What: Philosophy, Physics and Eleven Dimensions, a free lecture by Thad Roberts.
When: April 19th, (Monday) from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm (question and answer section may extend to 9:00 pm).
Where: University of Utah, Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building, Room 109. Click here for a map.
On Monday, April 19th, 2010, the Quantum Space Theory Institute will be sponsoring a lecture by Thad Roberts to be held in the University of Utah’s Philosophy building (CTIHB) room 109. This lecture will be appreciated by attendees with all levels of expertise – physics does not need to be your strong point. Mr. Roberts will begin by reviewing the philosophical assumptions that have created the somewhat paradoxical paradigm of modern physics. He will then explore many of the questions that have gone unanswered within the field of physics and explain why this lack of answers may be due to a strict adherence to the foundational assumptions of that paradigm. Then Mr. Roberts will introduce the audience to an alternative set of assumptions about the geometry of Nature and show how to simultaneously visualize and comprehend eleven dimensions. (If you’ve ever found yourself curious about other dimensions, then the lecture will be one you won’t want to miss.) To conclude Mr. Roberts will demonstrate how the eleven-dimensional framework he describes automatically inscribes the effects that are found to be mysterious from the traditional paradigm. He will teach the audience how to see in eleven dimensions and how by doing so we become able to dictate the effects of dark energy, particle/wave duality, gravity, and so on. This new picture gives us access to what the insides of black holes look like, what caused the Big Bang, and why the constants of Nature are what they are. Regardless, whether or not this new geometry is an accurate map of Nature will be for you to decide. At the very least it will start a new conversation about the underlying structure of Nature and the metaphysical assumptions of those searching for that structure.
We invite you to join us for this revolution in thought.