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  1. afrknroots

    afrknroots Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    BLACKROOTS SCIENCE1

    FROM: The Wise Ones of old, the Teachers of True Science. The Originators of True Civilization.

    TO: All who desire a new perspective, and are tired of the old lies, and cannot understand what modern scientists are talking about.


    Here is an ancient perspective on physics and astronomy, using modern concepts.


    What is physics? It is the knowledge of the laws and principles of atoms and electrons.

    What is astronomy? It is the knowledge of the laws governing stars and planets.

    What is the difference between stars and atoms? Size is the only difference. The laws and principles are the same. Atoms and electrons are miniature stars and planets, and stars and planets are giant atoms and electrons. There is no difference except in size. The movements and revolutions are the same. The orbits are the same. The laws of magnetic attraction and repulsion are the same. Modern scientists want to keep the laws of atomic structure to themselves by cloaking it in a mystery. When I look up in the sky, I see the very same atoms they see in their electron microscopes. God put the stars out there for all to see who cannot afford the million dollar research microscopes, because the stars are what the atoms look like in miniature scale.

    The earth and the sun

    Would you like to stand on an electron? The earth is a giant-size electron. What is the nucleus of an atom?

    The sun is a giant-sized nucleus. The electrons of every atom orbit around their nucleus exactly the same way the earth and other planets orbit around the sun. If you don’t have a multi-billion dollar electron microscope to look at the nucleus, then look at the rising sun, and there is a perfect nucleus. Look at the earth you stand on, and there is a perfect electron.

    Our solar system is a giant atom. The laws ruling its motions are the same as for an atom. We stand on an electron called the earth, and lo and behold, the electron itself is made of electrons. Is the earth not made of atoms? Yes it is.

    And if the earth is an electron, then the electron is made of electrons. If the solar system is an atom, then the atom itself is made of atoms.

    Mystery solved.

    What is the fundamental particle of matter? It will never be found by instruments. Every atom is made of miniature atoms, themselves made of even smaller atoms, to infinity.

    No wonder modern scientists can never find the smallest particle. They keep discovering smaller and smaller ones as their instruments improve. But we don't need instruments. They'd be handy if we could afford them, but we don't need them. We only need our minds.

    Please digest this and let me know what you think. Then we may continue.
    All truth be known.
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    AUM Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Thank the Creator for your presence Afrknroots! ONE BIG SUGGESTION: Your MOST VALUABLE information that you have brought to Destee WILL BE OVERLOOKED IN THE OPEN FORUM. Post this precious SCIENCE on the SPIRITUALITY AND RELIGION forum so you can converse with like minds. HOTEP!!

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    WOW..... now that's droppin' Science!!! Thank's for sharing your knowledge brother.
     
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    afrknroots Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    thanks for the suggestion.
     
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    Afrknroots

    Teach on. You have a way with breaking down what seem to be complex subjects and making them plain. Kudos for that skill.

    Do share more.
     
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    BLACKROOTS SCIENCE2

    (Please read Blackroots Science1 and the following will be clearer)

    Blackroots Science2​

    The solar system and the atom​

    We already saw how the solar system perfectly models the atom. The sun is a giant nucleus and the earth is a giant electron, as are the other planets. The solar system is measured to be 7,900 million miles across, as far as the orbit of the planet Pluto. Our earth is measured at only 7,900 miles across. That makes the solar system a million times bigger than the earth.
    Let our minds make the obvious connection.
    If the earth is the same as an electron, and the solar system is the same as an atom, then we conclude that the proportions must be the same. In other words, the size of the atom compared to the electron must be the same as the size of the solar system compared to the earth.

    Solar system is to earth what
    atom is to electron​

    Same proportions, same laws, different sizes.

    If the solar system is a million times bigger than the earth, then the atom is a million times bigger than the electron.
    Is this true?
    According to modern measurements, the electron has been measured at about ¼ trillionth of an inch, and the atom at about ¼ millionth of an inch across. That gives a proportion of 1 million times, just like it is between the earth and the solar system. This confirms our intuition that the solar system is a giant atom, and the earth is a giant electron, and the sun is the nucleus.
    earth ---- electron
    + sun ---- nucleus
    = solar system ------ atom​
    As above, so it is below.
    Now our mind has been freed and we can proceed to investigate atoms and electrons by studying our own solar system. We don’t need expensive tools. We just need the knowledge that has been available since ancient times, when our Ancestors spent many nights studying the sky. They were looking at stars, but at the same time they were looking at the microscopic particles of matter. Modern astronomers and physicists separate themselves into two camps. In the ancient days, our Ancestors, as they built great pyramids and other monuments to study and chronicle the movements of the stars, knew that there was no difference between astronomy and physics. By studying astronomy, they learnt all about physics as well, because physics is the study of astronomy on a microscopic scale.
    As above, so it is below. That is the law of creation.
    Once we have a clear understanding of this law, we can use it to learn about the rest of the universe; how it was created, when it was created, what is its size and duration.
    All we need is our minds.

    (to be continued…)
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    BLACKROOTS SCIENCE3

    (please read Blackroots Science1 and 2,posted 8/30/04. The following is a continuation)

    Blackroots Science3

    The Universe
    If you have ever been far away from city lights, you’ll know that when we look at the starry sky on a clear dark night, we see countless stars covering every inch of the sky. But when we look at the sky above the earth, we see a vast emptiness between our earth and the nearest neighboring star.
    If we let our mind think about this, we realize that even though the stars seem close to each other far, far up in the sky, they cannot really be that close together. If they were, we would see stars in our own sky above the earth, as close as the moon.
    The truth is the nearest star to our sun is about 32 trillion miles away. This tells us all the stars above, even though they seem close to each other, must be separated by about the same distance as well. It’s like looking at the lights of a distant city. They seem closely packed together, but when I reach the city, I realize that there is plenty of space between the lights. Looking from a distance gives the illusion that they are close together. The same is true with the stars. Our intuition tells us that if we could travel to one of the many stars above, we would discover that it sits alone in the sky just like our sun, separated from its nearest neighbor by about the same distance of 32 trillion miles.
    This begins to give us an idea of the size of the universe. But let us continue with this thought. What can we consider as a model of the universe?
    The universe is made of countless solar systems. The earth is made of countless atoms.
    Solar systems and atoms are identical differing only in size.
    If the universe is made of star systems, which are identical to atoms, and the earth is made of atoms, which are identical to star systems, then the earth must be identical to the universe, only much smaller.
    As above, so below.
    Our mind concludes that the earth is a mini-universe. Its stars are the atoms that make it up.
    Here is the full cycle of creation. We start with the electron, then atoms, then the earth and other planets, then the solar system and other star systems, then the universe. That is going from the bottom to the top, the smallest to the largest, the beginning to the end.
    But a full cycle has the same beginning and end point.
    What does our intuition tell us?
    It tells us the beginning point, the electron, is the same as the end point, the universe. We have come full circle.
    The electron is a mini-earth, the earth is a mini-universe.
    As above, so below.
    How can we find out the size of the universe? By knowing the size of the earth!
    How many stars are in the universe? Same number as atoms in the earth. The law of creation is the same.

    (to be continued…)
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    BLACKROOTS SCIENCE4

    (Please read Blackroots Science1 thru 3, posted 9/4/04. The following is a continuation.)
    Blackroots Science4
    The Stars are separated from each other by about 32 trillion miles, according to modern scientists. We'll use this number to find out by how much the atoms in the earth are separated from each other. The proportion is the same, because the earth is a mini-universe.
    Let's look at this again.
    The Solar System is 7,900 million miles in size. It's separated from it's neighbors by 32 trillion miles. How many Solar Systems would fit in this distance if we could line them up from the sun all the way to the next star?
    The answer is: 32 trillion miles/7,900 million miles = 4,000.
    We may call this the proportion of separation.
    That means 4,000 star systems will fit in the distance separating two stars. How many atoms will fit in the distance separating two atoms?
    4,000.
    The same law applies.
    As above, so below.
    It's clear that most of the sky consists of empty space. The distance between any two neighboring stars is so large that it can accommodate 4,000 star systems, and yet there are only two stars in that whole distance. The rest is empty space. We may think of each star system as sitting at the center of a huge bubble of empty space 32 trillion miles across. It's like that with every star system throughout the entire universe, if our intuition is correct that all star systems are separated from each other by about the same distance .
    The same is true then for the earth and its atoms. Most of the volume of the earth is empty space, because 4,000 atoms can fit in the space between any two atoms.
    Now we must let our minds be free to think clearly. When we say that most of the volume of the earth is empty space, someone might ask , "why don't we fall through this empty space?"
    We can fall through the empty space between stars, but not that between atoms. These are microscopic spaces. The atoms themselves are even more microscopic, being 4,000 times smaller. That's what we mean when we say the earth is mostly empty space. The atoms are so tiny compared to the space between them that they occupy very little of the earth's total volume.
    So yes, the earth is made of mostly empty space just like the sky, but no, we cannot fall through.
    If the stars are separated by 32 trillion miles, by how much are the atoms separated?
    The proportion of separation is the same; it's 4,000.
    The size of the atom is 1/4 millionth of an inch across. Multiplying this by the proportion of separation , we get
    1/4 millionth inch x 4,000 = 1 thousandth of an inch.
    Therefore any two atoms are separated by 1 thousandth of an inch, just like any two stars are separated by 32 trillion miles. Now we are closer to finding out the size of the universe. We just have to find out how many atoms make up the earth, and that will tell us how many stars make up the universe.
    The law of creation has made an earth whose size we can handle and use to understand the universe, whose size we cannot handle so easily.
    (...to be continued)
     
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    BLACKROOTS SCIENCE5

    Please read Blackroots Science1 thru 4, posted 9/11/04. The following is a continuation.

    BLACKROOTS SCIENCE5​


    The size of the earth, the size of the universe.​

    How many atoms make up the earth? We can calculate the volume of the atom, since we know its size, and then calculate the volume of the earth, and divide the second by the first to find the number of atoms. But that would be incorrect because it would ignore most of the insides of the earth, which is mostly empty space, as we already saw. A correct way is to calculate the volume of this empty space, and ignore the volume of the atom, which is much smaller.
    Remember, the empty space between atoms is 4,000 times larger than the atom itself.
    Some people who are more mathematically inclined might suggest that we take both the volume of the atom and the empty space and add them together and use that number in our calculation. That would be right, the answer would be absolutely correct. But consider this: The atom is 4,000 times smaller than the space between atoms. If we ignore its size to simplify the calculation, it is exactly like someone saying, "I have $40 in my pocket", when in fact he has $40 and one penny. Ignoring the penny simplifies matters. A penny is 4,000 times less than $40, and can be ignored without affecting the final answer. Similarly, the atom is 4,000 times smaller than the separating space, and its size may be ignored for the sake of simplicity without affecting the final answer.
    I mention this now in such great detail because we will face this situation time and again when we begin to deal with larger numbers. Although it is possible to make 100% correct calculations, most of the time it's better to make a calculation that is 99% accurate for the sake of simplicity and understanding. Once understanding is reached, anyone can then go back and improve the accuracy of the calculation.
    So much for that.
    The empty space between atoms, as already said, has a size of 1 thousandth of an inch, which we change to miles, and get 16 billionths of a mile.
    It makes a volume of:
    16 billionths x 16 billionths x 16 billionths = 4 trillionths trillionths.​
    The earth is 7,900 miles across. It makes a volume of:
    7,900 x 7,900 x 7,900 = 1/2 trillion.​
    Dividing the second volume by the first will give us the number of atoms inside the earth.
    1/2 trillion/4 trillionths trillionths = 125 billion trillion trillion.​
    A very large number, to say the least.

    Therefore there are 125 billion trillion trillion atoms inside the earth.

    Now someone might be wondering about this matter of dividing volumes and not understanding how it gives us the number of atoms.
    Let us step aside for a moment and think of a common everyday example.
    A drop of water dripping out of a faucet is about 1/4 inch across. There's a cup shaped like a ball underneath the faucet, catching the water, or maybe there's a tennis ball there instead, with a small hole in it. A tennis ball is about 4 inches across (maybe smaller). The water drips until it fills the tennis ball. If you come in right at the end of this little experiment of ours, and you see the last drop falling in, and I ask you, "How many drops did it take to fill the ball?", how will you calculate it?
    You have to use volumes because the water, once the ball is filled, will have the same volume as the tennis ball. If you divide this volume by the volume of one droplet, that will tell you how many drops it took to fill the container.
    So here goes:
    A drop of water is 1/4 inch across. It makes a volume of:
    1/4 x 1/4 x 1/4 = 0.015625.​
    A tennis ball is 4 inches across. It makes a volume of:
    4 x 4 x 4 = 64​
    64/0.015625 = 4,096.​
    Therefore there are 4,096 drops of water inside the tennis ball.
    Now imagine the drop of water coming out of a tiny syringe needle. Let's say this droplet is only 1 thousandth of an inch across (of course, in reality the droplet is bigger, but you know where I'm going with this).
    Now these droplets coming out of the needle are dripping into a ball as before.
    A much bigger ball.
    In fact (surprise, surprise), the ball is exactly 7,900 miles across, the same size as the earth!
    How many droplets will it take to fill the earth-ball? Here goes again:
    The droplet is 1 thousandth of an inch across, which is 16 billionths of a mile. It makes a volume of:
    16 billionths x 16 billionths x 16 billionths = 4 trillionths trillionths.​
    The earth-ball is 7,900 miles across. It makes a volume of:
    7,900 x 7,900 x 7,900 = 1/2 trillion.
    1/2 trillion/ 4 trillionths trillionths = 125 billion trillion trillion.​
    That's how many droplets are inside the earth-ball. The tiny droplet represents the bubble of empty space surrounding a single atom. At the center of this bubble or droplet is the atom itself, 4,000 times smaller than the droplet in size.
    How many atoms are inside the earth-ball? Same number as droplets, because there's one atom at the center of each.
    Hence we conclude again that the total number of atoms inside the earth is 125 billion trillion trillion.
    How many stars are in the universe?
    (...to be continued...)
     
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