(Discerning the Mystery) In modern times, the subject of massive global change seems to be a regular topic of conversation. Particularly in the truth community, the topic of Earth changes and revolutionary realizations have easily peaked the interests of thousands of people from many different walks of life. Is this subject of the end times or beginning times merely the result of Hollywood entertainment and corporate media propaganda, or is there something more intrinsic and significant to the massive attention these subjects are receiving?
by Staff Writer, May 19th, 2018
Earth is heating up lately, but so are Mars, Pluto and other worlds in our solar system, leading some scientists to speculate that a change in the sun’s activity is the common thread linking all these baking events.
While evidence suggests fluctuations in solar activity can affect climate on Earth, and that it has done so in the past, the majority of climate scientists and astrophysicists agree that the sun is not to blame for the current and historically sudden uptick in global temperatures on Earth, which seems to be mostly a mess created by our own species.
The common theme we find in mainstream media is that sources typically dismiss all claims that warming trends of the Earth have any other cause than carbon emissions. However, this is irresponsible and unscientific, in my view.
As black holes combine, they work together as a unit. So as spacetime flows into each atomic nucleus, the atoms form clusters, and as these clusters build, they form larger and larger collections of matter.
In a study reported in the February 26 issue of Nature (Vol. 391, pp. 871-874), researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science have now conducted a highly controlled experiment demonstrating how a beam of electrons is affected by the act of being observed. The experiment revealed that the greater the amount of “watching,” the greater the observer’s influence on what actually takes place.
When a quantum “observer” is watching Quantum mechanics states that particles can also behave as waves. This can be true for electrons at the submicron level, i.e., at distances measuring less than one micron, or one thousandth of a millimeter. When behaving as waves, they can simultaneously pass through several openings in a barrier and then meet again at the other side of the barrier. This “meeting” is known as interference.
Strange as it may sound, interference can only occur when no one is watching. Once an observer begins to watch the particles going through the openings, the picture changes dramatically: if a particle can be seen going through one opening, then it’s clear it didn’t go through another. In other words, when under observation, electrons are being “forced” to behave like particles and not like waves. Thus the mere act of observation affects the experimental findings.
The above diagram created by Tifft is based upon the total of red shift values of nearly all of the stars located in the Virgo cluster. Prior to plotting these values, Dr. Tifft did not know exactly what he was dealing with. However, upon realizing that the values of red shift existed at specific intervals and that no values existed between these intervals, he realized that he had stumbled upon a clear pattern.
What Dr. Tifft discovered may have proven the theory that red shift values are based upon the level of maturity of the star in relation to the stars around it. He found that as distance from the galactic center increased, the values of energetic output decreased.
Through their extensive work, Dr. Arp and Dr. Tifft appear to have uncovered the basis for our current conception of the event known as the solar flash.
…we now address the problem of how a star is created, but go on from there to show how the space domains that feature in this star creation role define boundaries which must one day be traversed by the star at a very acute angle.
One would need to pray for a fast crossing in a direction normal to the planar boundary of the domain, as a crossing at a very acute angle would prolong the lapse of gravity and involve enormous upheaval and earthquake activity.
This means that the star will be located astride that boundary and be partially in one domain and partially in an adjacent domain. Since, as we shall see, the force of gravity does not act in an attractive sense between matter in different space domains, there are then conditions which arise that may cause the star to explode and disperse, as by a supernova event.
The putative anomalous influence of groups of humans on truly Random Number Generators (RNGs) have been used to measure the effect of global and group consciousness in a variety of settings including meditations, meetings, ceremonies, sports events, and tragedies (Bierman, 1996; Jahn et al., 2000; Nelson 1997; Nelson, 2001; Nelson et al., 2002; Nelson et al., 1998; Radin, 1997, 2002, 2006; Radin et al., 1996).
RNGs have also been used with individuals and pairs to study the effect of human intention and humanlmachine interactions (Dunne, 1998; Jahn et al., 1997; Nelson et al., 1998; Radin & Nelson, 1989). Nelson has reported that RNGs or random event generators in group situations were found to act non-randomly with significant deviations of the means (or in some cases, variance) in situations involving “calm but unfocused subjective resonance” and those “that foster relatively intense or profound subjective resonance” (Nelson et al., 1998: p. 425).
Of the various contexts tested thus far, perhaps group meditations are closest to Nelson’s (Nelson et al., 2002) prescription for the optimal environment to produce deviations in the RNG outputs. Previous research has suggested that timesynchronized as opposed to non-synchronized meditation appears to influence the RNG to a greater extent. That is, a meditation involving a large number of people worldwide practicing an assortment of types of envisioning, prayer and meditations at the same time reached significance (p=0.047) (Nelson et al., 1998), as did another group meditation with a coordinated time (p = 0.012) (Nelson, 2002a). However, a third group meditation with a non-synchronized time yielded a non-significant result (Nelson, 2002a).
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