Feb 222015

Look at the massive Earth quake that happened last year … just about the exact time of three planets aligning. Too much to be just a coincidence!

Dark matter might turn out to be just about everywhere; including right here inside the Earth’s atmosphere. It’s mass, when singled out, have no impact. But, just like waves in the ocean, as it gets pushed and shoved, it does interact in a more “violent” way with it’s surroundings.

It, also, might turn out that dark matter and dark energy are a single entity.





To be continued …

Feb 192015

Whomever has been watching the documentaries over the years about Egypt, Mayas, and other civilizations and/or cultures, cannot understand why those knowledges were not passed along to today’s “super evolved” homo sapiens.

Should those knowledges have continued on, we should be, today, a much better civilization.

What have destroyed us? Industrialization? Capitalism? Power hunger?

One of my memories as a kid, is the notion of civilization missing links. I haven’t heard anything about it for the past 30+ years.

To be continued …

Feb 162015

I have been giving a lot of though on this subject lately.


A few nights ago, while looking at the clear dark sky and seeing those little lights out there, I started thinking that maybe we have it all wrong.

The Sun is the very same Sun (with some variations according to the “dark spots” and other anomalies) every day and, these days in Florida (USA), clear sky afternoons, no one cloud to block the Sun “light” and, yet, 58 degrees Fahrenheit. And these temperate varies. Some days, in some parts of Earth, the very same Sun will make temperatures at floor level, to reach above 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

What is the difference? The climate!

The Sun is right here in our “back yard” and it was, I believe, the source for the calculations of the speed of light.

“Light, from the Sun, takes, on average, eight minutes and 20 seconds to reach Earth.” The speed of light is 299,792,458 m/s. That said, the Sun sits 149,896,229,000 meters (93.7 million miles) from Earth (500 seconds times the speed of light).

When they say “light travels” are they saying that ARTIFICIAL light travels? Like when you point a flash light and turn it on, the light from the flash light shoots out and, if there is no barrier, it will look like a “light saber” from the perspective of the person holding the flash light.

Someone looking, from some distance, directly into the flash light, will see just a bright spot. From a much further distance, nothing will be seen.

So, does the light stop traveling? You could sit there at that further distance for the rest of your existence and you would never be able to spot the flash light. So, does light have a limit on how much it travels due to the mass and power at it’s origin? Yet, if you use some kind of visual apparatus, let’s say, a telescope, you would be able to spot that beam coming out of the flash light.

Update (2015FEB17):

Now, did the light travel into the telescope? Of course not! Yet, the light from the flash light is there even if you are not looking into it. This, apparently, is a dilemma in quantum mechanics: “the Moon is always out there but, if you are not looking into it does it mean it does not exist?”.

The same analogy goes for fire pits. With that in mind, I arrive at my original line of thought: the Stars!

As a child, in science class, I was told that the Stars in the night sky are lights from long dead Universe corps; that those Stars no longer exist but their light are still “on-course”. That’s why we still see them.

Even Neil deGrasse Tyson, in a recent episode of “Cosmos”, repeated the very same line. He did not bother to “disclaim” it as “…some…”. He emphatically repeated the very same line.

A few months ago, however, the scientific community invited us to observe or follow the death of a Star nearby; which went supernova and extinguished within a few days. Gone!

So, wait a second: a Star much further than the ones I stare at, in the night skies, died and disappeared within 30 days and, yet, the ones near “home” have not been able to disappear in the past 50 years? Something does not add up.

I volunteer that I have no academic formal education in physics and all of my theories are based solely in my crazy (or not) thinking.

Apparently the distance of Stars from Earth are calculated based on the time their light take to arrive here. Really? Who was able to time a specific photon (will get back to this beast at a later time) from a specific star?

I will continue this a bit later …

Nov 102014

We have heard of people with photographic memory … of people that can remember long lists of words or numbers … people that can repeat every word on a specific page of a book, word by word, in the very original sequence.

Does it make them super humans? Well, we could accept that definition; after all, we cannot do what they can.

What do they have that we  don’t? Very possibly and yet to be discovered a larger “brain index area”.

The scientific community have published that we have temporary memory and permanent memory and, yet, at some specific time in our sleep, some of the temporary memory is converted into permanent memory. The rest is discarded or “overwritten” by new information.

Will continue later …

Nov 102014

How many times in somewhat recent past you’ve heard of people that is deemed to be “reincarnation”? There was a case, a few years ago (maybe over a decade) of a possible child being the reincarnation of a Tibetan monk.

Recently the scientific community documented the DNA TRASH: the part of the DNA that is just building information disregarded in the “construction” of the new being but is information that was passed on through generation(s). That’s why some blood line traits skip generation(s).

Could psychological trauma be embedded into DNA and passed on as “memory”?

Will continue later …

Aug 172014

To make it easy to understand my point of view, I am going to go slowly:


1. The Universe is thought to be around 14 billion years old;

2. The Solar System, where we live, is thought to be around 4.5 billion years old;

3. The speed of light is 300,000 km/s (kilometers per second);

4. To travel from Earth to the nearest Star would take 4.5 years traveling at the speed of light;

— That would require the ship to be able to contain life support of some kind for the entire trip

5. The Milk Way; our Galaxy, is thought to be 100,000 light years in diameter; and 30,000 light years in thickness;

— To travel from edge-to-edge, you would need to spend 100,000 years at the speed of light.

— To travel from bottom-to-top, you would need to spend 30,000 years at the speed of light.

6. The Milk Way is thought to house about 200 billion Stars and the closest one to our Sun is 4.5 light years away;

7. Life on Earth, per my understanding, took somewhere around 2.5 billion years to make us, the Homo Sapiens;

— Earth had to have the right “ingredients” arriving at the right time for the “life recipe” to emerge. And, yet, Earth, apparently, is located in the right spot within the Solar System to have made possible the “recipe” to work accordingly.

The chances of similar feat in another Star System is pretty much ZERO!


You, the reader, scientist or not, might argue that “space can be bent”; “worm holes can be used to travel”; “teleportation is possible”; … oh well, these are all science fiction.

You, the reader, scientist or not, might argue that there are more advanced intelligent civilizations out there. Oh, well, sure that you could believe that. But the chances that any possible advanced civilization was able to produce a ship that can travel for thousands or millions of light years with enough life support … within the past 14.5 billion years ….

And, yet, that lucky advanced traveler to find Earth …….



Mar 122014

Global Warming as a man made thing is a hoax! Global Warming is just a term that a proficient politician picked up and tried to make a case to put humanity into a halt momentum. Since then, interested parties have done their best to take advantage of the “phenomenon”.

Did you ever try to compare your size (volume wise) to the planet Earth? Now, gather 7 billion of you; all the vehicles in the word; all the industrial chamines; all man made poluting devices in the world together in the same spot. Do you have any idea how much that amounts to in comparison to the volume of Earth, our planet? My wildest guess is that all those together would not fill the State of Texas in the United States and, that, amounts to, I guess, 1% of the volume of the planet Earth.

Our planet, Earth, is a living machine that processes everything thrown at it and turns everything back into reusable product.

Yes, man has been making it harder for himself to live in this planet but the planet itself has not suffered with it. It will continue it’s course in it’s own history.

Natural cicles of the Universe and, in our case, natural cicles of the Solar System, has changed Earth since it’s creation. Man has been making records of changes since he started observing them. Yet, man has learned to take advantage of others by exploiting his knowledge and the lack of it in the others.

to be continued …

Mar 112014

“The visible Universe is about 14 and a half billion years old” … that’s how “far” the scientists can “see” out there. The measurement is based on how far out there a Star has been able to send it’s light back to earth.

Based on observations, the Milk Way, our Galaxy, is in the form of a spiral. Still, based of observations, it has been estimated that the Milk Way is 100,000 Light-Years wide and 30,000 Light-Years thick. It is estimated that our Solar System is located near the end of one of the spiral legs somewhere about 30,000 Light-Years from the center of the Milk Way.

All of this is based on observations and guesses or “theoretical” measurements. Our Solar System is somewhere around 287.46 billion kilometers in diameter or about 5.5 Light-Hours. For those who don’t know, a Light-Year is equivalent to 9.4605284 × 10e15 meters or approximately 9.5 trillion kilometers (or approximately 6 trillion miles). That is the distance in which light travels in one year.

The Voyager I; Nasa’s space probe, was launch on August 20th, 1977. On September 12th 2013, 36 years later, it was announced that it was venturing into interstellar space; meaning that it would leave our Solar System within a few years. “PASADENA, Calif. — NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft officially is the first human-made object to venture into interstellar space. The 36-year-old probe is about 12 billion miles (19 billion kilometers) from our sun.”

The closest known galaxy to us is the Canis Major Dwarf Galaxy; which is located 25,000 Light-Years from the Sun.

The closest star to our Sun is Proxima Centauri which is located about 4.2 Light-Years from our Sun.

Let’s do some math:

Voyager I “is venturing into interstellar” … at 19 billion kilometers from the Sun …

The Solar System radius (distance from the Sun to the edge of the Solar System) is about 143.7 billion kilometers …

It took 36 years for the probe to go from Earth to it’s current position …

That position is an extremely small fraction of a Light-Year ….


The scientific community cannot really estimate how big the entire Universe really is but “THE UNIVERSE IS ABOUT 14.5 BILLION YEARS OLD”.

The edge of the Universe is not known or cannot be seen or reached with current available technology!


The Universe is part of a MultiVerse (multiple universes)!

There are multiple universes in bubbles!

The BIG BANG THEORY describes the origin of the Universe.

Then, comes the STRING THEORY which, to describe the SINGULARITY of the BIG BANG, says


Singularity: single point … but, TWO OTHER UNKNOWN ………

May 062013


a) Expanding Sun and the real reason for the Earth getting warmer;

b) Expanding Universe: NOT!

c) Death of the Universe within the next 50 billion years: REALLY?????

d) Egyt: a 64,000+ y/o civilization. Actually, it might turn out that 64K is a very shy estimation.

e) Residual of Earth life somewhere within Orion’s Belt: a possibility!

Dec 262012

I am not a physicist; I do not even hold a college’s degree. However, over the past 30 years I have followed science and their “presentations”. Finally, I came to the conclusion that a non-scientist has to step in.

I used to see science as science and not religion … and I would like it to stay that way.


(originally posted on April 1st 2012 at 9:52pm)