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String theory, a framework that treats particles as invisibly small, vibrating strings, is one candidate for a theory of quantum gravity that seems to hold up in black hole situations, but its relationship to reality is unproven — or at least confusing. Recently, a strange duality has been found between string theory and quantum field theory, indicating that the former (which includes gravity) is mathematically equivalent to the latter (which does not) when the two theories describe the same event as if it is taking place in different numbers of dimensions. No one knows quite what to make of this discovery. But the new amplituhedron research suggests space-time, and therefore dimensions, may be illusory anyway.
“We can’t rely on the usual familiar quantum mechanical space-time pictures of describing physics,” Arkani-Hamed said. “We have to learn new ways of talking about it. This work is a baby step in that direction.”
Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku explains the basics of String Theory in this clip from his Floating University lecture.
Cell Division - Cell Cycle
Expanding - Coliding Nebulas
Solar System Early Stage
Galaxy with black hole
The Cosmic Web
The positions of these crystals are not at all random. I have ascertained that they completely correlate with the task they carry out and the positions where they are located in the human brain, correlate to the positions of the stars as they were found in the sky dome at the time of one’s creation. The degree of concentration in areas of the brain is not random.
There is no solidity in the universe. A form that appears solid is actually created by an underlying vibration. Vibrations express themselves in corresponding geometrical figures and in this way build up crystals that are the expression of vibration. Crystals collectively form a body of an element according to its particular vibration. The forms of snowflakes and faces of flowers take on their shape because they are responding to some sound in nature. Crystals, plants, and human beings are music that has taken on visible form.
Einstein believed it was impossible to separate the physical and metaphysical; the philosophy of Spinoza stimulated his concern for the relationship between energy and matter, "In Spinoza, one finds the majestic concept that thinking [the soul] and extension [the naturalistically conceived world] are only different forms of appearance of the same 'substance'."
In reality, One would not have to be 'Beamed up'
only their information so to speak.
It ain't the stuff of Star Trek, but quantum physics can make it possible to do things that mystified even Einstein
Nature lays our her musical intervals on a radial keyboard. The fully expressed division is represented by a fully compressed core surrounded by a fully expanded wave field. The core contains 50% of the available potential, while the surrounding wave field contains the other 50% of the available potential.