Tag Archives: Physics

A Conversation with Higgins, February 3, 2022

I have been following Simulismblog with interest. M. Rifat has been explaining physics in simple terms and from time-to-time Higgins has had something to add. Most recently, I have asked Higgins about M. Rifat’s post from April 4, 2021, entitled … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Higgins, December 29, 2021

C: *Yesterday you said: Let’s continue this conversation tomorrow. We will attempt to explain matter as an extension of consciousness, consciousness as electromagnetism, electromagnetism as light, and light as matter. H: Consciousness is the foundation of existence. Speaking from a … Continue reading

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Higgins’ Response to The Weirdness of Entanglement

I have been reading Simulismblog (simulismblog.wordpress.com/blog), by Alain Rifat. M. Rifat has kindly posted a series entitled Introduction to Simulism: One Step at a Time. In these several articles he breaks down the physics behind simulism into bite size pieces. … Continue reading

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Simulism

If I haven’t already mentioned it I’ve been looking at a blog called Simulism. It’s physics. My two semesters of physics barely qualifies me to read this, but I tried. Yep. Pretty complex. The reason I’m interested in physics, and … Continue reading

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