ties cannot be seen but we can feel them - each of us is only part of a whole" -tesla

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Re: EU's own crisis: getting the attention of the wrong peop

Unread postby Kent » Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:05 pm

OK OK, When the educational institutes began to teach people HOW to think instead of WHAT to think and when the people learn HOW to think instead of WHAT to think then most of this static will go away.

When you learn how to think, it is like getting out of jail free, or like getting over a cold or flu. You feel so much better after the "cure". It's like the calm after the storm.

If you don't know HOW to think, It is like living under a dictator type government.
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Re: EU's own crisis: getting the attention of the wrong peop

Unread postby willendure » Thu Jan 12, 2017 4:10 am

Kent wrote:OK OK, When the educational institutes began to teach people HOW to think instead of WHAT to think and when the people learn HOW to think instead of WHAT to think then most of this static will go away.

When you learn how to think, it is like getting out of jail free, or like getting over a cold or flu. You feel so much better after the "cure". It's like the calm after the storm.

If you don't know HOW to think, It is like living under a dictator type government.


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Re: EU's own crisis: getting the attention of the wrong peop

Unread postby sketch1946 » Wed Feb 15, 2017 7:25 am

Getting the attention of the wrong sort of people?

Makes me think of how Einstein was working in a patent office, Tesla didn't have a cent to his name, Galileo was forced to recant his silly ideas, George Boole was an assistant teacher with a silly sort of maths, completely impractical! Blaise Pascal, a Jansenite..., Galois the genius who died at age 20 from injuries suffered in a duel, invented group theory... no-one understood his work for another 20 years....
Heinrich Schlieman loved his Homer, went and privately found Troy, then the academics insist he found the wrong Troy, despite finding a cup that matched the description of Hector's cup... etc etc...

Of course Cyrus Gordon who argued for a different origin for Abraham, Tycho Brahe who spent his nights assembling one of the biggest sets of star data before 1600, and spent his days fighting duels over a mathematical formula (lost his nose) and is reputed to have gotten his elk so drunk it fell down the stairs.... Kepler who stole Brahe's data...Wegener with his silly idea that the continents 'drifted' all over the place, Percival Lovell with his belief in intelligent Martians building canals, Edgar Rice Burroughs thought that Venus would be a jungle planet, C S Lewis thought Venus would be an ocean world, Velikovsky thought it would be hot! (Velikovsky was right.. even back in 1950, The Russian's found out Venus was hot enough to melt lead in fact...)

I wonder if all these guys were able to give their different thoughts on different things in one online forum, how well they would be treated.... they would certainly be a diverse and interesting crowd...
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