Thursday, 8 April 2021

Scientists find “strong evidence” for new mystery sub-atomic force of nature.

"In string theory each 'note' on a string is a particle and physics, in turn, is the laws of harmony that describe these vibrations, Michio Kaku said in an interview with MailOnline.

"'Chemistry is the melodies we can play on these strings, which can bump into each other. The universe is a symphony of strings. And the mind of God, that Einstein struggled with for so long, is comic music resonating through hyperspace.'"



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  3. I would suppose that some who read with interest entries on this "blogspot" would also have encountered Miles Mathis (MM [no ampersand]).

    MM published at least two papers dealing with "string theory".

    I highly recommend both as antidotes to that posted!

    1. Many thanks Alan.

      - Aangirfan

    2. Umm, this is the same Miles Mathis who has proven that π is 4.

      Wanna know more on the life of π? Maybe just read up on the works of Archimedes, Al-Khwarzimi, Zu Chongzhi, Van Ceulen, Wallis, Newton, Euler, Ramanujan, Liouville, Roth, Salamin, Brent.

      Nonetheless Miles does actually make good points about the corrupting influence of money on research in fundamental physics and about self-serving untestable theorizing.

      Happy birthday, Euclid.

      18:30. Press return.

      18:33. Press return.