At the peak of the great inflation, in the year 1980, the inflationary
theory of the universe was born:
inflation in US by year and month:
1982 8.39 % 7.62 % 6.78 % 6.51 % 6.68 % 7.06 % 6.44 % 5.85 % 5.04
% 5.14 % 4.59 % 3.83 % 6.16 %
1981 11.83 % 11.41 % 10.49 % 10.00 % 9.78 % 9.55 % 10.76 % 10.80
% 10.95 % 10.14 % 9.59 % 8.92 % 10.35 %
1980 13.91 % 14.18 % 14.76 % 14.73 % 14.41 % 14.38 % 13.13 % 12.87
% 12.60 % 12.77 % 12.65 % 12.52 % 13.58 %
1979 9.28 % 9.86 % 10.09 % 10.49 % 10.85 % 10.89 % 11.26 % 11.82
% 12.18 % 12.07 % 12.61 % 13.29 % 11.22 %
2014/1/17, Alberto G. Corona <agocor...@gmail.com>:
> Is it a coincidence that:
> -During the cold war the image of the universe and the theory that
> explained it was an inmense nuclear explosion?
> -In the world dominated by the multicultural ideology and computers,
> it is a multiverse and/or a computer simulation the preferred
> That is not fortuitous for me. That is what I was trying to say with
> the "canal effect" post time ago.
> For me the deepest question is not what is true about the ultimate
> reality. That is a question that never ever can be answered without
> faith. Thus, that question it is not scientific even in the broadest
> meaning that scientific inquiry might be considered. The deepest
> question that puzzles me the most is the psychology of men across
> ages asking themselves about the ultimate reality from which religion
> of any kind derives, including the modern secularist ideologies.
> And for the psychology of men shaped by natural selection can not and
> will never be separated from a form of expected _good_ for him and/or
> for their society. That good can derive from many sources that are of
> two kinds: either the good for himself or alternatively, the good for
> the society as a whole, with a middle, that promote the good
> exclusively for the initiated ones of a reduced group .
> The goods of the first kind are whatever idea that increase self
> power, self worship. The second group correspond with what promotes
> predictive power over the environment and in general, self
> confidence in the community, as well as good moral rules.
> Whathever ultimate explanation is ever created by the Mytopoetic
> faculty of the mind, that was shaped by natural selection that faculty
> match truth and good (and how believable can be by others) That is my
> That faculty construct and/or accept a myth about oneself, their
> society and the nature of the ultimate reality. It does not matter if
> the mythic speculation depart from an scientific or properly mythic
> inquiry. Because the last step in the nature of ultimate reality need
> a leap on faith. This leap is produced by the mytopoetic, unconscious
> element that match Truth and Good.
> On creating myths about oneself, the mythopoesis produces whatever
> that favours oneself that is at the same time credible by others. That
> is corroborated by scientists. The same happens with the mythos
> produced for the own society and for the nature of the reality (in
> which he and his society must have a teleological mission to be
> Whatever of the possible goods for oneself or the society is more
> considered in the mythic elaboration depend on each one´s aims and
> personality, and the zeitgeist of the age. The good for oneself can be
> a great evil for the rest. But first your mythos must be believed by
> others, to be believable by others, the result of the mytopoesis
> should be fashionable.
> You can not talk about daemons in the internet age. but you can make
> believable your mytopoesis talking about "science" "energies" and
> ovnis instead of religion spirits and miracles respectively. So you
> can have your seat in the university or a chord of young women after
> you, the privileged messenger of the creator aliens.
> Should each one consider the nature of the goodness of their myths
> that you, no doubt, have.
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