a reply to: Dark Ghost
Certainly. There are multiple ways we are connected, but it doesn't appear to be the case because our eyes can only see a very small spectrum of the
energy that surrounds us, and forms us. Our other senses are not sensitive enough to detect it all either. These limitations support the illusion of
You must first understand that all atoms and molecules have a weak magnetic force, therefore everything is made of tiny magnets. Electrons, protons,
and even neutrons are tiny magnets. All matter is made of these tiny magnets. You, the air, the ground, plants and animals, are all made of tiny
magnets. As you may already know, electromagnetic force is one of two fundamental forces that have infinite range (gravity is the other). Also when
magnets are near each other, or touching each other, they combine / share their magnetic force with each other, and the magnetic force / flux lines
run through them all. Because of that, they exert force on each other. Therefor, you are connected magnetically with everything around you. There
is a magnetic link to every particle around you.
The magnetic particles in your body are connected to the magnetic particles of the air, the ground, and the Earth as a whole. The Sun's magnetic
force is directly linked with the Earth's magnetic force, and the Moon's magnetic force. Arguably, the magnetic force of all planets are connected,
because they are all large magnets in close vicinity. You are connected with the entire solar system magnetically, and quite possibly all of the
entire Universe is linked via magnetic force.
All you need to do is visualize the magnetic link between every small particle. For example the reason you can't walk through a wall is because the
electromagnetic particles of your body are repelled from the electromagnetic particles of the wall. Like forcing two like poles of strong magnets
together, they will repel each other. Essentially, you never even touch the wall, or anything really, only the electromagnetic forces touch. That is
all that ever happens between particles, they undergo electromagnetic interactions.
Gravity is almost the same as magnetism. Gravity has infinite range, and it is instant. It doesn't take time to travel from one point to another. All
atoms have mass and form a gravitational field. The gravitational field of one atom affects the atom next to it to an extent, so all atoms are
connected by gravity. The combined mass of your entire body creates a gravitational field that affects things around you, and combines with Earth's
gravitational field. Earth's gravity affects the Moon. The Suns gravity affects the Earth and Moon, and the rest of the planets. The planets as a
whole are all affected by gravitational fields that exist throughout the entire Universe. So technically everything is loosely connected by gravity
as well. Meaning everything exerts some amount of gravitational force on everything.
Here I must say, gravity and electromagnetism is not just what these particles emit. It is what these particles are. They are magnetism, they are
mass / gravity, it's all just "energy". Everything is made of this "energy". We are one giant collection of energy.
Electrons which form all elements, including the elements that make up your body, which are tiny magnets, are jumping from object to object and you
rarely see it. You may see it (and feel it) when you drag your feet / socks across a carpet, and then touch a door knob, and get an electric shock.
That is because the electrons that make up the carpet jumped to your body, and then from your body they jumped to the door knob. Those same electrons
are used to power your brain, your muscles, your senses, etc.. They can jump to a door knob, or any metal, and other materials, and usually get
absorbed into the ground (Earth is a giant electron sink). Or if you happened to touch someone else, and gave them an electric shock, the electrons
jumped to their body. The same electrons that run through the power lines, and into your home, and power your devices and computer. The same
electrons that build up in the clouds, and strike down to the ground to form lighting. All those electrons are circulated through all things. You
share your electrons with the Earth, and your surroundings.
The electrons that form your body, and allow your body to function, could have been the same electrons that Einstein used in his brain and body. The
electrons that traveled from the sky down Benjamin Franklin's wet kite string very well could be powering your computer right now, and at one point
was responsible for your thoughts, and or lighting up your house. Electrons get around quick, and pass between objects at near the speed of light.
You could say we are all connected electronically.
As you may know, light is electromagnetic radiation. Photons, which are tiny electromagnets, are responsible for all electromagnetic phenomena. What
you may not know, is you normally see the source of light, and the destination of light, but you rarely see the journey. That is because light can
only be seen when it is directly emitted from an object into your eyes, or reflected off an object into your eyes. Otherwise, we don't see it as it
travels from one place to another. That is why it appears so dark between the stars in the night sky. If we could see the journey of the light, we
would see the light crisscrossing every direction in the Universe from star to star, and the sky would be pure white. Stars emit light in all
directions, so light exists in all directions in the Universe.
The same goes for you. You emit and reflect light, and not just visible light. The light from you is travelling in all directions, hence why we can
see you from all directions. Everything you see, you see because the light from it traveled to you. So technically, you are connected to everything
you see via light, and everything that can see you is connected to you via light. Everything is connected via light in one form or another. The
stars are connected to you, and everyone on Earth that can see the stars.
If you were to be able to see the journey of visible light, you would be blinded by whiteness. But don't forget that visible light isn't the only
form of light. The entire electromagnetic spectrum is light. Radiowaves, microwaves, infrared, UV, x-rays, gamma rays, all of it is light. Our
eyes are limited to only seeing the visible spectrum, otherwise we would be blinded even more! Radiowaves, UV, infrared, are very common and can be
found everywhere, if we could see it we wouldn't be able to see anything, it would be even more white.
All objects emit electromagnetic radiation (light), including your body. This electromagnetic radiation (light) passes from object to object. It is
emitted, absorbed, remitted, etc.. constantly. Everything is connected via light.
To be continued...
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