EXPLORING ET CONTACT IN UNSTABLE UNIVERSE: 'JOURNEY TO INNER SPACE’

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People occupying the outermost reaches universe will continue to be called upon to answer to the innermost questions of their existence.

A short-length video posted to YouTube explains the folly of ignoring inner-dimensional implications of ET contact in a cosmos that physicists from the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory describe as “inherently unstable.” SecretMessageTV’s production of “UFO: Journey to Inner Space” posits “substantial evidence” for psychic contact between humans and ETs that anticipates physical events stating how “Whether we choose to go willingly or are compelled by pressure of circumstances everyone will have to address the psychic inner-dimensional nature of individual existence.”

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The brief presentation features exclusive never-before-seen night vision from ECETI Ranch in which UFOs interact with light pulses from the ground. The narrative explains how “Even if we succeed in achieving the outermost reaches of the physical universe people occupying that environment will continue to be called upon to answer to the innermost questions of their existence. In answering that call those people will be positioned to fulfill their true potential and discover what it really means to be human.”

Joseph Lykken, a theoretical physicist with the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois, told reporters in 2013 how "the universe we live in is inherently unstable and at some point billions of years from now it's all going to get wiped out," prior to a meeting with the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Boston. Such limited temporal prospects would seem to prioritize the resolution of optimized human potential at a much earlier rather than later date on the cosmic calendar.

 

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Science's limited temporal prospects would seem to prioritize the resolution of optimized human potential at a much earlier rather than later date.
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