Before there was matter, there was dark energy.

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What came first? The chicken or the egg?

Scientists figured out that the answer is the chicken. They placed one hundred chickens in a room and one hundred eggs in another room. When they returned the next day to both rooms, each kept at room temperature, the one hundred eggs were still one hundred eggs. But the room with one hundred chickens contained a couple of eggs as well.

Without any scientific doubt, the chicken came first and not the egg.

This is just a joke of course, but the larger question…


The electron is dark-energy expressed.

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Let’s start with the electron, because the structural explanation of Dark Matter is based on accepting the concept that we live in two realities at the same time, energy-wise. The electron is pulled into the material reality from the other, distinct dark-energy reality. If you can’t accept two realities at the same time, then don’t read this article.

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The basic subatomic environment is that there are neutrons, protons and electrons. …


A system with equal representation is far more beneficial for minorities.

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It is not natural for minorities to embrace winner-take-all. There is actually little in it for them. Already by the sound of it — winners taking all — minorities should feel the inclination to run as fast as they can in the other direction. Surprisingly, minorities can be the strongest supporters of winner-take-all.

The only people receiving their pick in district elections are the majority of voters. No one else gets anything, all others go home empty-handed. That is the natural outcome of the system’s setup.

Minorities have little incentive to participate in the voting process. Only when minorities form…


You’d be surprised!

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Believing in God is one thing. Making God real is a whole other task.

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It should come as a big surprise how easy it is to believe in God. All that is needed is your saying Yes I believe in God and you’re done. Nothing needs to be added into the mix. It is as simple as that. You are in full control establishing God as the beginning of our reality. You won’t be unique, though. Many have gone before you, creating God with their very own brain.

The issue in this article is not…


One party is bigger in politics than either Democrats or Republicans.

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The winner is the losing party? Of course this article’s header must be a trick. How else can The Losing Party end up being the winner in American politics? Something isn’t straight and forward.

But true it is.

In the United States, the voting structure results in a winner-take-all outcome. Candidates compete for a single seat, and just fifty percent plus one vote is all it takes to win. Most races are not neck-and-neck and, on average, we can say that winners get about sixty percent of the cast votes. That’s part one in this two-part equation.

The second part…


What these models are telling us about our scientists

There is no greater question than understanding the beginning of our material universe. The prevailing Big Bang theory has a single flaw: it is stuck in understanding the very beginning itself. There is an alternate view, very similar, but distinct nevertheless in the Big Whisper theory.

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The Big Bang and the Big Whisper models.

The Big Bang model has a storyline that is shown in this simple table with green fields, indicating the hot and dense state as the starting point and the maturation point for matter as found with the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation.

Prior to the green fields, there is actually no real input…


On Gravity, General Relativity, Unification and Seeing Two Faces.

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In the Big Whisper model, Newton and Einstein play vital roles. Newton, for declaring the Laws of Motion, viewed as classical mechanics. Einstein, for declaring the general theory of relativity, the description for gravitation in modern physics.

Newton and Einstein are important in understanding the big picture. Newton was leading the scientific pack for a long time with his Laws of Motion. At some point, though, his work became seen as not describing everything correctly. In comes Einstein to deliver a more complete version. Einstein modifies Newton’s work with his General…


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In science, the word singularity is peculiar in that it is not based on the word single, but rather on the word singular, meaning strange. In turn, singular itself is based on the word single, yet its meaning needs to be understood as unique, as the single one standing out from the crowd. The meaning for singularity in science can be understood as that specific state for which mathematics is not providing a (clear) answer; a single area is not behaving like the rest.

Singularities are important in science because they are not only used to declare the position after…


On Racism. On Our Voting System. On The Momentum.

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Tumbling statues notwithstanding, the question about the protests against racism and police brutality should center around our future. What do we want to accomplish for all of us? Though retraining the police should be an important center piece of change, we have to ask ourselves if this will resolve racism to an acceptable level indeed. When looking one level deeper, our voting system looms large as the instrument that institutionalizes racism. Without change in all the proper places, racism will remain ingrained.

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One in eight Americans is African American. Three out of 100 Senators are African American and…


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We proudly show the world a nation of We The People. But… the people on the inside know the truth: There is much divide-and-conquer hidden in here. Our nation is not as healthy as it claims to be.

Two quick examples:

  • Of all the presidents, none was ever a woman while 51 percent of us is female.
  • Of the 100 Senators we have, fewer than 10 Senators are non-white and/or Hispanic, while 40 percent of us is non-white and/or Hispanic.

What these two simple examples tell us is that we may believe everything is possible, but that our reality is not really delivering. We are told (and may very well tell each other) that all is fine, while it is not.

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Here is how Divide-and-Conquer works and why we have it:

  • We are segregated in voting…

Fred-Rick

Structural Philosopher

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