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From the book I was sadly disappointed.The title makes you curious and interested in the topic to me.But the book has been written by someone who probably does not understand the physical tests described.Example: "For their experiment, they irradiated a DNA sample with laser light and got on a screen a typical wave pattern, however, they removed the sample disappeared, so no [..]". this pattern.
The experimental setup and procedure was not explained.Two sentences later, then comes the explanation: "The scientific explanation is that the DNA itself has apparently created a model of dysfunction in a vacuum, through which a magnetized wormhole is created."
So was the vibration of the vacuum measured ?!???Bull# ...Much more of this experiment is not in the book.But it is constantly touted as a fundamental proof.Constantly talking is not one of scientific evidence to cite in detail.They are usually mentioned in sentences 5-10 and it will be adventurous, unverifiable conclusions drawn.
Logical conclusions, the author unfortunately does not attract too, as can be seen at many places.Example dream / hypnosis pictures which he interprets as real information out of hyperspace... Checked "[...] sometime in the future scientifically Maybe it will turn out to be false then they belong to the noise they might be but also as prove correct. In this case, such statements would be irrefutable evidence that there is a store that exceeds the knowledge of mankind ,[...]".
It does so only recognized as correct statements dream and says, this is the proof.Will testify as misrecognized ignored.Such a cross "logic" runs through the book ....
The book is not interested for scientists or scientific.
Originally posted by Corrupted Data
In brief, For those to lazy to read, The article also encompasses:
You should give it a quick read for the evidence etc, it is really interesting.
On a side note, (briefly as I do not have much time now) I suggest that anyone interested in this article, Look up "Indigo Children".
Originally posted by AusiAnarchist
Ok clearly ATS readers are only interested in expressing there own opinions rather then contributing to a conversation. Before making any more comments about how the concepts discussed in the book are not based on science please follow the links I provided in my earlier post. Read all the posts and become informed instead of just spouting your opinion.
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
reply to post by hp1229
What you link to has very, very little to do with the OP. The Vedas discuss things that, if applied in the most abstract of ways, can match up to this. However, the real marvel of the Vedas is their knowledge of things that we are now learning should have been beyond their ability to know.
When you talk about DNA, you are talking about how atoms bind to each other. Changes can happen to DNA, but in the manner discussed by the OP it is utterly absurd. What they are describing is less about positive thought and meditation, and more about hocus pocus and uttering magical incantations.