daverupa wrote:You both appear to have a very inaccurate understanding of astrophysics & nuclear science..
Well, I am feeling dizzy seeing you up on this high pedastal getting quite pedantic and all!
In classical sciences you think you are just a PASSIVE OBSERVER
quietly noting, understanding and theorizing the universe. However, you are not a passive observer.
The particles that form the universe only comes into being the moment your consciousness begins to observe. The moment your consciousness looks the other way the particles change into a wave of light. In effect your consciousness becomes an ACTIVE OBSERVER
changing the reality itself.
Observe here wave/particle duality. The observer changes light into particles.
That renders Astrophysics, Nuclear Science and indeed all classical material sciences irrelevant. They are irrelevant because the material you observe are manufactured by your own consciousness. At all other times the entire universe is a single field of light. Does that ring any bells in Buddha's teachings?
How does this impact Cameron and you.
Imagine an artificial world created in a Virtual Reality (VR) machine. You wear the VR goggles and sign-in into this world as daverupa
. The sign-in creates the universe as you know now. The VR machine creates the universe when your senses are awake and observing. It times-out and idles when you aren't.
The VR experience take a toll on your consciousness. How you logged into the session is soon forgotten.
Cameron does the same. He signs into the machine as Cameron
. Although for some reason he does not forget the moment he logged-in. He even remembers how he was a different Avatar in a previous VR session.
There is nothing outside of the machine according to your own senses. The Astrophysics, Nuclear Science you understand are relative to this delusion of the VR machine that your senses mimic. The VR machine in reality is called the time-space continuum.
So in effect you are like a frog stuck inside a well. Although you are croaking like a pundit when what you know is quite petty and irrelevant.
Jim Tucker and his friend Cameron gives you a glimpse to what is outside. If I were you I would stand up and take notice.