our DNA reacts to our bodies emotions even when miles away

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posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 04:34 PM
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interesting




posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 06:37 PM
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Originally posted by Foxy1
Since the story was allready covered on Ats about the astronaut losing his memory upon re-entry I will post that link to give our fellow members the traffic they deserve


www.abovetopsecret.com...

Since this thread was allready covered If you wish to discuss this topic pls do so on that particular thread.
This thread is dealing with the issues of body communication with dna and the postulations of the energy used to transfer that communication.
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From the thread you offered:


These days all astronauts wear personal electromagnetic pulse machines on their body to mimic the natural magnetic field found on earth to ensure they dont go insane and forget who they are.

This is what happens when we are removed from the natural magnetic field in which we all live.

There are many theories claiming there will be a pole shift/reversal and something may cause the earths magnetic field to be disrupted for a period of time. It is possible that during this time, all the people on earth would literally lose their minds and forget all their memories. How convenient for TPTB!


Is this the source of the claim you made in this thread?



posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 06:46 PM
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No, I stumbled on this info decades ago I believe it was on the discovery channel, but its hard to say since it was so long ago. If I find any video on the subject I will post it on the thread dedicated to that subject, but put a link for it in this thread.



posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 07:17 PM
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Hey rafe its proving difficult to substantiate the claim that cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin lost his memory upon re-entry. I sent a message to the creator of the thread (rajaten) asking if he can site the source he used 2 years ago when he created the thread. So hopefully we will get more answers soon

as far as I can tell this was his source material.
www.pemft.net...
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posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 08:41 PM
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Foxy i must say i commend you on not staying silent and running after being called out on the claim.Instead you came back and it seems you are doing your best to validate it.To be honest i sort of expected a hit and run strategy as that is what usually happens so this is refreshing.


apart from the link you gave me there does not seem to be any viable source that confirms it though.Apart from websites that are trying to sell a device for considerable amounts of money that is ,like this one electromeds.com...

Thing is as of late i have been quit curious about the radiation in the allen belt and the sorts and this sort of touches upon it so i am very interested if there is any validity to this.

If you find any more info on this you can of course U2U me since i do feel we are de-railing the thread a bit here.



posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 09:17 PM
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Would the field be an "aura" as they call it.?



posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 09:32 PM
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Originally posted by CaptainNemo
Would the field be an "aura" as they call it.?


Well our aura could very well be a key role if this theory turns out to be true i would not in the least be surprised by this.But i have serious doubts about the whole thing so far to be honest even though i would love for this to be real.

NOTE: i want to be clear that i was replying on-topic
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posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 09:37 PM
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as far as electromagnetic fields are concerned The site www.consumerhealth.org...
refers to it as the Schumann resonance if you scoll down to where it says electromagnetic protection devices.(2nd from the bottom)
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posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 09:39 PM
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now thats grazy. that something like this artical i was reading about quantim teleportation were the took two atoms 10 miles apart and actually aded properties to one and effect the other



posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 09:43 PM
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Originally posted by jcryder75
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now thats grazy. that something like this artical i was reading about quantim teleportation were the took two atoms 10 miles apart and actually aded properties to one and effect the other


neat! thanks for adding comment and welcome to ATS

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posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 10:01 PM
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hahahah, what a load of crap. he mentions the heartmath institute....heartmath has links to mark hempel, which automatically links it to the wingmakers cult/pseudoscience society. the entirety of what this guy's saying is completely invalidated, and discredited, by that single citation alone.



posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 10:28 PM
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weres your prove you need prove



posted on Jan, 15 2012 @ 05:45 AM
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posted on Jan, 15 2012 @ 10:52 AM
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So our hearts can transmit emotions even though our DNA is miles from the heart, maybe this is the next step to figuring out wireless energy?



posted on Jan, 15 2012 @ 11:13 AM
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My first question is this:
Does DNA really react to our emotions even when it is still within our bodies?

The guy on the Youtube never explained why, or even if, DNA in our bodies would react to emotions in the first place. If they do, what is that reaction, exactly. Plus, what is the mechanism that causes that reaction?

There is so little information given on this experiment that I have no reason to believe it or disbelieve it. It's basically some guy telling me "trust me -- something amazing happened".


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posted on Jan, 15 2012 @ 03:54 PM
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Interesting talk about US Army tests, blah, blah, blah, however........

So we're to believe some guy sitting in his office, an empty and stationary passenger-train car, who mentions the "power of prayer" and refers to some experiments a company called HeathMath, which sells a device which purports to do the following....


emWave Desktop is a scientifically validated hardware/software system that teaches techniques to help you create an optimal state in which the heart, mind and emotions are operating in-sync and balanced. This is achieved through a patented process which displays heart rhythm patterns in real time showing you when you are in this high performance state.

Source: emWave


Wow, a patented process no doubt ! By the way, the software costs $249 US.......

Who is that guy and is he connected with HeartMath in any way

edit.......: HeartMath Inc. also has an iPod, iPhone and iPad app that provides daily inspiration for your heart and mind by delivering a quote layered over breathtaking pictures....... It's free.....
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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 02:02 AM
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Thanks for responding and I appreciate your explanation from "the other side"
I really do like to try and see things from all sides, I'm just very open minded so I tend to believe incredulous things whether their true or not, because hey if I have no investment in the research such as money, time, emotion, etc... then if it turns out to be false....oh well. It was nice to believe for a while. Doctors these days can't seem to make up their minds about what's good for us. You know the whole an apple is bad for you....no an apple is good for you....oh...I'm not sure if apples or bad or good...darn!!! That whole thing.

You seem a bit more down to earth than one of your skeptical bretheren in the darth vader helmet. He is the one that set me off to where I came off a bit angry, not because of the skepticism but almost snide remarks he keeps posting. You don't have to come off as a d#$! to get the point across that oh this person is not answering me the way I'd like, or as quickly as I'd like, or providing me with links. I mean we get it there's been little if any proof given but there's a point where you are just beating a dead horse and it becomes almost bullying you know? So sorry if I came off funny at first, I was just sitting here reading and I came across post after post of more and more almost snide remarks and it ticked me off a little


Peace All



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 05:48 PM
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Originally posted by Foxy1

Originally posted by windowlicker80
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"in string theory dejavu is described as "Quantum Entanglement". but in quantum entanglement it can go a little further than deja-vu. let me give you an example... A woman saved a boy who was hit by a softball early in his life at a little league game, only to be saved by the same boy as an adult in a restaurant he was working at while she was choking".

Wot? Wot? Wot?







I could not find a video but here is a read on this story
nz.answers.yahoo.com...


Quantum entanglement, take two sub atomic particles, bond, separate and no matter the distance, when one is manipulated the other reacts instantly as if space time has no space or time.

What's that got to do with your story found on yahoo answers n.z?



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 11:07 PM
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Originally posted by windowlicker80

Originally posted by Foxy1

Originally posted by windowlicker80
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"in string theory dejavu is described as "Quantum Entanglement". but in quantum entanglement it can go a little further than deja-vu. let me give you an example... A woman saved a boy who was hit by a softball early in his life at a little league game, only to be saved by the same boy as an adult in a restaurant he was working at while she was choking".

Wot? Wot? Wot?







I could not find a video but here is a read on this story
nz.answers.yahoo.com...


Quantum entanglement, take two sub atomic particles, bond, separate and no matter the distance, when one is manipulated the other reacts instantly as if space time has no space or time.

What's that got to do with your story found on yahoo answers n.z?

I mentioned the story because I saw the story re-enacted on a tv program episode about Quantum mechanics. Making this thread reminded me of the story I saw on tv so thought I would mention it if I found another source on it.
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posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 10:51 PM
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VERITAS


The heart is rather incredible. The toroid energy that directs the electrical and chemical actions within the heart are far from being understood,but deserve far greater study. There is a powerful field around the heart...and it does extend several feet out interacting with other fields. RF, like VLF and ELF negatively impact the field, per my studies.


The wave of switching polarity is also rather fascinating and the way it drives the cardiac muscle which is quite specialized.


Vibrational Medicine is a great book...


Gregg Braden is also very insightful,l regarding this, and the physics that are applicable.


The Isaiah Scroll is a book worth reading that he wrote.

Emotions operate at th speed of light...and it has been found that DNA emits light, as well as, DNA can receive light. Water is a part of this...and aligns with emotions.

Dr Emoto can be researched regarding his studies with water and intent...quite enlightening.


Take care





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