Wednesday, 11 March 2009

Who's Here?

The aether is pouring in and out of the Earth. The Earth, because of its mass, is a cold energy sink which distorts the aether field. This distortion is what we call the Earth's magnetic field. The magnetic field around the Earth is a torus shape. With a simple bar magnet we can see the cross section of the torus by sprinkling iron filings around a bar magnet. We think of this magnetic field as static, but it is actually moving so incredibly fast it appears stagnant. Life takes on a pretty surreal tangent once you start to question which part of the Universe is really here. Is the Universe the light show that we see, or truly, is it the stuff which we think does not exist?

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