Saturday, July 16, 2005

Looking into the quantum vacuum

Anyone else see this?

Something nags at me about it, like it's time
to start some serious study:

Even though science had to accept and has
accepted the concept of a quantum vacuum it is
not scientific main stream yet. - An avalanche
does not start out full size. A little snowball
can trigger an avalanche that is growing in speed
and force as it is thundering down a mountain
slope sweeping away everything in its way.
Likewise, the science of the quantum vacuum will
rapidly become ever more important and ultimately
it will eclipse everything conventional science
has to offer. The quantum vacuum is the last
great frontier of science. The above examples
give but a modest glimpse of its possibilities,
which are endless.

While reading the rest of this, realize that we're
all just hogs looking at wrist watches here,
including the author with his incessant referrals
to the "spiritual", remembering what Arthur C. Clark
said about it: "Any sufficiently advanced technology
is indistinguishable from magic".

The article.

There's something going on there.