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Scientists claim they have broken the ultimate speed barrier: the speed of light.
In research carried out in the United States, particle physicists have shown that light pulses can be accelerated to up to 300 times their normal velocity of 186,000 miles per second.
The implications, like the speed, are mind-boggling. On one interpretation it means that light will arrive at its destination almost before it has started its journey. In effect, it is leaping forward in time.
Exact details of the findings remain confidential because they have been submitted to Nature, the international scientific journal, for review prior to possible publication.
The work was carried out by Dr. Lijun Wang, of the NEC research institute in Princeton, who transmitted a pulse of light towards a chamber filled with specially treated cesium gas.
Before the pulse had fully entered the chamber it had gone right through it and traveled a further 60 feet across the laboratory. In effect it existed in two places at once, a phenomenon that Wang explains by saying it traveled 300 times faster than light.
The research is already causing controversy among physicists. What bothers them is that if light could travel forward in time it could carry information. This would breach one of the basic principles in physics — causality, which says that a cause must come before an effect. It would also shatter Einstein's theory of relativity since it depends in part on the speed of light being unbreachable.
This weekend Wang said he could not give details but confirmed: "Our light pulses did indeed travel faster than the accepted speed of light. I hope it will give us a much better understanding of the nature of light and how it behaves."
Dr. Raymond Chiao, professor of physics at the University of California at Berkeley, who is familiar with Wang's work, said he was impressed by the findings. "This is a fascinating experiment," he said.
In Italy, another group of physicists has also succeeded in breaking the light speed barrier. In a newly published paper, physicists at the Italian National Research Council described how they propagated microwaves at 25 percent above normal light speed. The group speculates that it could be possible to transmit information faster than light.
Dr. Guenter Nimtz, of Cologne University, an expert in the field, agrees. He believes that information can be sent faster than light and last week gave a paper describing how it could be done to a conference in Edinburgh. He believes, however, that this will not breach the principle of causality because the time taken to interpret the signal would fritter away all the savings.
"The most likely application for this is not in time travel but in speeding up the way signals move through computer circuits," he said.
Wang's experiment is the latest and possibly the most important evidence that the physical world may not operate according to any of the accepted conventions.
In the new world that modern science is beginning to perceive, sub-atomic particles can apparently exist in two places at the same time — making no distinction between space and time.
Separate experiments carried out by Chiao illustrate this. He showed that in certain circumstances photons — the particles of which light is made — could apparently jump between two points separated by a barrier in what appears to be zero time. The process, known as tunneling, has been used to make some of the most sensitive electron microscopes.
The implications of Wang's experiments will arouse fierce debate. Many will question whether his work can be interpreted as proving that light can exceed its normal speed — suggesting that another mechanism may be at work.
Neil Turok, professor of mathematical physics at Cambridge University, said he awaited the details with interest, but added: "I doubt this will change our view of the fundamental laws of physics."
Wang emphasizes that his experiments are relevant only to light and may not apply to other physical entities. But scientists are beginning to accept that man may eventually exploit some of these characteristics for interstellar space travel.
Mr. O'Donnell wants to categorically state the followings:
All the practical beneficial results of operating at such a high vibratory state of the mind, of which he singles out only a portion thereof below, are and were known to so-called shamans, yogis, ancient cultures, monks, cabbalists etc.
Many have used it to insure a sense of power and control over other human beings. This is not the purpose of this remote viewing course.
Every individual of mankind can easily reach these states that, as a matter of fact, are close to the state where each infant is a birth, when the conscious and the subconscious mind are not yet well perceptually separated and when Theta (4 to 7 cycles per second) and Alpha (8 to 13 cycles per second) waves predominate in the E.E.G. tracing of the infant's brain.
What the intelligence agencies have done, is to take away the ritualistic mumbo-jumbo and try to standardize a remote viewing training that would be more streamlined.
Operating at a low Theta state (around 4.5 to 5 cycles per seconds) with retained full awareness seems to be correlated with highly successful remote viewing abilities.
It is Mr. O'Donnell contention that the lower the frequency at which most of the brain's cortex operates, the lesser it filters out messages from the deep unconscious where neither time nor space exists.
A realm that one of the greatest quantum physicist of our century, David Bohm, called the
indivisible and mirror image of our reality. This is the domain of the delta level: less than 4 Hz (vibrations per second) of the cortical region.
This is not magic: black nor white. The spiritual aspect and the comprehension of what is happening is within every human being.
Each and everyone has access to it.
Quantum physics has only brushed experimentally the big question: has matter created mind or mind created matter?
Even though the later is strongly hinted at, the real proof is within the laboratory of one's own mind. Not within an external technological laboratory apparatus.
Although time and space have been experimentally bridged within major research physics labs recently, the implications have yet to seep through mankind's psyche.
In one famous laboratory experiment of modern quantum physics called "the delayed choice experiment" even the past was changed in order to fit the present. Which means that instead of the normal cause-and-effect logic that we are accustomed to, in that case the effect chosen caused the cause to change accordingly.
This means that our present choices changes the memory of our past. This original experiment first proposed by the physicist John A. Wheeler in 1978 as a thought experiment, was confirmed experimentally in 1988 under strict laboratory conditions using electronic, ultrafast pocket cells, by two groups of physicists working at the University of Maryland and at the University of Munich.
By correlation , one can say that since our only lived reality is the present, and that we live neither in the perceived past or the probable future, changing the "memory " we have of either the past or the future greatly influence our reality of the "now". This is explained in basic terms in the course, and will be developed further in more advance courses, especially for advanced students that perceive it .
Undoubtedly, the most important realization about the nature of reality in the history of mankind was made and proven through a series of experiments conducted at the University of Paris-south in 1982 by a team of optical physicists led by Alain Aspect.
These experiments, using high speed switching mechanisms and photons (particles of light) produced by mercury vapor, proved without the shadow of a doubt that the famous mathematical inequality of the theorem of John Bell published in 1964 had indeed been violated. This expressed for the average person, not versed in the highly complex world of quantum mechanics which gave us the transistor, computers , superconductivity etc...., that space is "non-local" which means that it is illusory and the world is not composed of objects that added together form the Universe. Rather, the "subject" viewing the "object" form an indivisible whole where everything is related, and everyone influence everyone and everything else.
In other words, there exists a realm outside of space/time where all events of the fundamental processes of nature and life per se operate outside of space/time but generate perceived realities within space/time. Non-locality means that this domain is everywhere and nowhere in particular , everywhen and nowhen.
It is NoWhere and NowWhere.
Although this is a truism within the physical sciences, many branches of science still hold dearly to 19th century classical mechanics, and fearing the profound spiritual implications of this reality, are still happily creative in a dangerous cul-de-sac, without long-term vision.
It is great time to go back to the basics and walk back the illusion and enslavement that we created within technological quasi-religious beliefs.
Therefore, use the methods given to fashion to yourselves a better present and future.
Create and decide to be HAPPY!
Everything will unfold from then on, and trust will replace fear for the betterment of all.
Flash, September 18, 2000: UNCOVERING MORE OF OUR "MATRIX": If you thought the Aspect experiment is in the domain if science-fiction, wait until you read these two linked stories appearing on CNN!
One covers the recent development by IBM of a quantum computer that is actually based upon the property of quantum particles such as electrons to be spinning both up AND down at the same time until an observer OBSERVES (conscious awareness) their behavior and notes the holographic "spin."
This computer actually computes in a totally lateral fashion doing large amount of computations in ONE step examining all possibilities at once, and not in a slow linear analytical mode alike us. Does it remind you of something? Click here to read this CNN story. Or go directly to the IBM site.
Click here for an excellent article about recent advances in Quantum Computing from IBM's research magazine.
How about this one?
Well, right now Scientists at Los Alamos have developed a new unbreakable cryptography code that uses the "quantum entanglement " ( non-locality, i.e. outside of space) property of twin photons to always follow instantly each other's polarization direction, no matter how far they are separated from one another.
Which means that they transcend any notion of space/time as they communicate with each other across infinite space using the fabric of the "Matrix" which is Thought. Remote Viewing par excellence! This is what Alain Aspect proved experimentally in Paris in 1982. And this realization is being applied in the year 2000 to cryptography. We are really now exploring and decoding the world of the fabric of the Universe or the invisible "Matrix of Life." Click here to read this other CNN article.
In order to take a wonderful easy tutorial into the new frontier of Science and Mind/matter wonders, visit the excellent web site run by the Center for Quantum Computation, part of the University of Oxford, UK. A treasure of information on Quantum Computing.
You think this is weird?
Well then read what is starting to appear on the horizon of advanced light research. The absolute relative reference frame being light and its speed. Teleportation? Yes. Why not? Recent research has also shown that light can be literally stopped (which is a very relative notion anyway since Earth is supposed to be moving!), disappear, keep its property (information) in a medium close to absolute zero temperature
Can the Mind operate without a brain? You think not? Read below:
Scientist Says Mind Continues After Brain Dies
Updated: Fri, Jun 29 10:07 AM EDT
By Sarah Tippit
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A British scientist studying heart attack patients says he is finding evidence that suggests that consciousness may continue after the brain has stopped functioning and a patient is clinically dead.
The research, presented to scientists last week at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), resurrects the debate over whether there is life after death and whether there is such a thing as the human soul.
"The studies are very significant in that we have a group of people with no brain function ... who have well-structured, lucid thought processes with reasoning and memory formation at a time when their brains are shown not to function," Sam Parnia, one of two doctors from Southampton General Hospital in England who have been studying so-called near-death experiences (NDEs), told Reuters in an interview.
"We need to do much larger-scale studies, but the possibility is certainly there" to suggest that consciousness, or the soul, keeps thinking and reasoning even if a person's heart has stopped, he is not breathing and his brain activity is nil, Parnia said.
He said he and colleagues conducted an initial yearlong study, the results of which appeared in the February issue of the journal Resuscitation. The study was so promising the doctors formed a foundation to fund further research and continue collecting data.
During the initial study, Parnia said, 63 heart attack patients who were deemed clinically dead but were later revived were interviewed within a week of their experiences.
Of those, 56 said they had no recollection of the time they were unconscious and seven reported having memories. Of those, four were labeled NDEs in that they reported lucid memories of thinking, reasoning, moving about and communicating with others after doctors determined their brains were not functioning.
FEELINGS OF PEACE
Among other things, the patients reported remembering feelings of peace, joy and harmony. For some, time sped up, senses heightened and they lost awareness of their bodies.
The patients also reported seeing a bright light, entering another realm and communicating with dead relatives. One, who called himself a lapsed Catholic and Pagan, reported a close encounter with a mystical being.
Near-death experiences have been reported for centuries but in Parnia's study none of the patients were found to have received low oxygen levels, which some skeptics believe may contribute to the phenomenon.
When the brain is deprived of oxygen people become totally confused, thrash around and usually have no memories at all, Parnia said. "Here you have a severe insult to the brain but perfect memory."
Skeptics have also suggested that patients' memories occurred in the moments they were leaving or returning to consciousness. But Parnia said when a brain is traumatized by a seizure or car wreck a patient generally does not remember moments just before or after losing consciousness.
Rather, there is usually a memory lapse of hours or days. "Talk to them. They'll tell you something like: 'I just remember seeing the car and the next thing I knew I was in the hospital,"' he said.
"With cardiac arrest, the insult to the brain is so severe it stops the brain completely. Therefore, I would expect profound memory loss before and after the incident," he added.
Since the initial experiment, Parnia and his colleagues have found more than 3,500 people with lucid memories that apparently occurred at times they were thought to be clinically dead. Many of the patients, he said, were reluctant to share their experiences fearing they would be thought crazy.
A TODDLER'S TALE
One patient was 2-1/2 years old when he had a seizure and his heart stopped. His parents contacted Parnia after the boy "drew a picture of himself as if out of his body looking down at himself. It was drawn like there was a balloon stuck to him. When they asked what the balloon was he said, 'When you die you see a bright light and you are connected to a cord.' He wasn't even 3 when had the experience," Parnia said.
"What his parents noticed was that after he had been discharged from hospital, six months after the incident, he kept drawing the same scene."
The brain function these patients were found to have while unconscious is commonly believed to be incapable of sustaining lucid thought processes or allowing lasting memories to form, Parnia said -- pointing to the fact that nobody fully grasps how the brain generates thoughts.
The brain itself is made up of cells, like all the body's organs, and is not really capable of producing the subjective phenomenon of thought that people have, he said.
He speculated that human consciousness may work independently of the brain, using the gray matter as a mechanism to manifest the thoughts, just as a television set translates waves in the air into picture and sound.
"When you damage the brain or lose some of the aspects of mind or personality, that doesn't necessarily mean the mind is being produced by the brain. All it shows is that the apparatus is damaged," Parnia said, adding that further research might reveal the existence of a soul.
"When these people are having experiences they say, 'I had this intense pain in my chest and suddenly I was drifting in the corner of my room and I was so happy, so comfortable. I looked down and realized I was seeing my body and doctors all around me trying to save me and I didn't want to go back.
"The point is they are describing seeing this thing in the room, which is their body. Nobody ever says, 'I had this pain and the next thing I knew my soul left me."'
Extremely advanced remote viewers know by sentient experience that reality enfolds in a discrete jump-like manner. From on to off and on again. Alike the discrete quantum jumps at the microscopic level, the macroscopic universe acts in the same manner.
UMC to test power of prayer to help heal
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Carla McClain , ARIZONA DAILY STAR
Photos by Chris Richards / Staff Bruce Helman channels "spiritual light" to Maggie Kearns at the Johrei Fellowship Center, where members practice healing prayer.
Johrei members like Bruce Helman will be part of a UMC study on the power of prayer to aid in the healing of heart surgery patients.
The power of spiritual prayer to heal traumatic injury - long a belief in religions worldwide - will now be put to tough scientific testing in Tucson to see if it really works.
Starting this week, dozens of University of Arizona patients undergoing open-heart surgery will be the target of special prayers, to see if they will ease their pain and speed their healing.
The patients will not know and will never see the people praying for them. They won't even know if anyone is praying for them.
But the chief of surgery at University Medical Center thinks there may be a chance the prayed-for patients will do better than those without the prayers.
"I'm a surgeon, and I'm interested in the scientific outcome of surgical therapies and the use of advanced technologies," said Dr. Allan Hamilton, who, as a Harvard-trained neurosurgeon, is hardly a hocus-pocus kind of guy.
"But we can't forget that these are human beings in our care. In my practice, I have seen that patients who are spiritually and emotionally connected do very well in their recovery. What we want to find out is if there is scientific validity to this - yes or no."
And if it works - if somehow patients do actually benefit from what is known as "distant prayer" or "remote healing" - it will mean that "some form of human psychic energy does have a healing effect," said Tucson psychiatrist Dr. Mavis Donnelly.
"Right now, there is no scientific explanation whatsoever for how such a thing would work. The jury is completely out on this one," said Donnelly.
"The downside is that if the results come back that prayer makes no difference, that's going to be kind of a clunker for the believers."
The UA project - funded through several hundred thousand dollars from the National Institutes of Health (news - web sites) - is the first scientifically designed study of the role of prayer in the healing of surgical patients ever done in this country.
But it is not a total shot in the dark.
It follows several smaller studies in the past two decades that indicate that even "distant prayer" does indeed benefit patients with serious illnesses and injuries.
The most famous of these, done in 1986, involved some 400 heart disease patients at San Francisco General Hospital who were split into two groups -with half the patients prayed for over a 10-month period by various religious home-prayer groups and the other half not.
In the end, the prayed-for patients were five times less likely to need antibiotics, and three times less likely to suffer lung complications. None of the prayed-for patients needed to use an artificial breathing machine, while 12 in the control group did.
"These were significant effects in medical heart patients," said Hamilton. "Now we want to evaluate what happens with surgical heart patients."
In the UA study, some 120 patients slated to undergo cardiac bypass surgery in the coming months also will be divided into two groups - 60 of them randomly selected to be the target of a series of prayers, to be compared with 60 bypass patients without prayers.
At the end of the study, about two years from now, several specific recovery factors will be evaluated - how chest wounds healed, how long patients spent in intensive care, whether they needed artificial ventilation, and whether they suffered heart arrhythmias or infections, Hamilton said.
Praying for the UA patients will be practitioners of what is known as Johrei, a spiritual healing practice that originated in Japan. Central to Johrei is the belief that a universal energy can be channeled through prayer to heal the human spirit, which in turn can heal the physical body.
Along with spiritual healing, Johrei focuses on a healthy lifestyle, especially eating a non-toxic diet, and surrounding one's life with art and beauty.
Although it is considered a religion, it is nondenominational, and is practiced by members of all faiths, including Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus and others.
Johrei was chosen for the UA study because there is a large Johrei center in Tucson, with nearly 200 members, who have agreed to use a uniform prayer ritual for all patients in the study.
"We could have used regular Christian church prayer groups, but we needed a uniform prayer protocol, and Johrei has that," said Hamilton. "Also, what if a patient is Jewish and finds himself in a study with a Catholic priest? We wanted to avoid those kinds of conflicts."
Johrei members will not be told the names of the patients - only their sex and age, the date and time of their surgeries, and how many arteries will be involved in the bypass.
They will conduct three 27-minute prayer sessions on the day of each patient's surgery - one during surgery, one while the patient is in the recovery room and the third after the patient has been moved to a hospital bed.
Prayer sessions will then be held once a day for the next three days after surgery.
"We won't go to the hospital - the Johrei will be done here at the center," said Carol Martin, a volunteer lay leader at the Tucson Johrei Fellowship Center. "We will focus on the heart and on the arms and legs, where the grafts will be taken.
"We call it prayer and action, and we will do it for anyone who asks for it."
One of those who asked was Gerry Nangle, 52, who several years ago was in a serious car accident with her two young children. Her then-6-year-old son, Dominic, fractured his skull and was unconscious, not breathing and losing blood and spinal fluid from his ear when paramedics arrived.
At the UMC trauma center, Dominic was diagnosed with multiple head injuries. Nangle's husband summoned a Johrei friend, who asked doctors to hold off on operating on Dominic to remove fluid dangerously building up in his brain, Nangle said,
After Johrei prayers over Dominic through the night, the child was scanned again in the morning, and the doctors found the brain injury - including evidence of a stroke - was gone.
UMC documents confirm the surprise finding.
"The doctors told me the machine must be broken, and they'd have to operate anyway," said Nangle. "But finally they agreed they did not need to, and Dominic woke up a few hours later and was playing Nintendo (news - web sites) games that afternoon."
Today, Dominic Reece is a National Merit Scholar finalist at University High School.
While coming under increased study in medical science, healing prayer also is re-emerging in mainstream churches today, said the Rev. Stuart Taylor, co-pastor at St. Mark's Presbyterian Church in Tucson.
Many churches, including St. Mark's, are holding regular healing services once found only in the pentecostal or evangelical wing of American religion.
"Someone last week came in with a concern about a family whose child has incurable cancer, so we held a healing service, laying hands on her and praying for him through her," Stuart said. "I don't really know if the family knew about it."
There is a merging now of science and faith, both exploring the "unity of mind and body, the role of our spirit or soul" in healing, Taylor said.
"There is beginning to be a dynamic between quantum physics and spiritual theologies to find a common language to describe what is happening here - how you can change the energy to impact a life," he said.
"It's not that you call on God, and he pulls a string and something happens - it's not that simplistic."
And it does not really matter if the healing prayer follows Johrei or Christian or any other particular tradition, Taylor believes.
"To me, the bottom line is that God has endowed the creation with a healing capacity, and many cultures and religions are aware of that, and draw on it.
"We have no lock on this."
* Contact reporter Carla McClain at 806-7754 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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