reply to post by ziggyproductions05
S&F. Thanks for sharing.
The world is far stranger than we can imagine. Who would have thought that DNA can "resonate" into another test tube? The author of the article
did state that it was his word, "teleport" and not that of the scientist. Either way, the effect is extraordinary. This is one of those essential,
pivotal puzzle pieces that can change the world in profound ways. It's a great starting point for bigger things to come, just like punch-card
computing machines have lead to the CGI that can visualy replicate reality as in the movie "Avatar."
What if this effect could be used to recreate, say, an apple suspended in one container. A 7Hz field is turned on, and then voila, eventually there
is another apple in the adjacent container. Can 7Hz fields occur naturally in wild environments? I'm not an electrician, so please forgive me if
that was a ridiculous question. But, if you take this effect into account with some of the other "weird" discoveries lately (such as thunderstorms
creating antimatter in our atmosphere, electromagnetic portals connecting the Earth and Sun, etc.), how might all of these subtly interface? There is
a complex SOUP of interaction happening all around us, of which we only see a fragment of evidence (lightning, thunder, sprites, dwarfs, blue jets,
tornadic activity, etc.).
Neutrinos are bombarding our planet, passing through us, everything. Antimatter reigns in our upper atmosphere above thunderstorms. Scientists are
discovering that our own planet's electromagnetic field is somehow "recharged" by thunderstorms (this before discovering antimatter in storms).
Solar radiation creates fantastic auroras. Sonarluminescence proves that sound waves can cause a star-like effect UNDERWATER, a radiant "star" of
intense heat and light, all created by intersecting sound waves. Perhaps this is why whales sing.
The point is that SO MUCH is happening right around us that we are unaware of. And, this scientist has potentially found an important puzzle piece
that might illuminate some of the anomalies going on around us. Mixing in DNA Resonance with the theory that thoughts can change reality might
explain how Nature can manifest strange creatures into existence, or our very own existence for that matter. There may be no *missing* link because
humans might have just *appeared* into existence.
Sure, all of this is highly speculative, but if this scientist had been so rooted into conventional wisdom, he might never have made this discovery.
Thinking off the beaten path is the pathway to new wonder.