—  DREAM ( Dimensional Release of Eight Assembly Module ) Part 1 | Eric Schmitt | Weekly Sunday Gathering —  Baker Ripley, 6500 Rookin, Houston, TX

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Main Topic:  DREAM ( Dimensional Release of Eight Assembly Module ) Part 1

We have all wondered where the universe came from. In two, not-to-be-missed presentations, Dr. Eric Schmitt, will show you a Theory Of Everything (TOE) that he has developed over the course of many years. The theory is based on a simple premise which was then followed where it led. That path turned out to be extremely fruitful and has produced insight on a broad range of topics. 

The model is a form of string theory without all the extra dimensions. In order to cover the inner workings of nature, it is necessary to split the talk into two sessions, which will be presented on the consecutive weeks of 

January 15 and January 22.

The ideas will be presented in a manner that is comprehensible and relatable. Come find out what’s behind the Big Bang that created the fabric of space and its contents. You will learn how properties of the universe are emergent. Easily understandable structural models of the fundamental particles of the standard model of particle physics will be available for examination. 

The structural models reveal why the families of particles have their observed properties. You will see in simple form what causes charge, spin, helicity, chirality, and mass. The model also makes it easy to visualize the enigmatic “color charge” on quarks and gluons and the oscillations between neutrino types. The structural correlates of the strong nuclear force, residual strong nuclear force, weak nuclear force will be presented. The model generates a Loop Quantum Gravity model for the fabric of space, which is one of the existing models for accounting for gravity and time. Eric’s model not only produces dark matter, but it also accounts for the fraction of regular matter to total matter down to the decimal point. A possible explanation of dark energy also stems from this model. The model does a good job of accounting for the specific masses, diameters, and spacing of the subatomic particles. While the standard model is complex and the terms can be daunting, you will be able to understand from the structural models what it all means. So don’t be intimidated; come see what you are made of!

Speaker :  Eric Schmitt

Eric Schmitt is a retired genetic counsellor from the Baylor College of Medicine. He has a background in theoretical physics as well. He has been a long time member of the Houston Oasis community

Community Moment :  Homeopathic Meds by Lew Kana 


Music : Hank Woji

"A self described “Jersey Shore Ex-Pat turned West Texas Desert Rat”, for over 20 years, Hank Woji played bass in some of The Garden State’s most dynamic and innovative bands, performing at clubs, festivals and concert halls from Virginia to Ontario in styles ranging from Folk and Country to Blues, R&B and Rock & Roll. In the Spring of 2001 Hank moved to Houston, TX, fell in with a bunch of great Texas songwriters, and found his new musical voice as a Singer Songwriter. But it was his chance move, in 2009, to the far West Texas desert town of Terlingua that has most reshaped his life and his music. Critics have described Hank’s music as “acoustic-wielding, sharply observed, Americana all the way” and being “in the best tradition of the Texas troubadours like Guy Clarke, Townes Van Zandt and Butch Hancock” and that “His troubadour style also comes very close to the style of Woody Guthrie or Pete Seeger, or as we heard on ‘Nebraska’ from Bruce Springsteen” Hank has released five critically acclaimed self produced CDs and is currently working on his 6th album, scheduled for release in early 2023. Over his 30+ year music career, Woji has performed with such diverse artists as: Jonathan Byrd, David Amram, Spook Handy, Susan Hearndon, Max Weinberg, Clarence Clemons Carolyne Mas, Bob Livingston, Grant Peeples, Bill Hearne, Butch Hancock, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Bruce Springsteen and Pete Seeger. Still based in Terlingua, Texas, Hank tours nationally, performing regularly at festivals, coffeehouses, theaters, clubs and house concerts as a solo singer songwriter; in various other duo and trio configurations; and with his TexAmericana Jam Band, The Hank Woji Conspiracy. "

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Baker Ripley Community Center
6500 Rookin St
Houston, TX 77074

Houston Oasis meets in the Reunion Hall Gymnasium on the Baker Ripley campus. From Hillcroft St, turn right onto High Star Dr, then turn right into the Baker Ripley parking lot just past where the road curves to become Rookin St. You can park anywhere in this lot and follow the "Oasis" directional signs to the gym.

The program starts at 10:30 AM, and people are encouraged to come half an hour earlier for coffee, snacks, and conversation. If it's your first time visiting, make sure to stop by our welcome table in the back of the room to say hello and learn more about Oasis. Parents can drop off their young ones with our team in the kids room, where they will meet new friends and enjoy fun activities together.

COVID-19 Policy:

Harris County is back at Level 3 - Moderate therefore we are relaxing our mask requirements Masks are now optional for fully vaccinated individuals. **We are continuing to monitor the COVID situation and these rules are subject to change View our Covid Policy at https://www.houstonoasis.org/covid-19-policy

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