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A New Theory of Everything

 
 
Montezuma III
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 06:51 pm
@cicerone imposter,
If you can visualize stars flowing down the spiral arms into the galactic center, then you can see that galaxies are drawing in particles from intergalactic space & ejecting particles out at the center. It's a giant recycling center. If you draw the Fibonacci spiral on quad paper you can see that the Earth has traveled 3.55 million light years in its 5 billion year history. It only takes 4 spirals to account for 20 billion years. It is impossible to say why life is created, or why galaxies are ageless, I just want to illuminate the world that time is running out. We don't have 5 billion years until the sun exhausts it's hydrogen - we only have about one percent of the Earth's lifetime left.
Montezuma III
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 06:58 pm
@Ponderer,
"it's better to be thought a fool, then to speak & remove all doubt." Most fools who believe in the Big Bang and Dark matter do not understand astrology, which is older than any religion by thousands of years. People can argue theology until they are blue in the face, but I know that if the Sun weren't here we wouldn't be here. It's Neanderthals like you that make me pray that we don't survive the inward journey.
cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 07:21 pm
@Montezuma III ,
I'm not sure how long this planet will live, but we humans don't have any control over it beyond our creation of things to destroy it with, and that includes pollution and nuclear weapons. From my understanding of the past, I can only rely on what my personal experiences have been during my 83 years on this planet. I'm glad it was during this generation, but especially being born in this country, and not the country of my ancestors, Japan. 1935 was the year our government established social security. 1941 was the beginning of WWII, when our government put us Japanese Americans into concentration camps for 3 years. In 1955, I enlisted into the US Air Force, and they assigned me to work with nuclear weapons in the Strategic Air Command for four years. I started out at Travis AFB in Northern California, and was transferred to Morocco for a one year assignment which gave me the opportunity to travel to Casablanca, Marrakech, Tangiers, Madrid, Paris and London. The travel bug bit me, and have since traveled to 88 countries. At this stage of my life, I have met and made friends with many people including Russia, Germany, France, England, Cuba, Mexico and Singapore. I'm proud of my family, siblings, my wife, and our children. It's been a very rewarding life. The only thing I regret is not having raised a daughter in my lifetime. That would have fulfilled everything I would have enjoyed in my life, but there's no complaint of any kind. My health is not the best, but at 83, I have no regrets. I'm sure I have been blessed, and my sister will give god credit for it. That's my theory of everything.
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Jewels Vern
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 08:08 pm
The Scientific Method:
1. Observe something.

Get back to us when you meet that requirement.
cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 09:01 pm
@Jewels Vern,
Human observation is subjective, but we can also observe objective things. We experience night and day.
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Ponderer
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 09:13 pm
@Montezuma III ,
Yeah, well, everwhat. You're wasting your time here when you should be on your calculator trying to figure out how to get the earth moving at a half-million mph. Let us know before you flip the switch.
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Ponderer
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 09:17 pm
@Montezuma III ,
"Astrology"? Oh, please. I'm a Sagittarian. Tell me my fortune.
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Ponderer
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 09:34 pm
@Montezuma III ,
When you read your horoscope this morning, did it say anything about biting off more than you can chew? Ponder this. You are trying to be serious, but you are being funny. (Seriously)
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Montezuma III
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 09:47 pm
I am trying to get a serious message to some intelligent people. Unfortunately the only ones who reply do not take the time to read my words, they only have wit to be negative. The Sun, Earth and stars are all flowing into the center. We must escape the gravity of the Galaxy, as we have done with the Earth & Solar System. But our fastest spacecraft, Voyager I, is going 1/13th the speed required to accomplish this goal. IF we can do it, it will only be a handful of people, and they will be on the run forever.
Ponderer
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 10:08 pm
@Montezuma III ,
You know? Now that I think about it, "MONTEZUMA III" would be a good name for a spacecraft.
Let me talk to some people at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and see if they have some spare parts.
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Montezuma III
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 11:01 pm
It shows your limited knowledge when you mock things you do not understand. You should try educating yourself instead of belittling other people's endeavors. You are unaware of many things, but you live by planetary hours every day of every week. Astrology is based on the gravitational pull of celestial objects & cycles, not fortune telling. "You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself." why don't you find it within yourself to grow up mentally.
Ponderer
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 11:26 pm
@Montezuma III ,
You're still mad about that "sunscreen" thing, huh?
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Ponderer
 
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Reply Tue 14 May, 2019 11:32 pm
@Montezuma III ,
Well, excuuuuse me for not banging on my neighbors' doors screaming "We're all plummeting to the center of the galaxy!!!" (in 55 million years)
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Montezuma III
 
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Reply Wed 15 May, 2019 12:29 am
It would be interested to know how many civilizations discovered that their world was falling into the center of the galaxy, only too late to save themselves. Reaching speeds of half a million miles an hour seems indomitable, but we have gone from an animal powered society to escaping the Solar System in 200 years, so it is within the realm of possibilities - if we quit spending millions of dollars looking for Dark matter & the Big Bang.
roger
 
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Reply Wed 15 May, 2019 12:42 am
@Montezuma III ,
Montezuma III wrote:

It would be interested to know how many civilizations discovered that their world was falling into the center of the galaxy, only too late to save themselves.


What would you suggest they should have done?
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Montezuma III
 
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Reply Wed 15 May, 2019 03:03 am
Roger that is a very good question. It seems impossible to reach the speed needed to escape the gravity of the Galaxy. I believe the first step is to stop spending millions of dollars trying to prove outdated theories. Since the scientific community is completely convinced of their intellectual superiority, it is virtually impossible to get them to acknowledge that they are completely incorrect in their theory.
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niiticthanoi
 
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Reply Mon 20 May, 2019 04:18 am
@Montezuma III ,
I wish I had 1.000.000.000 years of age to explore the universe
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Montezuma III
 
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Reply Mon 20 May, 2019 09:39 am
And I wish I could zoom around at a million miles an hour. Imagine if you could travel 670,615 mph - one tenth of one percent the speed of light. It would still take 1,000 years to travel one light year, and about 4,000 years to reach the closest star. No place to refuel or resupply - EVER.
cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Mon 20 May, 2019 08:18 pm
@Montezuma III ,
I like to live in the reality of today. Humans can visit the moon, but very few people have the money to pay for that trip. However, a good second choice is to travel this planet, and visit as many places as possible. I've been fortunate to have visited 88 countries, and I'm not sure there are people who have visited more. Regardless, I am satisfied with what I have accomplished during my short stay on this planet. The only regret I now have is that I will not be able to meet with many of the people I have met around the world. Many are now gone, and I'm also in the winter of my life. I guess that's not "everything," but more than any one person can wish for.
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