This intriguing, and to my mind,  very interesting and high-octane-speculation-worthy story, was passed along by P.A.I. The essence of it is that while quantum interactions were long thought to be part of biological organisms, the link has never  been entirely proven, though if I recall correctly, there have been significant stabs to tie quantum tunneling to biological organisms. But this isn't a stab or a "ghost return" on the radar, it's a definite ping:

Scientists observe ‘quantum sense’ which may EXPLAIN HOW animals ‘see’ magnetic fields for first time

The experiment is simplicity itself:

Researchers have long suspected that some part of various animals’ visual systems, including migratory birds, allows them to perceive the Earth's magnetic fields, affording them the ability to navigate vast distances during migratory periods, but have never been able to find the mechanism. Until now, that is.

The University of Tokyo team used a custom microscope, which can detect extremely faint flashes of light, on a culture of human cells which contained an extremely light-sensitive material that can respond to changes in a magnetic field.

Photoreceptors, called cryptochromes, are found in the cells of numerous species, including migratory birds and dogs and, curiously, humans.

They then bathed the human cell culture, riddled with cryptochromes, in blue light which caused them to glow, at which point the researchers generated magnetic fields in several frequencies to stimulate the cells further.

Each time the magnetic field passed over the cells, the glow dipped by approximately 3.5 percent, indicating a direct reaction combining the fields of quantum physics and biochemistry.

Now to me, this is exciting, because it seems to document a quantum-biology connection that heretofore has been almost entirely the preserve of more "alternative" research, but being done in the open, and publicized in the open. I'm thinking specifically of the work of Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, who has popularized the idea of a "morphogenetic field," and the review of Soviet-era research in biology contained in Tom Bearden's book Gravitobiology. In Sheldrake's case (and to over-simplify), the "morphogenetic field" is an information field specific to a particular species of organism, such that information can pass from one member of the species to another, even though there is no physical contact between the two. He cites the example of a species of monkeys on an island learning to do something, and suddenly, the same species on another island has learned to do the same thing. I'll get back to this idea in a moment, because I suspect it is strongly related to this new quantum-biology link being outlined in the article.

In Bearden's review of Soviet era research, he points out the work of Kaznacheyev and others in Russia who took tissue cultures, then separate that culture into two quartz petrie dishes, and then place a quartz (or other barrier) between the two separated tissue culture samples, and then irradiate one of those cultures with the electromagnetic signature of a particular disease until that culture came down with the disease. In many cases, the other culture, though separated from all possible physical connection to or contamination from the first, would also develop the same disease.

So why am I taking the reader around Harvey's barn to explain all this? It's because I've strongly suspected that (1) there is a quantum-biology connection, and (2) that this connection may ultimately prove to be one involving entanglement, and also non-locality, to such an extent that biological life might not even be possible without them (as seems to be suggested by the Soviet era experiments), and (3) that consciousness itself may be the ultimate example of non-locality and entanglement, such that consciousness does not exist "within" a body, but so to speak, the reverse, that the body exists within a consciousness.

All of this suggests an experiment that might go some way to verifying or refuting these propositions. Perhaps the Soviet era experiments could be re-performed, but over much greater distance, and with one or two modifications. Perhaps taking tissue cultures from the same organism, and separating them by several miles, might be done, and then one sample irradiated with the electromagnetic template of a particular disease, or, better, irradiated in the manner of the recent Japanese experiment outlined in the article, and the other culture which has not been irradiated observed to see if it responds to the irradiation of the first.

Having having made that suggestion, what do you want to bet that someone has not already tried such or similar an experiment? In that regard, I find it highly intriguing that this Japanese experiment  should be reported in the popular Russia media.

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Terminal Tom on January 20, 2021 at 9:30 pm

    Read Carlos Castaneda. REALLY read him.

    If there is quantum entanglement and if humans are capable of far more connectivity and sharing than we generally acknowledge, then politicians should be VERY worried.

  2. goshawks on January 17, 2021 at 11:05 pm

    Charles Darwin stated in his autobiography:

    “I have said that in one respect my mind has changed during the last twenty or thirty years. Up to the age of thirty, or beyond it, poetry of many kinds…gave me great pleasure, and even as a schoolboy I took intense delight in Shakespeare, especially in the historical plays…music [was a] very great delight. But now for many years I cannot endure to read a line of poetry: I have tried lately to read Shakespeare, and found it so intolerably dull that it nauseated me. I have also almost lost my taste for…music…My mind seems to have become a kind of machine for grinding general laws out of large collections of facts, but why this should have caused the atrophy of that part of the brain alone, on which the higher tastes depend, I cannot conceive… The loss of these tastes is a loss of happiness, and may possibly be injurious to the intellect, and more probably to the moral character, by enfeebling the emotional part of our nature.”

    Darwin did not know of left-right brain specialization. Intellect and rationality to the left half; patterning, harmony, and intuition to the right half. It sounds like he much over-emphasized use of the left brain over the right brain, and reaped the results. We should learn from his experience…

  3. Richard on January 16, 2021 at 1:53 am

    You’re right, it (Sheldrake’s morphic resonance) needs more attention even expansion with the hard sciences more involved, . . . because they are anyway. The more broadened the team the more objective they tend to be with different ideas (ideaplasty’s). They’re just not quantified and qualified in the traditional Galilean and Baconian scientific method. In one’s humble opinion, of course, where things of science must have the three requisites of being measurable, repeatable, and communicable. Bio physicist’s, bio psychologist’s, and, to a degree, medical practitioners know something of these things.

    Almost sounds reminiscent of what was once called “ideoplasty” over a century ago, now with modified intents in the corporeal realm while bringing quantum physics along. Parapsychology has often got a bad rap but then so has that business of other worldly types, their demonstrations, dimensions, their unusual craft performances, and the encounters some can recall after their primeval-shock reactions are calmed and better understood.

    Ideoplasty, was once used (still has some semblance or relationships in the here and now) describing what psychics or mediums were thought to be doing during a sitting or session.

    Picking apart that word [ideoplasty] one finds its origin from Greek beginnings – ‘Ideo’ for idea, and ‘-plasty’ for molding, making the whole term “idea molding,” or in this context “idea-forming.” Today, the suffix ending [-plasty] is often found used within a medical frame of reference where plastic surgery or body tissue reconstruction of one kind or another is performed.

    During the “sitting or session,” also called a séance for nearly two centuries, the idea-forming or reconstruction was to assist the medium or spiritualist in bringing together those assembled at the session with the dearly departed (one popularized use).

    Mediumship was a theory that maintained that the beliefs and expectations of sitters would telepathically “influence” the medium which in turn would produce the ‘communication’ from beyond the grave or something similar and of what the scientifically oriented testers or experimenters would have suggested for the alleged medium to conjure.

    Sitters, in this context would be those people seeking communication from beyond the grave, for instance; experimenters would be those scientifically testing the ability and validity of the psychic-medium, for instance, to conjure a certain expectation or desired outcome under controlled settings. The goal for each grouping of people would be the phenomenon that supports their respective and desired outcomes. Essentially, the medium is being led by these said people through the power of suggestion or through their “idea-forming” elements while entranced. These suggestions from sitters and experimenters, it is thought, could unconsciously influence the results of the experiment or sitting as well as the sensitive or medium.

    It begs the question of where the fine line of science and experimental control ends and where the goal of a conjured expectation begins when one factors in an evolving set of sensory apparatuses each participant has brought with them to the session.

    Sixth sense/ESP-Extra Sensory Perception certainly gets a lot of airtime when they come up. In one’s humble opinion, both are still oxymoron’s of expression in search of linguistic redemption. Supposedly detectable by ordinary sensory apparatuses that presumably have no extra anything for detection beyond their capacities. Those that conjured them presumed too much about those Aristotelian five senses as the only sensory components of the body and didn’t seem to have a handle on them, either, as they were learning them and trying to quantify and qualify each. Such was and is the goal of some science trying to shoe-horn extraordinary sensory activity into categories other than normal when normal is yet to be well established to begin. It’s still a work in progress.

    The Egyptian wisdom keepers maintain that humankind has 360 senses and are in need of reasserting them as the Ancients once knew. Should that be the case then those extrasensory things aren’t extra anything, they’re latent senses waiting for each individual to manifest them again within the species as a species. In one’s humble opinion, of course.

    • goshawks on January 16, 2021 at 4:01 am

      Two things on the ‘latent senses’:

      One has to become aware of what I would call ‘subtle energy’ interactions. If one has been in a group setting, there is an early time when each individual’s energetic body (say, aura) is separate. Then, at some point, there is a ‘melding’. Perhaps, this is even a quantum effect. This could be good, like for a healing session, or bad like a Hitler rally. Watching a singing-group or orchestra, one can really sense when they are ‘individuals’ and when they are a ‘collective’. If this form of ‘sensing’ is practiced, much is explained about life…

      Also, this ‘group intent’ can accomplish unusual things. A few decades back, I was at an island on the Nile where a temple had been ‘relocated’ due to the raising of the Nile. It had been sawed-up into transportable blocks and then re-erected on this new location. Energetically, it felt like ‘something’ had been lost. It felt like disconnected blocks. Perhaps, a ‘group overlay’ had been lost. When our group did a deep meditation in that place, somehow everything ‘melded’ together. It felt like a ‘whole structure’, again. Of course, you had to have the (learned) sensitivity to ‘feel’ that…

      • Richard on January 16, 2021 at 7:55 am

        One has advocated that each individual has the capacity within to exceed their birthright. An area to consider going forward as one explores their own capacity((-ies), if numerated) is to appreciate their beginning limitations and build onto them even expand. Oliver Wendell Holmes has a useful expression when “mind” is exercised, “Man’s mind stretched to a new idea, never goes back to its original dimension.” Putting that expression into motion or to work through ideoplasty might be a means of achieving something beyond this imposed limit or norm one finds themself in.

        Evaluating that expression, quantifying and validating it, seems to beckon the explorer forward to investigate the possibility by ‘stretching’ the mind or engaging in ideoplasty. Idea-forming into being. It’s often been said that spirit and soul, ones very essence, is part of something greater and given before.

        Quantifying and validating that which is, is a work in progress by way of sensory apparatuses that do not seem to have necessary limits for what can be achieved – possibly again. The notion of Extra-sensory Perception (ESP)/Sixth Sense (additional latent sense manifesting would do also). This business of relating to [time] seems to be an exercise of the mind perceived in motion in only one direction. A little known ‘quantum effect’ might expand on it from a central point of reference that involves 360 degrees as used in spherical references. That spherical reference expands on the 360-degree angle called a circle from a two-dimensional plane into a three-dimensional spheroidal realization. With that sphere you’re no longer limited to a flat plane reference of an instantaneous circle filled in but of an instantaneous sphere that incorporates the references of the circle and all of its accoutrements. By extension, the mind stretched or expanded with its enhanced perceptions brought along. Sort of a learning curve or even practice. Ideoplasty.

        One regularly suggests behaving for the better so as not to get into too much trouble. Life seems to be one great learning experience with a lot of attachments along its path.

  4. PiPoe on January 15, 2021 at 5:52 am

    One of the things all beings have in common is that we are all equipped with transceivers.

  5. zendogbreath on January 15, 2021 at 12:36 am

    This splains all the Dr Mengele er I mean Dr Green experiments with twins, right?

    Brings to mind Royal Rife too.

    Also brings to mind what I wish was unrelated topics. It might be more related in its effect on our field though and hence worth recognizing.

    Man I hope I finish Gulag Archipelago before our boxcars arrive.

    • Richard on January 16, 2021 at 4:45 pm

      Rife and his discovery that electromagnetic frequency (a very large spectrum of frequencies that include nearly everything wireless also that sliver of light (rainbow)) could be used to observe the movement of organisms was and is still significant, especially, that his technique didn’t harm that which was observed, at least, according to one of his accounts using his microscope. No surprise that it is still kept quiet.

      Manipulating frequencies has a huge potential where and how they are applied. Some good, some bad. Sound generation of acoustical frequencies has an indirect effect on nerve tissue by way of the auditory sensory route (hearing). The visual sensory apparatus is no slouch when absorbing frequencies at the speed of light (and possibly beyond). The chemical routes (taste, smell, hormonal) are quick in close proximity as well as measurable. Mechanical and electromagnetic frequencies also affect crystals like quartz that can be used in a two-way routing. There’s a great deal in motion out and about the corporeal frame. Even today’s devices, PC’s, and laptops manage to generate frequencies visually and auditorily through their use.

  6. goshawks on January 14, 2021 at 10:27 pm

    (Ah, yes. Starts furiously thinking about far-out subjects and personal experiences. Reins oneself in. Takes deep breath…)

    Along the edges of what Joseph has mentioned, I once had a curious ‘experience’. As a data set of one – and probably un-reproducible – this is real but not scientific. Take it for what it is worth.

    Half a lifetime ago, I went to a ‘healing’ course. This was not medical healing, but so-called psychic/energetic healing. We did different exercises. I should mention that I had 20/200 vision, and so was wearing contact lenses. (The course did not specifically target eyesight.)

    The next morning, I woke up with 20/20 vision. Perfect vision. Even better, I found that I was ‘sensitive’ to electromagnetic fields. I could now ‘see’ the fields around those long, tube-like fluorescent lights at work. They had fuzzy glows extending out a foot or two before fading out. In addition, I could suddenly feel the ‘outflow’ from the front of microwave ovens. Also, walking under a high-voltage powerline was ‘interesting’. (For the record, I was not on any form of alcohol, drugs, medicine, mental-anxiety, or sleep deprivation. Life was good.)

    So, I put my contacts away and just kept my eyeglasses in my pocket. It was weird being able to read without glasses. At work, the intensity of the fluorescent tubes was slightly irritating, like a subtle ‘itch’. Driving down the road at night was interesting, as the fluorescent tubes lighting-up street signs or billboards had that peculiar glow around them.

    This state-of-affairs lasted about two weeks. Then, the ‘effect’ started to wear off. My vision slowly became blurry, and eventually ‘reverted’ to its former 20/200. Back to contact lenses and eyeglasses. Sad…

    However, much of the ‘sensitivity’ to electromagnetic fields has remained. I do not ‘see’ them anymore, but I still feel what is coming-out the front of a microwave oven, for example.

    All of the above tends to reflect-back into the article’s ‘links’ between photoreceptors in humans, called cryptochromes, and magnetic fields. How my experience was ‘triggered’ starting in an ordinary (small) hotel meeting room is another matter. There, I suspect we are getting into Sheldrake (sharing the morphogenetic field of the speaker) and perhaps an inkling into our ‘advanced abilities’…

    • HD on January 14, 2021 at 10:33 pm

      Maybe the “placebo effect” has a field or quantum mechanism in addition to a conscious/subconscious element?

      • goshawks on January 15, 2021 at 12:18 am

        Perhaps both. I faintly remember reading a medical peer-reviewed article about a man with a (real) degenerative disease which would eventually kill him. The doctor – having no cure for this – prescribed a medicine which was essentially a placebo. It would have no effect on that disease.

        The man trusted the doctor, and the ‘halo effect’ took place. The disease went into remission.

        Eventually, the man learned about the uselessness of the medicine for his disease. The disease came back. So, the doctor – still with no alternatives – recommended a newly-found medicine for the disease. Essentially a placebo. The man took it, and the disease again went into remission.

        Finally, the man read about trials which proved his new medicine had no effect on his disease. His disease came back, and he died from it.

        The above may demonstrate how both conscious/subconscious ‘attitudes’ may contribute to health AND there may be quantum mechanisms which humans are generally unaware-of (aka ‘advanced abilities’).

        • zendogbreath on January 15, 2021 at 2:28 am

          does this splain that the davos crowd is trying to kill us with repeatedly and progressively worse and demoralizing narratives that gaslight, doublebind and stockholm us?

          • OrigensChild on January 15, 2021 at 6:52 pm

            ZDB: Well played and very possible that they are trying.

          • Kaibosch on January 22, 2021 at 9:11 am

            Absolutely. Get them in front of the screen and pound them with scary images, just like the nine-one-one horror show. That was the first shock and awe psychological building block in the modern era at least.

        • Richard on January 16, 2021 at 8:26 am

          Stress is a deterrent toward good health and wellness. There may have been a condition that that individual endured creating a condition of ill health. The doctor’s prescription (placebo), knowing there wasn’t much to be done and in an effort to ‘first, do no harm,’ might have been trying to relieve or reduce the affects of a stressor in the individual’s life which might aid a mindset shift into believing something was being done. Those seem to be delicate situations where the practitioner believes they’re dammed if they do/dammed if they don’t and possibly to emotionally close to the patient. Especially, with that second treatment and the patient learning of what they probably thought of as a deception. The oath to ‘first, do no harm’ broken.

    • Roger on January 15, 2021 at 1:19 am

      When I was a teen my cousin and his friend thought it would be funny to go hiking in the woods with only one flashlight then run off and turn it off to scare me. I decided to teach them a lesson and not reply when they turned it back on and called to find me. I decided to sleep the night under a big tree and then go back in the morning when I could see. Big mistake because there was no moon and it began to rain. Couldn’t see my hand in front of my face. After a couple hours what sounded like a bear slowly approached me and stopped about fifteen feet away and stood still for about half an hour. I carried a boot knife with me back then because of gang problems and had it out waiting to be attacked. But the bear finally went away. I decided not to stay there in case the bear got the nerve to come back and have me as a meal. Only bears we got in that area were black bears and they sometimes try to eat people. When walking out I noticed I could faintly see a faint energy emitted by the leaves of all the brush around me that wasn’t noticable at first but became more noticable the more I relied upon it to slowly find my way out and avoid branches and thicker brush. It was very faint and I likely would not have noticed it if I had not been in that situation for as long as I was. Maybe how animals see in the dark perhaps but better. There was no other light that deep in the those thick woods. So I guess plants do give off faint light after it rains.

    • Don B on January 15, 2021 at 4:33 pm

      Goshawks, I think you and I have ben wondering down the same life path. lol

    • Roger on January 17, 2021 at 11:53 pm

      Perhaps you changed conscious resonance to a healthier you with better vision but then fell back to your home frequency again. Your consciousness shifted to an alternative version of you before falling back down to the original version. Now if only you can learn to master conscious dimensional shifts and make them permanant. There are tales of people temporarily shifting to other worlds and timelines while traveling but eventually they got drawn back to their home frequency. Some tales are of travelers mysteriously appearing in our world then mysteriously disappear along with all other items from their realm. Some are of people from our world temporarily experiencing an alternative world before returning back home. But there are also tales of those who don’t come back and of some who crash here and then have their saucers and themselves studied in area 51, LOL.

  7. HD on January 14, 2021 at 10:16 pm

    Yeah well. I thought it was well accepted/ established that magnetic fields have an effect on cellular processes. The Stefan-Boltzmann law assumes all matter excepting blackbodies are in a perpetual process of absorbing and emitting radiation. That includes living things.

    I wonder: all those kids/ babies that get horrific cancers being statistically linked to exposure to magnetic fields by the inverse-square law. As in their bedroom/cot is on the other side of the wall from an electrical substation or high voltage lines. Given the nasty childhood cancer. If any curious statistical or medical researcher ever examined identical twins from the same house or living with another parent/ relative. To see if any similar disease incidence or oncogenic change also took place despite the other twin being other side of the house from or nowhere near the one that it is assumed developed cancer from a high magnetic field.

    Alternately, any statistical studies done on twins where one for whatever reason has a load of x-rays/ CAT scans and the other develops radiation exposure effects. Perhaps there’s a hidden meaning in that saying about “can’t choose your family”.

  8. marcos toledo on January 14, 2021 at 7:45 pm

    I remember reading a science fiction story in a paperback series published by Bantam Books. The series was titled Orbit it was in either book number 4 or 5 the story took place in Australia in it pilots testing a spacecraft were cut off from Earth magnetic field. Were later found wandering aimlessly in the desert trying to connect to that magnetic field. It was published in the late sixties or seventies of the last century.

  9. Stan Del Carlo on January 14, 2021 at 7:14 pm

    When that big snapping cracking electric sound comes down out of the clear blue Summer sky, leaving you permanently marked with the Solar Sigil on the center of the brow as it appears reflected in the mirror, we can talk about it on the Third Grader Playground.

    • zendogbreath on January 15, 2021 at 2:23 am

      wear a mask eh?

      • Stan Del Carlo on January 30, 2021 at 2:30 pm

        No. Fourth Graders, definitely no, human, but not exactly human any more.

  10. Pierre on January 14, 2021 at 5:39 pm

    Can’t comment much, gotta go now and get even more tin foil after reading this one.

  11. Laura on January 14, 2021 at 3:16 pm

    the ping could be in the waking consciousness or the subconscious. if the ping occurs at a non-voluntary subconscious level what drives the connection into the conscious level?

  12. Robert Barricklow on January 14, 2021 at 1:21 pm

    Didn’t know where to post this.
    I’ve written here extensively about “fairy tales” being extremely deep tales that actually question ruling systems. Today in viewing a Jon Rappoport video I came across a Doctor, who in explaining the fallacies of a covid1984 isolation; discussed the fairy tale “Sleeping Beauty”
    @ approximately 46:53 clicks in.


    • Robert Barricklow on January 14, 2021 at 1:36 pm

      Although very briefly discussed; he does give “fairy tales” their due. In fact, fairy tales are like the Cosmic War; in the sense that they happened long ago and were written/oral[a communication medium of the times] about – in a form that would survive the test of time; to be interpreted/deciphered later.
      [of course, much more to it than that; but, conceptually a short broad brushstroke version]

    • zendogbreath on January 15, 2021 at 1:45 am

      yep. That’s Tom Cowan. He has an open mind that puts him in the scorned crowd per Rockefeller owned experts and media. Genius guy onto a number of genius ideas.

  13. Roger on January 14, 2021 at 12:51 pm

    Scales of being can easily explain this. If infinite scales of being all overlap each other, then our whole universe is a sub-atomic potential in the mind of a being in a universe that exists on a much larger scale. If there are infinite other subatomic universes in that enormously gigantic higher scale being’s brain in a gigantic universe (that is so big we can’t perceive its existence) then all their infinite number of consciousnesses may share the same energy field and are connected to the same information at some level within that field. And if there are universes inside the subatomic particles of our brains full of consciousnesses they would be connected to our consciousness at some level and might also share some information through our shared field. These consciousnesses inside ours also share the same field as the ones we are in and may touch upon and share with them as well. If this is so then all our separate consciousnesses on this scale of being and on this Earth are also part of this same conscious field and may share info subconsciously. We all probably have filters but these filters are probably different among different people and so some may be more tuned in to this sharing potential than others. Some may even be able to learn ways to bypass some of this conscious filtering and thus tap into the consciousness of other inter dimensional beings and even some others on this planet even. Now if you realize at higher dimensions of consciousness the lower physical 3D dimensions start to become fuzzy; and in reality your present consciousness is not just in one scale of being and location but many. Each decision and movement you make moves your conscious location and scale of being to another potential co-ordinate with in this infinite field of conscious scales and conscious positions that are all interconnected at some level. This is how you sometimes find yourself in a slightly different reality with seeming slightly different rules and things than what used to be possible and was previously experienced. Thus although consciousness intersects the 3D dimensions it is actually the manifestation of another dimension entirely. Is it the 4th dimension? The 5th or something else?

    • Roger on January 14, 2021 at 2:00 pm

      This hypothesis is still a work in progress but here is part of it. I’ve furthered it a lot more than this but this portion may have relevance to this post. Replace Cosmic waves with waves of consciousness and consciousness is the creator of the material 3D reality which consciousness then perceives from infinite different relative views of perception. These different positions of view relative to every manifestation of the physical 3D world may be instrumental in creating that 3D potential.
      A new model for atomic theory. Three new physical dimensions: One, scale of being. Two, speed. Three, direction.
      Scale has at least three dimensions. Scale has point of reference; greater than point of reference; and lesser than point of reference. Potentially point of reference is eventually repeatable at variable intervals in both directions of scale of being and are quantum entangled.
      Speed has at least three dimensions: vibratory, linear directional, and rotational.
      Direction has at least three dimensions: forward, backward, and circular. Nothing is ever truly stationary.
      Sub-atomic particles of atoms are formed by at least three or more intersecting cosmic waves. These points of intersection manifest all three dimensions of speed: One wave’s energy gets converted to vibration at a center axis point of the intersection. A second wave’s energy rotates the vibrating axis point created by the energy of one wave. The third wave’s energy propels the vibrating and rotating intersection in a linear direction. Thus the physical 3D properties of matter are created by at least three intersecting waves of energy.
      Perhaps things become as they are perceived; and by how others have already perceived them to be; and/or will eventually perceive them to be.

    • zendogbreath on January 15, 2021 at 12:49 am

      Not sure why I like the first half of this comment better than the second. What came to mind first is “all models are flawed – some are useful.” I like this model. I want it simpler though. That’s easier to test. And use.

      Finally got a smart phone a couple years ago. Had to for work. Used that pattern to unlock. Ran my finger over the dots in my chosen pattern. Right away noticed the my finger’s contact point light up a trace of my movement. Upon connecting the last dot, phone opened and screen lit. Sometimes I needed a few tries to get pattern right. On these I noticed the trace line light up, go out and relight when I touched the screen again. At first it was so fast, the feedback loop was so short, I thought the trace line was anticipating my touch. When I slowed down, I could see it was reacting to my touch and not moving ahead of my touch. At faster speeds though it’s still hard to tell which comes first.

      So which does come first? Can we slow any of these processes down enough to see?

      • Roger on January 15, 2021 at 9:00 pm

        When a particle forms and is stable it produces regions of negative mass and negative mass is what causes it to stay in motion and in existence. Look up negative mass fields and then think about what flying saucers are known capable of. Antigravity is not necessary. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Negative_mass

    • Christine on January 15, 2021 at 2:25 pm

      Lord Vishnu’s Dream.

  14. Robert Barricklow on January 14, 2021 at 12:19 pm

    Loved your descriptive lead-up and ultimate “ping” analogy.
    This explanation of species specific communication explains the puzzling fungi ability to communicate[among others, as well].

    Loved your #3!

    … and 4?) evolution by quantum mechanics
    i.e., other means

    Not only have they done; as you bet they have.
    But what do you want to bet “they”
    are searching ways and/or means
    to kill consciousness and/or weaponize it.

    Japan and Russia are coming together
    in more ways than one,
    on the same page.

    • zendogbreath on January 15, 2021 at 12:39 am

      Perhaps we all need to come together a little quicker. Starting to look like Xe v the world. Guess who looks to be winning?
      Do you know the Scientific History of Lockdowns? A Must Watch – CRUCIAL.

  15. The Elephant Underground on January 14, 2021 at 8:00 am

    Isn’t this precisely the mechanism that could be at work here with this supposed “viral” pathogen that oops, by shear magic, becomes more virulent and “contagious” where upticks in 5G irradiation happens to have occurred? So Doc, as to your question, “that someone has not already tried such or similar an experiment, I’d make that to the present tense of “trying” right before our very eyes with us as the guinea pigs. To me this discovery presents as even further confirmation of the newer Biome medical model whereby the terrain/field is everything and supposedly too, those were Pasteur’s dyings words. Apparently this electromagnetic signature, hence potential poisoning model is all still taught in Eastern European medical schools.

  16. anakephalaiosis on January 14, 2021 at 6:36 am

    Metamorphosis in morphogenetic field, by manipulation of symbols, in global Petri dishes:

    In the Old English nursery rhyme, the running staffers are now the crew, that races around the round witship.

    The whirling race, of the running staffers, is a merry-go-round in the kindergarten.

    3/4 of the running staffers are easily accessible, for the average intellect, whereas 1/4, from kingship to kingdom come, is a puzzle.

    He, who draws sword from stone, is rightful king!


    In toasting chant of psalm,
    I drunk heavenly hymn,
    and by blood kin
    as cyning,
    I wisely ruled my realm.


    • Roger on January 14, 2021 at 1:18 pm

      I should probably get myself to England and draw a sword named Excalibur from it’s native ironstone and proclaim myself King then, LOL. I have the knowledge to do all that don’t you know, but I don’t want to be your King. I like your posts, many get me thinking in new ways.

      • Roger on January 14, 2021 at 3:17 pm

        I’m sure there is a lovely lake that will supply me with the ironstone from which to draw the sword.

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