This article on Space.com includes five theories that explore the possibility of universes that exist in addition to our own, also known as a multiverse.
Scientists assume that space-time is flat and stretches out infinitely. If space-time continues to expand forever, then it must start repeating at some point, because particles can only be arranged in a finite number of ways in space and time. This is known as the infinite universes theory.
Hollywood has taken a cue from the cosmic weather. The newly released films and upcoming offerings have been shifting consciousness and reflecting the archetypal evolution unfolding at this critical turn of the ages. Here are some thoughts on why film is such an important and magical experience at this time.
This past week, at the "Towards 2013" Evolver Baltimore Party, the effervescent Teafaerie gave an inspiring speech about this highly anticipated moment in time. The response was so moving that she re-recorded the speech for anyone who missed it.
Check out the video below to see Teafaerie discuss 2012 and what she thinks about the theories, and how we can embrace what's next with dignity and vision.
Obama wasn't the only winner this past November. Proponents of public transportation gained significant wins at the ballot box.
There were wins in almost 80% of public transportation ballot measures. According to the Center for Transportation Excellence, 2012 has seen more transit related ballot initiatives than any other year in the past decade.
The following is an excerpt from from Chapter Twelve of Russell Targ's The Reality of ESP: A Physicist's Proof of Psychic Abilities (Quest Books, 2012)
An alternative digital currency system called “Bitcoin” has been developed as a community-driven open source project. Allowing instant payments to anyone, anywhere in the world, Bitcoin operates with no central authority. Instead, managing transactions and issuing money are carried out collectively by the network using cryptography to control the creation and transfer of money.
The tantalizing possibilities of technological telepathy, Tibetan psychic traditions, the mysteries of mediumship, and the universe as a giant brain, in this edition of Psi in The News.
[Action Alert] • The Belo Monte Dam project aims to destroy a significant piece of the Amazon rain forest, and displace the Xingu tribal community. The dam is being constructed so that the river bed can be mined for gold using gigantic floating platforms that will drill and suck the riverbed of all gold, destroying the ecosystem in the process.
Several writers of my acquaintance, such as Allen Ginsberg and Ed Sanders, developed the habit of keeping extensive files of press clippings on stories of personal interest. Noam Chomsky, we're told, does the same thing. An individual news report may mention something in passing that may seem secondary to the main narrative, but when multiple stories collected over time repeat the same seemingly secondary data, important patterns can become apparent.
Are you a music maker? Reality Sandwich is looking for original music to use for our newly launched podcast series. If you haven't already heard the inaugural RS Podcast episode, "The Phantom Machine Elf," check it out here. It features interviews with visionary biologist Rupert Sheldrake and Machine Elves 101 author Daniel Moler, as well as an Ayahuasca Monologue from actor Penn Badgley.
Let's gather together at DREAMTIME, featuring live music, beloved NYC DJ's, world-healing-meditation, yoga, workshops, interactive art, shamanistas, a tribe boutique, an art gallery, chill spaces, delicious organic food and community, to set our intention for the upcoming galactic shift.
Money as Far-from-Equilibrium Dissipative Structure and the Secret of Turning the Green Energy Blues into a Mountain of Gold Doubloons
Coral reefs are threatened across the world's oceans by seaweed. Scientists and ecologists have found a natural protection mechanism within the biology of the corals themselves. A study posted in the journal of Science has shown that a certain species of coral, Acropora nasuta, releases a chemical signal to attract the gobies species Gobidon histrio and Paragobidon enchinocephalus to the site of attack when threatened by a harmful seaweed.