BBC reports, Prof Antonio Ereditato’s theory "neutrinos travel faster than the speed of light" Is found to be heresy to what academia deems Holy. Prof Ereditato was, "The head of an experiment that appeared to show subatomic particles travelling faster than the speed of light has resigned from his post (BBC)."
Professor Antonio Ereditato's departing final words, "We tried to find all possible explanations for this (Prof Antonio Ereditato)"
Many believe, we have forgotten the errors of our past in the year BC (Before Computer) and now doomed to repeat! We cannot continue with the insanity of building on faulty foundations of presupposed theories of binary schemas, and expect new innovative results.
Sadly, even our youth have been conditioned to accept false judgments by huge linear systems, allowing facts to be change with a few strokes of the fingers for political control, global monetary values, and academic oppression.
The light of intuitive reasoning has been darkened by illusions of monetary gain by safely dwelling in a domain of social standards, instead of the glory of hard won discoveries at risk, paid with the price of failure.
Our only saving grace will be paradigm shift beyond the binary worlds, naturally induced by a new way to live, think, and view the world.
John E. Mack M.D. explains well, the academic sins that lead to heresy charges at a MIT conference 17 July 1992:
"They comment the most egregious sin to the western mind, which is for something that should remain in the spirit world to penetrate and show up hard, physically, in our world. But maybe this is the only way we can learn, because the only language we know is the language of the physical world. We have
lost the languages of spirituality that were known to other cultures, so we have to learn through experiences that meet us in the physical world (John E. Mack pg 565).”
I agree with Mack; however, ancient Sanskrit authors, who wrote the earliest works of physics, knew no distinction between the empirical universe and the spiritual. In fact, the term "spiritual" is not found anywhere in in the early textual documents, because they were in fact describing the empirical universe.!
John E. Mack received a well-deserved standing ovation for this concluding speech. He also defended himself politely to a question from the audience by stating:
“I don’t mean to be disrespectful about meticulous, careful empirical work. I value that enormously. What I really mean is that we expand epistemologies to value the intuitive, the transpersonal way of gaining knowledge.”
Epistemology is institutionally defined as the study of knowledge, or how do we know what we know. Contrary to Mack’s wish to expand the field, Epistemology is actually the study of thinking not knowledge or knowing. To think about something is proof in itself that the thinker does not know; therefore, the only justified false belief is thinking, the very foundation of Epistemology (O’Dell).
This age old epistemic dilemma is an absurd notion that reason is a process, or product of thinking. Contrary to everything scholars deem holy, reason is not the product of thought, reason or the logos is a “known.”
Mack’s gallant attempt to cross the mine field of linguistic determinants by using determinates such as “the transpersonal way of gaining knowledge” probably did get the proper attention needed, but it is not likely anyone in the audience or Mack understood the term 'transpersonal.' He describe another common view after several cases studies and interviews, who all said the same thing:
"[They] will tell you they have the sense of multiple space-time dimensions, different dimensions collapsing into their consciousness’s. We don’t have language to express that (Page 567).”
Transpersonal is best defined as anything outside of yourself including yourself.
Language—any language—has a tendency to migrate to the complex- away from truth. Mack’s attempt to bridge the gap between scientist and the spiritual domain actually alienated the two universes of thought.
The point is, materialist as well as immaterialist both argue for the same reality, be it call matter or mind!
This immaterialist position called idealism, a claim that all objects are actually ideas, makes good sense especially when operating on multidimensional planes that are made up of those very ideas.
Of course, any rational idealist would border the absurd to think it possible to crash head on into a concrete wall without suffering the effects of a Rock Hard Concrete Idea! It is equally absurd to think that there exists something other than the mind. Where would this substance come from?
Idealism solves many of the problems of today’s scientific separatism view which falsely presupposes the existence of two separate worlds, the empirical outer universe and the mind.
We might consider our humble beginnings as the Big Bang of Consciousness- no longer a subject-object relation of rocks, dust, gases, and things, but the shadows of ever-expanding awareness illuminating the dark unknown of our universe.
BBC First to report the crime of heresy as follows:
Neutrino 'faster than light' scientist resigns
BBC 30 March 2012 Last updated at 10:50 ET
The head of an experiment that appeared to show subatomic particles travelling faster than the speed of light has resigned from his post.
Prof Antonio Ereditato oversaw results that appeared to challenge Einstein's theory that nothing could travel faster than the speed of light.Reports said some members of his group, called Opera, had wanted him to resign.
Earlier in March, a repeat experiment found that the particles, known as neutrinos, did not exceed light speed.
Read Full Article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-17560379
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July 1992. Editors Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam
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Self: The Iness or I-ness of a being that determines its existence (O'Dell)
Mystic: Mysticism from the Greek μυστικός, mystikos, meaning 'an initiate') is the knowledge of, and especially the personal experience of, states of consciousness, i.e. levels of being, beyond normal human perception, including experience of and even communion with a supreme being (Wikipedia).
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