United we stand, but don’t count on being just like 1 for long.

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Once we recognize the true nature of being one, a better world awaits us.

There is only one planet Earth and it guides us through a vast amount of space. We are earthbound, and we should have just this one planet in mind when deciding what to do with ourselves. Yet instead of being united in our collective endeavors on this planet, we find ourselves divided in groups, communities, and nations. …

It is not what you think it is

How much democracy is too much?

Looking at the world of democracy, it is disappointing how few nations there are in the world that are fully democratic nations. We have an extremely long way to go before the world is based on the voters, and not on special interests groups represented by the one or the two individuals, by the one or the two parties fully in control over most of our world.

Many people think that democracy is the leading form of organization of our national governments with a few major exceptions like Russia and China. …

Aren't you tired of the two-party box? It is not them. It is us; we are boxed in. And somehow, we just megaphone out what they megaphone in. No surprising third-party perspective was ever told in the US, because even the third parties megaphone out what the two parties megaphoned in.

How come we call ourselves a democracy? In a democracy the voters are represented by their choice; we don't have that. We compete with other voters first before a 'representative' is picked. We vote in collectives, not individually. The majority in the district decides who represents you. Does that…

We are destined to live in real democracies.

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Doughnut economics presents us a model for economic sustainability; it was conceptualized by Kate Raworth. This “playfully serious” concept is based on two natural economic lines we should not cross. On the outside of the doughnut, there is planet Earth and we will have to live within its given means and not deplete the natural (economic) resources. On the inside of the doughnut, we should not let anyone fall into the (economic) doughnut hole and look the other way.

In politics, the same two natural lines exist. On the outside, our politicians…

Scientists are using a religious model!

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Rubber trees growing in Alaska? You gotta be kidding me. That’s not possible. But true it is — just as soon as we built greenhouses in Alaska and brought some rubber plants in from Brazil. It’s called planted evidence.

The Big Bang theory contains planted evidence, too. The super-hot conditions proposed in the Lambda-CDM, the most popular version of the Big Bang, are planted evidence. The super-hot conditions were imported from the laboratory and the Hadron Collider, used to examine matter to its finest details. Subsequently, the super-hot conditions got transplanted to the theory.

Explained the Big Whisper way

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Anti-matter is real. But what is not known is its relationship with matter. This article is an abstract proposal how anti-matter can come about. The conclusion of the article is that anti-matter is a special occurrence of matter. It is not the opposite of matter, rather it can be seen as some kind of mirroring effect of matter, an inside-out occurrence of the same energy that normally produces matter.

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First, a larger setup needs to be shown. The Big Whisper theory is a spin-off Big Bang theory, using the exact same scientific facts…

It starts in the eye of the beholder

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Intuitively, we all know what discrimination is. It is an unfair treatment of some people based on certain natural characteristics, and it is not right. But can you easily formulate the mechanism of discrimination, so it applies to all circumstances?

The common definition of discrimination does not capture the mechanism well, though it is good to see that there are two definitions:

  • The unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people or things, especially on the grounds of race, age, or sex.
  • Recognition and understanding of the difference between one thing…

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 a distinct dark-energy reality. Naturally, this means accepting two realities as possible at the same time; matter formed via two distinct pathways.

In the Big Whisper model, there is not one, but there are two closed systems for energy. In this article, a slow unraveling of all parts is presented.

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The basic subatomic environment is…

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…

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