posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 03:51 PM
a reply to: Bedlam
I would think the easiest test for TK would be to get someone to get the vanes of a Crookes radiometer turning in a darkened room. They cant be
affected by wind, vibration or em fields, magnets etc. They are sensitive enough to react to the impact of photons, so they should be sensitive to
anyone with any TK abilities.
RNG's are a tricky subject i agree, it all depends on which method they use to generate the number, a good one would for example be sampling thermal
noise in a circuit, which is pretty close to Brownian motion, and yes they would seldom generate 50-50 if they were truly random. I tried years ago to
analyse the National Lottery, made all kinds of charts & formulas, but the simple fact was that there were some numbers that recurred more than
others, sometimes twice more. So i got 100 tickets & filled them in (BTW most of these were odd numbers!) and waited to become a millionaire.
Murphy played a cruel joke on me that week, they were almost all even numbers, i won 20 bucks
so i don't do lotteries anymore, lesson learned.
On the subject of dimensions, there's quite a few of them it seems. The methods used to test the theories have kept me busy for years, i am certain
that charge and spin are the key to some of this & hopefully there will be experiments in that direction soon.
The one thing that convinced me that the mind is capable of seemingly impossible things was my NDE years ago, it showed me that conciousness is not
bound by 3 or even 4 dimensions. Since what i experienced means being in a certain place at a certain time 15-20 years from now, it can't be verified
until it happens.
ETA i'm sure i made 2 posts here yesterday, must be the Mandela effect again
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