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Here’s a list of all the strange ideas I’ve been developing over the last ten years. They do all sound fairly weird but they are based on solid evidence, scientific principles and sound logic (I think). Please note that I haven’t deliberately made them odd, it’s just a natural side-effect of trying to think afresh about a subject and accept the experimental evidence. It’s very much as Bertrand Russell once said: “Do not fear to be eccentric in opinion, for every opinion now accepted was once eccentric.” Click on their icons to go to the full article.
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Laser transmission from Sirius

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Why did the Dogstar Sirius, brightest star in the Northern Hemisphere and blue-white in colour, suddenly turn red and fiery during the era of Ancient Greece? How did it go red and then back to white again, for centuries? Why was its ‘flaring’ associated with epidemics and war throughout the Ancient World?

Ancient Astral Secrets

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Why are the Greek mythical stories so strange in their style of prose and content? Is it because they weren’t stories in the normal sense but Method of Loci (or Memory Palace) stories, designed so that the reciter of the story remembers a lot of detailed information about a particular subject? Were they Method of Loci stories to store information about star systems?

Evolution and tailored viruses

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Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution explains how species have evolved through random selection, through their genes being randomly altered and this change enabling them to evolve and develop. But evolution through random selection is an extremely slow process, far too slow to explain many stages in the development of important species on our planet, including ourselves. What if tailored viruses have been altering our genes instead?

The Influence Idea

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A serious paradox exists at the heart of our understanding of reality. The Law of Entropy states that all physical matter becomes more disorganised over time. And yet, Life exists and it makes matter more organised over time. How can we solve this glaring paradox and what do the solutions mean for our understand of life, the universe and everything?

The Tryptamine Key

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According to our scientists and religious leaders, the reality we see before us is the only reality; there is nothing else. And yet we experience another reality when we sleep. Also, many people have described very vivid realities they have experienced when taking DMT and Psilocybin. By strange coincidence, all these experienced-realities involve a particular type of molecule being dominant in our brains, the tryptamines. Is there a link between tryptamine and the realities we experience?

Equivalence and stars

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Many years ago, astronomers discovered that the stars in our galaxy are orbiting the centre of our galaxy much faster than they should, at least according to Einstein’s Relativity. To explain this discrepancy, cosmologists have concluded that there is vast amounts of matter in our universe that we can’t see, so-called Dark Matter. But repeated experiments have failed to detect any dark matter. Does this mean that this ‘conjuring trick’ is simply showing us that key assumption in physics are wrong?

The Great Pyramid and 2787 BC

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The Great Pyramid is an enigma but certain things are clear; it was built to a great level of precision and one of the shafts leading from its central chamber points directly at the celestial north pole, the only place in our heavens where a star can stay still. Why was the pyramid built this way? Was it to do with the very explanation given by the Ancient Egyptian as to the Great Pyramid’s purpose, to send the soul of their pharaoh to the stars?

Ghosts, blood and capacitors

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To solve the paradox of Entropy and Life existing together, we need to accept that non-physical entities (such as our own conscious selves) exist and influence physical reality. But this also means, logically, that ghosts exist too, since they are influencing minds without physical bodies. This fact leads to all sorts of strange but fascinating consequences, including one involving a very important ancient individual. To put it simply, what was the real purpose of the Ark of the Covenant?

Predictions of our future

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Our modern society officially regards all non-physical activity as impossible, including any ability to see remote places, sense friends’ situations, know we’re being stared at etc. And yet our very reality has to be a mind-influenced construction, according to quantum physics. If we do have the ability to sense remote events in space and time, should we be using them to view our own future and act upon what we see?
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