Please understand, I am only providing another way of looking at it, from another mind ( whomever's that is--see my modd on my profile, but no really
2 Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters.
In other words, the "stuff" was here, yet "formless" (primordial soup anyone?)
OK, hold that thought for awhile...
Yes, the "stuff" of possibility of creation was here, yet formless.....but also, not primordial soup, in that, all the elements necessary for a
creation of existence was in existence, and could this be an accident? Also, "darkness was over the surface of the deep," (below), "and the
spirit of God was hovering over" (those same waters) "those waters..."
As above, so below..... or as it has been interpreted....whether intended to be this way or not, by God or having his spirit present in that
two solid-state theorists at Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, New Jersey,
And, here, as far as I am concerned, with the mention of Bell Labs and the HISTORY of the research arising from this entity, and its subsidiarries and
accomplices, I become immediately highly sceptical.....or if not sceptical, but think this was the beginning of man thinking that he could think as
God and be a Creator, himself, and so, we have arrived at an artificial state of being where havoc and chaos and destruction are the rule, to
reinforce aforesaid seed of an idea, because some scientists thought they understood and comprehended what was not comprehensible, ultimately, by the
human mind, and politically, militarily, and otherwise, they ran with it, creating the horror we are living through now......
Mathematically, the disturbance in the field looked very like one that is associated with the Higgs particle found by particle physicists.
This particle had even barely by the best minds in science and math been even imagined at that time.....At that time, we were still along the lines of
Carl Sagan describing the "flatlanders" to get the population to comprhend dimensional perspective, much less applied physics of muons, lepons, etc,
and their observed or even projected behavior.......and at that point, no one even discussed nor acknowledged neutrinos and any ability to meausre
their capacity, presence, or affect, which IF they perhaps have the affect some scientists suggest, would totally turn E=MC2, and all space, time,
relativity theory on its head, as it would affect the way we measure time, which is how we measure space......because the way we measure time is based
upon radioactive decay.....and we have always assumed this is static, not relative to neutrinos, their influx or CMEs and how they may send more or
less neutrinos and so effect the above.....
Both arise from the vibration of an invisible field that forces ordinary particles to oscillate in sync.
This is a COMLETE, behavioral ASSUMPTION, because mathematically, afore this, there was no way to account for it: thus the "invisible field."
Understand, I am not saying it does not exist. It very much does. But we still have little perspective of what that invisible field
entails.....other than magnetic energy. And unfortunately, all we have done with this understanding is create total mayhem on this planet and the
nature of it, which was never to be toyed with, and we are paying the price even now......and will continue to, until we understand there is something
beyond the MATH, (just another representative language of man, which lacks the nth degree of electrical energy, same as soul, of humans and all other
life, and how that fits within what is truly a vortex, centrifugal force which we truly still do not, nor IMHO will ever, fully understand, because we
are not INTENDED TO, for if we did, it would only get MUCH, MUCH worse than it is now with all our UNDERSTANDING through this representative language
called math we think characterizes some sacred truth, but cannot hope to touch such a thing).......
Now physicists are seeing signs that other condensed-matter systems can generate Higgs-like particles, raising hopes that work on one Higgs,
studied cheaply on tabletops, can inform the study of another, probed by a US$5-billion collider. “I’m hoping there will be
cross-fertilization,” says Varma, now at the University of California, Riverside, who spoke in a packed session on solid-state Higgs particles at a
meeting of the American Physical Society (APS) in Baltimore, Maryland, on 19 March.
Sure, we found one element of matter we THINK we understand, so let's screw with that and see what we can get to happen. Sorry, crap is caving in
all over.....and what they did solve through Bell Labs Research, Burroughs, etc., has gotten us more and more deeply into HELL, IMHO.....because these
are not things just to be di@@c#ked around with, like let's play with this one for a while, and