For those of us here now, truth is more of a philosophical question. Is truth absolute or is it relative? However, we can only debate what truth is because it is unknown. We can believe this or that, we can debate philosophically the question but are there any absolutes and if so, how can one theorize the question, “what is truth” to a level of absolute certainty?
Consider that an angel visited you in your bed one night awaking you from sleep. You were surprised; you couldn’t believe what was happening to you but there you were staring at the impossible, in awe, with the impossible looking back at you. The angel says to you, “behold, the answers to the universe”; she waves her hand one time from right to left and a screen vivid in detail, appears in front of you. She says, “Study it for it is truth”! You study the vision with great intent and then the angel and the vision disappear. The vision somehow lucid in your mind, considering what has just occurred, calls to you to define it and to tell others what you have discovered. There must be a reason that this has happened, it must be important; I should do as I am asked. So, you begin to decipher the message. You’re not a scientist, but you must draw on whatever scientific foundation you have retained through education or practical application. Continue reading TUBE THEORY – Part I