Do you ever wonder what's the end of the universe looks like? Did you ever ask where does gravity come from? Do you question the nature of our reality? Do you think we are not alone in the universe?
Most adults would quickly laugh at these questions. They sound ridiculous when you bring it up in a normal conversation. If you ask parents right now, they'll probably look at you as if you're crazy or something.
Adults are too busy dealing with their problems; they tend to forget how it's like to wonder. They rely too much on technology that it becomes a burden to unplug from it. In doing so, they are missing a lot.
To wonder is to feel the presence of something vast that challenges our understanding of the world. It's a profound experience that teaches us a lot of things about ourselves.
Bob Šablatúra knows the value of that very well. When Bob was five years old, he started to wonder about the things around him, watching science programs to satisfy his desire for answers. His father used to show him various experiments, which further sparked his interest in science.
He carried that childlike wonder with him all those years and never stopped asking why, how, or what could be.
Now, he is the author of Dark Matter, Unified Field Theory, and Ufo’S, Are Understandable and Achievable, which tackles different mysteries of our reality. The book explores many concepts about science and technology, such as the unified field theory, vehicles that can travel at the speed of light, and alternative green energy. “Once I get hooked onto a concept, I will not let go until I got a satisfactory outcome. The ideas I have developed are my own, and I have developed then over 38 years.”
Bob’s journey is an inspiration for everyone to find their passion and pursue it no matter what. Because that’s what life is all about. As Albert Einstein puts it, “He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe is as good as dead; his eyes are closed.”