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Re: 'We Have Broken Speed Of Light'

From: James Horak <jchorak7441.nul>
Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2007 14:09:58 -0700 (PDT)
Archived: Sat, 18 Aug 2007 16:02:46 -0400
Subject: Re: 'We Have Broken Speed Of Light'

>From: Greg Boone <Evolbaby.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2007 13:18:07 EDT
>Subject: Re: 'We Have Broken Speed Of Light'

>Source: The Daily Telegraph - London, UK



>'We Have Broken Speed Of Light'

>By Nic Fleming
>Science Correspondent

>Hey! How dare these scientists keep coming up with discoveries
>that rewrite the history books!

>Everyone knows our scientists and our pseudo-intellectuals know
>everything there is about everything and if they say it can't be
>done it can't be done!

>All kidding aside, experiments like this have been highlighted
>before and it's good to see more research done.

>It may just be semantics that breaking the speed of light may
>merely be breaking the slowness of distance instead. If photons
>can appear at a point instantaneous regardless of distance then
>I don't think it traveled through space but instead bypassed it.

>So if we can bypass the restrictions of space it's like that
>story where getting from europe to the americas by walking is
>impossible. So you build a boat and you bypass the drowning
>thing. You want to go faster you build an airplane you bypass
>he water thing. We're now building big scramjets that will
>cover the distance in minutes by bypassing the atmosphere

>For fun's sake it sounds like the lyrics to musician George
>Clinton's songs about the cosmos.

Yes, how many of these so-called 'scientific-proof' adherents,
have hinged empty arguments of a self-perpetuated concept of a
speed of light barrier? About the same percentage, I would
imagine that did the irrational sound barrier. Yes, I said

They profess limitation and nothing more. While before their
noses every exception to those mental blocks is taking place!
Damn, it takes cheap thinking to be a so-called scientist these
days. All it takes is to demand proofs while in reality all the
"proofs" held so dearly by them are shredding daily. Proof,
democracy, communism, all meaningless to those ruled by
ambivalence and far more eager to win a meal ticket than to step
up to the challenge of discovery. To afford their own efforts
with the strong moral core it takes not to compete for truths
like children do for toys.

Greg, the application of your thoughts here were ventured by a
man who actually introduced the very first model for the Unified
Field Theory long before Velikofsky and Einstein mused over it
at tea.

His name was John Dunne and he wrote two highly interesting
books on time. He opposed the idea of linear time and found a
way to describe it as serial. If what he provided can lead to
working models, drive is a secondary consideration in developing
star travel.


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