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God May Not Be the Theoretical Higgs Boson: SHE May Be the Already-Discovered Weak Force

Dickey Eason

Dickey Eason

We all have our ideas about how the world and universe work. Some of us see the hand of “God” in everything. Others are atheists or agnostics—still others are guided by spirituality. But no matter where we are on the “believe” spectrum, most of us see a rather benign universe. By that I mean that we do not see specific forces struggling with one another in the cosmos once we get away from earth, which is interesting to me. We see conflict and battles on earth but not in the rest of the universe.

We view it much as we do a documentary—no plots, no dynamics—just an intriguing show. We look at ourselves—human life on earth—as being the real show. But that separation has, I believe, caused us to distort our perceptions of the Big Picture. I think if we start seeing the natural conflicts that exist in the universe, then we might start the process that leads to fewer human conflicts on earth.… Read the rest

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The IMPACTS Concept: A New Way to View Human Society and Human Civilization

The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics rules the universe. We like to think we are immune from it—that we live and exist in a “special” place—but we don’t. On second thought, we might live in a special place in the universe but we are not immune from the 2nd Law, no matter where we are. Everything that happens is doing so against that backdrop—or perhaps because of that backdrop. The 2nd Law says that concentrated energy will disperse (break down) if not hindered from doing so. Entropy is the state of the disorder that follows.

Within that 2nd Law reality, there appear to be 2 major forces with opposite ways of reacting to, or dealing with, the 2nd Law. The male force, represented by the proton, is pulling inward, trying to accumulate all that it can. A black hole at the middle of a galaxy might be the ultimate expression of male energy.… Read the rest

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The IMPACTS Concept: A New Way to View the World and the Universe

Dickey Eason

Dickey Eason

I cannot find the author of the following quotation so I extend my apologies to him or her, but it is too valuable to be left unsaid: “The assumptions that are the most pernicious are the ones we don’t know we are making because they appear so intrinsically obvious.”

What assumptions are we making that may be preventing us from seeing a more realistic reality? Remember the flat-earth assumption? The earth is the center of the universe assumption? How about that some races or groups are superior to others? Incorrect assumptions distort reality, limit potential, and maintain the status quo. More accurate knowledge of the foundational dynamics involved in the world and the universe can help free human beings in many ways.

Plato thought there were two realities, the everyday world and the “ideal” world which existed in an unknown realm. I think there are two as well–the everyday world that we have come to know, and the world where the true dynamics are at work.… Read the rest

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