Was the attack on the US inspired by ETs? Were the Twin Trade Towers turned to dust by super high-tech Alien ET technology? by Preston James There have been reports from low to mid level insiders that ETs may have been involved in the attack on America on 9-11-01. But no concrete smoking gun admissions with teeth or any serious credible evidence has been presented to back this up. Such an hypothesis of ET involvement is impossible to prove at this point but there are some indications pointing in that direction at least concerning the use of advanced super high-tech … Continue reading Were ETs involved in 911 ?
NEVER ENOUGH TIME: Synchronizing clocks is impossible to do in an infinite universe, which in turn undercuts the ability of physics to make predictions.Matteo Ianeselli / Wikimedia Commons In an infinite multiverse, physics loses its ability to make predictions. BY BEN FREIVOGELJUNE Physicists have always hoped that once we understood the fundamental laws of physics, they would make unambiguous predictions for physical quantities. We imagined that the underlying physical laws would explain why the mass of the Higgs particle must be 125 gigaelectron-volts, as was recently discovered, and not any other value, and also make predictions for new particles that … Continue reading The Crisis of the Multiverse
Jessica Thalia Cruz Menezes, who is eight months pregnant, at home in Recife, Brazil, 13 March 2016. The Zika virus has been rampant in the Recife region. Photo by Matt McClain/The Washington Post/Getty The Zika virus raises questions about our ethical obligations towards people who might or might not exist in the future by Dominic Wilkinson is director of medical ethics at the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. He is the author of Death or Disability? The ‘Carmentis Machine and Decision-making for Critically Ill Children (2013). He lives in Oxford. by Keyur Doolabh is an undergraduate studying a Bachelor of Medicine … Continue reading Which lives matter most?