Physicist: Universe May Be a “Strange Loop” of Self-Simulating Consciousness

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April 29, 2020

By Jake Anderson When it comes to cosmology, astronomy, and physics, there is no shortage of off-the-wall arguments and hypotheses. While new discoveries from the early moments of the Big Bang and quantum and particle physics continue to amaze us and fill in the gaps of our mysterious universe, there remains a stunning number of fundamental questions we still can’t answer. The most fundamental of these questions revolve around “why anything”…

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You Can Camp for Free and Dig for Your Own Crystals, Gemstones at This Mine Near Atlanta

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April 16, 2020

By Jade Small (TMU) — Gem and crystal collectors love nothing more than mining for their own treasures and North America has plenty of public mines to go digging. If you’re planning a trip to the South Carolina area, or just passing through, consider adding an extra day or two to your trip, if time permits, for a mining adventure that might have you heading home with some stunning gems…

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There’s a Mystical Forest in Belgium Carpeted With Bluebell Flowers

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April 16, 2020

By Jade Small  Photo Credits: Kilian Schönberger (TMU) — Every year around April to May and depending on the Spring temperatures, bluebells come into bloom in ancient forests, forming a magical carpet of purple beneath the trees.   The Hallerbos forest in Belgium, also known as The Blue Forest, is one of those magical and ancient forests famous for her yearly purple carpet of bluebells. Hallerbos is open to visitors year-round,…

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Antarctica Was a Rainforest During the Times of Dinosaurs, New Study

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April 7, 2020

by Jordan Davidson, EcoWatch A team of scientists drilled into the ground near the South Pole to discover forest and fossils from the Cretaceous nearly 90 million years ago, which is the time when dinosaurs roamed the Earth, as the BBC reported. The frozen continent was once home to a swampy rainforest and had average temperatures around 53 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the new study published in the journal Nature. The world than…

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Rescued Koalas Finally Being Released Back Into the Wild After Australia’s Bushfires

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April 2, 2020

“While they have coped well in care we are delighted to finally send our koalas home.” Written by Jade Small (TMU) — Australia experienced a long and devastating 2019/20 bush fire season which started with several uncontrolled fires in June 2019, reaching its peak in December and January. It was the worst summer fire season in recorded history. The impact on the environment and wildlife was unprecedented. Last week, locals—and…

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Physicists Are Building a Quantum Teleporter Based on Black Holes

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March 8, 2020

by Aaron Kesel, The Mind Unleashed A team of physicists plan to build a functional teleporter that aims to work like a bridge across two points in space using a simulation of two quantum entangled black holes utilizing quantum circuitry. University of Maryland researchers Christopher Monroe and Brian Swingle told Quanta they believe they can build quantum circuitry that would function similar to entangled black holes. According to theoretical research from a few…

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7 Suppressed Inventions That Would Have Changed The World

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January 9, 2020

by Suppressed Inventions TeslasPaul A. Philips The world is steeped in poverty with precious little in the way of humanitarian advancement because the ruling elite have suppressed a number of technologies that could have changed the world and created a utopia. Attempting to bring their innovations to the world at large the brilliant inventors of these technologies were given a hard time by the big boys of the ruling elite’s…

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Everything is Energy, Nothing is Solid

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December 23, 2019

This Universal Law states that everything in the Universe moves and vibrates – everything is vibrating at one speed or another. Nothing rests. Everything you see around you is vibrating at one frequency or another and so are you. However your frequency is different from other things in the universe – hence it seems like you are separated from what you see around you – people, animals, plants, trees and…

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Physicists Are Creating Lasers Powerful Enough to Rip Holes in the Fabric of Reality

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December 18, 2019

Jake Anderson, The Mind Unleashed People generally balk at the idea of scientists experimenting with and manipulating certain pillars of physical reality, whether that be gene splicing, artificial intelligence, or nuclear fusion. But in the last couple of decades, a new twist on this modern Island of Dr. Moreau-style narrative has surfaced in the form of scientists experimenting on high-velocity elementary particles (such as the CERN Hadron Collider) and other…

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