Apr 18 22:34 [raw]
Dunderheads in an imaginary mathematical universe While math may be a useful tool for recording empirical observation, it seems, by stark contrast, many have given over to the new-age "priests and scribes" calling themselves "scientists," who have vigorously pushed the NWO-religion called pseudo "science." However, "number THEORY," when reasonably determined by way of its most plausible and obvious use and intent, as it is meant to be conservatively interpreted to the end that human experience NOT be found the slave to numeric equation, can and should, in this case, NOT replace that which is perceived via the six senses, and is hereby and herewith construed and declared merely representative of such human experience, forthwith calling upon all enlightened "warriors" to continue peacefully denouncing and condemning such aforementioned skulduggery, lest we allow our nation of people, and, indeed, the entire "whirled," to slump into a dark age of emotionless, robotic drones, rendered categorically void of any and all human perception and feeling (hmm... perhaps that was precisely the Jesuit/Zionist goal) ~ Chas Handler. In order to buttress this most-important point, I herewith present this quote from one of the most brilliant beings to have ever walked the face of this flat-and-motionless earth, i.e., Nicola Tesla, wherein Tesla rightly proclaims -- "Today's scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality." -- Nikola Tesla, Modern Mechanics and Inventions, July, 1934, U.S. (Serbian-born) electrical inventor (1857 - 1943). "Earth is a realm, it is not a planet. It is not an object, therefore, it has no edge. Earth would be more easily defined as a system environment. Earth is also a machine, it is a Tesla coil. The sun and moon are powered wirelessly with the electromagnetic field (the Aether). This field also suspends the celestial spheres with elector-magnetic levitation. Electromagnetic levitation disproves gravity because the only force you need to counter is the electromagnetic force, not gravity. The stars are attached to the firmament." -- Nikola Tesla. *Einstein was once asked how it felt to be the smartest man alive. Einstein's earnest reply was -- "I don't know, you'll have to ask Nikola Tesla." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YA-h3... *Here is precisely what Newton himself thought of his magical-and-all-powerful-but-unproven "farce" called "GRAVITY" -- There is no immediate prospect of identifying the mediator of gravity. Attempts by physicists to identify the relationship between the gravitational force and other known fundamental forces are not yet resolved. Newton himself felt that the concept of an inexplicable action at a distance was "UNSATISFACTORY," but that there was nothing more he could do at the time. Newton's "THEORY" of gravitation requires that the gravitational force be transmitted instantaneously. He [Newton] was deeply uncomfortable with the notion of "action at a distance" that his equations implied. In 1692, in his third letter to Bentley, he wrote: "That one body may act upon another at a distance through a vacuum without the mediation of anything else, by and through which their action and force may be conveyed from one another, is to me so great an absurdity that, I believe, no man who has in philosophic matters a competent faculty of thinking could ever fall into it." *Note: That's Newton expressing his doubts to the Jesuits that educated people of that time would fall for their spinning-ball hoax. He [Newton] never, in his words, "assigned the cause of this [gravitational] power". In all other cases, he used the phenomenon of motion to explain the origin of various forces acting on bodies, but in the case of gravity, he was "UNABLE TO EXPERIMENTALLY IDENTIFY" the motion that produces the force of gravity. Moreover, he refused to even offer a hypothesis as to the cause of this force on grounds that to do so was contrary to sound science. He [Newton] lamented that "philosophers have hitherto attempted the search of nature in vain" for the source of the gravitational force, as he was convinced "by many reasons" that there were "causes hitherto unknown" that were fundamental to all the "phenomena of nature". These fundamental phenomena are still under investigation and, though hypotheses abound, the definitive answer has yet to be found. And in Newton's 1713 General Scholium in the second edition of Principia -- "I have not yet been able to discover the cause of these properties of gravity from phenomena and I feign no hypotheses... " *Interestingly enough, both Newton and Einstein were -- 1. working with/for the Jesuits; 2. accused of plagiarism; 3. only able to offer "THEORIES;" and, 4. engaged in pseudo "science."