(Aristotle, 340BC) Suppose, then, that all men were sick or deranged, save one or two of them who were healthy and of right mind. It would then be the latter two who would be thought to be sick and deranged and the former not!
(Machiavelli, 1513) There is nothing more difficult to plan, more doubtful of success, more dangerous to manage than the creation of a new system. The innovator has the enmity of all who profit by the preservation of the old system and only lukewarm defenders by those who would gain by the new system.
(Galileo Galilei) I wish, my dear Kepler, that we could have a good laugh together at the extraordinary stupidity of the mob. What do you think of the foremost philosophers of this University? In spite of my oft-repeated efforts and invitations, they have refused, with the obstinacy of a glutted adder, to look at the planets or Moon or my telescope.
(Max Planck) A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.
We need help in three ways - improving knowledge of the WSM, getting this knowledge considered by the world, and funding / donations to help cover website costs and employing people to help with this work.
Describing Reality at a fundamental level is very simple.
Basically matter does not exist as 'particles' but rather as spherical wave
structures in Space which give rise to the appearance of 'particles' at
their Wave-Centers. However, when you consider the history of Physics over
several thousand years, both theoretically and experimentally, you come
to realise that there is a lot to explain. Further, as these wave structures
interact with all other matter in our finite spherical universe (around
1080 spherical standing waves / wave center 'particles') then
the wave interactions are obviously very complex and hard to mathematically
quantify (as required by Mathematical Physics). Thus to present convincing
knowledge to Humanity on the Wave Structure of Matter and how it explains
and solves the current problems of Physics and Philosophy is really the
work of many people, with specialist knowledge in a diversity of subjects.
To help develop this knowledge we have set up a Forum where people can discuss
and hopefully improve this work on the Wave Structure of Matter.
Basically, to rank well on Google / Internet requires links from other websites pointing to your pages. So this is where we obviously need help. The purpose of this page (below) is to provide you with information on how to build good links (with correct use of keywords) and provide some examples of places on the internet where you can add content (pictures, quotes, arguments for WSM, your own comments) and at the same time add a link back to the relevant page on the Wave Structure of Matter.
We are currently working on the Physics pages (Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity, Quantum Physics / Wave Mechanics, Cosmology & Problems of the Big Bang Theory) so if some of you can direct your efforts to helping these pages rank better (by adding links to them with correct keywords in link) then this would be greatly appreciated. These pages already rank in the top 30 for most main search terms (down from top 200 twelve months ago), so it will not take much to lift them up to top ten ranking in Google (over the next 3 to 6 months hopefully!). If you click around the anchor links (above each page heading) then I think it is pretty self explanatory as to the different things you can do to help.
We recently received a donation of $28,000 Australian dollars (10,000 Pounds) from a very kind gentleman who appreciates the importance of truth and reality (philosophy and physics) to help improve the state of our world. This has been wonderful for us as it has allowed us to employ a nice young man to help us with our work. It has also made us realise that there are probably other people who are busy but would like to help financially. To donate money please use the Paypal link below (you can use either your existing paypal account, or credit card if you do not have a paypal account).
This website has been online for 20 months and in January, 2005 we averaged
about 10,000 page views per day. However, to our great surprise our number
of visitors recently doubled (since the Google update in early February,
2005) to around 20,000 page views per day. And in late April we discovered
that our website is now ranked number 4 out of all Philosophy sites on the
See Alexa details: http://www.alexa.com: Top Philosophy Sites on Internet
The Website contains roughly 300 Webpages on the subjects of Metaphysics, Philosophy (Ancient Greek, Indian & Western Philosophy), Physics (Einstein's Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Cosmology), Theology & Morality, Evolution, Health, Politics and Education. The work is founded on the ideas of many wonderful minds from human history, and there are probably over 10,000 quotes from many hundreds of famous philosophers and scientists (including lots of lovely pictures which you are welcome to use).
The aim of these pages is to show how the Wave Structure of Matter explains
and solves (in a very simple sensible way) many of the current problems
of human knowledge caused by the incomplete 'Particle' and 'Field' conception
of matter in 'Space-Time'.
We continue to work very long hours on this website (it still needs a lot of work!) and expect to greatly improve its content and increase its page views to about 30,000 to 50,000 per day by the end of 2005.
Results for Entire Website
|December 2003||July 2004||October 2005|
Title: On Truth and Reality:
Home Page Rank 5
About 1,500 page views / day for entire website.
Alexa Rank 700,000
Home Page Rank 5
About 6,000 page views / day for entire website.
Alexa Rank 150,000
Home Page Rank 6
Around 23,000 page views / day for entire website.
After several years of experimenting with web sites and individual pages on the internet I have a pretty good idea of what is required to get pages on the Wave Structure of Matter in the top ten search results in google for the main subjects of Physics, Philosophy and Metaphysics (many are already in the top 30 out of several million). There are about 100 main search terms to target, related to WSM Articles on Truth, Reality, Physics, Philosophy, Metaphysics, Politics, Education, Evolution Ecology Nature, Health, etc.
To begin we are targeting the main physics subjects, i.e.
Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity
Quantum Physics (Quantum Theory / Wave Mechanics)
The Big Bang Theory.
The following table shows these main Physics pages (which we are currently working on - and want to try and get some links to) with relevant statistics & main keywords / search terms for each page.
|Website Page URL & Title||Google
|Main Search Terms
(Please use these when
adding links to pages)
Title: Physics: Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity
Simplifying the Metaphysics of Albert Einstein's Special and General Relativity
theory of relativity
einstein's theory relativity
Title: Quantum Physics: Quantum Theory / Wave Mechanics: Wave Structure of Matter
Note: We now have two pages on each of the main quantum theorists (one on quotes and central ideas, the other a more detailed explanation in terms of the Wave Structure of Matter).
These pages currently average about 15 page views a day, so we effectively get about 300 page views a day in the various subjects relating to Quantum Physics (which we figure is about 5% of the total searches each day on the Internet for this subject including searches for quantum theorists).
louis de broglie
Title: Cosmology: Wolff Haselhurst Cosmology: WSM explains Finite Spherical Universe within Infinite Space
Title: Cosmology: The Big Bang Theory: Famous Dissident Scientists on Problems of the Big Bang Theory. Arp, Lerner, Mitchell.
big bang theory
the big bang
the big bang theory
Note 1 - Google actually uses several different databases,
and the algorithms seem to be in a state of change as well, so the search
results do jump around a bit from day to day / week to week. Further, every
few months there is a major database update (Google Dance) where you tend
to get substantial changes in ranking. So the above results are rough averages
for the past month.
Where there is a '-' it means that the page was not in the top 1,000 search results as determined by google rankings.
Note 2 - If you have an interest in one of our (many) other pages and wish to promote those (build links to them, discuss them) then please see our Index / Home Page which has a complete list of all 280 pages on website (or use the search function below to find specific pages). Links to any of these other pages is fantastic and greatly appreciated (we are just trying to focus on most important pages to begin, and clearly the central theories of physics are a good place to start, and these pages do explain and solve their problems, i.e. they are not trivial!).
It is useful to begin with a summary of the main factors affecting Page Rank and Position in Google Search results. This knowledge can then be applied when you build your own website or if you are planning on building pages on, or adding links to, the Wave Structure of Matter (which we obviously encourage).
For any page there are two main factors that determine
Position in Google Search Results: Content of Page - Internal;
and Links to Page - External (determines Google Page Rank).
My guesstimate is they equally contribute to final position in Search Engine
These can then each be subdivided into two further parts, as follows;
i) Title of Page - 25% of ranking
ii) Content of Main Page - Mainly Heading and first page content (link text is also important) - 25% of ranking
i) Total Links to Page, - determines Google Page Rank
- 25% of ranking
ii) Subject Specific Links to Page - related to actual Search Term - 25% of ranking
I shall use as an example the keyword 'Quantum Theory'.
When creating a new page, there are ten main areas where this keyword should be used.
i) HTML Page Name - e.g. http:www.anywebsite.com/quantum-theory.htm (Note use of lower case letters and hyphen)
ii) Title - e.g. Physics: Quantum Theory: Wave Structure of Matter
iii) Page Heading - e.g. <h1>Physics: Quantum Theory: Wave Structure of Matter</h1> (Using <h1> html code)
iv) Sub Heading - e.g. <h2>From current Quantum Theory Paradigm (and Paradox) of Particles, Fields, Probability Waves, and Particle / Wave Duality to Real Waves in Physical Space. A Simple Solution to the Strangeness of Quantum Theory.</h2>
v) Page Text - Try to use keyword "Quantum Theory" about 5 times in first page of Text. Try to also break it up so both "Quantum" and "Theory" are used separately.
vi) Images - Name images "quantum-theory-anything.jpg" (gif's are OK too). Most of our images are 80 pixels by 80 pixels, and we use Photoshop to 'save them for web' at about 2 Kilo Bytes (i.e. try to avoid using large images that make pages slow to download).
vii) Images Alt Text - All images have an option to add 'Alt Image Text' (Alt being short for Alternative!). Below is a sample of a keyword optimised image (and very nice scientist!) followed by the html image code.
What we observe as material bodies and forces are nothing but shapes and variations in the structure of space. Particles are just schaumkommen (appearances). The world is given to me only once, not one existing and one perceived. Subject and object are only one. The barrier between them cannot be said to have broken down as a result of recent experience in the physical sciences, for this barrier does not exist. (Erwin Schrodinger, on Quantum Theory / Wave Mechanics)
<img src="http://www.spaceandmotion.com/Images/quantum-theory-schrodinger.jpg" width="80" height="80" align="left" alt="Quantum Theory: Erwin Schrodinger: 'What we observe as material bodies and forces are nothing but shapes and variations in the structure of space. Particles are just schaumkommen (appearances).' Erwin Schrodinger, on Quantum Theory / Wave Mechanics.">
viii) Link Text - If you add a link to one of our pages
it is very important to use the keywords in the actual link. Because we
name our pages using correct keywords then you can normally just use the
http address. For our Quantum Theory page the link / http address is;
However you can also make links using html code, e.g. the above link could
be made as follows;
Quantum Physics / Quantum Theory
Where the html code looks like this;
<a href="http://www.spaceandmotion.com/Physics-Quantum-Theory-Mechanics.htm" title="From current Quantum Theory Paradigm (and Paradox) of Particles, Fields, Probability Waves, and Particle / Wave Duality to Real Waves in Physical Space. A Simple Solution to the Strangeness of Quantum Theory.">Quantum Physics / Quantum Theory</a>
ix) Link Title Text - You will notice when you mouse over the above two quantum theory links you get a small window appearing with the 'Title' text (similar to Image Alt Text). It is useful to add this title text which helps Google (and people) to more accurately determine the page content that the link points to. Try to get keywords in title text once or twice.
Basically the last two points on Link text are the most critical. i.e. That the links that point to the relevant page include keywords for that page, both in the link text and in the link title text.
The two other obvious factors which greatly influences the value of external / backward links are;
i) The Page Rank of the page the link is on - higher is obviously better
- PR 4 are OK, PR 5 are good, PR 6 (and above) are excellent.
ii) The number of external Links on that page (the lower the better.)
So if you can find a page rank 6 page with only a few external links and can add a keyword optimised link to one of our pages then we would think you are a complete legend! In reality, most pages that you can add links to average around PR 4 and might have 20 other external links on them - however, if the links are keyword optimised to the page they link to then they are very useful, particularly if a group of people can do this on 50 to 100 of these pages over a year (and much more benefit is gained if pages with links are from different websites!).
http://toolbar.google.com - We use the Google Toolbar frequently, both for its easy search function (and Google Search controls about 70% of Internet search results) and it is also useful to know the page rank of a webpage / homepage to get some idea of the quality of the website (and to compare our pages against others!). Also has popup blocker, search page, translate, etc.
http://download.alexa.com/index.cgi?p=Det_W_b_40_T1 - The Alexa Toolbar (owned by Amazon) is useful because it tells you the total traffic (page views) for the entire website (whereas Google Page Rank is for individual pages, and does not provide traffic details). Thus if you want to buy something on the internet (or find web hosting etc.) it is handy to know how big the website is in terms of traffic, and thus whether it is a reputable large business or not. The Alexa Rank is actually a ranking of the website traffic compared against other websites, thus Yahoo, which is the biggest website in terms of visitors, ranks #1. To convert to number of page views a reasonable result is obtained by dividing 700,000,000 by the Alexa Rank. e.g. A year ago our website had an Alexa Rank of around 700,000 which equates to about 1,000 page views a day. We now have an Alexa Rank of around 40,000 which equates to 17,500 page views per day.
There are numerous other Toolbars, but we find the above two the most important and useful.
http://www.digitalpoint.com/tools/suggestion/ - Very useful webpage for finding how many people search a particular search term / keyword.
http://www.googlerankings.com/index.php - Again, this is a very useful webpage that tells you how your website ranks in Google for a particular keyword / search term. I use it frequently to see how pages are ranking, and by systematically changing one thing at a time on page, over time I can see how these changes affect where the page comes up in Google Search Results (makes optimising pages a science rather than mere guesswork).
http://www.searchengineworld.com/cgi-bin/kwda.cgi - Excellent Keyword Density Analyzer of Website Pages.
http://validator.w3.org/ - The Internet Authority on Valid HTML Code. We check our pages to make sure that our HTML code is error free. This may help in how pages rank in Google, but it is also important to maintaining quality code on the Internet (so that pages function correctly in various browsers etc.).
http://labs.google.com/ - I have enormous respect for Google, and also appreciate how important they have become in terms of what people read on the Internet, which ultimately determines the evolution of human knowledge. This site has some of their latest offerings which are interesting, intelligent and often very useful.
https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordSandbox - Enables you to input search terms / keywords and Google will provide a list of related terms. Designed to help people who use Google Adwords, but also useful for finding what people search on the Internet.
http://www.about-adsense.com/adsense-web-tool.html - Preview which Google AdWords will initially be shown on your Web Page with this free AdSense web tool.
http://www-db.stanford.edu/~backrub/google.html - Article by Google developers Sergey Brin and Larry Page while students of Computer Science at Stanford University - 'The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine'.
http://www.internet-advertising-marketing-manual.com/google-optimization.htm - A very good article on Website Optimisation, Promotion and Ranking for Google with good links (can check when Google is updating Database i.e. 'Google Dance').
http://www.apromotionguide.com/google.html - Good article on Website Optimisation for better Google Page Rank / Search Results.
http://www.gritechnologies.com/tools/spider.go - Their 'POODLE' spider mimics the Google Spider and shows how spider friendly your website is and how it will appear in Google. Very useful.
The aim of this section is to encourage people to build a free (or cheap) website and add content on the Wave Structure of Matter (which you can easily copy from our website) and also add links back to our website! But to have any real affect you need to get some links from reasonable websites pointing to your new webpage (otherwise it will not be spidered by Google and its content will not be seen and links will not be counted). All of the websites below offer free hosting, and you can get paid hosting with more features for around $5.00 a month.
http://geocities.yahoo.com/ - Geocities is now owned by Yahoo and is one of the biggest free website hosting places on the Internet (Google page rank 9, Alexa rank 600).
http://www.tripod.lycos.com/ - Very reputable and large website that offers free website hosting. (Google page rank 8, Alexa rank 74).
http://angelfire.lycos.com/ - They write: Here's what you get for free: Site Building & File Management Tools. 20MB Disk Space. Blog Builder. Photo Album Builder. Sign Up for FREE Today. (Google page rank 7, Alexa rank 74).
http://www.bravenet.com/ - They write: Welcome to Bravenet, the Web's #1 Site for FREE Web tools. We take pride in offering the fastest, most customizable and user friendly tools for your Website. If you don't have a Website, get one here - for FREE! We have everything you need - from start to finish. With 50MB of Storage, 1.5 GB of Bandwidth and our Easy Website Builders. Join our community of over 6 million webmasters! (Google page rank 8, Alexa rank 360).
http://www.fortunecity.com/ - They write: FREE Web Space: Free ad supported web hosting! 25 megs of storage and a secure FTP access to share your hobby with the world. FREE Blog: Share your thoughts and inspirations with the world via our easy to use Blog! FREE Sub-Domain: Free Domain Name Redirect from our friends at V3.com. You get your own domain name. FREE MyPhotoAlbum: Share all of your digital photos online FREE! Easily upload your digital photos to your own online photo album. (Google page rank 8, Alexa rank 1,400).
The following websites are much smaller than the above five but may also be useful.
http://www.buildwebsite4u.com/building/free-web-hosting.shtml - A nice professional looking website that has links to a small number of free website hosting places on the Internet. They write, The word free is enclosed in quotation marks because all the sites that offer free website hosting really don't. You may not have to pay in hard currency, but one way or another you do pay. Most free website hosting companies force you to place banner or pop-up ads on all your pages in exchange for the service. Others enforce you to receive email with ads from their sponsors. Many companies don't allow you to build free websites for commercial use. In addition to this, most free website hosting accounts come with a lot of restrictions making them unsuitable for many people. Things such as limited storage, lack of email, no FTP and CGI support, no domain hosting are just a few of the problems that you'll face if you want to make a website for free. However it may prove to be useful for getting pages on the Wave Structure of Matter onto the internet and creating a few links back to our website.
http://www.maxpages.com/ - They write, Create your own FREE Website! Site Statistics & FREE Storage space for every site! FREE Template Gallery, Ad-FREE Editing!
http://www.100best-free-web-space.com/ - Interesting website with loads of information on web hosting (both paid and free). They write, The Truth About Free Web Hosting. For the past five years we have reviewed, researched, and tested hundreds of free web hosts. We've also read countless user reviews based on actual user experiences. So what have we learned? Good free web hosting services are hard to find!
http://buildfree.org/ - Another free website builder that looks a bit 'spammy' but may be worth a try.
Does anyone have any other ideas / knowledge of reputable places where
you can build free websites (without being swamped by crap advertising)?
Wiki means fast in Hawaiian, and relates to the fact that anyone on the Internet can use their browser to edit pages. The most famous Wiki is Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia that now gets several million visitors a day (it is quite remarkable that this wiki software has allowed people from all over the world to build the biggest online encyclopedia while maintaining pretty good quality). So yes, we would love people to add knowledge of the Wave Structure of Matter into Wikipedia (I will be doing some of this over the next 12 months).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page - Currently there is only one page in Wikipedia on the Wave Structure of Matter. This is both a shame and a great opportunity! Our website has a huge amount of quality content on the history and evolution of Physics, Philosophy and Metaphysics from the past 2,500 years (with many quotes and images - all free to copy and use) so there is more than enough material to enable people to build good quality pages on wikipedia founded on the Wave Structure of Matter (or add to existing pages and also add a link to WSM).
http://www.wikipedia.org/ - Has links to foreign language Wikipedia's that mirror the English Wikipedia site (ten different languages). Hopefully some knowledge of the Wave Structure of Matter can be added to these foreign language wikipedia sites.
http://www.wikimedia.org/ - Has links to 8 wiki websites (most important are wiktionary, wikiquote, wikibooks, wikinews).
There are now many wikis on the internet so if you find any that allow work on the Wave Structure of Matter can you please add some content, and also email us so that we can add it to the list here. Thanks.
Finally, I have recently set up a wiki for the Wave Structure of Matter (on the subjects of physics, philosophy and metaphysics of Space). We use Mediawiki (same software as wikipedia). At the moment the wiki is empty, over the next 12 months I will slowly add some content, but others are more than welcome to help. See;
http://www.physics-philosophy-metaphysics.com/wiki/index.php/Main_Page - By describing Reality from the most simple foundations possible, One Infinite Eternal thing, Space, existing as a Wave Medium for Spherical Standing Waves that form matter, the WSM explains and solves many of the fundamental problems of physics, philosophy and metaphysics.
Blogs are popular at the moment and Google rates them highly because they
have fresh relevant content. It would be great if people could add comments
and links to the WSM on other people's blogs (they normally have an add
comments option), or set up your own blogs and add some nice content, comments
and links on the Wave Structure of Matter (we have lots of nice philosophy
images and quotes that you can easily use that are pretty cool.)
Hopefully the information below will help get you started 'blogging'!
- Blogger is owned by Google, is in top 200 websites on Internet (around
10 million page views a day - Google Page Rank 8, Alexa Rank 200), and because
pages change quite a lot as people add blogs Google (which likes new content)
seems to rate them highly. Basically Blogger is a great website for creating
It is also useful to download the Google Toolbar, which has a button that allows you to automatically add a blog from any website that you visit.
http://www.bloglines.com/ - Bloglines has recently been purchased by Ask Jeeves search engine, and is one of the bigger blogs on the internet (Google Page Rank 8, Alexa Rank 1,600 which equates to about a million page views a day). They write; Bloglines is the most comprehensive, integrated service for searching, subscribing, publishing and sharing news feeds, blogs, and rich Web content. It's free and easy-to-use.
http://www.blogster.com/default.asp - A smaller web log site but looks pretty good.
- Useful free software that allows you to automatically add images to your
blog (works with Google's Blogger).
You can also add images manually using html code. Simply find any image on our website, e.g. Albert Einstein, and then right click on image, select 'properties', and copy http address / URL of image and write it as html code in your blog as follows;
(We have used the image address of the above Einstein picture (obviously) so this code would change depending on image used.)
I don't have much knowledge on advanced Blog use, but here are a few websites that seem fairly good.
http://www.lights.com/weblogs/tools.html - Large list of Blog tools with links to sites.
http://www.aripaparo.com/archive/000632.html - Huge list of directories that you can submit your blog to, help get it seen on internet and build up inbound links (which is important for rank).
http://www.masternewmedia.org/rss/top55/ - List of Blog Directories, RSS Feeds and software.
Google / DMOZ directories (above) are always useful for finding good sites and information.
So we hope you might get a blog organised, add it to some directories if you want to get seen, and then hopefully blog some of our webpages and grab a nice image and quote or comment, stick it in your blog and help add links to the Wave Structure of Matter in the process. (And Blogger.com with Google Toolbar is the easiest way to go I think!)
Forums are an interesting place to discuss ideas. However, if you are posting
on a new subject like the Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) then you will probably
cop a bit a 'flak' as most people will immediately criticise new knowledge,
few will take the time to understand it.
To avoid this it is perhaps better to take some quotes / comments from one of the WSM pages, and then just post them (with link back to page) and ask if anyone has any thoughts / comments on this WSM perspective of things. But all in all forums are a great place to post knowledge while also building good links back to WSM websites.
Below is a list of some of the most relevant forums on the internet. There are many more, just search in Google for Forums and any other relevant keyword (e.g. physics forums, philosophy forums, evolution forums, ethics forums, science forums, etc.)
Note: The numbers in brackets are Google page rank, and Alexa rank.
(Alexa rank of 100,000 equates to about 5,000 visitors /day, Alexa rank of 10,000 equates to about 40,000 visitors a day)
Our Forum is at;
http://www.physics-philosophy-metaphysics.com/forum/index.php Philosophy Physics Metaphysics of Space / WSM (5 / 200,000)
http://www.livejournal.com/ - Large Online Journal (9 / 200)
http://www.myspace.com/ - Large Journal / Blog / Forum / Meeting Place (7 / 16)
http://www.Stumbleupon.com/ - Free tool that lets you search, browse, review & share webpages while meeting new people. (7 / 4,500)
http://www.furl.net/index.jsp - Add Furl to your browser, browse the Web, save and share any page with a single click. (8 / 6,000)
http://www.blackplanet.com/ - Make friends and find work opportunities (6 / 600)
http://slashdot.org/ - (9 / 950)
http://www.physicsforums.com/ - Physics Philosophy Science Engineering Forum (7 / 50,000)
http://www.sciforums.com/ - Science Forum (7 / 110,000)
http://www.scienceforums.com/ - Science Forum (5 / 60,000)
http://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/ - Science Forum (6 / 220,000)
http://forum.wolframscience.com/index.php - Wolfram's New Kind of Science Forum (0 / 120,000)
http://mathforum.org/ - Maths Forum (8 / 13,000)
http://forums.philosophyforums.com/ - Philosophy Forum (5 / 550,000)
http://www.ilovephilosophy.com/ Philosophy Forum (5 / 45,000)
http://www.groupsrv.com/science/ - Science Forum (4 / 200,000)
http://www.bautforum.com/ - Bad Astronomy and Universe Today Forum (0 / 566,000)
http://forums.philosophyforums.com/ - Philosophy Forum (5 / 500,000)
http://forum.darwinawards.com/ - Philosophy, Science, Politics Forum (5 / 37,000)
After moderating a Wave Structure of Matter Yahoo Group for past 14 months (which is now in top 30 out of 1,000 Yahoo physics groups) I have mixed feelings about discussion groups. They are good for sharing knowledge and ideas. They are bad in that they tend to get dominated by a few people with strong opinions (often without good foundations!), and discussions can get a bit heated (which I strongly dislike). Also pages in archives do not show well in Google search results, and it is hard to find earlier posts, so it is a bit of a waste.
But we would love for people to join different groups and introduce people
to the Wave Structure of Matter.
Useful subjects would include Science / Physics, Society / Philosophy, Religion / Pantheism, ... See;
http://groups.msn.com/ - Home page MSN Groups (I have not used them, so can't add much.)
http://groups-beta.google.com/ - Google Groups (I have not used them either, but i tend to trust that Google software / sites will be smart.)
http://www.best-web-directories.com/free-directories.htm - Excellent list of free Directories with some details.
http://www.best-web-directories.com/paid-directories.htm - Excellent list of paid Directories with some details (for our use).
Under Construction - Will add most important directories here over next
Geoff (September 29th, 2005)
If you search the Internet you find that there are a few websites that
invite you to add a link back to your website. So perhaps some people could
browse around and add links back to http://www.spaceandmotion.com and subject
specific pages on this website.
Try searching different combinations of;
Add URL, Add Link, Submit URL, Submit Link, Guestbook, (and also try including further terms like Science, Physics, Philosophy, Metaphysics, Truth, Reality).
There is a real problem with censorship in the Academic system. Here is a short article by 1973 Nobel Prize physicist Brian Josephson, lamenting censorship on the physics preprint archive arXiv.org.
A website has been setup on this problem of academic censorship at http://archivefreedom.org and has a nice quote from Louis de Broglie;
history of science teaches that the greatest advances in the scientific
domain have been achieved by bold thinkers who perceived new and fruitful
approaches that others failed to notice. If one had taken the ideas of these
scientific geniuses who have been the promoters of modern science and submitted
them to committees of specialists, there is no doubt that the latter would
have viewed them as extravagant and would have discarded them for the very
reason of their originality and profundity. As a matter of fact, the battles
waged, for example by Fresnel and by Pasteur suffice to prove that some
of these pioneers ran into a lack of understanding from the side of eminent
scholars which they had to fight with vigor before emerging as the winners.
More recently, in the domain of theoretical physics, of which I can speak
with knowledge, the magnificent novel conceptions of Lorentz and Planck,
and particularly Einstein also clashed with the incomprehension of eminent
scientists. The new ideas here triumphed; but, in proportion as the organization
of research becomes more rigid, the danger increases that new and fruitful
ideas will be unable to develop freely.
Let us state in a few words the conclusion to be drawn from the foregoing. While, by the very force of circumstances, research and teaching are weighted down by administrative structures and financial concerns and by the heavy armature of strict regulations and planning, it becomes more indispensable than ever to preserve the freedom of scientific research and the freedom of initiative for the original investigators, because these freedoms have always been and will always remain the most fertile sources for the grand progress of science. (Nobel Laureate Louis de Broglie, April 25, 1978)
And as Max Planck wrote;
(Max Planck) A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.
If you are within the academic system and believe that the Wave Structure of Matter deserves to be considered by Scientists, then please try and help.
It is an unfortunate fact that academic journals seem to have an inbuilt censorship of new ideas that contradict existing paradigms. This simply reflect human nature, and ultimately these organisations are run by people with pre-existing ideas. However, we live in hope, and there are the small minority within the academic system who realise the errors of the current system and will no doubt be sympathetic to new knowledge if it abides by the rules of Science (as the Wave Structure of Matter does). So it would be great if people submitted articles on the Wave Structure of Matter to these journals.
Below are a few of the main academic Journals (and some of the more fringe alternative). Please email us if you know of any more that may be useful.
http://publish.aps.org/ - American Physical Review publishes Phys. Rev. A to Phys. Rev. E, Rev. Mod. Phys.
http://journals.iop.org/ - Institute of Physics Electronic Journals.
http://www.aip.org/ojs/service.html - American Institute of Physics Journals.
http://physicsweb.org/resources/index.cfm/Publishing/Journals/ - Good list of Journals.
http://ccsd.cnrs.fr/PhysNet/journals.html - This site lists Physics related Journals, which are freely available (= free fulltext) on the net.
http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/jnl_default.asp - Blackwell Publishing is one of the world's largest journal publishers with a total of over 600 prestigious journals within physical sciences, life sciences, medicine, social sciences and humanities.
http://www.amasci.com/freenrg/fejnls.html - This site looks to be very useful as it is devoted to 'unconventional' Science Journals. Includes Roy Keys' Apeiron Journal, Frontier Perspective, and Galilean Electrodynamics which have all published articles by Prof. Milo Wolff (retired, founder of the Wave Structure of Matter).
http://sciencepage.org/mags.htm - A nice little site of Science resources that has links to about twenty SCIENCE JOURNALS and MAGAZINES.
The following websites have useful public relations & marketing information with options to submit articles. All content on our website is released as GNU Free Documentation License (FDL) (anyone can use content, but it cannot be copyrighted) so please feel free to submit some content from one of our pages.
http://www.goarticles.com/ - NOTE To Authors: GoArticles is a free content article directory. (Alexa rank 2,000)
http://www.isnare.com/ - Distribute your articles to over 20,000+ publishers. (Alexa rank 10,000)
http://www.submityourarticle.com/indexi.php - Generate publicity for your web site via our automated article submission service. Just plug in your article and submit - your article will be distributed to thousands of targeted publishers, and published on partner web sites and article directories across the globe, within seconds. (Alexa rank 11,000)
http://www.articlecity.com/article_submission.shtml - ArticleCity.com is your one-stop source for free articles. Do you need contents to add to your web site? Or articles for use on your opt-in newsletters and e-zines? ArticleCity has scoured the web and indexed a huge collection of articles on various subjects. ... Submit your article to ArticleCity.com. Please include a brief bio of yourself that highlights your field of expertise, experience, company name (if any), web site address and your e-mail address. (Alexa rank 5,000)
http://articlecity.prwebdirect.com/catalog.php - PR Web™ distributes press releases for many Fortune 500 companies and is the largest Newswire catering to small and medium-sized companies and organizations. PR Web currently stands as one of the largest overall online press release newswires anywhere. (Alexa rank 30,000)
http://www.publicityinsider.com/PRlinks.asp - List of Publicity & Internet Marketing Links.
I am sure that there are lots of other options for generating free publicity. Any thoughts / help would be appreciated!
To get knowledge of the Wave Structure of Matter into the world it is obviously important to get main pages translated into major world languages. So if anyone can help with this please write to us. If necessary we can even pay a bit for this service (though we be poor philosophers who live very simply!).
Altavista has a webpage that offers some basic translation services. See;
http://world.altavista.com/ - Babel Fish Translation. Translate a block of text - Enter up to 150 words.
http://www.wikipedia.org/ - Has links to foreign language Wikipedia's that mirror the English Wikipedia site (ten different languages). So it would be great if people could put knowledge of the Wave Structure of Matter into some of these foreign language wikipedia sites.
(Rachel Carson) We stand now where two roads diverge. But unlike the roads in Robert Frost's familiar poem, they are not equally fair. The road we have long been traveling is deceptively easy, a smooth superhighway on which we progress with great speed, but at its end lies disaster. The other fork of the road - the one 'less traveled by' - offers our last, our only chance to reach a destination that assures the preservation of the earth. The choice, after all, is ours to make.
(Margaret Mead) Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world, indeed it is the only thing that ever has.
I realise that some people may think that we are trying to develop a kind of cult by building a movement on the Internet that supports & promotes the Wave Structure of Matter. We have no interest in cults, and believe very much in being independent individuals. However, I am a philosopher of Science who happens to think that truth is very important to Humanity. And conversely, while we have errors in the foundations of our knowledge (which we do, and this is obvious to anyone who studies the Sciences) then these errors will flow through into all aspects of life and society causing conflict and harm along the way (our current world). So this is not a cult, it is a movement of people who care about truth and sincerity in Science, who recognise the problems that both human knowledge and human society currently face, and would like to contribute to improving both these things. And with the Internet it is now possible for you to make a substantial difference (as our Site Statistics show).
I am certainly not naive as to the difficulties of getting new knowledge considered by the world (as some of the quotes forcefully explain). Thus I also realise that it is the next generation who will most appreciate the Wave Structure of Matter, and I feel some considerable responsibility to ensure this knowledge is visible on the Internet such that they can consider it fairly (most top academic journals will not publish work on the Wave Structure of Matter, which is both a shame and a sad indictment of the academic standards and prejudices that new knowledge faces).
On a more positive note, after Google's last update (Feb.
3rd 2005) the Site Statistics for our
nearly doubled (we now get 16,000 to 20,000 page views per day).
Significantly, most of our pages now rank in top 30 for main subjects in
Physics, Philosophy and Metaphysics (we are Top 20 for
main search terms in both Quantum
Theory and Albert
Einstein's Theory of Relativity which is remarkable!).
So I am quite confident that within a year (with only a small amount of help) this website will rank in top ten for many major subjects, will be getting 50,000 to 100,000 page views a day, and will have succeeded in making the Wave Structure of Matter at least visible to the world.
And I think that a large part of this success is because of you, the people 'out there' who read this, find it sensible and at least worthy of consideration, and have added links back to pages as they discuss them in forums, blogs, etc.
So thanks everybody - all the nice letters of encouragement and kindness - both Karene and I are very touched. We are working hard on the website to try and ensure that your efforts are not wasted, and that this knowledge of the Wave Structure of Matter is presented carefully, intelligently, and hopefully in a way that is also aesthetically pleasing (thank Karene for that!).
Following this (rambling) introduction there are five points
that I briefly summarise about the evolution of human knowledge and its
relationship to society to explain why I think this knowledge of WSM is
not only important, but why it will also succeed. Certainly from my experience
over several years of using and studying the internet and the Search Engines
(mainly Google - and I have been very thorough in my research and experiments!),
it is actually relatively easy for a small number of people to make a big
difference (as our site stats now seem to confirm).
And while I am still a little amazed by our latest results, it gives us great confidence that not only are we succeeding, but much more rapidly than we ever imagined. So I hope that quite a few of you take some pride and encouragement from this (it is nice to enjoy success with others).
In ending, I would like to emphasise that in these early days your help (and this 'how to help' page) are central to the success of this website and the emerging knowledge of the Wave Structure of Matter on the Internet.
I leave you with some quotes (below) that are relevant to
the article which follows on the evolution of knowledge and society.
You can also just browse around the headings and you will find many interesting and useful places on the Internet to explore (and build links!) and we also have some cool website tools that will be very useful to anyone who uses the Internet (which is a most fascinating place, with incredible potential for Humanity as I see things).
(Albert Einstein) We must not conceal from ourselves that no improvement in the present depressing situation is possible without a severe struggle; for the handful of those who are really determined to do something is minute in comparison with the mass of the lukewarm and the misguided.
(Erwin Schrodinger) What we observe as material bodies and forces are nothing but shapes and variations in the structure of space. Particles are just schaumkommen (appearances). ... The world is given to me only once, not one existing and one perceived. Subject and object are only one. The barrier between them cannot be said to have broken down as a result of recent experience in the physical sciences, for this barrier does not exist. ... Let me say at the outset, that in this discourse, I am opposing not a few special statements of quantum mechanics held today (1950s), I am opposing as it were the whole of it, I am opposing its basic views that have been shaped 25 years ago, when Max Born put forward his probability interpretation, which was accepted by almost everybody. ... I don't like it, and I'm sorry I ever had anything to do with it. ... The scientist only imposes two things, namely truth and sincerity, imposes them upon himself and upon other scientists.
(David Bohm, Wholeness and the Implicate Order, 1980) The notion that all these fragments is separately existent is evidently an illusion, and this illusion cannot do other than lead to endless conflict and confusion. Indeed, the attempt to live according to the notion that the fragments are really separate is, in essence, what has led to the growing series of extremely urgent crises that is confronting us today. Thus, as is now well known, this way of life has brought about pollution, destruction of the balance of nature, over-population, world-wide economic and political disorder and the creation of an overall environment that is neither physically nor mentally healthy for most of the people who live in it. Individually there has developed a widespread feeling of helplessness and despair, in the face of what seems to be an overwhelming mass of disparate social forces, going beyond the control and even the comprehension of the human beings who are caught up in it.
(Lee Smolin, 1997) A successful unification of quantum theory and relativity would necessarily be a theory of the universe as a whole. It would tell us, as Aristotle and Newton did before, what space and time are, what the cosmos is, what things are made of, and what kind of laws those things obey. Such a theory will bring about a radical shift - a revolution - in our understanding of what nature is. It must also have wide repercussions, and will likely bring about, or contribute to, a shift in our understanding of ourselves and our relationship to the rest of the universe.
This short essay below makes five points that I think are
important and explain why we are asking for help from people who stumble
upon our website and perhaps feel some affinity for the work that we are
doing on the Wave Structure of Matter (which is really just confirming the
dynamic Unity of Reality, which has been known since the time of the Ancients).
I must admit that I don't really like asking for help - both Karene and I are pretty self sufficient, we live very isolated from the world on 600 acres of bush on the south west coast of Australia. And it was my concern for Nature that was really the motivating force for me to study physics philosophy and metaphysics (ten years ago now!) as a way of trying to understand what Nature actually is, as a way of helping to prevent its (and perhaps our) destruction.
Anyway, I now realise (because of the many nice intelligent
letters we receive) that there are actually quite a few people interested
in helping the Wave Structure of Matter. This page is just our way of saying
thanks, and offering knowledge to you on some important aspects of the internet
that will not only be interesting and useful if you want to help us, but
will be equally useful no matter what you do on the internet. (Browse around
the page headings - it is pretty self explanatory).
I think the world is in great peril, and the two biggest factors that need to be corrected (and can be) are human overpopulation (with the resultant destruction of Nature), and myth based customs from our past (rather than truth) that cause errors in our thinking and behaviour (and which ultimately lead to conflict). It is this second problem, of the errors in human knowledge, that philosophy makes its business to correct (and is the purpose of this website). With correct foundations for our thinking, eventually the problems of human overpopulation, the destruction of Nature, and the general evolution of society would also be sensibly resolved. As Hume, Kant, and Popper wrote;
(David Hume, 1737) And though the philosopher may live remote from business, the genius of philosophy, if carefully cultivated by several, must gradually diffuse itself throughout the whole society, and bestow a similar correctness on every art and calling.
(Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason, 1781) It is the duty of philosophy to destroy the illusions which had their origin in misconceptions, whatever darling hopes and valued expectations may be ruined by its explanations. ... and thus to prevent the scandal which metaphysical controversies are sure, sooner or later, to cause even to the masses.
(Karl Popper, 1975) In my opinion, the greatest scandal of philosophy is that, while all around us the world of nature perishes - and not the world of nature alone - philosophers continue to talk, sometimes cleverly and sometimes not, about the question of whether this world exists. They get involved in scholasticism, in linguistic puzzles such as, for example, whether or not there are differences between 'being' and 'existing'. ... Denying realism amounts to megalomania (the most widespread occupational disease of the professional philosopher). ... If a theory corresponds to the facts but does not cohere with some earlier knowledge, then this earlier knowledge should be discarded.
There is, and always has been, a natural resistance of Society at large to new ideas, new ways of seeing and thinking about the world. Two very famous Scientists, Charles Darwin (Theory of Evolution) and Max Planck (Quantum Theory) perfectly explain this problem that new knowledge / truth faces.
(Charles Darwin) Although I am fully convinced of the truth of the views given in this volume I by no means expect to convince experienced naturalists whose minds are stocked with a multitude of facts all viewed, during a long course of years, from a point of view directly opposite to mine. But I look with confidence to the future to young and rising naturalists, who will be able to view both sides of the question with impartiality.
(Max Planck) A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.
It is now clear that the Wave Structure of Matter (WSM)
explains and solves many of the problems of Science caused by the 'particle
& field' conception of matter in 'Space-Time'.
The WSM is unique in being the most simple language for describing Reality,
founded on One continuously connected thing, Space, existing as a wave medium.
From 'Particles generating spherical Fields in Space-Time', (four things) to Spherical Waves in Space (One Thing).
The Wave-Center obviously explains the effect of 'particles', the interaction of the spherical In and Out-Waves with other matter in Space explains the spherical field effects.
Basically, by being founded on One thing, the WSM resolves many problems currently existing in Physics, Philosophy and Metaphysics, by explaining how things are necessarily interconnected (e.g. matter across the Universe, our bodies and the external world we sense, our words and their connection to what physically exists). And as Hume so elegantly argued, it is this necessary connection from One thing existing which is ultimately the source (and cause) of truth (which being founded on One thing is also necessarily the most simple Scientific Theory of Reality).
We find in the course of nature that though the effects be many, the principles from which they arise are commonly few and simple, and that it is the sign of an unskilled naturalist to have recourse to a different quality in order to explain every different operation. (David Hume)
There are only a small minority (perhaps 1 in a 1,000 people) with critical minds who will actually read and think on the Wave Structure of Matter. There are many reasons for this - from having the time, motivation, and an open skeptical, logical (rather than emotional) mind. Without these things it is impossible to reasonably understanding the Wave Structure of Matter, or decide its validity as a realistic theory of Reality. I do not mean this as a criticism of the rest of you!, but rather an as important aspect of human nature and the evolution of knowledge and truth. It is up to the few - and these few are very important to Humanity!
(Albert Einstein, 1954) Somebody who only reads newspapers and at best books of contemporary authors looks to me like an extremely near-sighted person who scorns eyeglasses. He is completely dependent on the prejudices and fashions of his times, since he never gets to see or hear anything else. And what a person thinks on his own without being stimulated by the thoughts and experiences of other people is even in the best case rather paltry and monotonous. ... There are only a few enlightened people with a lucid mind and style and with good taste within a century. What has been preserved of their work belongs among the most precious possessions of mankind. We owe it to a few writers of antiquity (Plato, Aristotle, etc.) that the people in the Middle Ages could slowly extricate themselves from the superstitions and ignorance that had darkened life for more than half a millennium. Nothing is more needed to overcome the modernist's snobbishness.
(Galileo Galilei) In the long run my observations have convinced me that some men, reasoning preposterously, first establish some conclusion in their minds which, either because of its being their own or because of their having received it from some person who has their entire confidence, impresses them so deeply that one finds it impossible ever to get it out of their heads. Such arguments in support of their fixed idea ... gain their instant acceptance and applause. On the other hand whatever is brought forward against it, however ingenious and conclusive, they receive with disdain or with hot rage - if indeed it does not make them ill. Beside themselves with passion, some of them would not be backward even about scheming to suppress and silence their adversaries. I have had some experience of this myself. ... No good can come of dealing with such people, especially to the extent that their company may be not only unpleasant but dangerous.
(Arthur Schopenhauer) For the incredibly great majority of men are by their nature absolutely incapable of any but material aims; they cannot even comprehend any others. Accordingly, the pursuit of truth alone is a pursuit far too lofty and eccentric for us to expect that all or many, or indeed even a mere few, will sincerely take part in it.
(Friedrich Nietzsche) For such is man: a Theological Dogma might be refuted to him a thousand times - provided however, that he had need of it, he would again and again accept it as true.
Leibniz, 1670) I agree with you that it is important to examine
our presuppositions, thoroughly and once for all, in order to establish
something solid. For I hold that it is only when we can prove all that we
bring forward that we perfectly understand the thing under consideration.
I know that the common herd takes little pleasure in these researches, but
I know also that the common herd take little pains thoroughly to understand
... a distinction must be made between true and false ideas, and that too much rein must not be given to a man's imagination under pretext of its being a clear and distinct intellection.
It is clear that the Internet has rapidly become the dominant factor in the evolution of human knowledge. Consequently the Search Engines (mainly Google with about 70% market share) which determine which web pages we see, have become central to this evolution of knowledge and truth.
Since the latest Google update (Google Dance) on 3rd Feb. 2005, this website
now gets 15,000 to 20,000 page views a day (about 10,000 unique visitors).
However, many of the more important pages (which I am re-writing during
2005) rank from 30 to 100. While this may be out of several million results
(which is not bad) the end result is that they do not get seen by many people.
Top ten is critical to being seen on the Internet.
I have though, done extensive experimenting with web pages and building external links, and I am quite certain that if I can get one in a thousand people to add some links to various pages from time to time, that over the next year it will be possible to get pages on the Wave Structure of Matter into the top ten results in most of the major subject areas related to Physics, Philosophy and Metaphysics (which is a very remarkable thing!).
There is a battle being fought, between customs of the past, and new truths that are discovered as Human knowledge evolves. However, due to the current state of the world, there is now some urgency to end this conflict of errors. It would be a cruel irony for Humanity if true knowledge of Reality was known and ignored, when it clearly has the power to correct so many of our current errors that are causing such harm to Humanity.
(Arthur Schopenhauer) It is a ticklish question, the steering of the public, good and docile as it is on the whole. Although as a rule the absurd culminates, and it seems impossible for the voice of the individual ever to penetrate through the chorus of foolers and fooled, still there is left to the genuine works of all times a quite peculiar, silent, slow, and powerful influence; and as if by a miracle, we see them rise at last out of the turmoil like a balloon that floats up out of the thick atmosphere of this globe into purer regions. Having once arrived there, it remains at rest, and no one can any longer draw it down again.
I have devoted the past ten years of my life to studying the history of
human knowledge and writing this up in this website. While i still have
another few years work to finish off writing up pages / subjects, the success
of the Wave Structure of Matter now largely depends upon you. (So it seems
that things may just work out OK given recent trends!)
As Thomas Hobbes wrote, Hell is Truth Seen Too Late! But now, due to contributions from many people, I have more confidence that we might just work things out before it is too late! And that is a nice thought when I consider my two dear beautiful little children, and the future world they may live in. I think many of you appreciate this too.
All the best,
Geoff Haselhurst, June, 2005
'The Gift of Truth Excels all Other Gifts.' (Buddha)
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