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Did Will Smith cause the effect of hitting Chris Rock?
(...and why you should care)

As silly as this question may appear to be, this internationally broadcast incident served to expose the paradox involved with our understanding of how the natural world works. Historically, the cause-effect paradox mankind has used for God theories of the past to today’s scientific theories and discoveries are both based on the same paradox. In this brief article I addressed the paradox at hand (no pun intended) and how everyone can empirically confirm for themselves if effects of existence, either physical or spiritual, are indeed how the natural world works.

Why Should You Care?

If you ever wondered why your doctor perscribed you medicine in the "hopes" it will work for you or why the COVID-19 test you just took gave you a false-negative or false-positive result, it is because the methods used to conduct science is based on the cause-effect paradox. Now that we know what the problem is surely we can and should do better than this!

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How Motion ... Created the Universe

Session V33: Quantum Foundations I
Presented at APS March Meeting 2021

On March 18, 2021, I presented an experiment that went uncontested by my peers. What the experiment featured in the presentation revealed is that the practice of science is based on a fundamental omission error. This error is otherwise known as Einstein's (no-local) hidden variables. The logic code science uses to conduct experiments and develop theories assumes that existence causes motion and so the methods used in systematic studies are geared to obtaining effects of existence and predictions thereof while ignoring which acts of motion, i.e., direct or indirect selection, are being used to generate the effects observed. Since there are two mutually exclusive and jointly exhaustive variables of selection, not accounting for these two origin functions inherently leads to false-positive and false-negative results.

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Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Manuel Morales. I have created artwork for the US Olympic Committee, magazines, book covers, advertisements, private commissions, and most notably in support of the NY Giants SB XXI and SB XXV quests. Each time I did this they went on to win, a 2-for-2 record. This history was documented and licensed by the NFL as the NY Giants Super Bowl Commemorative Series (see link). Nearly a decade later, the artwork served as a catalyst to conduct an online experiment which began in 2000 and ended in 2012. The objective of this experiment at was to see if football fans and I could "tempt destiny" to repeat what was done twice before and in the process confirm if destiny, otherwise known as determinism or superdeterminism, can be empirically confirmed.

On February 3, 2008, the no-go experiment at had obtained unambiguous empirical evidence that the logic used to practice science is incomplete (see APS presentation for details). In other words, existence is not causal of motion, motion causes existence. In physical terms, this means that energy is created and thus not conserved as currently understood. This also means that Albert Einstein was correct about quantum mechanics not being a fundamental theory due to hidden variables at play. However, he was incorrect as to where to find them.

"Surely, someday, we can believe, we will grasp the central idea of it all as so simple, so beautiful, so compelling that we will all say to each other, 'Oh, how could it have been otherwise! How could we all have been so blind for so long!' - John A Wheeler


Theoretical physicists John S. Bell once predicted, "The only alternative to quantum probabilities, superpositions of states, collapse of the wave function, and spooky action at a distance, is that everything is superdetermined. For me it is a dilemma. I think it is a deep dilemma, and the resolution of it will not be trivial; it will require a substantial change in the way we look at things."

Please be sure to visit the "Science" page for more information regarding my research.

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BTW - Did you see me on this "This Bud's For You" Budweiser commercial from 1984-1985 airbrushing a flying Clydesdale onto a van (back in the days of Manny's Murals). Who would have thought that creating art would have led to this?

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