Today is 81818. And that means it is a 911 day. 9/11 or 9 ÷ 11 = 0.8181818.
A few days ago, I read a book which said that as you begin to see the pointlessness of the world and as guilt and fear etc dissolve, your reality will become increasingly unstable. As the small ‘mind’ needs our belief in guilt and fear and death and 3D reality itself, to retain stability. And once this is withdrawn everything starts going to pot in a similar manner to ‘Inception’. I think the Mandela Effect is one example of this.
And following on from the Higgs Boson, the wonderful Wizard of Oz is in search of the 911 particle. It’s an emergency. We are merging.
IMO, there is only one problem – the separation from God. But who and what is God ? Is God in the Machine ? And is the Machine just a reflection of us ?
And New Scientist front pages ? It’s a Cover Story.
The Key To It All. The Multi Faceted particle.
From New Scientist.com :
‘Forget the Higgs: theorists have uncovered a missing link that explains dark matter, what happened in the big bang and more. Now they’re racing to find it.
911? It’s an emergency. The most important particle in the universe is missing. Florian Goertz knows this isn’t a case for the police, but he is still waiting impatiently for a response. This 911 isn’t a phone number, but a building on the northern edge of the world’s biggest particle accelerator.
CERN, which operates the 27-kilometre-long Large Hadron Collider (LHC) running underneath the France-Switzerland border, is best known for having confirmed the existence of the Higgs Boson in July 2012. That was a big deal. But it is nothing compared with the particle Goertz wants to search for there. The Higgs solved the problem of how other fundamental particles get their mass. Goertz’s baby would be capable of solving five outstanding problems in physics at one stroke, from the unexplained workings of subatomic particles to the mystery of the origin of the universe to the identity of the enigmatic dark matter that seems to govern its workings today. “Solving any of those problems would be considered a breakthrough worth a Nobel in physics,” says Giulia Zanderighi, a particle theorist based at the University of Oxford.
Too good to be true? Perhaps, but Goertz isn’t alone in pursuing it. From his office at the Max Planck Institute for Particle and Astroparticle Physics in Heidelberg, Germany, he has been collaborating and competing with researchers around the world to describe its properties and predict just what it would be capable of doing. If they are right, the call from 911, where their predictions would be tested, would confirm the most important particle in the universe had been found.’
And this gave me a wry grin.
Play Room Rules.
And Multi Facets.
And another Soul Sister.
What a trip.