posted on Sep, 30 2009 @ 11:26 AM
David Bohm was a pioneer in the development of the study of plasma. He was a very respected physicist, whose theories should probably be given a
great deal more attention by current scientists.
In the 1930s he attended Pennsylvania State College where he became deeply interested in quantum physics, the physics of the subatomic realm.
After graduating, he attended the University of California, Berkeley. While there he worked at the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory where, after
receiving his doctorate in 1943, he began what was to become his landmark work on plasmas (a plasma is a gas containing a high density of electrons
and positive ions). Bohm was surprised to find that once electrons were in a plasma, they stopped behaving like individuals and started behaving as if
they were part of a larger and interconnected whole. He later remarked that he frequently had the impression that the sea of electrons was in some
In 1951 Bohm wrote a classic textbook entitled Quantum Theory, in which he presented a clear account of the orthodox, Copenhagen interpretation of
quantum physics. The Copenhagen interpretation was formulated mainly by Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg in the 1920s and is still highly influential
Bohm sent copies of his textbook to Bohr and Einstein. Bohr did not respond, but Einstein phoned him to say that he wanted to discuss it with him. In
the first of what was to turn into a six-month series of spirited conversations, Einstein enthusiastically told Bohm that he had never seen quantum
theory presented so clearly, and admitted that he was just as dissatisfied with the orthodox approach as Bohm was. They both admired quantum theory's
ability to predict phenomena, but could not accept that it was complete and that it was impossible to arrive at any clearer understanding of what was
going on in the quantum realm.
There is considerably more that I will post later, that I can quote from this article, but I don't want to quote too much in one post.
What this clearly establishes is that plasma study has been around for a very long time, and it has been recognized by even Einstein.
Here is one other snippet I would like to add.
In 1982 a remarkable experiment to test quantum interconnectedness was performed by a research team led by physicist Alain Aspect in Paris. The
original idea was contained in a thought experiment (also known as the "EPR paradox") proposed in 1935 by Albert Einstein, Boris Podolsky, and
Nathan Rosen, but much of the later theoretical groundwork was laid by David Bohm and one of his enthusiastic supporters, John Bell of CERN, the
physics research center near Geneva. The results of the experiment clearly showed that subatomic particles that are far apart are able to communicate
in ways that cannot be explained by the transfer of physical signals traveling at or slower than the speed of light. Many physicists, including Bohm,
regard these "nonlocal" connections as absolutely instantaneous. An alternative view is that they involve subtler, nonphysical energies traveling
faster than light, but this view has few adherents since most physicists still believe that nothing-can exceed the speed of light.
Hmm, does speed of thought come to mind to anyone? I think this can be considered as scientific evidence of the existence of psychic abilities.
Being that we have subatomic particles in us, what are the chances that our subatomic particles and communicate with other subatomic particles in the
We have scientific evidence of the existence of apparition like plasma beings, which suggests scientific evidence to support ghosts, and possibly even
proof of the human soul, or a soul for all living creatures, and yet it remains largely ignore by mainstream media, hidden from the mainstream
It seems to me that this is the mother of all conspiracies, yet hardly anyone is paying attention. I even looked for another thread before starting
this one, which someone else pointed out after I started this one, which I did not find earlier.
I guess the subject matter is a little too spooky for most people.
Oops, edit to correct script mistake.
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