1989: Quantum fluctuations of empty space: A new Rosetta Stone in physics?

by Dr Harold Puthoff Institute for Advanced Studies, 1301 Capital Of Texas Highway S., Suite B 121 Austin, Texas 78746 (512) 328-5751 In a recent article in the popular press (The Economist, January 7, 1989, pp. 71-74) it was noted how many of this century’s new technologies depend on the Alice-in-Wonderland physics of quantum mechanics, with all of its seeming absurdities. For starters, one begins with the observation that classical physics tells us that atoms, which can be likened to a miniature solar system with electron planets orbiting a nuclear sun, should not exist. The circling electrons should radiate away their energy like microscopic radio antennas and spiral into the nucleus. But atoms do exist, and multitudinous other phenomena which don’t obey the rules do occur. To resolve this cognitive dissonance physicists introduced quantum mechanics, which is essentially a set of mathematical rules to describe what in fact does […] Read More

2000: Quantum Field Broadcasting

CONSTRUCTION PLANS The basic idea of Quantum field broadcasting is to induce patterns into the medium. This design has a copper plate on the top roughly nine and a half feet in the air and another on the bottom two feet underground. There is enough difference in potential from top to bottom that a slight current flow occurs. This is sufficient to create an induction effect. The broadcast induction coils are two feet long and are lathe-wrapped on 2-inch Sch 40 PVC cores with 20 gauge wire at approximately a quarter inch between turns. The one in the top broadcasts into the atmosphere while the one in the base does the soil. We should broadcast only the patterns appropriate for each domain, soil patterns to soil, air patterns to air. So each broadcast coil has its own reagent well (pronounced re-agent). This well has a coil around it to […] Read More

2000: The Moment of Quantum Awakening

Taken from the writings of Ken Carey “At the moment of quantum awakening, change will occur rapidly, rippling across the terrestrial surface like a wave. Everything in the earth’s gravitational field will be affected in some way. There will be a time of massive change, of change on a scale that has no historical precedent, though it does have antecedents in the prehistoric events of this and of distant worlds. The changes that your generation will experience before it passes the torch to another are more fundamental than those that accompanied the agriculture revolution-and those changes took thousands of years. They are more far-reaching than the changes of industrialization, which took nearly three centuries to transpire. Yet, deep and fundamental, massive though these present changes are, they will occur within the span of just a single life. Properly understood, these changes and their coming have the ability to inspire […] Read More

2000: The Quantum Physics of Remote Viewing

By Gerald O’Donnell. Reprinted with permission. Eighteenth and nineteenth-century physical science had completed and embellished the “golden age of a mechanistic and deterministic models of the universe” where the universe and its constituents are ruled by rigid interactive forces that can be measured, phenomena that can be predicted using mathematical tools, and where the universe or any system operating within it is made of the sum of its parts. The light was thought to be an electromagnetic wave vibrating in an undetected, and later experimentally disproved media: “the ether”, at certain rates of vibration that would define its color. It was part of the electromagnetic wave spectrum that allowed one to perceive an electromagnetic wave as heat, light, radio waves or other electromagnetic radiations depending on the frequency of its vibrations. This spectrum had been well-defined by the equations of the English physicist James Clerk Maxwell in 1864. Man’s […] Read More

2010: Boson-Fermion Condensates

by Barry Carter Strange “powers” or abilities are mentioned in almost every spiritual tradition. For example, these abilities are called siddhis in the Hindu tradition and fruits of the spirit in the Christian tradition� These abilities include clairvoyance, telepathy, levitation, prophecy, apparitions, and teleportation. Most of these abilities appear to correspond with certain quantum particle behaviors mentioned in the literature of quantum physics. These correlations might be: Clairvoyance Quantum Coherence Telepathy Quantum Coherence Levitation Superconductive Meissner Effect Prophecy Tachyon Theory Teleportation Josephson Tunneling Apparitions Superfluid Behavior The problem, with applying these quantum physical explanations to macrophysical phenomena, has traditionally been that the quantum behaviors are mainly seen at the scale of the atom or smaller. Physicists say that little stuff does this but big stuff does not. Interestingly, all of these strange abilities have been mentioned by ORMUS researchers in conjunction with the ORMUS elements. The quantum behaviors that […] Read More

2012: Is Quantum Mechanics Controlling Your Thoughts?

Science’s weirdest realm may be responsible for photosynthesis, our sense of smell, and even consciousness itself. By Mark Anderson| A sea slug neuron may tap quantum forces to process information. In humans quantum physics may be integral to thought.Dylan Burnette/Olympus Bioscapes Imaging Competition Graham Fleming sits down at an L-shaped lab bench, occupying a footprint about the size of two parking spaces. Alongside him, a couple of off-the-shelf lasers spit out pulses of light just millionths of a billionth of a second long. After snaking through a jagged path of mirrors and lenses, these minus­cule flashes disappear into a smoky black box containing proteins from green sulfur bacteria, which ordinarily obtain their energy and nourishment from the sun. Inside the black box, optics manufactured to billionths-of-a-meter precision detect something extraordinary: Within the bacterial proteins, dancing electrons make seemingly impossible leaps and appear to inhabit multiple places at once. Peering deep into […] Read More

2013: Dimensions: How many are there and where do they stop?

Dimensions, we know for sure that there is 3 and most can stumble through understanding the basics of a 4th. There is much talk about who can work out the most dimensions, according to the Twitter guy below, he can do 110. Have we not learned that the results will be what we want or don’t want, in other words. Just by observing we change the outcome. Hmmmmm. Lets take a look at some of the information out there. So buckle up and let the Merry-Go-Round begin. Esoteric Other Worlds: Dimension (mathematics and physics) http://esotericotherworlds.blogspot.com3/4/13 As already seen the fourth dimension entry to this blog, and the concept of dimensions can play an important part in the theoretical aspects of parapsychology. What follows is just a general article on the subject with no … Discovery of the Fifth Dimension – Huffington Post UK (blog) http://news.google.com Discovery of the Fifth DimensionHuffington Post UK (blog)Many […] Read More

2013: Everything for Nothing

by Harold Puthoff Classical physics tells us that if we think of an atom as a miniature solar system with electronic planets orbiting a nuclear sun, then it should not exist. The circling electrons SHOULD RADIATE AWAY their energy like microscopic radio antennas and spiral into the nucleus. To resolve this problem, physicists had to introduce a set of mathematical rules, called quantum mechanics, to describe what happens. Quantum theory endows matter and energy with both wave and particle-like characteristics. It also restrains electrons to particular orbits or energy levels, so they cannot radiate energy unless they jump from one orbit to another. Measuring the spectral lines of atoms verifies that quantum theory is correct. Atoms appear to emit or absorb packets of light, or photons, with a wavelength that exactly coincides with the difference between its energy levels as predicted by quantum theory. As a result, the majority […] Read More

2015: Nothing Is Solid And Everything Is Energy

by Arjun Walia It has been written about before, over and over again, but cannot be emphasized enough. The world of quantum physics is an eerie one, one that sheds light on the truth about our world in ways that challenge the existing framework of accepted knowledge. What we perceive as our physical material world, is really not physical or material at all, in fact, it is far from it. This has been proven time and time again by multiple Nobel Peace Prize (among many other scientists around the world) physicists, on of them being Niels Bohr, a Danish Physicist who made significant contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum theory. “If quantum mechanics hasn’t profoundly shocked you, you haven’t understood it yet. Everything we call real is made of things that cannot be regarded as real.” – Niels Bohr At the turn of the ninetieth century, physicists started […] Read More