Science Beyond Science Fiction

Black Holes may provide some clues to "realilty".For everyone who is SURE that reality is as one perceives it should know that physics may actually support this.

At the Quantum Level, some of the smallest building blocks of “reality” exist in a state that is only solidified as actually “happening” by being observed by a viewer. Without such viewer observation, these building blocks exist in all possible ways that they COULD exist, only to be solidified into one “real” state of being at the moment of observation.

How odd is that?

Also, the universe could actually be a 3D hologram projected from a two dimensional surface. Huh? No, not some flight of fancy, but based on mathematical calculations about black holes, those gravity-space-time warpers at the center of all galaxies. In theory all information about any object unlucky enough to be sucked into a black hole exists in two dimensions on the outer “surface” of one. Our view of “reality” may also be a 3D projection from a 2D surface. In this theory, space and time become one entity in blocks, reminiscent of how a jpeg graphic is made up of tiny pixels that combine to make the whole image. There would be tiny quantum fluctuations as these space-time blocks interact with each other. This is actually going to be put to the test by some scientists who have devised a way of detecting these fluctuations.

Imagine if they DO find such evidence? I have always felt that there is much, much more going on behind what we perceive as “reality”. So, I am drawn to studies in both physics and the paranormal. I wonder what is “out there” even as I write this post.

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After almost a decade, Jason the vampire rises again! Back in the late ’90s, the now-defunct website featured stories, graphics, even an early version of an online journal, all about Jason, fallen God, Lucifer’s equal, and undisputed Lord of the Undead, also featuring Lilith, dark Goddess of female vampires and other exotic beings. At the time, the site generated more than its share of controversy. With its over-the-top graphics and odd storyline, the website hit a nerve within the “Goth” community around the world. Some reviled it, others gave it awards and positive reviews. Ultimately, though, the creative cycle had run its course for me, and after entertaining and perplexing thousands of web visitors for over 5 years, I took the site down. Real life called to me, with real challenges as I worked to establish my career as a proper web designer/developer. Jason and his strange world became just an obscure footnote in the annals of Web history. And now? Well, the time seems ripe for Jason’s return to the now-ubiquitous internet. Vampires are more popular than ever. Jason can perhaps bring something a little different to the table. So, if you enjoy Gothic horror tales and are not turned off by the lurid, join the adventures of Jason and his cohorts!
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