reply to post by CiAlice
The truth is what we all hope for. IMO, How or if the truth can be discovered is the real debate with regards to Timewave Zero - which is also what
alot of posts in this thread are about. I'm fine with waiting until December 2012 so I can see for myself but others have devoted years of their
life to trying to understand what it means and/or what the implications are.
Just as we have with the global consciousness project - what we have are mathematic/statistical likelihoods that the correlations between the timewave
and global events are coincidence.
Roger Nelson sais the Global Consciousness Project data has a likelihood against chance of a billion to one - possibly more now. But even if it is a
billion to one against being a fluke, that is enough for some people to believe and there's nothing wrong with that.
What Timewave represents to me is beauty. If in 2016 I'm sitting down at my computer and nothing really happened in December 2012, it's not going
to change my outlook. The idea that complex mathematics could be applied in this way really opened up the way I think about the world around me.
Everything, including our own lives, can be represented by a fractal wave form.. That simple concept has changed my life.
Maybe consciousness is the only real thing in the universe. Maybe each of us are individually projecting our own universe without even knowing it.
There is just so much we don't understand and there are so many double standards in science..
For example, Quantum Entanglement is now regarded as scientific fact. But when you start talking to people about the concept that everything in the
universe is perpetually in an entangled state they look at you like you're crazy when the moments before the big bang possibly represent universal
entanglement in its purest form.
What Timewave Zero has taught me - Scientifically, for better or worse, whether we understand them or not, all the cards are on the table.
If we have learned anything from science since E=MC2, it is quite simply that we really have no idea how the majority of the universe works. We have
been given an opportunity.
Maybe those people delving into the inner-workings of Timewave zero will find what they are looking for. Maybe they won't. To me, it won't change
the fact that we are constantly on the edge of the unknown trying to understand what we're looking at. It's in human nature.
IMO, it is possible to prove the relevance and accuracy of novelty theory with real, nuts and bolts scientific data. In many ways, the Global
Consciousness Project and experiments like it are giving us tools to use to try and crack the mystery of Timewave Zero. There may be ways to
statistically tell us how likely it is to be fact.. But without comparing the data to other real world experiments going on now we won't know for
I think I'm digressing..