Re: Theos-World Superstrings, Tantra, and Blavatsky.
Mar 22, 2002 11:29 PM
In a message dated 03/22/02 4:07:18 PM, email@example.com writes:
(snip - inconclusive non sequitur references)
>Superstrings are mentioned also in the chanelled Set Material, but
>for a good history of "zero point" energy atempted aplications see:
Is this another example of your sidewise, innuendo loaded and non sequitur
referenced pseudo "arguments by association" to make people believe that your
denial of everything you don't understand about science and theosophy has any
validity -- other than troll-like harping on the invalidity of theosophical
metaphysics and HPB's teachings about it, as well as my claims that
Superstring/M-brane theory seems to be getting close to at least verifying if
not proving their fundamental correctness?
To give at least some credibility to your apparently ersatz arguments please
quote what the "channeled Set(h) Material" said about "Superstrings" (now
M-branes) as theorized by reputable contemporary physicists. And, also tell
us what the above web site about unproved or phony perpetual motion machines
has to do with Superstring theories or "zero point energy applications"? I
didn't see any mention of those words in the above site -- nor even any
scientific data referring to such scientific theories or their (at this time,
speculative, although mathematically well grounded) potential applications --
which, incidentally, have nothing to do with "perpetual motion."
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