by David Lesser,
First published in the Hypnotherapy Journal
Issue 33, August, 2001
(The Newsletter of Association Qualified Curative Hypnotherapists –
a registered charity [No. 294512] which existed from 1985 to 2007)
It is interesting that, even before the last Journal was published, a report in the Sunday Times of Xmas Eve gave added weight to my plea that we should not simply accept previously propounded theories no matter how much has been written on them and no matter how knowledgeable the authors may seem.
Einstein’s theory of relativity forms the basis for much of the current understanding of the universe but the latest hypothesis is challenging many of the ‘laws’ of physics. He built his theory around the idea that the speed of light in a vacuum is constant (186.282 miles per second) and that nothing could go faster.
New studies are suggesting that
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