Mick Malkemus

American Psychological Association
Santee, CA, United States

About Mick

Bio

Lived in Hawaii twelve years, the EU five years, the US mainland for the rest of it.

I like to study culture by living it. Use to be interested in addressing terrorism by it's root causes, but those in power only care about force. No one wants to listen right now.

Languages

English, French, Latvian, Russian

Areas of Expertise

world peace and mission, Enjoying life, Terror management theory

An idea worth spreading

The world needs a set of common laws that apply to all, one currency that depends upon the efforts of all, one common passport, and equality of resource sharing worldwide.

Culture is blending and changing via modern communications, and there is nothing that can or should be done to stop this change.

I'm passionate about

Finding solutions to world peace through understanding state and non-state terrorism, whatever name it may have, or however it is cloaked in justification.

Talk to me about

Anything of interest that helps to benefit humanity and ensure the long term survival of our species. Ultimately leading to the migration of our species throughout the local cosmos.

People don't know I'm good at

Taking disparate facts and insights, and forming new understanding about the synergistic whole.

My TED story

If I were to present a ted talk, it would be on an alternative cosmology where dark energy is not needed to explain the apparent expansion of the universe. Dark energy to me is nothing more than the modern version of Phlogiston.

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Posted about 1 month ago
David Chalmers: How do you explain consciousness?
While I agree that consciousness is like a sea of consciousness that we exist within, I doubt that egos are caused by consciousness. More likely, ego is caused by the illusion that we are separate from all other consciousness, and by our own unique brain formation within the environment. Anyway, this putative science doesn't really have a baseline for correct communication. Misunderstandings are bound to happen. And there likely will not be a correct way to communicate about it until technology advances to the point that we can be sure of certain facts.
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Mick Malkemus
Posted about 1 month ago
David Chalmers: How do you explain consciousness?
Perhaps the main reason that consciousness is so mysterious is because it is an interface between the micro and the macro. A quantum phenomenon that cannot be observed with current technology. Although the quantum double slit experiment hints at this interface, as does spooky action at a distance. The Fundamental aspect of consciousness is the only hypothesis that works. We all share the same consciousness. The individual ego only exists because of brain mechanics that form different memories, learning, and single point perspective. After our system breaks down, the interface for consciousness falls apart... for us. Not others.
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Mick Malkemus
Posted 3 months ago
Boaz Almog: The levitating superconductor
If they can figure out a way to make a container that will hold liquid nitrogen within the superconductor, and stack them, why not? Noteworthy is that the movement of the superconductor looks very similar to the movement of many of the UFOs that have been filmed. Quantum locking: it explains a lot, and shows the possibilities that actually exist.
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Mick Malkemus
Posted 5 months ago
Allan Adams: The discovery that could rewrite physics
Rob, why are things accelerating the farther out we go, instead of slowing down? Dark energy is one explanation, although my theory explains it better.....................................................................................................................................http://thebigcollapse.yolasite.com/blog/archive/2009/February
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Mick Malkemus
Posted 5 months ago
Allan Adams: The discovery that could rewrite physics
Interesting George. Usually creationists are the first to support big bang theory. After all, it would take no less than a miracle for the entire universe to issue forth from a singularity... I don't believe it myself. Scientists rest too firmly on the beauty of mathematics at times. The entire universe from a singularity. No way. OR, God really does exist and can do anything, which I doubt.
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Mick Malkemus
Posted 5 months ago
Allan Adams: The discovery that could rewrite physics
I'm really happy they found the ringing of gravity waves. This finding helps support my theory of the Big Collapse perfectly. I stated years ago that gravity waves through the medium of the universal flux (which is almost everywhere) created cooler areas that condensed into limited visible universes like our own. http://thebigcollapse.yolasite.com/blog/archive/2009/February In addition, the final image of bubbles is explained much more elegantly and simply with the big collapse than the big bang. Think about it if you can. Thanks.