Thursday, May 11, 2006

Superultramodern Engineering (SEng)

Author: Kedar Joshi (1979- )

Superultramodern Engineering (SEng) is non - spatial engineering (in contrast to spatial engineering). It's a practical application of the NSTP (Non -Spatial Thinking Process) theory, where the goal is to modulate the non -spatial superhuman engine in order to change the laws of nature and, in general, the spatial illusion and alike which no spatial engineering can ever achieve. The most likely way to do SEng is 'Meditation', with a constant passion/desire to change the laws of nature. (It's quite obvious that if space is a form of illusion and reality is non - spatial then no spatial activity would be helpful to delve into reality.)

Kedar Joshi BSc MA MRI Cambridge, UK.

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