|11-22-2006, 01:03 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
If only I had access to an fMRI machine all day long... I would do experiments like what parts of my brain lights up when I want to move my hand, when I move a pencil on the table with my hands and just when I try to move the pencil on the table with my thoughts.. I bet the first 2 would match but the third wouldn't. (I even used "try" in my sentence as if I knew it wouldn't work)
Until now, science has mostly dealt with what I call "local causality". Local causality is a body of mass effecting its environment locally around him. That's your good'ol Newtonian physics. It works great for locally interacting bodies of mass... even planets (btw, gravity is a "local" effect. It does not work at just any distance. Ex: our sun does not pull the Andromeda galaxy to itself. See relativistic gravity)
Maybe the string theory will open the doors to nonlocal causality. We all know people can cause effects nonlocally as well. For example, when you read a blog and change your mind, you are experiencing a nonlocal effect. You were effected by someone's thoughts without their awareness or their physical being in contact with you.
The real question is, can people cause nonlocal effects with their thoughts even when none of the involved are aware that they are effecting each other?
Simultaneous scientific discoveries around the planet have happened before. Were these dedicated scientists unconsciously collaborating with each other? Is the subconscious mind acting like a transceiver based on the "beliefs" it harbors whether the conscious mind is paying attention to the beliefs or not? Is it never possible to hide anything?
I read about experiments where the thought of doing something appeared in a patient's mind (fMRI) about 0.5 sec before the patient actually had the thought of doing that thing! Now that's nuts!
When you are thinking about your dream job, your dream house, or $1mil and turn it into a belief that you truely, genuinely, without a single doubt accept it (imprint it in your subconsious), are you subconsciously getting in contact with the people/beings that somehow help you achieve it?
Why do we accept certain things more easily than others? Does your subconscious fight you back when you try to imprint something on it that conflicts with what it already has? Why? How could the imprinting process be made easier and faster?
There are lots of avenues for science to explore.. I hope someone is exploring them rather than sitting around coffee tables and chatrooms and debating whether it is science or not.
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