A good computer program starts with a good specification. If the Universe were a computer program, it would need a specification. The specification outlined in this document is the starting point for the “common language” envisioned by Eric Dollard. This document will be continuously updated as the specification evolves. A specification is basically a compressed description of a system.
The Michelson-Morley experiment is often sited as PROOF that the Æther doesn’t exist. Whenever I have a conversation with someone (anyone) about “the Æther”, the first thing they say is: […]
I get lots of REALLY GOOD questions from my YouTube and Website viewers. I like answering questions because it gives me an opportunity to re-think what I am saying or […]
Adapted from this webpage. https://www.uua.org/re/tapestry/youth/bridges/workshop7/indra The OMniverse is filled with a vast and intricate net, non unlike a spider’s web, that stretches out infinitely in all directions. At each intersection […]
Here is a version of the poster showing two spherical particles with their centres separated at a distant. This corresponds to charge separation. Here is a version using the […]