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Quantum Gaze combines topics of science and ancient history to ask questions and seek answers about early civilsations, their culture and knowledge to find meaningful connections with the present.

It is a site for educational purposes, a place to help capture notes and information of interest to work from, share and discuss with others.

 

Particular strands of interest account for the selection of material chosen here, either linked or deposited for discussion occasionally – intelligence in nature, an understanding of earlier civilisations in relation to ourselves and our advancement, particularly the so called early dynasties of Egypt with their pyramids, and quartz – yep, quartz. The website is also essentially about technology, past and present, and our interaction with it.

giza_pyramidsBeside the substantiated and recognisably scholarly material, much nonsense will probably show up amid the alternate and more esoteric to be sifted through while in search of a worthwhile idea to explore. Even Einstein, in challenging quantum mechanics, asked if the moon was there only when he looked at it, putting at ease the lay person here when asking seemingly daft questions in response to an interest or regard for the alternative. The word ‘alternative’ is quickly synonymous with quirky and ill informed, unscientific rhetoric that abounds amid contemporary ‘new age’ ramblings and publications, some of it absurd. However, it also becomes quickly apparent that ‘authoritative’ personnel and professionals in their respective fields hold in some instances misinformed answers, or beliefs which either quite obviously, or don’t necessarily, stack up. That quick rebuttal or dismissal of the lay view or amateur interest and investigation is perhaps not always wise, particularly while we await to find actual answers that are more illuminating and make more sense, if that is possible, when addressing questions of subject matter, sometimes objects, that can be staring us directly in the face.

In visiting the website I hope you find notes of interest upon a range of topics.

All content on this site is used for non-commercial educational purposes, and in a non-profit capacity. If you believe that the site is in breach of any copyright, simply contact me and I will take the content off the site immediately.

Ian Caird, Tombs_Sardinia

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