When I took physics in university, I didn’t do so well. On the mid-term exam, I got what I affectionately refer to as the monkey score. Although it took a considerable amount of rough work to calculate the answers, we were only given five multiple choice options to choose from for each question. Now I’m more of a math geek, but it doesn’t take a university degree to know that if you had a monkey choosing the answers, the odds are that he would get one right answer for every five questions on average. That works out to 20% and… you guessed it, that was my mark on the midterm.
I managed to pass the course, but needless to say, physics was not my strongest subject. I know there are those, however, who just love physics and this post is dedicated to you. In this video, Chuck Missler discusses zero point energy (ZPE) as it relates to quantum and plasma physics. He notes that the speed of light is not a constant as most scientists believe and as a result, the atomic clock used to tick much faster than it does today. This is significant, because the atomic clock is used to measure the age of rocks, fossils and the universe. Since the atomic clock used to tick much faster, [Read more…]