posted on Jul, 27 2012 @ 02:34 AM
Originally posted by PeaNice
Originally posted by BoilingFrog
Originally posted by Zagari
reply to post by PulsusHilarisCaro
Timewave is set on Colombian time zone...7 hours difference from GMT.
Yes, yes Zagari screwed the pooch...again...so what? TWZ software and theorem calls for an allowance of six days on either side of the "novel date"
projected in the graph. Time isn't relevant when you have such a broaaaaaaaaaaad leewa on the dates of novelty.
I read this post and was thinking again about the aforementioned "global consciousness project" experiment being conducted at Princeton.
If novelty really does somehow reflect the waxing/waning state of "global consciousness" with relation to time, there are some things we might be
able to learn from the global consciousness project data.
9/11 is the only time the global consciousnes project detected a spike a few hours before the event took place. It just so happens the spike is
Centered on the time of the attacks. The 2008 presidential election also correlated with a spike in the data that grew and then went skyward at the
precise time Obama was giving his victory speech. This time the data correlated with particular events but not before they occurred.
This makes one wonder if novelty might be reflecting a similar type of behavior in that those really important events start to spike before they occur
while the more mundane, but still important, events spike more predictably.
With regards to folks trying to predict global events based on the timewave, I think this might be an important distinction that we can learn from.
On a side note: The global consciousness project anomalies & correlations, overall, have been gauged to have a probability against chance of about a
billion to one. The spike in the data around the 2008 presidential election is said to have a probability against chance of a thousand to one.
We will need to conceive and conduct more accurate experiments, if possible, but this could be scientific proof of quantum effects on human
consciousness and it raises the possibility that we may one day be able to prove, irrefutably, that not only does human consciousness involve quantum
effects but that our minds might be entangled somehow into what some might call 'Novelty' or 'Global Conscousness'.
This is what musicians, philosophers and spiritual/religious figures throughout history have been saying for thousands of years.
I can't help but feel we are literally on the cusp of unlocking some of the most profound mysteries of our universe. Maybe this is what zero date