Fringe Science fiction author: energy condition may be partly faster than light
Tuesday, February 05, 2002 10:09:00 PM
by George LoBuono
|Alien Fringe Author Argues that Energy Condition of the Entire Universe My be Partly Based on Faster-than Light Transitions
According to the author, the title novella in Alien Fringe, a new e-book of short fiction on SynergEbooks.com, may be the most intricately researched story about the alien mind and alien telepathy written to date. "I've spent years studying 'actual' cases of the sort, plus the weird physics of faster-than-light re-dimensionings," says George LoBuono, the author. "Albeit an unusual subject, the coverage that such topics receive in global news media has grown increasingly serious." (See CSETI's Disclosure press conference at the National Press Club on May 9, 2001 --at www.cseti.org)
"As I was writing this book, I was told that parts of it could never be published--the similarities between certain characters and figures of the American political underworld, the free-ranging discussion of black holes, and, (believe it or not) the less-than-flattering portrayals of certain extraterrestrials. In a larger sense, a novella like (the title story) wouldn't have been read with such seriousness just five years ago---the public wasn't convinced that extraterrestrials were real then. The 21st century is different, apparently, more open-minded.
"The truth is that certain less well-known facts of science are much weirder than science fiction. For example: every day, in everyone's lives there may be faster-than-light re-dimensionings. When electrons 'tunnel' down through semiconductors they reportedly disappear from one side of a non-conducter barrier and then reappear, instantaneously, on the other side (it's the basis of our computers). Also, in what is called the Einstein Podolsky Rosen effect particles appear to 'communicate' across vast distances--instantaneously.
Better yet, in recent decades, Kaluza and Klein, two of Einstein's contemporaries, have been re-visited by what is called string theory. Kaluza and Klein argued that all light (electromagnetism) was simply the manifestation of gravity in a fifth dimension. In short, it was a multi-dimensional theory about deeper dimensional changes occurring with every single waveform that we see.
This seems to suggest that the very existence of energy, itself, is premised on a tightly interacting range of extra-dimensional fluctuations, like black holes appearing and disappearing on a tiny, tiny scale before they can be witnessed with our technology. For example, Col. Tom Bearden, a retired Navy electrical engineer, describes US government technology in which "destructive interference of electromagnetism (presumably converging along the x, y and z axes) bleeds into electrogravity," and, conversely, "destructive interference of electrogravity bleeds back into electromagnetism." Bearden's web site discusses electrogravity at length.
If such is correct, what Bearden describes would agree with Kaluza and Klein, and would also agree with what two PhD's, Lawrence and Roman, described in the Jan 2000 issue of Scientific American: destructive interference of lasers bleeding into "negative energy," much as Bearden says. Whether this new reciprocity underlies the energy of all quantum interactions, we may come to know in the future.
At the very least, such theories point to a kind of communication between disparate ends of the universe, connecting the large scale to the small scale yet mediated through a kind of "negative cycle" (negative energy) that underlies electrogravity.
Author's note: "I suspect that future scientists will argue that Einstein's most basic mistake was to assume that there was but one type of gravity, to (unwittingly) ascribe a singularistic character to that which is profoundly extra-dimensional.
"Weirder still are reports about electrogravity and reverse-engineered alien technology. *I'm not making this up; there are hundreds of current and former defense, NASA, and other officials testifying to this effect.
"21st century writers should prepare us for fast bursts in the evolution of human thought. We need to open the human mind to extra-dimensionality, to prepare for the near-future's alternative identities, its electrogravitic and psychotronic technology; plus the new social forms, if not the very nature of mind within an extraordinarily intelligent universe."
According to the author, Alien Fringe includes other "exotic" literary shorts. A summer 2001 best-seller on Bookmice, it is now published by SynergEbooks.com
George LoBuono grew up amid the rivers and hillsides of the Midwest, then moved to Northern California at age nineteen. There, he planted redwood trees amid clear-cuts and was stunned by the damage done to the few remaining slivers of ancient forest. After a few false starts at writing, he returned to college to do graduate study in history and did free-lance reporting, then began to write poetry and short stories. He spends much of his time reading and exploring the implications of both the new physics, plus an emerging global commonality of law and shared resources.
Author quote: "My life has been one of unexpected surprises, sharply defined by the before and after of travels to other countries, the beauty of love, and a rigorous introduction to the seemingly impossible. In all that we do, there is much more than meets the eye. Ultimately, our limits are self-imposed, often illusory."
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