26 07 11 - 04:33We know so little, yet claim to know so much:
Scientists at the University of Liverpool have found that ancient footprints in Laetoli, Tanzania, show that human-like features of the feet and gait existed almost two million years earlier than previously thought.
Many earlier studies have suggested that the characteristics of the human foot, such as the ability to push off the ground with the big toe, and a fully upright bipedal gait, emerged in early Homo, approximately 1.9 million years-ago.
Liverpool researchers, however, in collaboration with scientists at the University of Manchester and Bournemouth University, have now shown that footprints of a human ancestor dating back 3.7 million years ago, show features of the foot with more similarities to the gait of modern humans than with the type of bipedal walking used by chimpanzees, orang-utans and gorillas. - Eureka alert
We like to think of evolution as linear. What if it's two way and in at least two dimensions? Meaning that as some things evolve, others devolve; in the process of evolution, there are also both expansive and contractive phases simultaneously. Humanity isn't a family tree, more like a forest, with us having a record of what survived best.
Poplawski proposes that the universe in which the Earth exists may be located within the wormhole of a black hole which itself exists in an even larger universe. A universe could exist 'inside every black hole,' claims scientist
Using an adaptation of Einstein's general theory of relativity, Poplawski analysed the theoretical motion of particles entering a black hole. He concluded that it was possible for a whole new universe to exist inside every black hole, which could mean that our own universe could be inside a black hole as well.
"Maybe the huge black holes at the centre of the Milky Way and other galaxies are bridges to different universes," he told New Scientist.
Dr Poplawski explains that this "bounce-back" effect is caused by the torsion of space-time having a repulsive force against the gargantuan strength of gravity in a black hole. - Daily Galaxy
Maybe go back to the Hindu knowledge and point out that it's informational instead.
This isn't about the interaction of matter -- it's about the interaction of information. Heisenbergian, that which influences another forces an expansion, and vice-versa.
When we try to find purely physical reasons for things, we end up contorting the nature of matter itself.