Profile: Jay
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I am from Saline City, Mo. Age is not the years we have been here physically but, how we have used those years. Amateur Theoretical Physicist. Retired State Building Specialist. Hunting, Fishing, Singing, Playing various instruments, Studying Religion including the Lost Books of the Bible, Contemplating past and present physicists theories and conjections on the quantum world as well as the vastness of space( black holes, chemical makeup of asteroids, meteors, etc.), string theory, supersymmetry, branes, antimatter, parallel universes, dark energy and dark matter, Helium 3 as a fusion source for absolute clean emissions for the future of our planet as well as a propulsion component to replace our antiquated present system, all facets of our brain that are waiting to be accessed, and used in manners yet revealed but; on the prepuces of our reckoning, the supposed edge of our universe compiled of immense magnetic bubbles (so immense human minds can't imagine), and envisioning what lies beyond that. Many of our greatest minds past and present are in the high percentage of correctness but I see mistakes they have incurred and are making by tunnel focusing as Einstein was so able to do. Sometimes an existential point of view helps and sometimes it doesn't. My total studies and theories are too numerous to list plus I talk too much. Forgive me, J L Pulliam Jr.(Jay) Thank You
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1. I want to help science if it is possible for me to do so.
2. I am new to this program but any project that might benefit my fellow men/women and increase our knowledge is a positive path.
3. Being new and not knowing all the workings of this project I would be amiss to add or detract a statement at this time. Thank you.
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