language creates boundaries. yes it does.
the physicist says that nothing can go faster than the speed of light. that means that it would take four years to go to the nearest star at the speed of light. to go to the farthest known reaches of the universe at this speed or less will take millions of years. vastly inconcieveable amounts of time to justify space exploration for a species that lives eighty years at best.
the language that we use to create these values is made up of math, physics and calculus that hasn`t changed much in centuries.
inside of the last century, with the emergence of quantum mechanics, the attempt to measure energy states of matter, we have seen new terminology that suggests a vastly different view of the makeup of space, time and matter it`s self. even hallowed values such as the speed of light and conservation of energy are coming under scrutiny from people tired of the restrictions of established physical restraints.
these people are developing new theories and ways of discussing concepts and asking why not instead of saying because........said so.
maybe the theories are wrong.
why would we question the theories?
we are seeing some strange things in the sky is why.
people are seeing lights, disks and other flying objects that are defying known laws of physics and are consistantly being seen, filmed and photographed doing what it is they`re not supposed to be able to do.
the reports of these craft are documented as far back as records go in history, but just recently the average person has had access to digital photography equipment that until about 5 years ago only the professional photographer could justify owning.
we now have an irrefutable digital record of these objects in the hands of the general population, and so it`s natural that a new language has to be developed to describe what is being seen.
anti-gravity, electro-gravitics, zero-point energy, cold fusion. all taboo and impossible according to the established scientific model. yet some if not all of these things are in trials in labs around the world.
we haven`t been able to see these things in action because science is big business. if conventional research funding (money you and i pay in taxes.) gets out of old school hands and into the cutting edge, where the new language is asking questions, then many people will lose high-paying research jobs. so they keep saying it`s impossible as the u.f.o.s fly by the window.
when we change our language we change our lives, our technology and the future of humanity.
when do we get started?
the moment we start asking how to do things, and believing we can find solutions.