What Happens When You Drop A Bowling Ball and A Feather At The Same Time?
How does that compare to the phenomenon of Awareness?
If you remove the element of air, a bowling ball and feather fall together.
This is how AWARENESS works; it is free of gravity, boundaries, time and space. It is possible to expand your awareness beyond the size of our universe within the duration of one meditation because of this concept.
Why did Einstein see things that other people could not see? Einstein’s theories have only been accepted when they are proved by mathematics, because that has been the level of perception of the scientific community throughout the ages. Einstein had an expanded awareness that he relied on when observing our universe, that other people did not have. They could not see what he saw. (See the video below).
These days people are examining the phenomenon of awareness itself. It will be those scientists who know how to become comfortable with the experience of being (1) aware of awareness and who know how to (2) expand their awareness who will be able to see more possibilities, and uncover greater understandings of our universe and beyond.
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Here is the video, from the NASA Space Power Facility, that shows a bowling ball and a feather dropping together under the conditions of outer space:
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Galileo’s experiment was simple. He took a heavy object and a light one and dropped them at the same time to see which fell fastest.
Now in this case the feathers fell to the ground at a slower rate than the bowling ball because of air resistance. So, in order to see the true nature of gravity, we have to remove the air.
It takes three hours to pump out the 800 thousand cubic feet of air from the chamber. But once it’s complete there’s a near perfect vacuum inside.
We are go for the drop. 8,7,6, 5, 4, 3, Camera live, 2, 1, release.
Look at that. They came down exactly the same. Wow. Exactly the same time. Feathers don’t move, nothing. Look at that. That’s just brilliant.
Isaac Newton would say that the ball and the feather fall because there’s a force pulling them down: gravity. But Einstein imagined the scene very differently. The happiest thought of his life was this:
The reason the bowling ball and the feather fall together is because they’re not falling. They’re standing still. There is no force acting on them at all.
Einstein reasoned that if you couldn’t see the background, there would be no way of knowing if the ball and feathers were being accelerated towards the earth, so he concluded they weren’t.