The David Icke Newsletter on Sunday
The cutting edge scientists are those with their right-brain activated enough to see what people call the 'bigger picture', as opposed to seeing, in isolation, the piece that goes in the bottom left.
But cutting edge people in general go even further with their right and left brains open to all possibility and to the consciousness that lies beyond the perception of brain and body. From this perspective you don't just deal in electrons, neutrons, protons and quarks, but in the majesty and magnificence of reality as a whole.
Hawking and Mlodinow conclude that there are many universes - or multiverses - hence the headline in the magazine about the 'end of the universe'. The end of the idea of a single universe.
But to anyone with their right brain open this was always a gimme, anyway, and nothing new or revelatory at all. Of course, there is not only one Universe or one reality. Within infinite consciousness, something the right brain and heart feel and know, let alone believe to exist, the idea of a single universe is hilarious.
I smile when I see scientists make great announcements about discoveries that were long known by the ancients and those with their minds open to consciousness. The Zulu people in South Africa have words for time and space that are virtually identical because they knew long ago that time and space were fundamentally connected.
How can anyone understand reality when they look at the world like this?