Originally posted by BlueOrb
My question is (and always has been in this thread) - How do these anomalies react with the atmosphere, ionosphere, space, the sun, blah blah blah,
and what is the result of this interaction? What could be the effect on time?
Alas, that is also the reason why I think this thread is going to hit a brick wall any time now.
We simply cannot solve these questions here.
(Of course, nobody ever said we could or should "solve" anything - but isn't that the ultimate, if unspoken, point of any discussion? :-))
We cannot solve them because we would necessarily have to operate within the conclusions of current research - which is not necessarily always
flawless, not even in natural sciences - and what it says about such interactions.
Current "serious" mainstream researchers themselves - at least as far as we know - seem to have very little idea how these physical forces interact
amongst themselves. Or if they do, they're not telling.
(Would they call them "anomalies" if they actually knew all the rules by which nature plays?)
And let's not even mention the question of how these forces affect the totality of the human being in his/her interaction with the larger (cosmic)
body-mind grid within we operate.
If you ask any of those researchers about the effects of magnetism on the human mind, you're likely to be dismissed with a more or less flippant
reference to some of the (not entirely flawless or even necessarily replicated) studies that show that magnetic fields can trigger certain sensations
in the brain, some of which could account for certain "paranormal" phenomena.
However, those studies do not really prove
anything, other than there is certain activity in certain parts of the brain that seems to be
correlated with certain experiences or perceptions that transcend ordinary human experience of time/space.
But how does poking the brain with a wire (exaggerating for effect here) in a lab explain spontaneous experiences in the "wild", as it were?
And, after all, why does magnetism affect the brain in such peculiar ways?
The most progressive amongst those researchers acknowledge that the human mind is not identical with the brain - far from it. But such an
acknowledgement is the outer limit of the current mainstream research.
They do not know, not really, how and to what extent the brain and the mind are correlated, or what our perception of time/space really depends
on,which would be the basis required for any comprehensive study of the influence of natural forces, such as magnetism or gravity, on said
It's the very reality
of our "reality" what escapes them.
(Again, by "them" I mean mainstream research of physiological factors that affect human consciousness.)
But, needless to say, I am all for independent thinking.
So... give it a go, people.
I am looking forward to any developments. :-)
And, of course, there are many other intriguing data in this thread, like the
disposition and dimensions of certain structures built for Hitler
, which offer valid points of investigation and endlessly fascinating insights
all by themselves.
edit on 29-9-2010 by Vanitas because: It's 3 a.m. - what do you think the reason is?