reply to post by gimme_some_truth
i too have been pondering the physics of this for quite a while and i've come to this:
december 2012 is when our planet crosses the galactic center, no? it is analogous to traveling from the northern hemisphere, crossing the equator, and
entering the lower hemisphere.
this same idea is illustrated in the documentary THRIVE. it is the equator of the Vortex where the upstreaming and downstreaming energies combine, and
equalize. the equator of the sun actually moves slower than the rest of the surface, and there are many new ideas being discussed about equatorial
in terms of a galaxy, we will be crossing the galactic plane, the actual fabric of the cosmos. space/time fabric at it's most dynamic before and
after the plane, and the plane itself being static. it's static because it is the EQUILIBRIUM of the two opposites. the energies of above and below
the galactic plane will meet at equilibrium at the galactic plane.
this has very interesting implications. what exactly is there to be dynamic and what is static? just the "energies" of the galaxy?
perhaps time itself will reach equilibrium here? what does this mean? we all experience a "time" of "timelessness"? are we going to experience 3
dimensions of time and 1 of space for this "night"? is this what the golden age is?
reply to post by stereologist
well thanks for your input. but i wasn't asking for a critique. besides, your view of quantum physics might be a little outdated.
quantum physics most famous and foundational fact is that it is affected by consciousness.
quantum mechanics surely expresses itself on a macro level: it's just been affected by our awareness of the macro world and thus appears to operate
differently. we THINK we usually observe quantum phenomenon on the micro quantum level, but we see it in the macro as well. it appears differently
because our awareness interacts with the macro world and not the micro world.
theres a lot of information out there about this now, maybe you could watch What the Bleep Do We Know?!
or read a book by Richard Feynman or even Brian Greene.
the first step in discovering quantum effects over a macro scale is quantum nonlocality