Crush An Atom Beyond Recognition

I’m currently working on a theory in  Entropy. If I can prove my theory, this will make me a Scientist. This could qualify me for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Well, I figured out what Dark Matter, Dark Energy is. Entropy, Atoms that have been crushed by black holes. Atoms go into a Black Hole, Dark Energy Dark Matter comes out from a white hole. What a dark hole does to an Adam is more than just spaghettified it. A black hole crushes an Atom beyond recognition, beyond our experience. The crushing force is so powerful the Atom is practically crushed out of existence, thus creating dark matter dark energy.

This should make me a scientist and qualify me for the Nobel Peace Prize for figuring out where Dark Matter and Dark Energy comes from. ~ Norman L. Bliss


Crush An Atom Beyond Recognition

Let’s say the black hole formed from a neutron star, so all the atoms not at the surface of the neutron star are crushed into a “sea” of neutrons. But add more mass, and the neutrons themselves are not strong enough to support the weight, and the neutron star collapses into a black hole.

In that case, the atoms are crushed beyond recognition, beyond our experience. Atoms are extremely compressed into a state that does not exist outside a black hole. In black holes, a famous theory of Albert Einstein works I. e. E=MCsq. It means that if anything crosses the speed of light sq speed then it will become energy. Thus everything goes inside a black hole become energy, or it comes out from a white hole.

What Happens To Atoms In A Black Hole?



E=mc2sq is one of the most famous equations in physics, even to non-physicists. It states a relationship between energy (E), in whatever form, and relativistic mass (m). In this formula, c², the square of the speed of light in a vacuum, is the conversion factor required to formally convert from units of mass to units of energy, i.e. the energy per unit mass. In unit-specific terms, E (joules) = m (kilograms) multiplied by (299792458 m/s)2.

The equation was first published in a slightly different formulation by Albert Einstein in 1905 in one of his famous articles. He derived it as a consequence of the special theory of relativity which he had proposed the same year.”


The world around us is made of atoms. Did you ever wonder where these atoms came from? How were the gold in our jewelry, the carbon in our bodies, and the iron in our cars made? In this lecture, we will trace the origin of a gold atom from the Big Bang to the present day, and beyond. You will learn how the elements were forged in the nuclear furnaces inside stars, and how, when they die, these massive stars spread the elements into space. You will learn about the origin of the building blocks of matter in the Big Bang, and we will speculate on the future of the atoms around us today.
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Nobel Peace Prize

Norman L. Bliss, Author, Writer. We often use the words author and writer interchangeably. But indeed both these words are quite different. A writer is a person who writes a book, article, or any literary piece, while an author is essentially the person who originates the idea, plot, or content of the work being written.

Norman L. Bliss, Publisher. Publishing is the dissemination of literature, music, or information. It is the activity of making information available to the general public. In some cases, authors may be their own publishers, meaning originators and developers of content also provide media to deliver and display their content.

Norman L. Bliss, also a Philosopher. A philosopher is someone who practices philosophy. The term “philosopher” comes from the Ancient Greek, Philosophy meaning “lover of wisdom”. The coining of the term has been attributed to the Greek thinker Pythagoras. ~Wikipedia

My papers: (Especially on Infinity,) The Cosmos, Global Warming, Dark Matter, Black Holes, Theology and Humanity.)

I’m currently working on a theory in  Entropy. If I can prove my theory this will make me a Scientist. This could qualify me for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Well, I figured out what Dark Matter, Dark Energy is. Entropy, Atoms that have been crushed by black holes. Atoms go into a Black Hole, Dark Energy Dark Matter comes out. Simple, Science like to say, spaghettified.

This should make me a scientist and qualify me for the Nobel Peace Prize for figuring out where Dark Matter and Dark Energy comes from.


Physicists Might Have Found a Way to Break The Second Law of Thermodynamics


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Conscience, Soul, Faith, Infinity, and God

Another theory folks. Infinity: Limitless or endless in space, extent, or size; impossible to measure or calculate. Like there’s no end. This is really going to be hard to get your head around. God is infinite. God always was and always will be. How do I know this? Because humans have a conscience and a soul. This is how and where we communicate with God. our conscience and soul are infinite. Meaning it is a gift from God.

Entropy: Often interpreted as the degree of disorder or randomness in the system. “the second law of thermodynamics says that entropy always increases with time.”

So now we have Conscience, Soul, Infinity, God and, Entropy. There it is folks this is Science you have a choice you can be part of Infinity or a part of Entropy it’s your choice.

I’m trying to think of a new name for this. We have Science, meaning “knowledge”. And then we have God, meaning “faith”. Ever since the beginning, there’s always been a wedge between these two, Science and Faith. These two words both read totally the opposite but in reality, there is one. I just haven’t figured it out yet. ~ Norman Bliss

In Judeo-Christian theology, for example in the work of Duns Scotus, the infinite nature of God invokes a sense of being without constraint, rather than a sense of being unlimited in quantity. ~ Wikipedia

This film, remastered in 4k Ultra High-Def, explores the biggest question of all. How far do the stars stretch out into space? And what’s beyond them?
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We Live In An Atom

I have another theory. A typical human is made up of seven billion billion billion Adams. Everything you look at is made up of Atoms. An Atom itself is made up of three tiny kinds of particles called subatomic particles: Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons. The Protons and the Neutrons make up the center of the Atom called the Nucleus, and the Electrons fly around above the Nucleus in a small cloud. A Proton is made up of 3 Quarks. (There is more to an Atom I’m just trying to keep it simple.)

OK, now we have the Atom. Inside the Atom, we have Protons and Neutrons. Inside the Protons, we have the Quarks. Some Scientists believe inside the Quarks is String Theory. My theory is inside the Quarks is Dark Energy.

Dark Energy is the name given to the force that is considered to be making the Universe larger.

My theory is everything is sucked into a Black Hole and pulverized. The Adams are pulverized into Dark Energy. Dark Energy is what an Atom used to be.

Can Dark Energy become an Adam again? That’s for another theory.

OK, if I haven’t blown your mind with this, try this theory. Between Earth and the edge of the observable universe is 46 billion light-years, making the diameter of the observable universe about 93 billion light-years. In Infinity our Universe is a Singularity. A Singularity is an Adam in Infinity. “We Live In An Atom.”

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Ethics is the part of philosophy that deals with good and evil. Ethics tries to answer questions like:

  • What actions are good? What actions are evil?
  • How can we tell the difference?
  • Are good and evil the same?
  • How should we make hard decisions that might help or hurt other people?
  • How do our actions affect others?

When discussing ethics, the philosophy is generally separated into:

  • thinking about morality,
  • the involvement of science,
  • the freedom of people to decide for themselves how to act within their own beliefs.

Morality is what someone thinks or feels is good or bad. There are many different moralities, but they share some things. For example, most people think that murder (killing somebody) is wrong.(compare Exodus 20:13) Some philosophers have hope to find more things that moralities share. They think that ethics should use the scientific method to study things that people think are good or bad. Their work can be used to test the fairness of a situation, such as how people should treat each other. An example of this kind of thinking is the categorical imperative. Many countries have laws based on this idea of fairness.

Understanding ethics can help people decide what to do when they have choices. Many philosophers think that doing anything or making any choice is a part of ethics.

Ethics is part of other fields of study in many ways. Here are some ways:

  • Ethics is part of the study of religion. In religion, people often learn what is good or bad from what they believe about God (or gods). Some important ideas about what is good or bad have come from religion. See Ten Commandments. (Ten Commandments. Humanity has everything it needs to create a good world. We’ve had it for 3,000 years. It’s the Ten Commandments; ten basic, yet profound instructions for how to lead a moral life. If everyone followed the Ten Commandments, we would not need armies or police; marriages and families would be stronger; truth would be a paramount value. )
  • Some theories of economics say ethics has to do with money. Money is a big part of most people’s lives. Thinking about morality can be important in economics. For example, there is a saying about ethics taken from the Bible that ‘the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil’ (1 Timothy). The philosophy of Marxism also says that a few people using money in the wrong way can hurt many other people.
  • Government policy can be affected by what politicians think is ethical. Politicians try to create laws that help everyone do what is right. Political debates happen when the people who make public policy do not agree about what is right.
  • In work, thinking about ethics can help with hard questions. Work can be like both economics and politics. Workers have to make money and follow laws. But the best way to do both is not always easy to know. The study of this is called business ethics
  • People like doctors and nurses have to make hard choices about how to care for people. Sometimes the person being cared for, their family or the doctor do not agree what is best for them. Also, choices have to be made if there are enough resources to help all. The study of this is called medical ethics. Similar studies for specific professions include bioethics and legal ethics.
  • Discussing ethics can also be a way to stop people fighting or starting a war. By talking about ethics, people hope to get what they want without being violent. This works when all people agree that peace is very important. But not everyone agrees about what is right or wrong. So, sometimes anger can make it hard to talk without fighting. Along with aesthetics ethics forms part of axiology, the philosophy of what people like.

Justice is the first Harvard course to be made freely available online. Nearly a thousand students pack Harvard’s historic Sanders Theatre to hear Michael Sandel,  talk about justice, equality, democracy, and citizenship. In this 12part series, Sandel challenges us with hard moral dilemmas and invites us to ponder the right thing to do in politics and in our everyday lives. The course he’s been teaching has made him one of the most popular teachers in the world.” 
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