On the other hand, we're all still here and some obliterating nuclear war hasn't occurred yet so maybe that does qualify as world peace after all.
Yes, it actually does - Especially, despite the HUGE INCREASE in weaponry, since World War II, most of the world is free of war, and has been, since. Civilian casualties during war are dropping too. Kind of a miracle, I think. ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <awoelflebater@...> wrote : ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <steve.sundur@...> wrote : there are examples in physics when one particle instantaneously affects another at a great distance. I don't recall the name of this effect, whether it is the Bose Einstein Condensation, or something else, but we have examples in physics, that are roughly analogous to the ME. I know I have heard of amazing things like a monkey thousands of miles away from other monkeys learns how to use a tool or other skill and suddenly the other monkeys far away also adopt this skill. So I know very cool and seemingly unexplained phenomena can and do exist. But world peace, so far, seems to not have been one of those phenomenon as it relates to the ME. On the other hand, we're all still here and some obliterating nuclear war hasn't occurred yet so maybe that does qualify as world peace after all. Not making any claims, just stating what physics has found. I wouldn't expect sal to consider that there could be some connection, until he hears it from some authority.