‘The teleportation of large objects — such as Captain Kirk — remains in the realm of science fiction’ -Science Daily. Yes, but for how long?

As time goes by and more discoveries involving the power of energy and elements of nature are made, I realise more and more that most of the things that we create or imagine are possible because they already exist within nature, and is part of our intuition or inner wisdom that we know they exist even if we cannot explain them, exactly because we are also part of that nature. The explanation in the end comes with time, patience and perseverance.�

Now, I don’t know if what it is really important is the explanation or just to �acknowledge what it feels true for each one, and to trust that the knowledge we need is already within us.�

By all this I mean, that I get more and more convinced that sometimes reality overcomes fiction. What is the next step in our path of evolution? Could it be that all those things that people have named as esoteric or mystical, have a high importance for the human being but we haven’t got the explanation and that is why are so rejected? Could it be possible that the next path in our evolution be related to those subjects?

Science is taking huge steps forward, I enjoy comparing the coincidences and reading things like: ‘The teleportation of large objects — such as Captain Kirk — remains in the realm of science fiction’; yes, indeed, maybe for now it is not possible, but I’m sure that �when ‘Star Trek’ was created, most of the people thought that it was something absolutely impossible, and today there is a principle for it, that may or may not be developed. But when has the human stopped on trying to discover and explain things?

I hope you enjoy the article as much as I did.

Mathematical breakthrough sets out rules for more effective teleportation.

via ‘The teleportation of large objects — such as Captain Kirk — remains in the realm of science fiction’ -Science Daily. Yes, but for how long?.

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