The famous scientist admitted that had contact with aliens

November 18, 2012 21:20

Jack Sarfatti

Recently, the scientific community has been plunged into shock admissions made by the American scientist Jack Sarfatti — one of the most authoritative experts in the field of quantum physics. According to physics, impulse, awakened his scientific curiosity, had contact with an unknown reason, happened in the adolescent years.

— I was warned — admitted physicist — that my revelations could be very damaging to me in the opinion of colleagues. However, I am a serious scientist and used to be in all sincerity and truthfulness.

I am convinced that a person engaged in science, may not obscure the objective facts, deceitful to their conscience for the sake of public opinion. If we are not able to explain some things, it does not mean they do not exist.

"Special person" in science Jack Sarfatti was born September 14, 1939 in Brooklyn (New York) in a poor family of Italian Jewish Sarfatti Chaim and his wife, Mildred. After high school, a talented young man receives from the Italian charity grant for continuing education. In 1960, he became a bachelor of physics, his diploma from Cornell University under the direction of Hans Bette, who became the winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1967.

In the years 1967-71 Sarfatti taught physics at several American universities, then some time at universities in London and then at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, then the wave of recognition returned to the States.

In science Sarfatti occupies a special place. From the beginning of his scientific work was distinguished by sharp focus against the established beliefs, their own vision of contemporary problems. He always opposed the division of science and humanities, regarding them as a single entity and calling physics "philosophy of modern science."

His interests unusually wide: here and theoretical basis for psychic phenomena, and quantum physics, and the problem of the expansion of consciousness and ways of prolonging life, and the future of space exploration. Sarfatti offered his solution of the famous Bell's theorem, assuming the presence of sub-atomic particles have special telepathic connection (traditional physics, shied away from words such as telepathy, parapsychology, and so on, cautiously called the nonlinear coupling). According to him, the unidentified flying objects, whose very existence of many scientists — taboo, which is outside of scientific interest — the messengers of the future, it is terrestrial aircraft, but operating on the principles, yet unknown to man, because they belong to the time that yet to come.

One of the favorite ideas Sarfatti — the idea that our future is determined by the present. This provision, for seditious traditionally minded scientist, as puts on his head all our notions of cause-connection fits perfectly into the system of scientific constructions Sarfatti. In this regard, they do not remember the words of the great Niels Bohr that crazy ideas do not reject science. The only question is whether there is enough crazy idea to be interesting for science …

Great crazy history of mankind shows that all great ideas, and then served as the basis for the rapid advances of science and technology, contemporaries greeted with hostility by declaring them non-scientific, fantastic, if not delusional. Thus, in 1860, Professor Poggendorf argued that it is impossible to transmit the human voice at a distance by means of electrical signals, and the phone is considered "a mythical idea, as the unicorn." Millionaire JP Morgan, seeing as the phone, its inventor, Bell wrote that the device is "not profitable."

In "Misses critics" R.Dunkan writes that in January 1906, the magazine "Scientific American" refused to publish the report on the first flight of the Wright brothers, calling it a "canard."

In 1933, a brilliant physicist Lord Rutherford called the release of nuclear energy, "utter nonsense." And in June 1945, Admiral Lee said that the Manhattan Project was "the greatest folly of all that we kogdalibo committed. This bomb will never explode. I say this as an expert in explosives. "

A month later exploded the first atomic bomb.

In 1945, Doctor of Physics W. Bush claimed that no missile can not fly more than 3,000 miles, and in 1960, Dr. Richard Woolsey assured us that space flight — is "absolute nonsense." In 1957, Sir Harold Spencer Jones, the famous astronomer, wrote in the "New Scientist" that "will take generations before man landed on the moon." After 12 years, Neil Armstrong walked on the satellite of our planet.

Mom's victory But we digress from the topic. So what happened to the future physicist Jack Sarfatti in adolescence? — In 1952 — says Sarfatti — when I was 12, the phone rang. In the tube, I heard a strange metallic voice.

The stranger introduced himself onboard computer UFOs and politely asked if I would like to talk to strangers. They are going to teach me some knowledge and asked me for permission. I was given the freedom of choice. I remember, on the back I ran shivers. It was scary, but also very interesting. For a moment I doubt crept in: what if it's some sexual pervert? Any type that is going to kill me? But in the end I said "yes." I was a boy, and the possibility of such an amazing adventure was stronger.

Then I ran into the street — we were living in Brooklyn. Mother was not home.

I ran to my friend and shouted, "Hey, I just called a flying saucer! Let's go to me! They are already on the approach, they're going to get through the window and take me with you. " We were sort of "bad kids," gang boys almost the same as in the film "The Sandpit Generals". We went upstairs, and, of course, nothing happened.

Offended Jack thought of him cruelly joked. However strange calls have not stopped. Jack's mother later claimed that there were at least a dozen.

— Yes, my mother remembered it well — continues Jack. — I happen to have forgotten a lot. Mama said that for several weeks, during which time they called me, I wandered around absently, and acted so strangely that she was concerned about my health.

One day she went to the phone and heard the appeal of the computer itself. Metallic voice did not make any impression on her. She said sternly, "Leave my boy alone! So I do not hear any calls. Otherwise, I will take their action. "

My mother, a strong personality, its say a flying saucer, or God knows what. That's all over and done with — computers we no longer call.

Sarfatti does not remember what he had been told the aliens, but I am sure that the information has played a significant role in his career. He never lost the sense that the source of his scientific ideas, especially regarding mental phenomena are related in some way to these childhood experiences.

After many years, Jack Sarfatti decided to Bell's theorem, to his credit a number of important discoveries in quantum physics. And the beginning of everything put creaky mechanical voice which sounded once in the early years in the slums of Brooklyn …

All in all, What is the essence of Bell's theorem, which was solved by Jack Sarfatti? If a simple and short, any particle in the world carries information about all matter in the universe. That is, everything is connected to everything. Such a concept of the world existed long before the birth of quantum mechanics and Bell's theorem, for example, in Buddhism. By the way, the fathers of quantum mechanics tells us that their "new physics" has similarities to Eastern theology.

Bell's theorem admits esoteric phenomena and parapsychology. It is possible to predict the future and supports the theory of torsion (information) fields, which intensively in our time by a small group of scientists, but it is not accepted by orthodox science.

Sarfatti convinced that the theorem is a discovery that may be jumping to unite religion and science.

Why is all of 38 years of existence theorem "big science" marking time? Most scientists say either that "Bell's theorem is proved … but not true", or tend to the "Copenhagen interpretation", which states that most of the discoveries of science — it is not the real world, but how we see it or want to see.

"Copenhagen Interpretation" was developed by Niels Bohr and his colleagues in 1926-1928. Attitude to it is also ambiguous: it is difficult to find two scientists who have treated her the same way. In principle, the "Copenhagen interpretation" — the last refuge of the Orthodox, when they need to deny anything strange. Bell's theorem is also proved both theoretically and experimentally. And so, if you do not take into account the "Copenhagen interpretation", there is no reason not to believe her. Except one count, that our world is not similar to that described in quantum mechanics, in which one Bell.

Sarfatti strong opinion is: Bell's theorem — a fact which is not accepted by people because of their "blunt" psychology. "If it's not part of my mind — so it's wrong" — known in psychology principle that many people perceive the world.

In recent years, Sarfatti went from teaching to devote all his time to writing nauchnopopulyarnyh books that try to give at least an approximate answer to the most burning problems of life, "Who are we? Where they came from and where we are going? "From his pen came many books with the significant title" Superkosmos "," The Matrix of Destiny "," What hides the time "," Time and space: an attempt to explain the inexplicable "

Valery Safronov

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