posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 01:21 AM
reply to post by winofiend
Hmm. Now what other types of experiments are affected by the act of observation? Oh wait..
And even the top neurosurgeons in the field today, are in disagreement on how the brain really functions.
Of course discussion of these anomalies and furthering are taboo in Academic circles because of the pretentiousness of the community. Only until
peer reviewed study is done can these topics be discussed.
No-one want to be labelled the outcast for independent thought.
May I remind the "smart scientists" out there that Nicola Tesla (and many pioneers) had to go through the same sh*t dealing with closed minded
scoffers the entire way.
Breakthrough inventions in my life have not taken any major leaps such as in the past. Flight, combustible engine, alternating current, radio, etc.
were all accomplished prior to my lifetime. These were monumentous to humanity. All we've really done since the moon landing is make better
Internet is pretty revolutionary, but really. We could still communicate across the ocean 100 years ago.
All I'm proposing is that we haven't developed something mind-blowing for a LONG time. This can be because of two scenarios.
1) Our scientific community figures we pretty much already know everything and devote themselves to building better phones.
2) Huge scientific leaps have already been undertaken, but some entity/organization has kept the findings secret.