posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 05:30 PM
Nice post... however, your thread title baffles me ?
Anyways back to science: I've always been in disagreement with the standard scientific credo that neutrinos have "no effect" on us, the planet(s),
the solar system, etc. I say bullcocky... there's not a dang thing in this universe that isn't there for a reason. Everything feeds and interacts
with everything else.
The sun is literally a battery... energy.
Energy can feed, and energy can kill. Energy is the stuff that we and every other "thing" is made up of - otherwise known as atoms. Atoms are the
base foundation to all things... atoms can also be thought of as mini-batteries. And so on down the line. Another words, absolutely everything is
"energy" in simplistic terms.
The law of thermodynamics tells us that energy never dies, it just changes form.
Why ? Because, again, everything is made up of energy... therefore, it just simply feeds back and forth. Around and around it goes.
So for science to sit there and literally be hypocritical of itself by spewing nonsense that a particle (neutrino) has no effect, on the one hand...
and then turn around and claim the laws of thermodynamics on the other hand... is a joke at best, and a logical fallacy at worst.
I'm of the belief that one day we will come to realization of just how important the cause and effect actually is of things we once thought trivial,
such as neutrinos.