Advancements in science often bring with them technologies and methodologies that were unthought-of beforehand.  Here are 7 mind-bending applications of this new, emergent, scientific revolution.

  1. Energy Crisis – the biggest issue we face as a generation

With the ability to harness even a small amount of energy from the vacuum (by understanding the universal spin mechanics of the proton and applying that knowledge to engineering), we have the potential to resolve the global energy crisis in one fell swoop.  Utilizing this new energy source gives us the ability to render combustion technology obsolete.  Meaning, no more burning coal and oil to harness energy.  While at the same time, we will open the door to a new era of galactic space exploration far beyond the capabilities of rocketry (another form of combustion technology).

Currently, with TESLA developing the Solar Roof, Powerwall, and three types of electric vehicles, we are well on our way to a clean, sustainable energy future.  However, solar electricity and electric transportation do not expand our reach out into the stars the way the scientific revolution can.  

  1. Environmental Crisis – we only have one planet

Many of the environmental issues stem from our current, outdated, even “Jurassic” energy technology and infrastructure.  I use the word Jurassic because coal and oil are literally from the Jurassic period – hence the term fossil fuels.  Old sunlight that was captured by plants and then stockpiled for millions of years turned out to be an energy-rich resource we call coal and oil.  However, there is a limited amount of this energy source in the ground, and yet, we are burning it with no regrets.  We need a rapid scientific revolution with one giant leap forward technologically if we are to break this habit and clean up our planet’s environment.  The good news, this time has arrived!

  1. Universal Recycling – there is no such thing as garbage

Another big cause of environmental crises is our inability to implement universal recycling.  Yes, our society currently recycles, and this trend is increasing.  However, with the energy cost of recycling everything we discard, it just doesn’t make sense financially.  In other words, it is often more cost-effective to make products with new materials than to make products with recycled ones.  Once we understand universal spin mechanics to harness abundant clean energy day and night, we will have the ability to recycle all discarded materials in a cost-effective way.  This scientific revolution means a new era of universal recycling – there is no such thing as garbage.

  1. Economic Instability – we can all thrive in an economy based on abundance and cooperation (not scarcity and competition)

ENERGY is at the very foundation of our economy.  Without ENERGY, we cannot manufacture anything. Without ENERGY, we cannot transport goods and materials. Without ENERGY, our modern society will become a thing of the past.  Energy is fundamental to the economy but our current energy infrastructure creates instability and vulnerability in many ways.  Opening the door to abundant clean energy technology via scientific revolution, we will be given the opportunity to build an economy around an energy source harmonious with the laws and mechanics of nature.

  1. Gravity Control and Space Travel – it’s time for spaceship technology

One of the grandest implications of this scientific revolution is our potential to understand and control gravitational fields for transportation.  To put this into perspective, 200 years ago there was the unification of electricity with magnetism, creating the field of electromagnetism, and thus our modern electronic world came to be.  If we told laymen in the 19th century about cell phones and satellites, they would probably not believe or they would find it difficult even to imagine such devices.  Similarly, the next unification in physics involves a new understanding of gravity and the possibility of controlling this force.

  1. Living in Space – the next great adventure

With the ability to harness and control gravitational and magnetic fields, as well as abundant clean energy throughout the entire galaxy, we open the door to spaceship technology capable of sailing the open sky like a sailboat, boundless in our quest for discovery and adventure.  Currently, we use rockets (or combustions technology) to travel into outer space.  However, rockets are very limited in their range and capability because we can only bring a limited amount of fuel to burn.  Uncovering “universal spin mechanics” gives us access to a new energy source throughout the entire universe.

  1. Universal Connection – we are all one

One might be thinking, “I don’t want to live in space, I would be so lonely and disconnected.”  Based on the way we look at the universe now, this may be true.  The crux of this scientific revolution is overturning the “isolated system fallacy.”  To paraphrase the physicist N. Haramein, let’s ask ourselves, what is the only thing in the universe that connects all things?  Can you point to one thing that connects everything in the universe?  To answer this question, you must point to the empty space that is between all things.  “Empty space” is between all galaxies and planets and between all protons and electrons.  It’s between you and me, it’s between everything.

The cool thing is that this empty space is by no means empty at all.  In fact, it’s full of energy!  Also called “the vacuum” referring to vacuumed area of empty space where there are no particles of matter, this empty space is not empty, rather it is completely full of energy.  This omnipresent energy unites us all far beyond any possible distance scale.  In fact, we are all connected, everything is connected in the entire universe, always.  

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