Knute Thorsgard Obituary, Death Cause – Dr. Knute Thorsgard was given the opportunity to deliver a speech that he had been working on for the past half a century at the annual conference of the American Physical Society, which took place at the Caesar’s Forum Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Monday, March 6.
The man who lives in Detroit Lakes sent in his piece of writing titled “Knutonian Physics” for consideration, and he was selected to deliver a talk at an event that is expected to bring more than 10,000 people from all over the world. “That doesn’t mean anyone is coming to see me,” he said, adding that for years people have told him his notion is “so wrong, it’s not even wrong.” “That doesn’t mean anyone is coming to see me,” he said.
Thorsgard is going to claim that cosmic horizons cannot be captured, but cosmic waves can be caught, and they can suddenly change direction. This will happen regardless of how many people are seated in the auditorium to hear his lecture, which may be as few as one or as many as several thousand. He advised that we visualize ourselves on a boat as a way to make the concept more clear.
“You are watching waves come over one edge of the horizon and disappear over the other edge,” he remarked to her. “You are watching waves come over the horizon.” “You begin to pursue the wave, increasing your speed with each passing second. You will eventually reach a point where you are traveling at the same speed as the wave, at which point you will be surfing the wave.
As your speed increases, you will begin to pass the waves. Now, all of a sudden, the waves are reappearing over the rear edge of the horizon, which is where they had been disappearing, and they are vanishing over the front edge of the horizon, which is where they had been coming from. You have successfully grabbed the wave, but you will never be able to catch the horizon.