Sunday, September 25, 2011

The Complicated Rakiyah

Roll over Einstein: Pillar of physics challenged

GENEVA (AP) — A startling discovery by one of the world's foremost laboratories that a subatomic particle seemed to move faster than the speed of light has scientists around the world rethinking Albert Einstein and one of the foundations of physics.
If these results are confirmed, they won't change at all the way we live or the way the universe works. After all, these particles have presumably been speed demons for billions of years. But the finding will fundamentally change our understanding of how the world works, physicists said.
"We'd be thrilled if it's right because we love something that shakes the foundation of what we believe," said famed Columbia University physicist Brian Greene. "That's what we live for."

Going faster than light is something that is just not supposed to happen according to Einstein's 1905 special theory of relativity — the one made famous by the equation E equals mc2.
It is "a revolutionary discovery if confirmed," said Indiana University theoretical physicist Alan Kostelecky, who has worked on this concept for a quarter of a century.
Einstein's special relativity theory that says energy equals mass times the speed of light squared underlies "pretty much everything in modern physics," said John Ellis, a theoretical physicist at CERN who was not involved in the experiment. "It has worked perfectly up until now." And part of that theory is that nothing is faster than the speed of light.

Stephen Parke, who is head theoretician at the Fermilab said there could be a cosmic shortcut through another dimension — physics theory is full of unseen dimensions — that allows the neutrinos to beat the speed of light.
Indiana's Kostelecky theorizes that there are situations when the background is different in the universe, not perfectly symmetrical as Einstein says. Those changes in background may change both the speed of light and the speed of neutrinos.
But that doesn't mean Einstein's theory is ready for the trash heap, he said.
"I don't think you're going to ever kill Einstein's theory. You can't. It works," Kostelecky said. Just there are times when an additional explanation is needed, he said.
If the European findings are correct, "this would change the idea of how the universe is put together," Columbia's Greene said. But he added: "I would bet just about everything I hold dear that this won't hold up to scrutiny."

Perhaps the Universe is filled with complexity of Multiple Fermaments (Rakiyah) as described from Chazal in Mysah Bereishis discussions. In that case, you can watch the following video, that shows the debate about "Chazal" science. The Chazal student portrayed in the video, [although I dont agree with his dogmatic approach, all the more so I don't agree with his adversary], states his Chazal reference of the Rakiyah that is strikingly true, even more so now with a potential fall of Einstein: watch carefully at the 1:42 mark, and you can enjoy the age old debate: Chazal, science, and the pros and cons of both sides.
As I said, I agree with Chazal Science, yet I disagree with "not thinking things through." I brought this video because I do not know the source of the Gemara mentioned, it was stated in the video, and I found the video to be entertaining nonetheless. My personal belief is Chazal is totally correct,  but only in accordance with all sources present and accounted for, being dedicated to Torah itself and not with agenda/bias/ignorance...thereby illuminating both pros and cons to both sides of this argument. In any case, 1:42 minute mark resonates now louder than ever, to justify the Rakiyah issue, to modern day thought and Geocentrism within the FULL scope of Torah and the Sages.

Enjoy the video (1:42) Click Here

In that case, if Einstein is going down, then the cataclysm goes all the way back to before Newton in potential. With a consequence like this, you run into the Mercury issue when dealing with Gravity. The only way perhaps to truly deal with the world as we know it: Geocentrism, however to fully understand Geocentrism and not be deemed a radical, is to realize the great prospect for complexity within Geocentrism. Namely, perhaps Mercury does not move as well, making 2 stationary bodies in in our "Solar System." The answer can be quite simple: bring modern day physics and thought into the old school, and you have a perfect model of the universe.
This unique model is quite possible the way the Mayan calendar works, by viewing the universe with nothing more than, well, Einstein and relativity...just take it all the way to Chazal and you are in business....and it works...could 1 billion Neo-Mayans be wrong? Kidding aside, the Mayans were onto something, and the Pshat is that their calendar comes from the Jewish Calendar..thus the Jewish model of the universe including while excluding Einstein (a Jew) is the final solution..Bring in Kabalah and Daas Torah of the real Bereishis, and you are in business...
The true model of the universe, one where Emunah does not seap out with new discovery, is called Torat Moshe, a Torat Emet...its all thats left, its all there was, its all there will be. Maybe Science is on the Derech Etz HaChaim and are soon prepared to say the kiss of death to Atheism:
Hashem Hu Elokim and ALL the words of the sages are TRUE...when UNDERSTOOD as a Vessel of EMES.


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