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. cjcalleman wrote: ()
Date: August 14, 2020 10:40PM

" " Yes, certainly science has been industrialized in the past hundred years. Before 1920 science was conducted by oddballs who were committed to the truth and sometimes had strokes of genius. But somewhere around that time scientists became part of great commercial interests and so wanted to have the chance to earn a decent living. And since then very little has actually happened in science in terms of all-encompassing theories. Meanwhile probably millions of scientists globally speaking are focusing in on small details that they are paid to do superficially making it seem as if scientific knowledge is advancing. This army of researchers will then through the economic role it is playing try to block major paradigm shifts that may rock the boat. What I have presented through my work is such a fundamental paradigm shift that will then be up against a lot of resistance both from professional scientists or the many alternative researchers, who generally finds it in their own best interest to ignore it rather than discuss it.
" "
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A predictable descent into the politics of straw-men.

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cjcalleman wrote ()
Date: July 28, 2020 06:13PM

Well I actually did meet Karl Pribram briefly in 2014. What however I think is missing in both
of his and Bohms holographic models is a source. There is no explanation to what the waves
are that are creating the holograms. This is what I am providing in Macrocosmic Quantum Theory.
An excellent interview with me that brings this up is from Science:

[www.spreaker.com]

Best
Carl " "

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By an act of sheer homo- whichever-version (see CJC's classifications) will, most of the above linked "excellent interview" was endured.
A very softball interview by an over-caffeinated millennial, of a glibious Dr Carl Johan Calleman.
To be brutally honest, it was hard to decide who had the most vacuous world view.

The gist of the interview revealed a few notable points: Carl's cognizance of the readily apparent periodicity in the cosmos, his obsequiousness at the alter of Bigbang
and a truly wonderful mastery of new-age jargon.

A lot of vital world myths were hyper-reduced down to an unexplained sine wave graph, a number of popular theories were virtually plagiarized, and throughout, perhaps The most mis-used term in "modern science" today (which Carl claims to have far transcended), that being " Quantum", is serially abused in a blatant pursuit of popular appeal.


Not surprising that the actual AoM bailed on this thread long ago.


Yve was on point as usual....



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 15-Aug-20 18:10 by seasmith.

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