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The Speed of Thought: Research of a Intricate Space-Time
Metric to Describe Psychic Phenomena
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" Consciousness is known as a singular of which the multiple is unidentified. There is only 1 thing, and that which appears to be a
plurality is merely a number of different aspects of this one thing, produced by a deception… as in a gallery of mirrors. ”
What Is Existence
Abstract—For a lot more than 100 years researchers have attemptedto determine the reality or falsity of says that many people are able to explain and knowledge events or information blocked from normal perception. For the past 25 years, the authors of the paper—together with researchers in laboratories surrounding the world—have completed experiments in remote browsing. The evidence with this mode of perception, or direct learning of isolated events and objects, features convinced us of the validity of these statements. It has been widely observed which the accuracy and reliability with this sensory consciousness do not lessen with both electromagnetic shielding, or with increases in temporal or spatial splitting up between the percipient and the goal to be explained. Modern physics describes this sort of a time and space self-employed connection among percipient and target while nonlocal. In this paper all of us present a geometrical type of space-time, which includes already been substantially studied inside the technical materials of math and physics. This eight-dimensional metric is known as " sophisticated Minkowski space” and has been shown to be in line with our present understanding of the equations of Newton, Maxwell, Einstein, and Schrödinger. It also has the interesting property of allowing a connection of actually zero distance between points in the complex manifold, which look like separate from a single another in ordinary remark. We suggest a model that describes the major elements of fresh parapsychology, and at the same time is like present extremely successful structure of modern physics. Keywords: parapsychology — ESP — space–time — multi-dimensional
1 . Advantages
Scientific analysis into extrasensory perception (ESP) has made gigantic progress because the founding of The Society to get Psychical Analysis in 1882 with a distinguished selection of Cambridge University scholars. The society's goal was to examine allegedly dukun phenomena in a scientific and unbiased 331
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manner—the first corporation of its kind on the globe. Now in the twentyfirst hundred years, the evidence has become overwhelming which our thoughts and bodies may be directly damaged and motivated by the thoughts of another person or by simply events and activities at a far away location blacklisted from normal perception. Even though we do not at present understand the comprehensive mechanisms root psychical abilities, thousands of tests have been accomplished successfully in dozens of labs around the world establishing the existence of some type of ESP. All of us present in this article a assumptive model to elucidate a few of the phenomena root the distant perception potential, while remaining consistent with modern day physics. For example , our unit is in good agreement while using ideas offered in the new physics book The non-local Universe, wherever we examine, " …the universe on the very basic level could be a huge web of particles, which will remain in exposure to one another over any length, [and] in no time” (Stapp, 1999).
This paper is about linking our consciousness to the galaxy and to each other through the use of the psychic capabilities. These skills, known each as psi, from the initially letter of the Greek term for soul or soul (psyche), expose numerous types of connections—mind to mind (telepathy), mind to physique (distant healing), mind to the world (clairvoyance),...
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