I have long thought that since everything is made up of energy and physics tells us that energy can neither be created or destroyed but only changed from one form to another that we must all be part of everything around us.
This video seems to agree with that thinking and explains it with more physics including Quantum Physics which is the biggie at the moment.
Why is this important?
For me it means that it explains why Humans have had some form of religion and a concept of a higher power since the earliest years of the Human race.
Religion is not a new construct designed to keep people in line as so many atheists would have us believe (another religion really) but has been with us since Humans became self aware and aware of the world around us.
Animals generally are at the early state of self awareness, they have an idea of self and some concept of the world around them in so far as things affect them directly but there is no discernible evidence that they have any concept of something greater than themselves.
But, we do know that animals are aware of things that they have no way of communicating to each other or receiving communications about from each other in ways that we understand.
I'm about to go to Lake Eyre in central Australia. The lake is filling with water from recent storms in Queensland. I know this because Humans are communicating this to me via various media.
Banded Stilts will also be arriving at Lake Eyre over the next few weeks, some are probably there already. They are coming from thousands of kilometres away. How did they know the lake is filling up with water?
They are not the only birds arriving who are travelling long distances to get there.
The don't come on the years when there is no water which is most of them.
Lake Eyre only has some water about every 3 years but only fills about once in ten years.
This video seems to provide some answers to those questions, they know because they can feel the vibrations of the teeming life in those locations or the vibrations of the life that develops as the water flows towards the lake.
There is a second part to this video which you'll find here tomorrow.