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      Quote Originally Posted by HaRd_WiReD View Post
      It all starts to make more sense now.

      I just wanted to say that I agree with your post. And while there are a lot of people who would disagree with you, I would say, be patient

      if you really believe that this is the truth, then science will eventually prove it

      until then! take advantage of this knowledge!

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      Yes, but what you must understand is that the whole point of that analogy is that it represents a famous interpretation of quantum mechanics, which involves inherently random events (no imperfections or such).

      It's a bit of a minority view though.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Xei View Post
      It's a bit of a minority view though.
      How many people agree with something has no relevance to its truth. Consider the intelligence of the majority of people, and how easy it is to get people to believe just about anything. People don't like change, and I would assume many are happier to cling to old inaccurate beliefs, than to adopt new ones. If the majority of people viewed the earth to be flat, and the minority viewed it to be round, which group would you be more inclined to agree with?

      Some poll questions to consider:

      How many people don't believe in lucid dreams?
      How many different religions have more than a 10 million believers?
      How many people don't believe in evolution?
      How many people have at one point been duped into believing in Santa Clause?
      How many people voted for George Bush Jr. the second time?
      How many people think just because something is FDA approved, that it is both safe and effective?

      I could think of more, but I think you get the point.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Schmaven View Post
      I heard a theory one time that there is a universe for every possible outcome of every situation. It was explained using a pool table to make it kind of simpler.
      Doesn't this go against the law of conservation of energy? I've heard of that theory too, but I really fail to understand how such a thing could be physically possible? Sure, it would be cool... but seriously, doesn't this theory go against all laws of current science?
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      Quote Originally Posted by ChaybaChayba View Post
      Doesn't this go against the law of conservation of energy? I've heard of that theory too, but I really fail to understand how such a thing could be physically possible? Sure, it would be cool... but seriously, doesn't this theory go against all laws of current science?
      It does if you consider it on any reasonable size scale. But when looking at the nano-scale of things, there is a lot more randomness to events. It's that very small scale randomness that I think this theory is attempting to explain.
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      How many people agree with something has no relevance to its truth. Consider the intelligence of the majority of people, and how easy it is to get people to believe just about anything. People don't like change, and I would assume many are happier to cling to old inaccurate beliefs, than to adopt new ones. If the majority of people viewed the earth to be flat, and the minority viewed it to be round, which group would you be more inclined to agree with?
      We're talking about the number of experts in quantum mechanics who hold an opinion about their field.

      What 'most people' think has nothing to do with it, most people don't know anything about quantum mechanics, although they may think otherwise.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Xei View Post
      We're talking about the number of experts in quantum mechanics who hold an opinion about their field.

      What 'most people' think has nothing to do with it, most people don't know anything about quantum mechanics, although they may think otherwise.
      Even among the experts, there can be disagreements. While it is a smart idea to trust those with credentials, it is also good to consider new theories. Different theories can describe different things, quantum mechanics deals with things happening on the very very, (maybe a few more very's) small scale. However, there are other fields where quantum mechanics is largely irrelevant, such as fluid mechanics, which has its own set of experts, each with their own opinions about how their field relates to everything else. The two coexist simultaneously, despite poor correlations between them. Quantum mechanics doesn't describe everything, if it did, we wouldn't need other theories and other fields of interest.

      Although, when dealing with quantum events, I would place my chips in the quantum mechanics experts' corner. However, when considering new, unproven theories about things as broad as the universe, I wouldn't restrict myself that much.
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      your T.O.E. is just another concept.
      "you only lose what you cling to"

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      Quote Originally Posted by Xei View Post
      What 'most people' think has nothing to do with it, most people don't know anything about quantum mechanics, although they may think otherwise.
      Quantum mechanics operates unlike any other form of science, it is quite interesting and though many may not have a true grasp of how it works.. even those studying it..

      It gives hope for more crazy theories, because in itself it operates quite strangely.
      This was that cult, and the prisoners said it had always existed and always would exist, hidden in distant wastes and dark places all over the world until the time when the great priest Cthulhu, from his dark house in the mighty city of R'lyeh under the waters, should rise and bring the earth again beneath his sway.

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      Strangeness is quite relative though, really.

      In hindsight it seems quite naive to expect even our most fundamental ideas about reality (determinism, absolute space and time, etcetera) to apply to scales of magnitude completely outside of human experience.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Xei View Post
      Strangeness is quite relative though, really.

      In hindsight it seems quite naive to expect even our most fundamental ideas about reality (determinism, absolute space and time, etcetera) to apply to scales of magnitude completely outside of human experience.
      Absolutely it would almost make our little human minds explode in a sense..

      I was using strange in the sense of unlike most.
      This was that cult, and the prisoners said it had always existed and always would exist, hidden in distant wastes and dark places all over the world until the time when the great priest Cthulhu, from his dark house in the mighty city of R'lyeh under the waters, should rise and bring the earth again beneath his sway.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Xei View Post
      People that 'vibe' with each other have the same interests and outlooks... there is no 'frequency of thought'.

      Free will is poorly defined, but most concepts of it do not really exist. Every choice that we make, we were always going to make; our brains are deterministic. Rewind time and we'd do the same thing. In that sense, there is no free will.

      And supersmart AI is all we really are. If we made an artificial copy of a brain and uploaded it to a computer, that would effectively be the same mind. Our minds all follow specific rules, biologically ingrained. Basic ones are eating, sleeping, and finding a partner.
      LOL that can only come from "another brick in the wall" and a product of the ignorant square thought process. I bet you didn't even research for yourself the logic of frequencies... They don't teach you this in school because if would require some thinking outside the box, but the frequencies generated by your heart can alter a persons brain waves 12 ft away. Listening to a specific frequency for a period of time can alter your brain waves. All this has actually been recorded and graphed out. www.heartmath.org check out the research tab. I'd encourage you to open your mind to some independent learning before you become another byproduct.

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      Can you please give me some evidence?

      It's not much to ask for. I just want to know what the experimental methods were, etcetera.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Xei View Post
      Can you please give me some evidence?

      It's not much to ask for. I just want to know what the experimental methods were, etcetera.
      Yea man no prob. Check this site out. It covers a variety of results that have been gathered from universities across the country.
      http://www.heartmath.org/research/sc...eractions.html

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      Collective Consciousness.

      I have a few stories I would like to share...they are subjective so take them as you will.

      1.About the beginning of my freshman year in high school (October 2006) I was driving up to a condo my parents own in Vermont for a family vacation. I used to having racing thoughts all the time and would develop new ideas all the time. I hardly ever went through with my ideas but the sole fact that I had thought of them gave me pride. So I though of a show idea about a man with split personalities. By day he was thoughtful polite father and family man and by night he was an alter ego criminal archetype. To my surprise a show came out two years later on October 13 2008 called My Own Worst Enemy. Granted the plot lines are different but they still hold similarities.

      Yes I know anyone could have thought of this, I'm sure some did, and I'm sure some didn't, but I want to bring up how odd it is that two entirely different humans with two entirely different environments and upbringings can develop highly similar ideas, what triggered it? Hell if I know but I'd love to find out. They were not exact, but still similar enough for me at least. Though my story does represent two people in similar cultures, it most certainly has happened cross culturally.

      2. Harmonic...how often do you use this word? Chances are it isn't a word you use daily but possibly sparingly. Well the other day in study I was talking with a friend and my girlfriend. Me and my other friend both said a word at the same time. But considering it was on a similar topic it wasn't to out of the ordinary. What happened next though was, jokingly I said wow that was so..."harmonic" at exactly the same time as my girlfriend.

      Both of these stories can be misconstrued as coincidence, but is coincidence really an exact science in itself? Can you really expect a theory as variable as coincidence to be a valid answer? Maybe the real coincidence was tapping into the collective consciousness at the same time as another around me.

      Think about it.
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      There are things called thought-forms. I've heard that when people think about something or pray, they release these into the astral realms and they have an effect of our physical world. It's some interesting stuff. (If it is believable)

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      heres how it works

      Yes thoughts have some type of frequency. And I will now explain how we are all connected to each other.

      Sit back and be amazed.

      You have a thought and to connect to someone else, you open your mouth and speak.

      Thats right folks, for the thought frequencies in your head to be transmitted to someone else you have speak to them verbally.

      If it wasn't this way, we would have evolved a different way.

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      Humans are not telepathic

      WHO SAID THAT??!?!
      Last edited by Dreams4free; 09-10-2010 at 01:59 PM.

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      I think it is already proven that everything has a frequency. The interesting thing about this is imagine changing a material from one thing to another just by changing its frequency, it has great potential.

      Another thing, I dont believe that everyone on the planet has to believe one thing for it to be possible, it only takes one individual, there are many cases that proves this such as levitating yogis.

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