::::: Welcome to Web Series Today "collaborative environment"
::::: Help get LGPedia back online!!!!! <== ACT TODAY!!!!!
::::: Welcome to new Web Series Today blog "authors". <= PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!!!

Friday, May 2, 2008

CSI Meets LG15

In last night’s CSI episode entitled The Theory of Everything, the CSI cast explored the wonderful world of Quantum Physics to help explain how each of their bizarre cases was inadvertently connected.

Grissom: “String Theory is the theory of everything. Quantum Mechanics tells us about the very small. The Theory of Relativity explains the immense. String Theory ties it all together. It proposes that atomic particles are made up of infinitesimal vibrating loops of energy, or “strings”. Each string vibrates at its own frequency, like on a violin, producing notes. And these notes make up everything in the universe.”

Catherine: “Cosmic symphony.”

Grissom: “These strings have been combining and recombining ever since the Big Bang, so the connections between our victims or any of us are not that extraordinary.”

Sound familiar?

This String Theory is a developing mathematical approach to explain physics and links together all physical phenomena, including the Four Fundamental Forces of the universe: gravity, electromagnetism, and the weak and strong nuclear forces. It attempts to provide a complete, unified, and consistent description of the fundamental structure of our universe, which is why it has been dubbed the “Theory of Everything”.

According to this theory, these strings make up the particles that make up the atoms that make up every one of us, and they vibrate at their own unique frequencies, just like the strings on a guitar when plucked produce unique notes.

We are all connected to everyone and everything else, and we really do have a song. Maybe the Hymn of One was right!

As Carl said at the Hymn of One seminar, “I had this incredible moment of clarity. I just felt like everything around me, like the people, the cars, almost like the whole universe was calling out to me, and just telling me that this was my Eternal Song. And at that moment I felt at peace. I felt like everything was gonna be okay. So, guys, I found my Eternal Song, and I really, really hope that you guys will find it, too.

Every time I sing my eternal song with the Hymn of One, I feel that joy and happiness. You can feel it too. You can find your song today. The Hymn of One sings to you. Can you hear it?”- Bree, in Look Back


  1. From LGPedia:

    "Richard Feynman is a physicict whom Bree has studied and enjoys. She tells a story from one of his books in Daniel Returns, and More Interesting Factoids (Yay!). She also has a picture of Feynman on her MySpace account.
    Feynman was involved in the Manhattan Project to develop the atomic bomb. He later won a Nobel Prize for his contributions to understanding the behavior of subatomic particles. Several of Feynman's books became best-sellers, because of his ability to explain complicated physics to ordinary readers."

    Food for though. Now, if they had just left the Order of the Big Bang on LGPedia!

  2. Just in case you are wondering what was on LGPedia:

    "The Order of the Big Bang is neither a religion or a scientific theorem. Rather, it is a fusion of science and religion to produce a unified theory of existence. At the heart of the theorem is the derivation of all from the existence of nothing before the Big Bang. Inherent in this process is the notion of symmetry which is intuitively obvious though out nature as we know it. The role of symmetry in creating something out of nothing is implicit in Quantum Mechanics and is also required by most religious accounts of the beginning."

  3. Great article, green! :D


If you want to become an "author" on Web Series Today please read: http://tinyurl.com/becomeaWSTauthor

For more detailed information about Web Series Today please read: Web Series Today:

For other info contact: [email protected]

Join the discussion: http://www.tinyurl.com/webseriescommunity