When Does Something Paranormal become a Possibility?

Posted: August 14, 2012 in Uncategorized
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I think one of the most interesting aspects of researching a non-fictional book are the characters you come across during that process.

Of course when you mention the word paranormal all sorts of connotations spring to mind and people inevitably will draw their own conclusions; but I am from the world of security consultancy and having not encountered this world before I have remained as objective as possible during the writing process.

I have also learned to not overlook anything as however small that clue may appear to be it can lead to something very significant. 

Michio Kaku, the renowned physicist, has often talked about time travel and how it may be possible, this being one of his videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X02WMNoHSm8

Michio Kaku got a small mention in one of the many articles I had to research during my work and this was in connection with the speculation that the M6 crash and subsequent incident in Paris were actually part of some grand plot involving time travel.

Of course now having researched Kaku’s work I can see how this may be the case and this is something I have attempted to try and work through in the book; I make no conclusion but offer up some suggestions.

Equally the 1of26 blog offers very little apart from several notable figures from the worlds of science and literature; although there was no mention of Kaku I did see a reference to Ronald Mallet.

Ronald Mallett is another renowned physicist and someone who has made time travel a key part of his research, this is a video featuring him explaining his theories: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHC8z6ULs18&noredirect=1

So is there a link or a theme? Certainly there’s a link between these two renowned physicists but whether that can substantiate a link to both of the incidents and the blog is something that is yet to be confirmed.

My book will come out early November and I am currently doing some final research into these and many more unanswered questions.

Thanks

Colin

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