Van Halen’s Sammy Hagar was abducted by Aliens

excerpt from the interview:

Before reading Red, I didn’t realize you had an interest in mysticism. You’ve apparently consulted with psychics and studied numerology and had crazy dreams about UFOs. Why haven’t we seen more mystical themes in your music?

I didn’t write about it much in Van Halen, but I have done a few songs that have sci-fi themes. There’s “Space Station #5” on the first Montrose album, and then on the second album there’s “Spaceage Sacrifice.” My first solo album, there’s “Silver Lights” and “Hot Rocks,” which are about UFOs coming and taking people away. The next one had “Little Star” and “Someone Out,” which is about how we’re not the only ones. “I feel so scared and lonely to think we’re the only ones, when I know there’s someone out there and someday they’ll come.” People say there’s no other life in the universe. But you know how big the universe is? It’s freakin’ huge! If we’re really the only ones out there, that’s scarier to me than thinking there are aliens. So, my whole career I’ve been writing about these kinda things. But they’ve never been the hits. They’ve only been the underground songs. If anything in the book has been played down, it’s my mystical side, because I don’t want to sound like I’m crazy.

Why would people think you’re crazy? Because of your opinions or your experiences?

My opinions are way out there. But yeah, definitely a few of my experiences, too. I can’t even go there. [Laughs.] I tried to keep my opinions out of this book, even about the Van Halen years. My opinions are not important, and they might come across as jaded. My opinions about the UFO stuff, well, I could write a whole book just devoted to that. I love it, man. I’m into it deep.

It sounds like you really want to talk about this stuff. So why aren’t there more UFO stories in Red?

Joel Selvin, the guy who did all the interviews for this book and really made it happen, he talked me out of it. He’d be like, “Aw, people don’t want to hear that shit.” He’s always been a wise-ass. He’s a prick, and he’s very blunt, and he was great for me, because he really kept me under control.

Okay, let’s just cut to the chase. I’m just going to come out and ask it. Have you ever been abducted by aliens?

I think I have.

What? Really? I was kidding. You seriously believe that?

[Laughs.] Now you’re making me sound like a crazy person.

How is that crazy? I wasn’t there, I don’t know what happened to you.

Remember the story in the book, where I have a dream about being contacted by aliens in the foothills above Fontana?

Yeah, yeah, I’ve got the page right here. “I saw a ship and two creatures inside of this ship… And they were connected to me, tapped into my mind through some kind of mysterious wireless connection.” You’re telling me that wasn’t a dream?

That’s right. It was real. [Aliens] were plugged into me. It was a download situation. This was long before computers or any kind of wireless. There weren’t even wireless telephones. Looking back now, it was like, “Fuck, they downloaded something into me!” Or they uploaded something from my brain, like an experiment. “See what this guy knows.”

And this actually happened?

That happened. That friggin’ happened, I’ll tell you right now. Another thing happened when I was about four that I didn’t put into the book. One time I saw what I considered to be, well, at the time I thought it was a car with no wheels. We lived out in the country and I saw this thing floating across a field, creating this big dust storm. I threw rocks at it and shit. And I don’t know what happened after that.

You blacked out?

I guess. I just have no memory of it. And that wasn’t a dream. It was during daylight.

I can understand your apprehension. Alien abduction is a tough sell.

Especially back a few decades ago, when this stuff happened to me. I couldn’t talk about it because I didn’t know how to explain it. I didn’t understand the technology. But now I’m pretty sure it was a wireless situation. Either a download or upload. They were tapped into my brain and the knowledge was transferred back and forth. I could see them and everything while it was happening. There was a visual involved, almost like … I don’t know. [Laughs.] Don’t get me going!

If they were downloading something from your brain, I guess the joke’s on them. Unless they were hoping for the lyrics to “Rock Candy.”

Oh yeah, I’m sure they were. [Laughs.] Montrose was a very special band.

Read the entire interview over at MTVHive.

Topology: What is it ¿?

Topology (from the Greek τόπος, “place”, and λόγος, “study”) is a major area of mathematics concerned with spatial properties that are preserved under continuous deformations of objects, for example, deformations that involve stretching, but no tearing or gluing. It emerged through the development of concepts from geometry and set theory, such as space, dimension, and transformation.

Ideas that are now classified as topological were expressed as early as 1736. Toward the end of the 19th century, a distinct discipline developed, which was referred to in Latin as the geometria situs (“geometry of place”) or analysis situs (Greek-Latin for “picking apart of place”). This later acquired the modern name of topology. By the middle of the 20th century, topology had become an important area of study within mathematics.

The word topology is used both for the mathematical discipline and for a family of sets with certain properties that are used to define a topological space, a basic object of topology. Of particular importance are homeomorphisms, which can be defined as continuous functions with a continuous inverse. For instance, the function y = x3 is a homeomorphism of the real line.

Topology includes many subfields. The most basic and traditional division within topology is point-set topology, which establishes the foundational aspects of topology and investigates concepts inherent to topological spaces (basic examples include compactness and connectedness); algebraic topology, which generally tries to measure degrees of connectivity using algebraic constructs such as homotopy groups and homology; and geometric topology, which primarily studies manifolds and their embeddings (placements) in other manifolds. Some of the most active areas, such as low dimensional topology and graph theory, do not fit neatly in this division.

read more here on the wiki: wiki/Topology

Through one hole or two?

Abel Prize awarded to John Willard Milnor 7-dimensional spheres with non-standard differential structure

American mathematician John Milnor now to receive the Abel Prize. The Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Arts was announced Wednesday that the 80-year Milnor price of more than 750 000 Euro wins for his groundbreaking discoveries in topology, geometry and algebra.
The Abel Prize is the highest price since 2003 in mathematics and in terms of prestige and money comparable to the Nobel Prize.

According to the jury report examining Milnor characterized by profound insights, vivid imagination, beauty and surprise elements. Milnor also gets praise for its clear explanations and is yellow with a composer who also possessed a charismatic artist.

Milnor is a modest first reaction: "I have much trouble getting things easy to understand, so I rewrite my texts as long to get everything myself."

One famous Milnor results come from the area of ​​differentiaaltopologie, the language of mathematics which include the theory of relativity was formulated.

Topology is sometimes seen by outsiders as the art of coffee cups and donuts. Eyes Topol systems regard objects as same as them in a continuous manner into each other can form. A coffee cup of clay without tearing or cutting to fold into a donut, a donut is topologically is the same as a coffee cup.

The differentiaaltopologie is slightly tougher, here are the same items only if they have a "smooth" way into each other can be changed, a transformation may not here to shock or corners.

In 1956 Milnor proved, unexpectedly, that objects exist topologically similar, but not in differentiaaltopologie.

His most celebrated single result is his proof in 1956 of the existence of 7-dimensional spheres with non-standard differential structure. A one-sphere is a circle and a 2-sphere is the sphere that one is familiar with in 3-dimensions. An n-sphere is the mathematical abstraction of this idea in higher dimensions. Milnor termed spheres with non-standard differential structures ‘exotic spheres'.

Later with Michel Kervaire, a French mathematician, he showed that the 7-sphere has 28 differential structures.

Numerous mathematical concepts, results and conjectures are named after Professor Milnor — besides Milnor exotic spheres, Milnor fibration, Milnor number, Milnor map, and many more. More recently Milnor has turned his attention to the study of dynamical systems in low dimensions to which the Milnor-Thurston kneading theory is an important contribution.

Exotic bulbs are bulbs so common in the eyes of Topol eyes, but they are very different in differentiaaltopologie. The discovery that these objects can exist, leading to an explosion results in the differentiaaltopologie and influenced generations of mathematicians.

Milnor calls himself a problem solutioner rather than a theory builder, with small steps, he worked on questions that he found interesting.

When 19-year instance, he already answered the question of how curved a knot in three dimensions, so the start and end at the same place
( article translated by google translate)

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Reality Sandwich : Fifth Dimensional Jump & NASA Discovers Alien Life?

The possibilities keep expanding for the Large Hadron Collider, the latest being time travel.

Still in its infancy, the LHC continues to try and recreate the elusive Higgs boson, a.k.a. the "God particle" that is believed to explain how protons, neutrons, and electrons have mass, as well as joining in the search for dark matter and their likely neutrino counterparts, also known as ghost particles.

If these two research goals are achieved, it could turn the Large Hadron Collider into a time machine according to a new theory by Vanderbilt's Tom Weiler and Chui Man Ho. According to Weiler, their theory "is a long shot, but it doesn't violate any laws of physics or experimental constraints."

Weiler and Ho's theory involves the LHC producing the Higgs boson. When this occurs, it is believed that a second particle is instantaneously created, called the Higgs singlet. These singlets, upon the force of creation, "have the ability to jump into an extra, fifth dimension where they can move either forward or backward in time and reappear in the future or past."

According to Weiler this theory that is heavily based on M-Theory, "a theory of everything," manages to avoid the major paradoxes formulated around time travel, like the famous example of a man who travels back in time and kills one of his parents before being born. Weiler does believe that "if scientists could control the production of the Higgs singlet, they might be able to send messages to the past or future."

Researchers are monitoring the collider in the hopes of observing Higgs singlet particles and their decay products spontaneously appearing. If so, "Weiler and Ho believe that they will have been produced by particles that travel back in time to appear before the collisions that produced them."

M-Theory, and super-string theory is based on the principles that our four-dimensional reality is like a membrane that is stored in a larger "bulk" multi-dimensional space-time, where 10 to even 12 dimensions are all wrapped around the coiled grid, layering and intertwining realities to the infinite complexity. The Higgs singlet is believed to be similar to the neutrino, in that it operates outside of normal matter. The neutrino ghost particles hardly ever react with ordinary matter, and in fact "trillions of neutrinos hit our bodies every second," zipping through without directly effecting us.

Furthermore, due to anomalies in data, an additional hypothetical particle called the sterile neutrino, comes into play. These "sterile neutrons are even less detectable than regular neutrinos because they interact only with gravitational force," and are capable of traveling through these extra dimensions by taking shortcuts that enable them to travel faster than light. If revealed as actually existing, these sterile neutrinos will further solidify the possibilities for the Higgs singlet's ability to travel through these dimensions outside of time-and-space.

Time will tell what more surprises the Large Hadron Collider will reveal, expanding our perception to the unseen world that is always interacting with us.

NASA scientist Richard B. Hoover claims he’s found alien life. Within nine extremely rare meteorites called CI1 carbonaceous chondrites, he claims to have discovered the fossils of worm-like bacteria that is both similar to and nothing like what exists on our planet.

The findings were published late Friday, March 4th in the Journal of Cosmology. Dr. Hoover has been very open with his findings--he asked 100 experts to begin critiquing his work prior to its publication.

The scientific community has been stirred up by the findings. Critics claim that this is similar to Dr. Hoover’s previous claims of finding extraterrestrial life in meteorites, which was not accepted by mainstream science. The possibility of the bacteria being terrestrial and mistaken for alien has been put on the table by quite a few scientists.

Other scientists refute Dr. Hoover’s claims based on the judgment of the Journal of Cosmology, claiming it has promoted panspermia, “the hypothesis that life exists throughout the universe, and is distributed through ‘seeds’ carried on meteorites and the like.” Biologist P.Z. Myer castigated the Journal as “the ginned-up website of a small group of crank academics.”

But considering alien life itself is pretty far out, it can only be hoped that the scientific community will seriously consider these findings. NASA has distanced itself, and some scientists refuse to even read the article.

Should the findings hold up against scrutiny, we can finally say it: we are not alone. And considering that the bacteria found is similar to that on earth, we may even be ordinary.

more here

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