A Quote by Walter Russell on life, physics, and balance

Action and reaction are equal and opposite, and are expressed simultaneously. Sequentially they are repeated in reverse, the reaction becoming the action and the action the reaction.

Walter Russell

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A Quote by Sol Luckman on einstein, relativity, telepathic, superluminal, ether, aether, physics, crumbling of certainty, quantum, objectivity, scientific method, knowledge, epistemology, subquantum, esp, remote viewing, and conscious healing

For those familiar with the officially acknowledged applications of Einstein’s theories of Relativity, it should be easy to see how the mere existence of particles that move faster than light and/or communicate telepathically through an aetheric medium begins to unravel an entire paradigm for understanding the physical universe.  On the subject of the “Crumbling of Certainty” in the wake of such logic-challenging discoveries in quantum physics, Charles Eisenstein writes, “The whole idea of certainty of knowledge, built through objective reasoning, is only as sound as the objectivity at its basis. Question that, and we question the soundness of the entire edifice of experimentally-derived knowledge” on which our current sciences, and the worldview connected to them, depend.

Sol Luckman

Source: Conscious Healing: Book One on the Regenetics Method, Pages: 64..65

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A Quote by Joao Magueijo on physics, cosmology, self-esteem, science, vision, and courage

My diary entries during this period constantly refer to the importance of learning how to take criticism. If you shut yourself in your own little world, that will be the death of your theory. On the other hand, many of the criticisms you receive are pointless and simply reflect the view that anything new is bad. In such a delicate situation it is crucial to tread gingerly and be careful to appreciate the difference between pertinent and idiotic comments.

Joao Magueijo

Source: Faster Than the Speed of Light: The Story of a Scientific Speculation, Pages: 197

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A Quote by Joao Magueijo on nature, science, physics, cosmology, and insight

Becoming a real researcher has been the ultimate humbling experience for me. Nature is the examiner from hell; if you find new things at all, you always find them the hard way, with sweat and tears. Only then do you notice that there was a really easy way to find them. But this insight rarely arrives before you have been utterly humiliated and reduced to despair.

Joao Magueijo

Source: Faster Than the Speed of Light: The Story of a Scientific Speculation, Pages: 177..178

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A Quote by Joao Magueijo on physics, einstein, and energy

When you put numbers into this formula [E=mc2] and perform a short calculation, the implication is that inside 1 gram of matter lies dormant an energy equivalent to the explosion of about 20,000 kg of TNT. [] But that's obviously wrong, isn't it? How did Einstein cope with this enormous contradiction? No worries, Einstein pointed out that we do not notice energy, but only variations in energy. I feel cold if thermal energy moves from my body into the environment. I feel my car accelerating if I push the accelerator pedal and burn fuel, thereby taking chemical energy from the fuel and converting it into motion. The tremendous amount of energy harnessed inside 1 gram of matter passes unnoticed because it is never released into the world; it's just like a huge reservoir of energy sitting inside a body, never making its presence known.

Joao Magueijo

Source: Faster Than the Speed of Light: The Story of a Scientific Speculation, Pages: 37..38

Contributed by: Laurie

A Quote by Joao Magueijo on physics, work, cosmology, cosmologist, theoretical physics, clarity, mind, silence, yin, play, travel, explorer, and vision

Thinking can be lateral or "sweaty". For the latter you're better off in an office and following a routine but for the former you have to be "out of your mind", so to speak. So although I recognize the merits of hard work, I find that my work goes stale if I don't go off wandering around the world every few weeks. My friends think I'm a gipsy, but that's when I do "part 1" of my best work.

Joao Magueijo


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A Quote by Albert Einstein on physics, relativity, intuition, music, perception, and inspiration

It occurred to me by intuition, and music was the driving force behind that intuition. My discovery was the result of musical perception.

Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)

Source: Einstein speaking on his discovery of Relativity

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A Quote by Richard Feynman on science, technology, and physics

We are at the very beginning of time for the human race. It is not unreasonable that we grapple with problems. But there are tens of thousands of years in the future. Our responsibility is to do what we can, learn what we can, improve the solutions, and pass them on.

Richard Feynman (1918 - 1988)

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A Quote by Freeman Dyson on science, technology, physics, universe, philosophy, and consciousness

Mind and intelligence are woven into the fabric of our universe in a way that altogether surpasses our comprehension.

Freeman Dyson

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A Quote by Joseph Dispenza on manifestation, reality, observer, desire, awareness, physics, and identity

We have to formulate what we want, and be so concentrated on it, and so focused on it, and have so much of our awareness on it, that we lose track of ourselves.  We lose track of time. We lose track of our identity. And the moment we become so involved in that experience, that we will lose track of ourselves, we lose track of time, that picture is the only picture that is real, and everybody's had that experience when they've made up their mind that they've wanted something. That's Quantum Physics.  That's Manifesting Reality. That's The Observer To The Full Effect.

Joseph Dispenza

Source: What the Bleep Do we Know!?

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