Friday, September 23, 2011

Are We Seeing The Darkness of Yavan (Greece)?

Particle might have traveled faster than speed of light

GENEVA – A pillar of physics — that nothing can go faster than the speed of light — appears to be smashed by an oddball subatomic particle that has apparently made a giant end run around Albert Einstein's theories.
Scientists at the world's largest physics lab said Thursday they have clocked neutrinos traveling faster than light. That's something that according to Einstein's 1905 special theory of relativity — the famous E (equals) mc2 equation — just doesn't happen.

"The feeling that most people have is this can't be right, this can't be real," said James Gillies, a spokesman for the European Organization for Nuclear Research. The organization, known as CERN, hosted part of the experiment, which is unrelated to the massive $10 billionLarge Hadron Collider also located at the site.

Gillies told The Associated Press that the readings have so astounded researchers that they are asking others to independently verify the measurements before claiming an actual discovery.

"They are inviting the broader physics community to look at what they've done and really scrutinize it in great detail, and ideally for someone elsewhere in the world to repeat the measurements," he said Thursday.

Scientists at the competing Fermilab in Chicago have promised to start such work immediately.

"It's a shock," said Fermilab head theoretician Stephen Parke, who was not part of the research in Geneva. "It's going to cause us problems, no doubt about that — if it's true."

Is the world of Physics dieing before our eyes? Physics as we know it is the Klippah of Darkness, which is rooted in the seat of the long unfinished business we have with Galus Yavan (Greece). The Midrash says the Darkness mentioned in the Torah on the deepest level, is the darkness of the Galus Yavan. In the battle of the geulah of Chanuka, all that was missing was the Mem Alef א'מ combo as was found in earlier redemptions: Mitzrayim (Moshe and Ahron) and Purim (mordechai and Esther). The Maharal says the final redemption will include the final Mem Alef, Moshiach Eliyahu, which the commentators have said, will be the missing Geulah Shleimah aspect of Chanukah. Chanukah has been a struggle through time, testing the Emunah of the Jewish People, to see if they can find Hashem in the universe, namely an atheist universe.

In these days,hashem and Moshiach is not to be found, and people are losing Hope. Perhaps Hashem is unleashing His real Darkness, to shroud the eyes of the atheist, introducing a darkness even greater than was in Mitzrayim. The Ramchal says, that the redemption will be greater than the days of Mitzrayim, and that in The End of Days, there will be total darkness before there can be Light, as one Malchus (kingship) can not infringe upon another.

Let the atheism of Yavan die already and their physics that will always measure short to the Truth of The Torah. As the Gra wrote in Kol Hator, Kabalah and science will one day join and show their achdus, and perhaps we are going through the death of science sheker (falsehood) that will lead to an "enlightened" universe.

If Science as we know it dies, perhaps scientists will open their minds for real: Geocentric reality? Torah science? Or to finally boldly go where no one has gone before: into Reality! Maybe this darkness will serve to usher in the Hidden Light that we have all yearned for for so long...A Light sewn for the righteous in the End of Days.

If anything less, add the plight of scientists to the other areas of darkness in the world...And maybe we are on the threshold of Geulah; if nothing else we will be living in a brand new universe, if not spiritually, then scientifically.

Unfortunately Scientists don't have the Ko-ach to start over, as what was the Madreiga of Esau? "I'm Tired!"

The Torah on the other hand, is just starting...and the words/science of Chazal are ready, present, and accounted for Sir.


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