posted on Apr, 7 2010 @ 12:42 PM
This is probably the most interesting article I've read in a while.
In it, the researchers conducted an experiment that included taking
a tiny bit of metal -- a "paddle" about the width of a human hair,
...[cooling] that paddle in a refrigerator, [dimming] the lights and...[sucking] out all the air to eliminate vibrations.
(It should be noted that the 'paddle' was in a jar with the air sucked out, NOT the refrigerator.)
Following this, the researchers struck the paddle like a tuning fork, and they observed
that it moved and stood still at the same time.
The author uses a great analogy to describe further what sort of information this finding infers about our universe.
The multi-verse theory says the entire universe "freezes" during observation, and we see only one reality. You see a soccer ball flying through
the air, but maybe in a second universe the ball has dropped already. Or you were looking the other way. Or they don't even play soccer over
Essentially, if this finding holds true with further research, it would mean that we have complete control over our lives; truly 'creating our
destiny' through our choices from moment to moment.
The real question is, am I the person sitting here reading this article on ATS?
Or am I the person who is out playing soccer?
Or am I the person who is taking a trip to Japan?
The article suggests that you are all of these people, as well as all of the possible people you could be so far based off of the decisions you have
made, and could have made thus far in your life, as well as the decisions your other possible versions of yourself have, and could have made in their
Mind-boggling isn't it?
Have a good day ATSers, and remember to be conscious in your decision making today!
(visit the link for the full news article)