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Author Topic: Math might not be able to answer the question?  (Read 4119 times)

Offline raburgeson

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Math might not be able to answer the question?
« on: August 16, 2014, 12:58:04 AM »
Having the observation of spooky action under the belt. Have you noticed all dimensional theory points to different frequencies?

You are looking at the monitor. Are you coherent, are you there all the time? Do you spooky action phase in and out throughout the universe? You can only observe what surrounds you when phased in here? How do you explain people seeing ghosts, poltergeist activity and monsters that do not live on Earth? How long could you be phased out? Long enough for hundreds of dimensions to share the space we occupy? Is it possible we get glimpses of other dimensions when things get a little out of phase?

If this is, math is barking up the wrong tree right now.

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Offline MarkE

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Re: Math might not be able to answer the question?
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2014, 01:11:50 AM »
Have you considered the established facts that:  people hallucinate, our brains recognize patterns in random data, and the fact that our perceptions are quite limited, might have a thing or two to do with extraordinary and unrepeated experiences? 

Whatever the true root cause of something, it is virtually impossible to get to the bottom of it without: repeatable, objective data.


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Re: Math might not be able to answer the question?
« Reply #2 on: August 16, 2014, 01:46:16 AM »
Maybe we can build a machine that is completely there all the time. I think crystals are there all the time. I don't think diamonds for instance can exist if it is atomically involved with spooky action. Besides it is just a deep thought I'm kicking around. After all why does the topic of frequency and dimension pop up together all the time. And how do these strange observable occurrences end up on video?

Yes some are fake but, as Hoagland points out all you need is one white crow.

They took someone that doen't see ghosts and put him in some type of a goggle and flashed light at 111 hertz and he saw something out of the ordinary. This never got mentioned after the first experiment.
 

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Re: Math might not be able to answer the question?
« Reply #3 on: August 16, 2014, 03:46:54 AM »
And what of deja vu?

I have always had a strong deja vu.This is mostly with movie's. I can be watching a new movie(only just released)and know i have seen it befor???.I often site with my wife,and tell her what happens next,even though we havnt seen the movie. The first couple of time's it spooked her out,but now she is use to it. We went to our sons summer sports event at his school once,and he was in the 100 meter sprint. I said to my wife half way through the race,that he would come second and fall over after the finish line-and sure enough,he did just that. I had already watched the race before,but how and where?.

Interesting stuff indeed,but not much attention paid to it.


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Re: Math might not be able to answer the question?
« Reply #4 on: August 16, 2014, 03:48:08 AM »
Maybe we can build a machine that is completely there all the time. I think crystals are there all the time. I don't think diamonds for instance can exist if it is atomically involved with spooky action. Besides it is just a deep thought I'm kicking around. After all why does the topic of frequency and dimension pop up together all the time. And how do these strange observable occurrences end up on video?

Yes some are fake but, as Hoagland points out all you need is one white crow.

They took someone that doen't see ghosts and put him in some type of a goggle and flashed light at 111 hertz and he saw something out of the ordinary. This never got mentioned after the first experiment.
For that white crow or black swan, you still need one.  Very large values of zero are not enough.

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Re: Math might not be able to answer the question?
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Re: Math might not be able to answer the question?
« Reply #5 on: August 16, 2014, 09:37:40 AM »
And what of deja vu?

I have always had a strong deja vu.This is mostly with movie's. I can be watching a new movie(only just released)and know i have seen it befor???.I often site with my wife,and tell her what happens next,even though we havnt seen the movie. The first couple of time's it spooked her out,but now she is use to it. We went to our sons summer sports event at his school once,and he was in the 100 meter sprint. I said to my wife half way through the race,that he would come second and fall over after the finish line-and sure enough,he did just that. I had already watched the race before,but how and where?.

Interesting stuff indeed,but not much attention paid to it.

Tinman:

This might not explain your experiences but, in college, a professor submitted that dejavu was nothing more than the brain reading the "present" through the memory synapisis in a short circuit sort of way.  I have had it, many, if not all folks have experienced this.  His explanation was interesting but I have never had it knowing the next scene in a movie, only thinking that I have observed this scene in the movie before.

There is so much that we do not know, and I find that interesting.

Bill

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Re: Math might not be able to answer the question?
« Reply #6 on: August 18, 2014, 05:42:55 AM »
When Bruce Cathie doubled the speed of light for one of his formulas it just points to time is probably not linear and we are not either.

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Offline raburgeson

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Re: Math might not be able to answer the question?
« Reply #7 on: August 25, 2014, 07:12:32 PM »
OK, I have a calculator program for my computer, I will check out his math. I don't have a way to check the measurements of the grid. I will have to trust that as correct. I can't add in all the variables because many are not known. L R C are not known in this system. Getting inverse values of the speed of light is not surprising though if it is correct.

 

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