If you read the quote I put on my previous post, then GREAT. You know what’s coming. If not, then please read it.
I’ll keep this one short and sweet, as I don’t have much time to write, but here’s some snippets of information I couldn’t not show off. If this sinks in, and you understand the implications of this, then you will never see the world in the same light again. And it’s wonderfully mind blowing.
About a year ago, I stumbled across a youtube video entitled “The double slit experiment.” This has been replicated many, many times by scientists all over the world, and each and every single one of them has been left baffled. The next video may seem geared for kids purely down to the animation, but is excellent in its delivery to the average person (such as myself). It’s roughly 4 minutes long, but PLEASE do watch it –
To summarize, the mere act of observing the experiment was enough to CHANGE PHYSICAL REALITY. You didn’t watch it, did you? Well, now you will 🙂
The conclusions I have drawn from this is that physical reality exists as a sort of quantum soup – everything exists in wave form until it is observed.
Imagine playing a video game, let’s say COD. The viewpoint from the character is in first person, and as you move around the environment, more comes into view. But, where does the stuff go when you turn to look somewhere else? It exists in information form. It’s not really there, but the information is there if you want to access it and bring the enemy base into sight when you move forward.
In the same way, reality shifts when we observe. The wave is collapsed into particle form and solidifies into everything around you. Observations come in the form of sight, sound, smell, touch and taste. I cannot reiterate this enough. MERELY OBSERVING IS ENOUGH TO PHYSICALLY ALTER THE FABRIC OF OUR REALITY.
Another experiment that astounded me came from Cornell University, New York, where there was proof (yes, proof) that humans do have some form of precognitive ability –
Simply put, this blew my head off. In summary, the experiment consisted of a series of test subjects being shown a series of images, some erotic, some disturbing, whilst having their brain activity mapped. For each type of image shown, a distinctive pattern appeared on the recievers. What was bizarre was that the brain activity WAS SHOWING UP BEFORE THE SUBJECT SAW THE IMAGE. Unconsciously, at least, the subjects were able to predict the type of image they were about to see seconds before it appeared on screen. Crazy stuff.
I’ll leave it there for now, but in the next post I’ll be presenting more evidence, and then I will explain how a hologram works, and how it ties in with the evidence shown. In the meanwhile, life calls.
Also, read this book if you haven’t already – Michael Talbots Holographic universe