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And whichever way it is going, its twin will start spinning the other way, instantly, even if it is on the other side of the universe. Read more:

Last week we occupied ourselves with scientific news in the media and it was also about the speed of light. And there it was about something going faster than the speed of light.

Now the question is why was that so news worthy? Why can’t something go faster than the speed of light?

The physicist says because it would violate the laws of cause and effect. Something could go back in time and witness the moment of its own creation.

Now why would that be so strange? Why can’t that be done?

The physicist says nothing can go faster than light because then the law of cause and effect is no longer sacrosanct. If you insist that cause and effect must be true, then Einstein’s theory of space and time is wrong. The idea that anything can go back and violate the law of cause and effect is so repugnant to scientists that they would have to ditch Einstein’s theory and find something else that makes it sacrosanct again. Einstein completely overturned Newton’s ideas. This discovery, if true, would be to Einstein’s theory of relativity what Einstein’s theory was to Newton. The theoretical physicist Freeman Dyson said a very good argument against the possibility of time travel is that we’ve never met any time travellers. If someone in the future had done it, someone would have come back.

Now in the entry 2011 Sep 23 (2) - Neutrinos I wrote: “Coming back to speed, the speed of light, or of neutrinos: When one has a look at claims of some scientists, that there is nothing that is faster than light, or than a neutrino, and then has a look at claims of other scientists, that a particle reacts instantaneously if another is experienced with, no matter how far away they are from each other, then one can wonder, if these scientist are still okay.”

So all this caused me to still think of this matter and I will now bring a couple of ideas coming from scientists which seem to confirm that there is quite a lot in science, and especially in physics, where scientists seem to have different ideas or where scientists just seem to ignore what other scientists say.

First let’s stay with the speed of light.

Here what scientists say:

Things can travel faster than light; and light doesn’t always travel very fast.
The speed of light in a vacuum is a constant: 300,000km a second. However, light does not always travel through a vacuum. In water, for example, photons travel at around three-quarters that speed.
In nuclear reactors, some particles are forced up to very high speeds, often within a fraction of the speed of light. If they are passing through an insulating medium that slows light down, they can actually travel faster than the light around them.
When this happens, they cause a blue glow, known as "Cherenkov radiation", which is (sort of) comparable to a sonic boom but with light. This is why nuclear reactors glow in the dark.
Incidentally, the slowest light has ever been recorded travelling was 17 meters per second - about 38 miles an hour - through rubidium cooled to almost absolute zero, when it forms a strange state of matter called a Bose-Einstein condensate.
Light has also been brought to a complete stop in the same fashion, but since that wasn't moving at all, we didn't feel we could describe that as "the slowest it has been recorded travelling".

So that were some details to the speed of light and now to something that goes faster than light:

A particle here can affect one on the other side of the universe, instantaneously.
When an electron meets its antimatter twin, a positron, the two are annihilated in a tiny flash of energy. Two photons fly away from the blast.
Subatomic particles like photons and quarks have a quality known as "spin". It’s not that they’re really spinning – it’s not clear that would even mean anything at that level - but they behave as if they do. When two are created simultaneously the direction of their spin has to cancel each other out: one doing the opposite of the other.
Due to the unpredictability of quantum behaviour, it is impossible to say in advance which will go "anticlockwise" and the other "clockwise". More than that, until the spin of one is observed, they are both doing both.
It gets weirder, however. When you do observe one, it will suddenly be going clockwise or anticlockwise. And whichever way it is going, its twin will start spinning the other way, instantly, even if it is on the other side of the universe. This has actually been shown to happen in experiment (albeit on the other side of a laboratory, not a universe).

So crossing the universe instantly seems to be a lot faster than the speed of light.

So this crossing the universe with this ultimate speed - "A particle here can affect one on the other side of the universe, instantaneously" – seems to let past and present and future shrink to a now.

So let us see what scientist have to say about past, present and future:

The fundamental description of the universe does not account for a past, present or future
According to the special theory of relativity, there is no such thing as a present, or a future, or a past. Time frames are relative: I have one, you have one, the third planet of Gliese 581 has one. Ours are similar because we are moving at similar speeds.
If we were moving at very different speeds, we would find that one of us aged quicker than the other. Similarly, if one of us was closer than the other to a major gravity well like the Earth, we would age slower than someone who wasn’t.
GPS satellites, of course, are both moving quickly and at significant distances from Earth. So their internal clocks show a different time to the receivers on the ground. A lot of computing power has to go into making your sat-nav work around the theory of special relativity.

So this gives us already an idea of different speeds or of different states of living or of different states of consciousness, of different possibilities. Here what they have to say about this:

There are an infinite number of mes writing this, and an infinite number of yous reading it.
According to the current standard model of cosmology, the observable universe - containing all the billions of galaxies and trillions upon trillions of stars - is just one of an infinite number of universes existing side-by-side, like soap bubbles in a foam.
Because they are infinite, every possible history must have played out. But more than that, the number of possible histories is finite, because there have been a finite number of events with a finite number of outcomes. The number is huge, but it is finite. So this exact event, where this author writes these words and you read them, must have happened an infinite number of times.
Even more amazingly, we can work out how far away our nearest doppelganger is. It is, to put it mildly, a large distance: 10 to the power of 10 to the power of 28 meters. That number, in case you were wondering, is one followed by 10 billion billion billion zeroes.

Now here some more about past, present and future:

Events in the future can affect what happened in the past.
The weirdness of the quantum world is well documented. The double slit experiment, showing that light behaves as both a wave and a particle, is odd enough - particularly when it is shown that observing it makes it one or the other.
But it gets stranger. According to an experiment proposed by the physicist John Wheeler in 1978 and carried out by researchers in 2007, observing a particle now can change what happened to another one - in the past.
According to the double slit experiment, if you observe which of two slits light passes through, you force it to behave like a particle. If you don’t, and observe where it lands on a screen behind the slits, it behaves like a wave.
But if you wait for it to pass through the slit, and then observe which way it came through, it will retroactively force it to have passed through one or the other. In other words, causality is working backwards: the present is affecting the past.
Of course in the lab this only has an effect over indescribably tiny fractions of a second. But Wheeler suggested that light from distant stars that has bent around a gravitational well in between could be observed in the same way: which could mean that observing something now and changing what happened thousands, or even millions, of years in the past.

Now this retroactively influencing of past events - the present is affecting the past – can be seen in more detail in 219 – Have Dominion.

And now a last one, about the emptiness of worldly living:

Atoms are 99.9999999999999 per cent empty space.

And that means that only 0.0000000000001 per cent of the space is occupied by particles. And even that is not real.

Particles don’t exist except as probabilities.

We live in a world that is actually just stage props created for us to act in for a short time to find out if we are real or just phoneys.

Now all this stuff just considered points out to us that the material world is not the real stuff, is not reality. The only thing that is real is our consciousness, our ability to perceive something with our senses and to use it to activate our will and make decisions.

Only our soul is real. We should be concerned about our soul – only.

I read one comment of a scientist about the scientific announcement of last week that indicated an attitude of a real scientist:

"We'd be thrilled if it's right because we love something that shakes the foundation of what we believe," said famed Columbia University physicist Brian Greene. "That's what we live for."

All the scientific stuff points out that the spiritual realm is the real thing.

The comment of another scientist, from above, that “we’ve never met any time travellers,” shows the ghetto in which most scientists seem to live, a mental ghetto, that excludes everything that does not belong to their “scientific” thinking. And the discussions of last week where scientists comment on the announcement of last week, also seem to indicate that scientists within the scientific community live in ghettos and shield themselves from others and have problems absorbing the findings they do not like. Especially these weird things coming from quantum physics seem to bother many scientists, even physicists.

A good example is Stephen Hawking, one of the high priests of atheism, who really thinks the world of matter is the world that matters, he thought and predicted 1979 it would just last 20 years until the last questions of physics are clarified, and the real scientist says, “We are more far from this than ever.”

A lot of scientists really live in their mental ghetto and consider everything outside to be unscientific and therefore without influence on their work. The spiritual side of life especially is what they exclude and so for them time travellers do not exist. These time travellers however have always existed and told us about the past and about the future, simple because for them these barriers did not exist, they had access to the past and they had access to the future, exactly as quantum physics tells us.

Now a last one. What about the possibility of us just projecting the world around us, the physical world, out of ourselves – including our body? And the guy next to me does the same. And the entire matter is coordinated by thought transfer. And all the thoughts are not really ours. We just process them. We are just here so that it can be checked if we are ready to ascend – to become – again – God-like creatures.

When we are spiritual we produce spiritual energy, our light passes through the one slit as a wave. And when we are carnal we produce carnal energy, our light passes through the other slit as a particle and therefore becomes matter.

Relativity and quantum physics so much touch the borders between the material world and the spiritual world but the atheists can't see the wood for the trees.

In quantum physics the observing – the simple act of the researcher observing what he is investigating – plays an important role. And so it is with us. What we observe is important. And what we do with what we observe. How do we interpret what we observe? How do we react? Are we playing the subject that is exposed to some happening? Or are we seeing in everything an opportunity to accelerate our ascent? And the ascent of the neighbor and even the ascent of all the creatures who are still in the state of being animals or plants or minerals?

Why is it that in quantum physics the act of observations is so influential? Because consciousness is in reality the only real thing. Or call it the power of God. And that is in its essence love.

So one of the weirdest physics facts exists in quantum physics and that is that a particle here can affect one on the other side of the universe, instantaneously. And whichever way it is going, its twin will start spinning the other way, instantly, even if it is on the other side of the universe.

Now from this we see that matter does not really exist, only the spiritual exists and matter is just a special state of the spiritual, an abnormal state that is just temporary and will go away again, and we can also see that space and time are temporary and that the transportation of information in the spiritual takes place via thoughts and that thought transfer does not require time, even if it is transfered from end of the universe to the other.

See also
2010 Feb 19 - Quantum physics, the soul and extraterrestrial communication and
2010 Sep 12 (2) - The theory for everything and
2011 Jun 10 - Remote effect of thoughts.


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