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0:15 well welcome to today’s a workshop this
0:20 is going to be a focus on really what I
0:23 call the transdimensional Sciences of
0:25 the next millennium and it’s dealing
0:30 essentially with where current knowledge
0:34 of science meets the science of
0:37 consciousness and contact experience and
0:41 puts all those things together so they
0:43 make sense to people and that’s a really
0:46 big task because what you find normally
0:49 with this subject is that it goes as far
0:51 as do UFOs exist and people they want to
0:55 kick the tires on the UFOs
0:57 well first of all if they had tires and
0:58 that kind of landing gear it means it’s
1:01 made by Lockheed Martin and my uncle’s
1:03 old company Northrop Grumman and it’s an
1:06 antigravity device secondly if it’s only
1:10 in this dimension meaning 3-d or 4d if
1:13 you count count time time is 2/4 then it
1:17 is an interstellar so the first thing to
1:21 get your mind around is to forget
1:23 everything you know about conventional
1:27 wisdom if you’ve studied the UFO subject
1:30 but also what you know about
1:33 conventional science because they’re
1:35 both antiquated and have been purposely
1:37 kept antiquated I’ll get into this in a moment
1:40 dumb down what I want to do is share
1:44 what I think you and the public need to
1:46 know to understand what has been called
1:50 the phenomenon sort of this sort of meta
1:52 phenomenon of ET contact and UFO
1:57 phenomenon that goes beyond just the
2:01 fact that they’re moving at a hundred
2:03 thousand miles per hour and can make a
2:06 right-hand turn without decelerating and
2:08 not kill the pilots on board with you
2:10 know a thousand g-forces or whatever
2:12 that would be because you know that’s
2:16 all very interesting but it kind of begs
2:19 the question of if they’re interstellar
2:21 how to get here and the fact that
2:25 they’re here a priori they use something
2:28 that’s beyond even post quantum physics
2:32 and is a little bit like going back to
2:37 Thomas Jefferson’s era there’s only a
2:41 couple 100 years ago and showing him
2:45 this thing a smartphone and there’d be
2:51 no foundation for understanding this
2:53 this would be metaphysical so to the New
2:57 Age people they say well it’s a
2:59 metaphysical thing also in metal is met
3:02 and what meta what what do you mean
3:03 metaphysical metaphysical is just a term
3:06 that people use when they don’t quite
3:08 understand the science of a phenomenon
3:11 that’s occurring there is no
3:13 metaphysical it’s all level of
3:16 consciousness of where you’re coming
3:17 from so if you’re an advanced
3:19 civilization that’s interstellar by
3:22 definition you’re transdimensional so
3:25 you’re dropping out of linear space-time
3:27 and then you’re reappearing at another
3:30 point in space-time but not in a
3:32 straight line and the comprehension of
3:36 that requires a lot of humility on the
3:39 part of humans which we typically lack
3:42 but particularly scientists and
3:44 theologians we’ll get to get to that a
3:48 little bit later there’s people with
3:50 spiritual understanding because the the
3:53 paradigm is one of coming to work there
3:58 is this nexus where these what the
4:02 physicist Goswami described as the
4:05 self-aware universe comes together with
4:09 post quantum physics and way past spin
4:12 theory and string theory and where you
4:15 begin to be very cognizant of the fact
4:18 that these technologies that are
4:21 interstellar are operating from a level
4:25 of an understanding of the cosmos in
4:28 reality that is one where consciousness
4:31 and the mind is present at every level
4:35 even the 3d level because it’s the only
4:38 thing that explains the phenomenon
4:41 and all the different manifestations so
4:45 I use this term TD is transdimensional
4:48 interstellar and so I just want to
4:50 introduce that right off the bat so TD
4:52 is is a term that I use for what we’re
4:57 dealing with when we look at the science
4:59 of consciousness and the physics of how
5:01 the spacecraft move operate in our space
5:06 but also go from one star system to
5:08 another
5:09 and of course in the aerospace industry
5:12 they have more colorful terms for this I
5:16 was flying last year to Australia and I
5:18 was accidentally was put beside a man
5:21 going from Sydney to Brisbane who was a
5:25 northrop grumman engineer i said oh it’s
5:28 my uncle’s old company my uncle worked
5:30 on the lunar module the thing that
5:32 landed on the moon with no alarms wrong
5:33 in it and he says oh yeah that’s clearly
5:35 cool and I said yeah I know he’s a young
5:38 engineer and he said what are you doing
5:39 I said well I’m here for a meeting he
5:42 says oh I hey I said kind of dealing
5:44 with some of the stuff that you may or
5:46 may not deal with and I just opened the
5:49 door a little bit so yeah we know what
5:50 that we call that pfm I said what he
5:55 said pure magic and so his words
6:01 not mine although I did repeat them
6:04 redact but uh-huh but that is why
6:08 there’s called pfm but at the CIA is
6:11 called WS FM have you all heard this
6:13 term before the first time I heard it it
6:16
was from the science director guy who’s
6:18
the one of the top guys in the science
6:19
Directorate CIA there’s actually been
6:21
encouraged me to do what I’ve been doing
6:23
for since 1992 because he can’t because
6:27
it get assassinated so he says you do it
6:29
you get assassinated who cares and so so
6:34
they use this term WS FM sounds like a
6:36
radio station it stands for weird
6:39
science and freakin magic and that is
6:41
what they call this a Naval Research Lab
6:44
people call it that because what it
6:46
deals with is a type of phenomenon that
6:48
when you get into a certain level of
6:50
very high voltage systems where the
6:55
voltage is at a certain frequency in
6:57
resonant field I’m not going to bore
6:59
people with the Arcana of this but let’s
7:01
say you have a pointing vector or you
7:07
put an energy field with with very high
7:10
voltage around an object that’s a couple
7:13
million volts very very low amperage so
7:17
there’s not much power involved but it a
7:19
certain cycles per second or Hertz
7:22
resonant and in specific resonant field
7:25
that object can be made to literally
7:28
begin to resonate and then tilt out of
7:32
linear space-time and it will disappear
7:35
now I’ve been in a lab that’s run near
7:39
the Redstone Arsenal in Alabama
7:41
Huntsville where I this stuff has been
7:43
done and so by humans so but so it’s
7:48
disappeared you can’t see it and it
7:51
actually has moved into another
7:54
dimension dimension 6 10 12 89 whatever
7:58
it is someone asked me how many
7:59
dimensions are there I said how many
8:01
numbers are there between zero and
8:02
infinity okay so forget about eleven
8:06
dimensions or it keeps going so you know
8:11
it’s like infinity goes back to infinity
8:13
or an get into this later
8:16
and so that science behind this has
8:20
really been studied somewhat
8:21
accidentally in the early days by
8:23
Faraday Maxwell Tesla and it was a sort
8:29
of an empiricist understanding you know
8:33
in joint empiricism is empiricism is
8:35
basically observational you know science
8:38
you you observe something it’s empirical
8:41
it’s tangible now you may not know the
8:44
theoretical behind it and this happens
8:47
in science all the time we’ll we’ll see
8:50
something and what we can describe the
8:52
phenomenon and even the parameters of
8:54
the science but we won’t understand
8:57
really what it’s doing we still really
9:00
understand how from the herb foxglove
9:06
digitoxin works to increase
9:09
contractile strength of the heart muscle
9:11
but it’s been used for a hundred years
9:13
and it wasn’t until very recently they
9:16
understood how aspirin worked which
9:18
respond that is the Barker from the bark
9:20
of a tree is where you get aspirin from
9:22
didn’t understand how that really worked
9:24
and they still don’t understand it all
9:25
of that works but it’s key you can use
9:27
it and empirically see how it works but
9:30
the understanding unfolds over sometimes
9:31
decades centuries millennia so I’m going
9:35
to be talking about areas of science
9:37
that is through a glass dimly and that
9:41
there’s certain phenomenon that we can
9:43
observe but the actual full
9:47
understanding of it’s probably going to
9:48
be unfolding over the next thousand five
9:50
thousand five hundred thousand years the
9:54
whole Nick’s cycle we’re in so that’s
9:58
that’s I want to set the stage there and
10:00
the other part of setting the stage is
10:03
the humility needed to sort approach in
10:06
a subject like this because the biggest
10:08
mistake people make is to think we know
10:11
everything I know everything because I’m
10:14
a physicist at MIT well actually you
10:17
know not it’s like the guy it’s like the
10:20
guy who in the late 1800s declared that
10:23
we could close the Patent Office because
10:26
everything that could be invented had
10:28
been now this is a true story so you
10:31
know there’s this hubris that goes with
10:33
the human condition that’s rather
10:35
worrisome which has led to the
10:37
foolishness that we see today called
10:40
human society but but so to get past
10:46
that foolish way of thinking there has
10:50
to be a very open mind and also willing
10:55
to admit that we really don’t understand
10:57
but a tiny fraction of the cosmos around
11:00
us and the brightest and best amongst us
11:04
in the working their whole lifetimes can
11:06
only unfold a little bit of it and so
11:10
from that foundation of sort of humility
11:14
then we can go and explore and if we
11:17
don’t understand something you just file
11:19
it and say well someday we may
11:21
understand that
11:22
but don’t discount it because there’s
11:25
all of the things that are discounted
11:26
because it’s not fitting into the box of
11:29
the current paradigm of science or
11:31
religion or thought that gets chucked
11:35
out and that’s where the good stuff is
11:39
it’s the really good stuff and often
11:43
people who do begin to explore those
11:45
things get persecuted like the
11:47
University of Rajabi have our farm out
11:49
near University of Virginia and there
11:51
was a medical doctor who discovered that
11:55
there was a bacterial h pylori that
11:59
causes a lot of the really bad bleeding
12:01
ulcers and it ran against the theory
12:03
that it was just too much acid and that
12:06
if you took a course of this and that
12:08
medicine instead of the acid medicine or
12:11
with it they would cure them without
12:13
surgery or anything he got run out of
12:15
the country ended up in Australia
12:16
Australia was only place he could get a
12:18
job he ended up getting the Nobel Prize
12:21
but it but the initial reaction of the
12:24
scientific fundamentalist paradigm the
12:28
high priests of science were to say no
12:31
it can’t be because we know everything
12:33
about how this works what turns out they
12:35
didn’t know anything about how ulcers
12:37
worked so the same is true in physics
12:40
the same is true in materials and the
12:43
same is true in theological thought and
12:47
consciousness studies so I think that’s
12:50
why we have to sort of enter this whole
12:53
subject with that kind of perspective
12:56
then you can at least begin to explore
12:58
with with something resembling an open
13:01
mind and learn something the other thing
13:05
to understand is that almost everything
13:08
that I’m going to talk about today has
13:10
been known in some classified project or
13:13
another for a very very long time but in
13:18
pieces maybe not put together the way
13:20
I’m going to present it my job is to
13:22
sort of synthesize it and connect the
13:23
dots which is my job today is really to
13:26
connect all these dots for you guys so
13:28
that so that you leave here
13:30
understanding Wow
13:32
that’s why an
13:34
Kraft does that or that’s why I had this
13:38
experience in a contact moment or that’s
13:42
what the future of energy and technology
13:46
is going to be and a deep understanding
13:49
now what I will try to avoid is too much
13:52
technical jargon Cosette sis’s this is a
13:55
not a group of physicists but and I’m
13:59
just the country doctor from Virginia
14:01
anyway so what sort of a void that’s my
14:05
line I’ve done things at the Pentagon
14:07
I’m just a country doctor from Virginia
14:10
but you have to you know feel in your
14:13
heart that the knowledge can be
14:16
understood even if it’s not in all the
14:19
technical aspects the concepts so if you
14:23
get the concepts then you can move into
14:25
what I call an operational paradigm and
14:27
the operational paradigm means that you
14:30
can put together the phenomenon you see
14:31
and your own experience and
14:34
consciousness and thought and do
14:36
something with it which of course the
14:39
outgrowth of that is the c5 Initiative
14:43
Close Encounters of the fifth kind where
14:45
humans use consciousness and thought to
14:48
interface with interstellar
14:49
communication systems and make contact
14:51
and that’s that’s the really exciting
14:54
stuff
15:09
you0:15
well welcome to today’s a workshop this
0:20
is going to be a focus on really what I
0:23
call the transdimensional Sciences of
0:25
the next millennium and it’s dealing
0:30
essentially with where current knowledge
0:34
of science meets the science of
0:37
consciousness and contact experience and
0:41
puts all those things together so they
0:43
make sense to people and that’s a really
0:46
big task because what you find normally
0:49
with this subject is that it goes as far
0:51
as do UFOs exist and people they want to
0:55
kick the tires on the UFOs
0:57
well first of all if they had tires and
0:58
that kind of landing gear it means it’s
1:01
made by Lockheed Martin and my uncle’s
1:03
old company Northrop Grumman and it’s an
1:06
antigravity device secondly if it’s only
1:10
in this dimension meaning 3-d or 4d if
1:13
you count count time time is 2/4 then it
1:17
is an interstellar so the first thing to
1:21
get your mind around is to forget
1:23
everything you know about conventional
1:27
wisdom if you’ve studied the UFO subject
1:30
but also what you know about
1:33
conventional science because they’re
1:35
both antiquated and have been purposely
1:37
kept antiquated I’ll get into this in a
1:39
moment
1:40
dumb down what I want to do is share
1:44
what I think you and the public need to
1:46
know to understand what has been called
1:50
the phenomenon sort of this sort of meta
1:52
phenomenon of ET contact and UFO
1:57
phenomenon that goes beyond just the
2:01
fact that they’re moving at a hundred
2:03
thousand miles per hour and can make a
2:06
right-hand turn without decelerating and
2:08
not kill the pilots on board with you
2:10
know a thousand g-forces or whatever
2:12
that would be because you know that’s
2:16
all very interesting but it kind of begs
2:19
the question of if they’re interstellar
2:21
how to get here and the fact that
2:25
they’re here a priori they use something
2:28
that’s beyond even post quantum physics
2:32
and is a little bit like going back to
2:37
Thomas Jefferson’s era there’s only a
2:41
couple 100 years ago and showing him
2:45
this thing a smartphone and there’d be
2:51
no foundation for understanding this
2:53
this would be metaphysical so to the New
2:57
Age people they say well it’s a
2:59
metaphysical thing also in metal is met
3:02
and what meta what what do you mean
3:03
metaphysical metaphysical is just a term
3:06
that people use when they don’t quite
3:08
understand the science of a phenomenon
3:11
that’s occurring there is no
3:13
metaphysical it’s all level of
3:16
consciousness of where you’re coming
3:17
from so if you’re an advanced
3:19
civilization that’s interstellar by
3:22
definition you’re transdimensional so
3:25
you’re dropping out of linear space-time
3:27
and then you’re reappearing at another
3:30
point in space-time but not in a
3:32
straight line and the comprehension of
3:36
that requires a lot of humility on the
3:39
part of humans which we typically lack
3:42
but particularly scientists and
3:44
theologians we’ll get to get to that a
3:48
little bit later there’s people with
3:50
spiritual understanding because the the
3:53
paradigm is one of coming to work there
3:58
is this nexus where these what the
4:02
physicist Goswami described as the
4:05
self-aware universe comes together with
4:09
post quantum physics and way past spin
4:12
theory and string theory and where you
4:15
begin to be very cognizant of the fact
4:18
that these technologies that are
4:21
interstellar are operating from a level
4:25
of an understanding of the cosmos in
4:28
reality that is one where consciousness
4:31
and the mind is present at every level
4:35
even the 3d level because it’s the only
4:38
thing that explains the phenomenon
4:41
and all the different manifestations so
4:45
I use this term TD is transdimensional
4:48
interstellar and so I just want to
4:50
introduce that right off the bat so TD
4:52
is is a term that I use for what we’re
4:57
dealing with when we look at the science
4:59
of consciousness and the physics of how
5:01
the spacecraft move operate in our space
5:06
but also go from one star system to
5:08
another
5:09
and of course in the aerospace industry
5:12
they have more colorful terms for this I
5:16
was flying last year to Australia and I
5:18
was accidentally was put beside a man
5:21
going from Sydney to Brisbane who was a
5:25
northrop grumman engineer i said oh it’s
5:28
my uncle’s old company my uncle worked
5:30
on the lunar module the thing that
5:32
landed on the moon with no alarms wrong
5:33
in it and he says oh yeah that’s clearly
5:35
cool and I said yeah I know he’s a young
5:38
engineer and he said what are you doing
5:39
I said well I’m here for a meeting he
5:42
says oh I hey I said kind of dealing
5:44
with some of the stuff that you may or
5:46
may not deal with and I just opened the
5:49
door a little bit so yeah we know what
5:50
that we call that pfm I said what he
5:55
said pure magic and so his words
6:01
not mine although I did repeat them
6:04
redact but uh-huh but that is why
6:08
there’s called pfm but at the CIA is
6:11
called WS FM have you all heard this
6:13
term before the first time I heard it it
6:16
was from the science director guy who’s
6:18
the one of the top guys in the science
6:19
Directorate CIA there’s actually been
6:21
encouraged me to do what I’ve been doing
6:23
for since 1992 because he can’t because
6:27
it get assassinated so he says you do it
6:29
you get assassinated who cares and so so
6:34
they use this term WS FM sounds like a
6:36
radio station it stands for weird
6:39
science and freakin magic and that is
6:41
what they call this a Naval Research Lab
6:44
people call it that because what it
6:46
deals with is a type of phenomenon that
6:48
when you get into a certain level of
6:50
very high voltage systems where the
6:55
voltage is at a certain frequency in
6:57
resonant field I’m not going to bore
6:59
people with the Arcana of this but let’s
7:01
say you have a pointing vector or you
7:07
put an energy field with with very high
7:10
voltage around an object that’s a couple
7:13
million volts very very low amperage so
7:17
there’s not much power involved but it a
7:19
certain cycles per second or Hertz
7:22
resonant and in specific resonant field
7:25
that object can be made to literally
7:28
begin to resonate and then tilt out of
7:32
linear space-time and it will disappear
7:35
now I’ve been in a lab that’s run near
7:39
the Redstone Arsenal in Alabama
7:41
Huntsville where I this stuff has been
7:43
done and so by humans so but so it’s
7:48
disappeared you can’t see it and it
7:51
actually has moved into another
7:54
dimension dimension 6 10 12 89 whatever
7:58
it is someone asked me how many
7:59
dimensions are there I said how many
8:01
numbers are there between zero and
8:02
infinity okay so forget about eleven
8:06
dimensions or it keeps going so you know
8:11
it’s like infinity goes back to infinity
8:13
or an get into this later
8:16
and so that science behind this has
8:20
really been studied somewhat
8:21
accidentally in the early days by
8:23
Faraday Maxwell Tesla and it was a sort
8:29
of an empiricist understanding you know
8:33
in joint empiricism is empiricism is
8:35
basically observational you know science
8:38
you you observe something it’s empirical
8:41
it’s tangible now you may not know the
8:44
theoretical behind it and this happens
8:47
in science all the time we’ll we’ll see
8:50
something and what we can describe the
8:52
phenomenon and even the parameters of
8:54
the science but we won’t understand
8:57
really what it’s doing we still really
9:00
understand how from the herb foxglove
9:06
digitoxin works to increase
9:09
contractile strength of the heart muscle
9:11
but it’s been used for a hundred years
9:13
and it wasn’t until very recently they
9:16
understood how aspirin worked which
9:18
respond that is the Barker from the bark
9:20
of a tree is where you get aspirin from
9:22
didn’t understand how that really worked
9:24
and they still don’t understand it all
9:25
of that works but it’s key you can use
9:27
it and empirically see how it works but
9:30
the understanding unfolds over sometimes
9:31
decades centuries millennia so I’m going
9:35
to be talking about areas of science
9:37
that is through a glass dimly and that
9:41
there’s certain phenomenon that we can
9:43
observe but the actual full
9:47
understanding of it’s probably going to
9:48
be unfolding over the next thousand five
9:50
thousand five hundred thousand years the
9:54
whole Nick’s cycle we’re in so that’s
9:58
that’s I want to set the stage there and
10:00
the other part of setting the stage is
10:03
the humility needed to sort approach in
10:06
a subject like this because the biggest
10:08
mistake people make is to think we know
10:11
everything I know everything because I’m
10:14
a physicist at MIT well actually you
10:17
know not it’s like the guy it’s like the
10:20
guy who in the late 1800s declared that
10:23
we could close the Patent Office because
10:26
everything that could be invented had
10:28
been now this is a true story so you
10:31
know there’s this hubris that goes with
10:33
the human condition that’s rather
10:35
worrisome which has led to the
10:37
foolishness that we see today called
10:40
human society but but so to get past
10:46
that foolish way of thinking there has
10:50
to be a very open mind and also willing
10:55
to admit that we really don’t understand
10:57
but a tiny fraction of the cosmos around
11:00
us and the brightest and best amongst us
11:04
in the working their whole lifetimes can
11:06
only unfold a little bit of it and so
11:10
from that foundation of sort of humility
11:14
then we can go and explore and if we
11:17
don’t understand something you just file
11:19
it and say well someday we may
11:21
understand that
11:22
but don’t discount it because there’s
11:25
all of the things that are discounted
11:26
because it’s not fitting into the box of
11:29
the current paradigm of science or
11:31
religion or thought that gets chucked
11:35
out and that’s where the good stuff is
11:39
it’s the really good stuff and often
11:43
people who do begin to explore those
11:45
things get persecuted like the
11:47
University of Rajabi have our farm out
11:49
near University of Virginia and there
11:51
was a medical doctor who discovered that
11:55
there was a bacterial h pylori that
11:59
causes a lot of the really bad bleeding
12:01
ulcers and it ran against the theory
12:03
that it was just too much acid and that
12:06
if you took a course of this and that
12:08
medicine instead of the acid medicine or
12:11
with it they would cure them without
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surgery or anything he got run out of
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the country ended up in Australia
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Australia was only place he could get a
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job he ended up getting the Nobel Prize
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but it but the initial reaction of the
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scientific fundamentalist paradigm the
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high priests of science were to say no
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it can’t be because we know everything
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about how this works what turns out they
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didn’t know anything about how ulcers
12:37
worked so the same is true in physics
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the same is true in materials and the
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same is true in theological thought and
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consciousness studies so I think that’s
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why we have to sort of enter this whole
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subject with that kind of perspective
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then you can at least begin to explore
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with with something resembling an open
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mind and learn something the other thing
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to understand is that almost everything
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that I’m going to talk about today has
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been known in some classified project or
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another for a very very long time but in
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pieces maybe not put together the way
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I’m going to present it my job is to
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sort of synthesize it and connect the
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dots which is my job today is really to
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connect all these dots for you guys so
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that so that you leave here
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understanding Wow
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that’s why an
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Kraft does that or that’s why I had this
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experience in a contact moment or that’s
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what the future of energy and technology
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is going to be and a deep understanding
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now what I will try to avoid is too much
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technical jargon Cosette sis’s this is a
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not a group of physicists but and I’m
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just the country doctor from Virginia
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anyway so what sort of a void that’s my
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line I’ve done things at the Pentagon
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I’m just a country doctor from Virginia
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but you have to you know feel in your
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heart that the knowledge can be
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understood even if it’s not in all the
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technical aspects the concepts so if you
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get the concepts then you can move into
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what I call an operational paradigm and
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the operational paradigm means that you
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can put together the phenomenon you see
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and your own experience and
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consciousness and thought and do
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something with it which of course the
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outgrowth of that is the c5 Initiative
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Close Encounters of the fifth kind where
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humans use consciousness and thought to
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interface with interstellar
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communication systems and make contact
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and that’s that’s the really exciting
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stuff
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you