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All ‘Natural science’ topics

  • Antimatter (Antimatter is material composed of elementary particles of equal mass but opposite electrical charge.)
  • Big Bang (Emergence of the entire universe of matter and energy from a primal explosion where a point of infinite density, a so-called singularity, exploded and gave rise to all of what we consider to be the universe.)
  • Black hole (An object near which the gravity field is so intense that the escape velocity exceeds the velocity of light.)
  • Bose-Einstein condensate (A unique state of matter that forms below a critical temperature in which all bosons that comprise the matter fall into the same quantum state.)
  • Cataclysm (Cataclysms occur at very different scales.)
  • Color spectrum (Visible light corresponds to a range of wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation from about 400 for red to 800 nanometers for indigo.)
  • Comet cluster
  • Dimension (A dimension is not simply an axis perpendicular to all other axis of the space in question. Dimensions can be linear or cyclic, finite or infinite.)
  • Energy (In physics, energy means capacity to do work.)
  • Entropy (In physics, entropy refers to the amount of order in a given system. Irreversible processes, such as combustion increase entropy.)
  • Event Enhanced Quantum Theory (EEQT is an attempt at bridging between the quantum and classical worlds in physics.)
  • Game theory (This is a branch of mathematics which explores outcomes of choices within "games", i.e. systems with formal rules, participants, a space of possible actions and typically some sort of score function.)
  • Gravity (Gravity is everywhere but the mechanism through which it propagates is not known.)
  • HAARP (HAARP refers to a United States military-operated research site in Alaska, and used for space and time manipulation as well as mind control of the masses.)
  • Holographic nature (A hologram is an image which appears to have depth because its appearance changes according to the angle of observation.)
  • Hyperdimensional physics (The term generally refers to theories of physics involving more than three dimensions of space and one of time.)
  • Many-worlds interpretation (One interpretation of quantum theory is that each time a measurement is made, all possible outcomes of the measurement occur, each in its own parallel world.)
  • Matrix (The word has a number of different uses, but is often used in the present work to refer to the 'matrix control system', a metaphorical description of humanity's situation drawing upon the film The Matrix.)
  • Maunder Minimum (A period named after the English solar astronomer E.W. Maunder, who charted an interval of drastically reduced sunspot activity between the years of 1645 and 1715.)
  • Mitochondrial DNA (This is a section of DNA which is inherited from the mother exclusively.)
  • Monoatomic gold (Monoatomic gold refers to a gold powder so fine that it consists of single atoms not joined by metal bonds to neighboring gold atoms.)
  • Neutrino (The neutrino is a type of fundamental particle with no electric charge, a very small mass, and one-half unit of spin.)
  • Nonlinear system (Any process where the output is not in direct proportion to the input can be called non-linear.)
  • Orgone energy (This term was introduced by Wilhelm Reich and refers to a subtle form of energy that acts as a sort of organizing principle for natural phenomena.)
  • Particle (In particle physics, a particle is a basic unit of matter and energy.)
  • Particle physics (Particle physics is a branch of physics that studies the elementary constituents of matter and radiation, and the interactions between them.)
  • Pineal gland (The pineal gland is a reddish colored cone-shaped mass of about 8 mm in diameter, located deep inside the brain.)
  • Planck constant (A physical constant that is the quantum of action in quantum mechanics.)
  • Pole shift (A common theme in various predictions of Earth changes, the pole shift refers to more than the switching of the magnetic poles.)
  • Positive vs. negative feedback (Positive feedback is when a system's output keeps feeding its input (which may e.g. cause the output to grow exponentially), while negative feedback is when a system counteracts changes in its output to keep the system stable. These concepts can be used to describe aspects of the human condition, both individually and collectively.)
  • Quantum physics (The scientific study of sub-atomic reality.)
  • Quantum tunneling
  • Rigel (Rigel (Beta Orionis) is a supergiant.)
  • Technology (The role of technology in the development of consciousness is somewhat complex and ambiguous.)
  • Unified Field Theory (A type of field theory that allows all fundamental forces and elementary particles to be written in terms of a single field.)
  • White dwarves and supernovae
  • Zero-point energy and field