Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity are both accepted as scientific fact even though they’re mutually exclusive. Albert Einstein spent the second half of his life searching for a unifying truth that would reconcile the two.
Einstein was searching for String Theory. It not only reconciles General Relativity to Quantum Mechanics, but it reconciles Science and the Bible as well.
Listen to a group of physicists talk about String Theory and it will slowly dawn on you that they’re explaining the entire universe as nothing but the quivering, dancing echo of the voice of God. “Let there be light.”
String Theory describes energy and matter as being composed of tiny, wiggling strands of energy that look like strings. And the pitch of a string’s vibration determines the nature of its effect.
In essence, String Theory describes space and time, matter and energy, gravity and light, indeed all of God’s creation… as music.
Strings of gravity vibrate at a different frequency than strings of light. The strings that make up protons vibrate at a different pitch than the strings that make up electrons. Strings composing the strong nuclear force vibrate differently than the strings composing the weak nuclear force. And electromagnetism vibrates at its own unique frequency as well.
We’ve known for a while that matter is made of protons, neutrons and electrons – which are themselves made of quarks. Now String Theory comes along to whisper in our ear that quarks are made of vibrating, wiggling strings of energy that are unimaginably small. According to Brian Greene, a Columbia University physicist educated at Harvard and Oxford, “If an atom were enlarged to the size of the solar system, a string would only be as large as a tree.”
Greene goes on to say, “Just as different vibrational patterns or frequencies of a single cello string create what we hear as different musical notes, the different way that strings vibrate give particles their unique properties, such as mass and charge. For example, the only difference between the particles making up you and me – and the particles that transmit gravity and the other forces – is the way these tiny strings vibrate. Composed of an enormous number of these oscillating strings, the universe can be thought of as a grand, cosmic symphony.”
According to String Theory, what appears to be empty space is actually a tumultuous ocean of strings vibrating at the precise frequencies that create the 4 dimensions you and I call height, width, depth and time. We live in these 4 dimensions and know them well. But String Theory (M-Theory) describes an additional 7 dimensions beyond our ability to perceive.
Suddenly the idea of an invisible world isn’t quite so hard to believe.
Physicist David Gross of the University of California in Santa Barbara says, “It’s as if we’ve stumbled in the dark into a house which we thought was a 2-bedroom apartment and now we’re discovering there’s a 19-room mansion at least, and maybe it’s got a thousand rooms and we’re just beginning our journey.”
So what can String Theory teach us about art and advertising, journalism and truth, persuasion and seduction?
Come to the inaugural session of Wizard Academy’s new class on Advanced Thought Particles and Third Gravitating Bodies and we’ll do our best to open your eyes to a whole new way of looking at communication.
Read the details at WizardAcademy.org.
Roy H. Williams
PS – We’ve scheduled the newly formatted and freshly priced Magical Worlds Communications Workshop for September 5-7. Take a look at the curriculum and see some happy details.
AND Bryan Eisenberg just called to let me know he was quoted last week in the New York Times. Even though Bryan and Jeffrey are sitting in the hottest part of the national spotlight, Bryan promised me that he would come to Austin on Saturday, August 19 to talk about the marketing insights contained in his new bestseller Waiting for Your Cat to Bark? Bryan’s talk will be just one of the many special treats we’ll have for you in this rare, Free Public Seminar. You really ought to come.
A NOTE FROM TAMARA TOMKO – Hi, I’m the person who answers the phone when you call and I’m also one of the people who reads the incoming emails. I thought you guys might like to hear what realtor Ken Brand had to say about last week’s inaugural session of Da Vinci and the 40 Answers:
I’ve attended a few different Wiz Academy courses now.
For me, this one was predictably unpredictable…a rare, appreciated, and wonderful thing. Filled to overflowing with new illumination… like an all you can eat buffet stretches your stomach to new dimensions, my brain grew to new circumferences. Embedded in the mountain of brain/spirit/soul food, an embarrassment of riches kick you in the teeth, rattle your cage, a multi-media sensory storm… a reinforcement and polishing of past gems, the introduction of new, brilliant and pungent insights, practical tools and rambling around-the-world intercourse with fellow classmates.
Comedy, ah-ha, WTF, no-way, WOW and spotlight revelations were the order of the day… both days.
Roy was Roy. If you’ve experienced Roy live-in-action you know what I mean… if you haven’t… words can’t describe or explain. Like sex…you can’t fully appreciate it unless you’ve personally experienced it yourself. Enough said.
Mark Fox was a natural left brain balance. He shined. Brightly.
I will use my newfound knowledge to help myself and boost those around me.
My recommendations to others…don’t be “a slow fish”…RUN – DON’T walk!
Thanks for everything,