AMAZING ARTICLES #4:
ANTIGRAVITY AND ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
"sooner or later, any valid theorem is going to be invalidated."
The hunt for extrasolar Planets using the Hubble Telescope is hotter than ever, and
results/inputs are perplexing. After analyzing 180 000 stars in the central bulge of our
Galaxy, the conclusion is: about
6 000 000 000 (six billion) Planetary Systems in Milky-Way have at least one
Planet as big as Jupiter.
Note, however, that the results follow just a brief investigation, meaning, a thorough analysis may increase
dramatically the number
of stars in our Galaxy having Planetary Systems. This data is coming from NASA, and it surely widens our
[Fragment from "Global Picture in News" October 5, 2006. © Corollary Theorems Ltd.]
Antigravity appears to be the golden dream of our
days--this is, if you read the available SF literature of the past 50 years
or so. Amazingly, our
Civilization is very
close to actually see antigravity implemented in a few useful applications. However,
in order to enhance the antigravity vector we need plenty of energy in strong, mobile, and compact power sources which
. . . we do not
The first and the most obvious question is: "What could we achieve with this great antigravity technology?
What good does it bring to us?" Well, the sad truth is, not
much, dear friends. Interstellar travel IS NOT performed with antigravity engines,
despite the hopes expressed by many past and present Science Fiction
writers. We need a lot more than just antigravity in order to reach other
stars--way, way more!
The only way we could achieve a lucrative interstellar transport technology is if we discover means to annihilate:
1. mechanical space
2. the inertial (mechanical) mass
The antigravity technology should bring us a little closer to understanding the
Subatomic Universe, and that is a very
good thing. However, as mentioned, the truly important problem is ENERGY. No matter what new, future, advanced
technologies our civilization is going to discover, a cheap and very strong source of power is going to be, for
many thousands of years, THE most important discovery.
The good news is, there is plenty of power--even electrical--around us; the bad news is, we have to find it! Now,
the new question is: "Is it that difficult to step over the existing mechanical
we know, so that we may discover
new and more powerful sources of energy?" Well, it depends
only on us. You see, for some period of
time, our Civilization has evolved as the Egyptian one. The World was ruled during those great days by the
Pharaoh, the offspring of the AMON RA [AMON or AMEN means
RA is the first and the only name given to our
Sun-star; Ter-Ra means "the third planet from the star Ra"].
Incredibly, those dear parents of ours have started their Civilization by chopping the stone, and they ended it
exactly the same, some 3000 years later! For 3000 years our Civilization was halted at a stand-by. No evolution!
Sure, they did built those pyramids, and the Great Pyramid is still an
exceptional technical wonder of our
but the Egyptian lack of social development, for 3000 years, is the most phenomenal aspect!
Some say the Egyptians used the antigravity technology to build their pyramids, and we are not going to deny that. It
is possible they did it--by themselves, or helped by THE OTHERS. However, that is not
that much important when we think of our
Egyptian Civilization--well, not very much. Anyway, we should learn something from those incredibly
"conservative" old Egyptians.
The idea is, we should dare to explore technical avenues that are today the realm of Science Fiction. "Aha!"
the critics would cry out lout, "So there is where you were heading!" Well, things are this way, dear
friends: our actual science is build on "mechanical theories" which simply do not take into
consideration antigravity, as if it doesn't exist. In fact, not only that antigravity is here, among us, but no atom
could exist without it--not even us!
We shall not insist on atom's structure and antigravity, because these subjects are
Peasant Ambassador, in MERCY, and in our future SF books. For now, just try to imagine what it means
for our science the
discovery of the antigravity vector: more than half of all physical laws we know, up to now, would have to be
reformulated. All previous scientific experiments would have to be reevaluated.
Fact is, sooner or later, that
technological revolution is going to become a reality, since it comes naturally,
following our social and technological development trend. In other
words, technical revolution results from our cultural evolution.
Anyway, more interesting seems to be another topic: "Which
country could develop the antigravity technology in the
near future on our Planet?" Antigravity, plus many other advanced technologies, requires that we take a
sharp corner in our scientific mode of
thinking--very sharp. There is no place for antigravity in the science we
study today, although IT IS here. It takes just a few years of intense, serious study to unveil it, and that may happen
in many countries today. The true beauty is, following the antigravity technology, there are many other avenues of
advanced technologies just waiting to be explored, and exploited. However, like it or not, all those great
discoveries are dealing with what we name in our SF books, the
Subatomic Universe, and
Natural antigravity is explained in
Peasant Ambassador, and everybody can read about it. Further from there,
people need to do some research, and then they should think seriously about what is missing in our physical laws. Try to
imagine that all we have discovered in terms of theorems and physical laws up to now is limited
"mechanically" to our Planetary System, system of coordinates.
Now, the sad aspect is, most of the Scientists today, and almost all those who became and will become the great
managers of our Civilization are capable, practical people, realistic, but
. . . they cannot see further from the
vast horizon of their office desk. Things happen, again, exactly as they did during the Egyptian
those extraordinary Egyptians could have reached the Planets of our
Planetary System 2000 years ago, but they preferred, instead, to develop
their incredible techniques in chopping the stone . . .
Yeah, the message is, all those advanced technologies are close, well within our reach,
only the great problem is
our mentality: it is still rooted into Paleolithic--did you think about it?
First published on April 19, 2005
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