People who chase lights-in-the-sky still lost in space
About four-and-a-half years ago, an article appeared about a potential scientific breakthrough, by a team of Hungarian physicists, pertaining to the fundamental forces of nature, of which four are currently known. The article posits the possibility of a fifth force.
A more recent article indicates that the same team of physicists may indeed have discovered the fifth force. And it’s notable that another physicist, at the University of California, not only concurs but points to the possibility of a “sixth, seventh, and eighth force.”
Not surprisingly, Billy Meier was told that there actually are “seven major forces of nature in the universe”. Nor is it surprising that he was told it in 2012, three years before the initial discovery and seven years before the recent, more conclusive findings.
Elementary, My Dear Earth People
Also, should we not destroy ourselves before then, stay tuned for the discovery of a new element – or two, 10, 30, 80, etc. – since Meier was also told, in 1989, that there are actually 280 basic elements in the universe, far more than the 125 we currently have identified.
Keep on Truckin’
While we’re at it, we may as well point out that the new Tesla Cybertruck is shown without side view mirrors, which reminds us of the approaching San Francisco earthquake, also foretold by Meier, of course.
The Sad State of UFOlogy
As previously noted, UFOs have become all the rage, not only among the “out there,” paranormal, New Age, disclosure, conspiratorial types but also among the rest of the, equally bored, populace who live much/most of their lives online and confuse their fleeting interest in UFOs with actual expertise.
So, I went fishing on Twitter, looking for a little interaction with some of the multitudes of people there who say they’re serious about UFOs:
I didn’t have to wait long until I was given this answer:
I hoped to encourage further discourse without discouraging the writer:
But, alas, even despite offering the comment below:
..there was no further response.
So, I thought, what better way to make myself feel better, than by offering you this cheerful, reassuring bumper sticker:
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Thanks to Dean, Christine, Robert and Annie for information.