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  #11  
Old 12-24-2004, 08:17 PM
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PD wrote:

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Maybe you can assist in something has been bugging me
for days. In Airy experiment where light hit a wall.
All electrons do not strike the same phosphor molecule
but hit different spots on the screen. If all
electrons are really alike, why do they behave
differently. Orthodox physics explains that fact
that unmeasured electrons are identical in being
but different in behavior by appealing to quantum
randomness. Physics stops at this point.

Now. I'm wondering if it is possible to act directly
on the wave function that can bestow order to it.
Better yet, whether one can program the wave function
itself. As in programable wave function. This means
the wave function may not be just a dry nothingland
or static but is intelligent that can accept input.
Furthermore. I think electron behavior and atomic
expression can be affected thru wave function
programming. In the following is experiment where
what we described in the east as qi or conscious
energy can affect the crystal patterns of water.

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My theory is that the qi can directly affect the
wave function of the water as if qi is one entry
point that can program the wave function. Of course
this is not accepted by physics. I'm asking what
if it can. Ok. Rather than debating what is qi and
you commenting how delusional people can be. Can you
suggest an experiment where one can perform at home
where one can attempt to alter the wave function
of a system and seeing if there is a change in the
output. You can't tell me to attempt controlling the
light wave function to make the light strike at the
center and reduce the airy disc size. I'm talking
more in terms of affecting the electron probability
clouds of atoms and their collective expression such
as crystal patterns in water. This theory suggests
the wave function has certain limit to how you can
manipulate it as if there is just a window of
parameters where you can affect it like the crystal
patterns of water.

You may comment I'm delusional. I'm just asking "what
if". And I will rely on experiments to disprove what
I'm talking about. Thru experiment I also want to
find out if input to the wave function is not only
possible but need certain energetic configurations
(like qi or others). So pls suggest experiments rather
than telling me flat that it is not possible because
conventional quantum physics says so. I want to know
from direct knowledge it is not possible after
trying many energetic input parameters to affect
or program the wave function at will.

Sincerely,

James

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Old 12-24-2004, 10:08 PM
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"Consc" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
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It's your hypothesis. It's up to you to devise your own experiments,
unless you plan to share the credit.

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Old 12-25-2004, 02:51 AM
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Mike Henry wrote:

experiments,

I just want to discuss it using sheer scientific and
theoretical analysis . It's like relativity where we
can't easily prove it. We just talk about it. It
may be difficult to buy photographic setup that
can records water crystals in real time. This may
cost thousands of dollars. So I'm kinda asking if
someone has figured out an easier experiment to
prove or disprove the programmable wave function
hypothesis. This is the only one thing that can
explain my qi experiences which I found out qi
being a non-local force. If electrons impart
electrogmagnetic field that connects the world.
What is the energetic correlates of the wave function.
It may be qi. For people, qi means different
thing. When you project energy, some em component may
come out according to James Oschman which he said
some researchers are able to measure. But coinciding
with it is the pure qi which is non-local and can
affect substances miles away. Anyway. I'm just
inquiring if past experiments have been done already
that prove or disprove the programmable wave function
hypothesis (which for me can explain all behavior of
qi and make sense my decades of experiences with qi).
Regards,

James Lee

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Old 12-25-2004, 02:56 AM
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Mike Henry wrote:

experiments,

I just want to discuss it using sheer scientific and
theoretical analysis . It's like relativity where we
can't easily prove it. We just talk about it. It
may be difficult to buy photographic setup that
can records water crystals in real time. This may
cost thousands of dollars. So I'm kinda asking if
someone has figured out an easier experiment to
prove or disprove the programmable wave function
hypothesis. This is the only one thing that can
explain my qi experiences which I found out qi
being a non-local force. If electrons impart
electrogmagnetic field that connects the world.
Can qi be the energetic correlates of the wave
function? For people,qi means different thing.
When you project energy, some em component may
come out according to James Oschman which he said
some researchers are able to measure. But coinciding
with it is the pure qi which is non-local and can
affect substances miles away. Anyway. I'm just
inquiring if past experiments have been done already
that prove or disprove the programmable wave function
hypothesis (which for me can explain all behavior of
qi and make sense my decades of experiences with qi).
Regards,

James Lee

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Old 12-25-2004, 06:36 AM
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"Old Man" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
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[snip]

My computer is so horrified by Mr. Consc's horse dung that it still
has not downloaded it.

Franz


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Old 12-25-2004, 05:05 PM
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"Consc" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
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No. It's jaded physics as seen after being reflected
from cracked pottery.


Consc is a charlatan or the dupe of one. Old Man
has been suckered into communicating with a crackpot,
but no more. Henceforth, Old Man will not open, read
or respond to messages posted by Consc.

.... buffoonery snipped ....


[Old Man]


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Old 12-25-2004, 07:54 PM
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Old Man wrote:


I handled qi and a student of a qi center. Their
headquarter is just a few block drives away. They
have branch in every country. See:

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I'm trying to find the mechanism of interaction. It
doesn't appear to be convensional physics stuff.
I'd be equally happy if it's all a hoax as I just
want the truth. But things are not that easy. I'd
love to engage all the hundreds of branches if it
is all fake but it is not. Many doctors used that
knowledge too. China has experiments where it
shows qi has effect on matter.


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All my life I deal with Qi. So I need to know it's
mechanism. The Wave function modification pathway
seems like a good one although I'm not saying it
is the one explanation for qi. Maybe qi involves
other mechanism more esoteric than anything we've
known. Of course parallel to search for its more
esoteric mechanism. I look into the more convensional
ones too. James Oschman, a cell biologists explains
it more convensionally and I'm still analyzing his
work.

Later,

James

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Old 12-26-2004, 03:51 PM
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Franz Heymann wrote:

That gives a new meaning to download.

I picture a horse drawn dump cart loaded with dung at your back door.
The bed is upended, but the load just won't come out -- the download
has hung.

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Old 12-26-2004, 05:37 PM
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Edward Green wrote:



So boot it. If that doesn't work, reboot (and step aside
smartly)...

Mark L. Fergerson
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Old 12-26-2004, 10:41 PM
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"Mark Fergerson" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
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still
door.
download

{:-))

Franz


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