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We’ve just learned that the documentary film “Let There be Light”, which features our work, has recently been broadcast in translated version on French, German and Japanese TV.

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Had a great visit from one of our investors. It was great fun showing Jeff around and answering his questions.

He also took the opportunity to demonstrate to us his massage device...our sysadmin's first experience with one.

No pictures of that...you'll have to take our word for it. 😂

At the start of the 20th century, humanity as a whole started getting more energy from than from wood for the first time. Since then the dominance of fossil fuels, due to their greater energy density, has rapidly grown. But now, in Africa, that transition is being reversed. The most rapidly growing fuel is charcoal from wood.

wefunder.com/updates/130251

This week there has been enormous media focus on the spread of the coronavirus -19. Rightly so, because although the disease has so far killed far fewer people than seasonal flu, it has a far higher mortality rate than the flu and seems to spread as easily. A global pandemic could kill millions.

At first glance, this viral threat does not seem to have much to do with the long-term energy crisis the world faces, but in fact there are several important connections.

wefunder.com/updates/130172

A recent press release announcing patents for a hydrogen-boron fusion idea from HB11 Energy, a new start-up in Australia has attracted wide interest. What’s the story?

wefunder.com/updates/129968

People have asked us—how can we expect to go rapidly from where we are to net energy—when we get more energy out of the device than we put in. So we are going to show you the math. Here’s our plan:

wefunder.com/updates/129767

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But once we realize that the Big Bang story is simply not true and not supported by scientific evidence—which we detail in our video series—then we are looking at a very different story. We are instead looking at a universe that observations tell us is “running up”, a universe characterized by accelerating evolution.

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The Big Bang theory tells a story of a universe that was “wound up” at the beginning by a giant explosion and has been running down like an old watch since then. A universe whose future is preordained as one of expansion and cooling to nothingness, to a state of final equilibrium.

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Since we are part of the universe, the physical processes we observe in the universe are the same ones that can occur here on earth on a much smaller scale. In the hugely important effort to harness fusion energy as the next source of energy for humanity, what we learn from cosmic phenomena are the key to success. Indeed, the very existence of fusion energy was first discovered in the search for the source of energy of the sun and other stars.

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We ourselves are a product of cosmic evolution—our sun and earth emerged from this process and biological and social evolution are also part of the evolutionary processes occurring in the universe. Learning in an accurate way about cosmic evolution can help us understand the evolution of our own society in the here and now. We’re not separate from the cosmos—we’re part of it.

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What is the connection between the cosmos and us? A big part of the connection between cosmology and society is that, over the centuries, people have generally projected their ideas about society onto the structure and history of the cosmos—and conversely have used ideas about the cosmos to understand what is happening, or even what should happen in society. There is also a real scientific connection.

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Attention #Mastodon sysadmins! A new release with some security fixes will drop on Thursday, prepare to upgrade -- we'll release 2.9.x, 3.0.x, and 3.1.x versions to make sure you have the easiest time upgrading for this.

But once we realize that the Big Bang story is simply not true and not supported by scientific evidence—which we detail in our video series—then we are looking at a very different story. We are instead looking at a universe that observations tell us is “running up”, a universe characterized by accelerating evolution.

The Big Bang theory tells a story of a universe that was “wound up” at the beginning by a giant explosion and has been running down like an old watch since then. A universe whose future is preordained as one of expansion and cooling to nothingness, to a state of final equilibrium.

Since we are part of the universe, the physical processes we observe in the universe are the same ones that can occur here on earth on a much smaller scale. In the hugely important effort to harness fusion energy as the next source of energy for humanity, what we learn from cosmic phenomena are the key to success. Indeed, the very existence of fusion energy was first discovered in the search for the source of energy of the sun and other stars.

We ourselves are a product of cosmic evolution—our sun and earth emerged from this process and biological and social evolution are also part of the evolutionary processes occurring in the universe. Learning in an accurate way about cosmic evolution can help us understand the evolution of our own society in the here and now. We’re not separate from the cosmos—we’re part of it.

What is the connection between the cosmos and us? A big part of the connection between cosmology and society is that, over the centuries, people have generally projected their ideas about society onto the structure and history of the cosmos—and conversely have used ideas about the cosmos to understand what is happening, or even what should happen in society. There is also a real scientific connection.

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