Mr Blue brought with him new questions on the subject of love and electromagnetism which had me keenly anticipating the dissection of transformers. He likes transformers, he works with them all the time. I skipped across the pond inhabited by Michael Faraday and drew parallels with electrons and people as I've been used to doing, only this time with some new first-hand experience to relate to. I wondered about destiny and choice, cause and effect, non-locality and the wonders of quantum law with a fresh approach to all these problems. But I didn't write anything down. I was too immersed in love songs and wild dreams to sit around playing with keyboards and practicality. To a certain extent, I still am.
At this present time, the world's scientific community are hatching a plot to consolidate Neutrino research into an international collaboration. I almost got to CERN to witness the first Community meeting for myself, but a back injury interfered with my plans so sadly I won't be there. But you can almost see the writing on the wall - you can guess there won't be room in the scientific collective for any research into the human elements, for the Community still has it that Neutrinos only come from the Sun, or from enormously expensive Neutrino Beams manufactured by very clever people in white suits. My recent ponderings have led me to believe that we are little neutrino factories in our own right, and that we connect with each other via our own beams, giving rise to strange synchronicities and coincidental connections we can't readily explain. The early Universe, according to scientists, was packed with neutrinos and very little else. If you believe, as I do, that the birth of the Universe carried with it the seeds of consciousness which manifested eventually in Life Forms as we know them (and probably a lot of other Life Forms we know nothing about), you'll deduce also that Neutrinos have something to do with the carriage of information.
Electron neutrinos have a relationship with electrons, as touched upon here in Fermilab Today's November report (check out No 6 of the Facts About Neutrinos). We're stuffed with electrons - our own capacity for transforming information goes without saying, really, and there's obviously an awful lot more to learn about the science we can't see.
Einstein's equation is known to all, from scientists to car mechanics, so everyone can make of the information what they will. This point in time is seminal, many would agree, in an evolution of consciousness the likes of which we've never seen before. Time to use it well, perhaps. Time to put the constants and constraints down for a second or two and deliberate over what we can really do with what we've really got. No time like the present, they say. Only it's best to unwrap one's presents when they're given to you. Peeking in advance and surmising what you might have tomorrow is like inviting Dark Matter into your bedroom. Not that there isn't any in your bedroom, as previously Blogged. The illusion may not be what was promised, and we are always being told to be careful what we wish for. Happy days, everyone! Let the party begin!