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"The implications for our current understanding of science are profound. If the laws of physics turn out to be merely 'local by-laws', it might be that whilst our observable part of the universe favours the existence of life and human beings, other far more distant regions may exist where different laws preclude the formation of life, at least as we know it."
"If our results are correct, clearly we shall need new physical theories to satisfactorily describe them."
"It varies by only a tiny amount -- about one part in 100,000 -- over most of the observable universe, but it's possible that much larger variations could occur beyond our observable horizon," Mr King said.
+Planet Earth and Human Beings have existed in the Third Density (3D) since the dawning of the first ancient civilization on this planet. [...]
Through the influence of the changing Galactic Spacetime Fields, the Earth’s vibration is NOW changing from Third Density to Fourth Density, and all life on it must resonate with the new 4D energies to remain within its changing Biosphere...
It may not vary at all as I explained in the original thread this one duplicates.
Originally posted by RestingInPieces
It's not exactly a huge difference:
A preliminary version of the paper is currently under peer review.
Originally posted by 21st century man
And somewhere in the universe someone is asking on a forum if it could really be possible that there is one common set of laws of physics throughout the universe? One grand unifying theory..