Quantum Neverland

Thursday, November 02, 2006

The Making of Russian Superbeings

... Energy: It's Not Free?So, in line with the above-mentioned exercise requirement, Denisov differs from Zolotov in his belief that achieving results requires energy — not only the energy of practicing and not being ''lazy,'' but a kind of psychic energy. The impression I get is that he and his students feel that energy is not free: You have to work hard to get these extraordinary results.Also, Denisov feels that remote viewing (e.g. reading a text that was in the room yesterday, or one that is in another room today), requires a ''high density'' of the energy body that most students cannot achieve. Denisov and his students have been working with lucid dreaming, as taught by Castaneda and others, in an attempt to solve the dilemma of this ''energy barrier.''Freedom in an Unfree WorldWhat perhaps attracts me most about Denisov is his view of personal freedom.In an email interview, I wrote to Denisov saying: ''Jim Schnabel[2] claims that the U.S. used psychic spies against the USSR, but later dropped this practice because of the 'weirdness factor' and because one can't be 100 percent sure of data that's gathered in such a way.'' And I asked Denisov whether the Russian military and intelligence people were cooperating with him, or whether instead they perhaps interfered with him, or tried to limit what he was allowed to teach.Here is Denisov's answer:
Same thing here. They [the government] say: ''We will give you help, financing, students, a laboratory — if and when you have developed data-gathering techniques that we can use.'' They don't understand that when I can access any information at will, I will need help from nobody. I will simply disappear from society, it will no longer hold any interest for me. What are they talking about financing me to do, if I can already predict tomorrow's market quotes, or next week's sports results and lottery numbers?I don't possess big ambition, and I am not looking for popularity. So as soon as I achieve success in my research, nobody will hear from me [any more]. As for now, they neither impede nor help me.So Denisov's vision is one of personal freedom, for himself and others...

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Nikola Tesla

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"I have harnessed the cosmic rays and caused them to operate a motive device." - Nikola Tesla; Brooklyn Eagle, July 10, 1931. Born : July 9/July 10, 1856Smiljan, Habsburg Empire (today Croatia) Died : circa January 7, 1943New York City, New York, USA Nikola Tesla (July 10, 1856 – c. January 7, 1943) was a Serbian-American inventor, physicist, mechanical engineer and electrical engineer. Tesla is recognized among the most accomplished scientists of the late 19th and early 20th century. His patents and theoretical work form the basis of modern alternating current electric power (AC) systems, including the polyphase power distribution system and AC motor, with which he helped usher in the Second Industrial Revolution. Nikola Tesla was born in Smiljan, which was in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. He was a citizen of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, after 1918, Kingdom of Yugoslavia. While conducting his work in the United States of America, he became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1891. The surname "Tesla" is a Slavic word that means adze. In the United States, Tesla's fame rivaled that of any other inventor or scientist in history or in popular culture. After his demonstration of wireless communication in 1893 and after being the victor in the "War of Currents", he was widely respected as America's greatest electrical engineer. Much of his early work pioneered modern electrical engineering and many of his discoveries were of groundbreaking importance. Never skilled at handling his finances, Tesla died impoverished and forgotten at the age of 86. In his later years, Tesla was regarded as a mad scientist and became noted for making bizarre claims about possible scientific developments[2][3]. Tesla's legacy can be seen across modern civilization wherever electricity is used. Aside from his work on electromagnetism and engineering, Tesla is said to have contributed in varying degrees to the fields of robotics, ballistics, computer science, nuclear physics, and theoretical physics. Tesla considered his exploration of various questions raised by science as ultimately a means to improve the human condition with the principles of science and industrial progress, and one that was compatible with nature.[4] However, many of his achievements have been used, sometimes inappropriately and with some controversy, to support various pseudosciences, UFO theories, and New Age occultism. Read more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikola_Tesla

Free Energy

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Various meanings of the term free energy include:
The term thermodynamic free energy denotes the total amount of energy in a physical system which can be converted to do work.
Helmholtz free energy: the amount of thermodynamic energy which can be converted into work at constant temperature and volume. In chemistry, this quantity is called work content.
Gibbs free energy: the amount of thermodynamic energy in a fluid system which can be converted into work at constant temperature and pressure. This is the most relevant state function for chemical reactions in open containers.
In engineering, free energy means an energy source available directly from the greater environment and which cannot be expected to be depletable by humans. Free energy in this sense may be categorised as renewable energy, although most renewable energy sources would not normally be called free energy sources.
Free energy is energy which may be directly harvested by a device from the surroundings (electromagnetic free energy is sometimes referred to as radiant energy).
Free energy can also mean a primary energy source that is free (i.e. does not cost anything) for consumption. Examples include wind power, water power, and solar power. Remaining so-far-unexploited forces of nature which are well documented in scientific literature include atmospheric electricity, quantum vacuum, and atmospheric pressure change.
Other, more fantastical forces attributed by fewer qualified scientists and engineers as basis for free energy devices are telluric currents, quantum vacuum perturbation which cannot really be considered to be a force as much as it is a bending of time-space, rotating magnets employed in ways hitherto unpracticed, as well as some purported methods to crack hydrogen. Perpetual motion machines, when hypothesised, are sometimes called free energy machines, though the term energy in that circumstance is being used in a sense outside of the scientific definition.
Free energy suppression is the notion that corporate energy interests deliberately suppress technologies that may provide energy at very little cost. Widespread existence of such technologies would diminish use of some corresponding sector of the energy industry, and the existing energy infrastructure has momentum defined in trillions-of-dollars. From these one fact and a supposition is derived the possibility that genuine (virtually-) free-energy-powered technologies exist, but have been well suppressed. Following the same logic, a third possibility is that false claims would arise to exploit the doubt of the situation. A forth extension of this logic is that great argument would arise about the realities of various claims. And for this routh point, there is evidence...
Some labelled as conspiracy theories range at least from, allegations that light-bulb companies secretly own the patents to manufacture light bulbs that never burn out, to the idea that fuel companies are sitting on designs for highly efficient vehicles, to the belief that perpetual motion is a practiced but suppressed technology.

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

The Field Between Two Felines ...


kisses, hugs, purrs ... meow for meow, paws for paws ...

The Beacons of Light Re-minders from Home

Introduction by Steve Rother :

Over the years, I have become aware that the Group's messages are always in a code. They call it 'the code of the heart,'
as they use it to speak to many hearts at once. They use the same words to give many different messages on many different
levels at one time. Those of you who have heard the Group's messages live know that they are all quite different. Sometimes
they keep us laughing the whole time, while at other times they are giving important information. Still other channels will have us all in tears with the love they give.

This particular message will fill your heart, as would be expected from the Group, but it will also plant important seeds of hope and love for the future. After reading this message, your analytical mind may ask, 'That's a nice message, but how can I use
that?' Although there are several points to use in daily life, this message is speaking more to the future 'you' than it is to the
practical person you may think that you are.

What follows is a venture into a magical realm of hope and love. It is designed by the Group to touch our hearts with hope and love and to help us all re-member Home.

GROUP hugs
Steve Rother


Dancing Close to the Edge

Many of you have been dancing close to the edge. Some of you feel like you have been dancing on a cliff very
close to the edge for a long time. Know, dear ones, that we bless you for it, for as you have seen with many of the
people that you see as successful, sometimes it takes dancing that close to the edge to lose the fear of falling off
the cliff. Furthermore, keep in mind that even though you are worried about what the outcome will be, you could
not fall if you tried. You are playing a game with angel wings spread all around you. Yes, you can lean this way;
you can lean that way. Yes, you can trip as you are moving forward, but you cannot hurt yourself. You are
creating heaven, or Home, on Earth this very day. That is where the magic is. That is what you have created.

So keep that in mind the next time you wonder whether you can take one more stressful thing. Keep in mind that
when a piece of coal experiences stress over a long period of time, it turns into the most beautiful diamond. If you
can change your perspective and use that same energy to show something that you are going to create from that,
and let your own beauty shine as that of the diamond, you will not need the stress anymore.

read more: http://www.goodworksonearth.org/steverotherbeaconsoflightdoyoubelieve.html

Saturday, November 05, 2005

Nice Neighborbood *_*


Orbs outside the Cabin, very good neighborhood. Posted by Picasa

Boriska, indigo boy from Mars ...

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Boriska caught Russian scientists' attention in the summer of the current year. Specialists of the Institute of Earth Magnetism and Radio-waves of the Russian Academy of Sciences photographed the boy's aura, which turned out to be unusually strong.
"He has the orange spectrogram, which says that he is a joyful person of a powerful intellect," professor Vladislav Lugovenko said. "There is a theory, according to which the human brain has two basic memory types: work and remote memory. One of the most remarkable abilities of the human brain is its ability to save information about experience, emotions and thoughts both inwardly and outwardly, in the single informational space of the Universe. There are some unique individuals, who can draw information from that field. In my opinion, every human being is connected with space by means of energy channels," the scientist said.
According to Lugovenko, it is possible to measure people's extrasensorial qualities with the help of special devices, which make this procedure very easy. Modern scientists all over the world conduct extensive research works in an attempt to unveil the mystery of phenomenal children. As it turned out, people possessing unique abilities were born on all inhabited continents of the globe during the recent 20 years. Scientists call such kids "indigo children."
"Boriska is one of them. Apparently, indigo children have a special mission to change our planet. Many of them have amended DNA spirals, which gives them incredibly strong immune system, which can even defeat AIDS. I have met such children in China, India, Vietnam and so on. I am sure that they will change the future of our civilization," Vladislav Lugovenko said.
While world's leading space agencies are trying to find traces of life on planet Mars, eight-year-old Boriska tells his parents and friends everything he knows about the Martian civilization. Boriska remembers his past life. Specialists say that he knows the information, which he actually cannot know. A Russian journalist has recently talked to the boy about his unique knowledge and experience.
- Boriska, did you really live on Mars as people say around here? - Yes, I did, it is true. I remember that time, when I was 14 or 15 years old. The Martians were waging wars all the time so I would often have to participate in air raids with a friend of mine. We could travel in time and space flying in round spaceships, but we would observe life on planet Earth on triangular aircrafts. Martian spaceships are very complicated. They are layered, and they can fly all across the Universe. - Is there life on Mars now? - Yes, there is, but the planet lost its atmosphere many years ago as a result of a global catastrophe. But Martian people still live there under the ground. They breath carbonic gas. - How do they look those Martian people? - Oh they are very tall, taller than seven meters. They possess incredible qualities.
"When we showed our boy to a variety of scientists, including ufologists, astronomers and historians, all of them agreed that it would be impossible to make all those stories up. Foreign languages and scientific terms, which he says, are usually used by specialists studying this or that particular science," Boriska's mother said.
Doctors of traditional medicine acknowledge the boy's unusual abilities, although they do not say, of course, that the boy used to live on Mars in his past life. Discuss this article on Pravda.Ru Forum
Read the original in Russian: (Translated by: Dmitry Sudakov)Pravda.Ru

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

What are telomeres and telomerase?


To better understand telomeres and telomerase, let's first review some basic principles of biology and genetics. The human body is an organism formed by adding many organ systems together. Those organ systems are made of individual organs. Each organ contains tissues designed for specific functions like absorption and secretion. Tissues are made of cells that have joined together to perform those special functions. Each cell is then made of smaller components called organelles, one of which is called the nucleus. The nucleus contains structures called chromosomes that are actually "packages" of all the genetic information that is passed from parents to their children. The genetic information, or "genes" are really just a series of base pairs called Adenine (A), Guanine (G), Cytosine (C), and Thymine (T). These base pairs make up our cellular alphabet and create the sequences, or instructions needed to form our bodies. In order to grow and age, our bodies must duplicate their cells. This process is called mitosis. Mitosis is a process that allows one "parent" cell to divide into two new "daughter" cells. During mitosis, cells make copies of their genetic material. Half of the genetic material goes to each new daughter cell. To make sure that information is successfully passed from one generation to the next, each chromosome has a special protective cap called a telomere located at the end of it's "arms". Telomeres are controlled by the presence of the enzyme telomerase. Now that we have covered some basics, let's explore telomeres, telomerase, and their importance to you! (view animation)
A telomere is a repeating DNA sequence (TTAGGG) at the end of the body's chromosomes. The telomere can reach a length of 15,000 base pairs. Telomeres function by preventing chromosomes from losing base pair sequences at their ends. They also stop chromosomes from fusing to each other. However, each time a cell divides, some of the telomere is lost (usually 25-200 base pairs per division). When the telomere becomes too short, the chromosome reaches a "critical length" and can no longer replicate. This means that a cell becomes "old" and dies by a process called apoptosis. Telomere activity is controlled by two mechanisms: erosion and addition. Erosion, as mentioned, occurs each time a cell divides. Addition is determined by the activity of telomerase. (view animation)
Telomerase, also called telomere terminal transferase, is an enzyme made of protein and RNA subunits that elongates chromosomes by adding TTAGGG sequences to the end of existing chromosomes. Telomerase is found in fetal tissues, adult germ cells, and also tumor cells. Telomerase activity is regulated during development and has a very low, almost undetectable activity in somatic (body) cells. Because these somatic cells do not regularly use telomerase, they age. The result of aging cells is an aging body. If telomerase is activated in a cell, the cell will continue to grow and divide. This "immortal cell" theory is important in two areas of research: aging and cancer.

Dimensional friends


Often they appear as votex or circles. All solid building or trees or anything tangible become more transparent into the background when orbs are around.
I think the reason why they appear as votex or circles is because they come from the wormholes ...

Monday, August 15, 2005

Why great minds can't grasp consciousness

Subject no longer just for philosophers and mystics, but remains a mystery
By Ker Than
Updated: 3:42 p.m. ET Aug. 8, 2005
At a physics meeting last October, Nobel laureate David Gross outlined 25 questions in science that he thought physics might help answer. Nestled among queries about black holes and the nature of dark matter and dark energy were questions that wandered beyond the traditional bounds of physics to venture into areas typically associated with the life sciences.
One of the Gross's questions involved human consciousness.
He wondered whether scientists would ever be able to measure the onset consciousness in infants and speculated that consciousness might be similar to what physicists call a "phase transition," an abrupt and sudden large-scale transformation resulting from several microscopic changes. The emergence of superconductivity in certain metals when cooled below a critical temperature is an example of a phase transition. In a recent email interview, Gross said he figures there are probably many different levels of consciousness, but he believes that language is a crucial factor distinguishing the human variety from that of animals.
Gross isn't the only physicist with ideas about consciousness.
Beyond the mysticsRoger Penrose, a mathematical physicist at Oxford University, believes that if a "theory of everything" is ever developed in physics to explain all the known phenomena in the universe, it should at least partially account for consciousness.
Penrose also believes that quantum mechanics, the rules governing the physical world at the subatomic level, might play an important role in consciousness.
It wasn't that long ago that the study of consciousness was considered to be too abstract, too subjective or too difficult to study scientifically. But in recent years, it has emerged as one of the hottest new fields in biology, similar to string theory in physics or the search for extraterrestrial life in astronomy.
No longer the sole purview of philosophers and mystics, consciousness is now attracting the attention of scientists from across a variety of different fields, each, it seems, with their own theories about what consciousness is and how it arises from the brain.
In many religions, consciousness is closely tied to the ancient notion of the soul, the idea that in each of us, there exists an immaterial essence that survives death and perhaps even predates birth. It was believed that the soul was what allowed us to think and feel, remember and reason.
Our personality, our individuality and our humanity were all believed to originate from the soul.
Nowadays, these things are generally attributed to physical processes in the brain, but exactly how chemical and electrical signals between trillions of brain cells called neurons are transformed into thoughts, emotions and a sense of self is still unknown.
"Almost everyone agrees that there will be very strong correlations between what's in the brain and consciousness," says David Chalmers, a philosophy professor and Director of the Center for Consciousness at the Australian National University. "The question is what kind of explanation that will give you. We want more than correlation, we want explanation -- how and why do brain process give rise to consciousness? That's the big mystery."
Just accept itChalmers is best known for distinguishing between the 'easy' problems of consciousness and the 'hard' problem.
The easy problems are those that deal with functions and behaviors associated with consciousness and include questions such as these: How does perception occur? How does the brain bind different kinds of sensory information together to produce the illusion of a seamless experience?
"Those are what I call the easy problems, not because they're trivial, but because they fall within the standard methods of the cognitive sciences," Chalmers says.
The hard problem for Chalmers is that of subjective experience.
"You have a different kind of experience -- a different quality of experience -- when you see red, when you see green, when you hear middle C, when you taste chocolate," Chalmers told LiveScience. "Whenever you're conscious, whenever you have a subjective experience, it feels like something."
CONTINUED: Space, time, mass and ... consciousness?

Read more: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/8873364/

Monday, July 18, 2005

Orb above the GateWay Bell


Click on the photo to enlarge it. *_* Posted by Picasa

Love & Thanks the Water

Will you join us to say "I love you" and "Thank you" to all the water on Planet Earth and fill it with the highest vibration (HADO) of Love and Thanks that we can possibly experience?
Please join us to send our Love and Thanks to all the water in our physical body that has been sustaining and nurturing our lives on this planet. 70% of our body is made of water. We owe so much our health to the water in our body.
Then, let us send our Love and Thanks to all the water on Planet Earth. 70% of the surface of the Earth is occupied by water. The environment on planet Earth is maintained by the water circulating in various forms. If it had not been for water, life would not have been created on planet Earth.
To make this event a global one, we have determined July 25 (July 24 temporarily, in the case of 2005) as "World Day of Love and Thanks to Water".
We have a vision that on this day, our Earth will be filled with beautiful golden/silver light of Love and Thanks that is flowing from the hearts of each and every one of us. Golden/silver light is the highest vibration in the range of visible light, and it will heal and cleanse all the water on earth, be it water of the ocean or that of our own body.