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Rupert Sheldrakes work on morphogenetic fields was so revolutionary it was voted the best candidate for book burning since Copernicus’ works..
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Physics and Consciousness. In this episode I discuss why some things in the universe are the way they are. ref: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mass_versus_wei...

I've been reading (yet again!) The Presence of the Past - I find something new every time I read it. I was struck this time by the ideas on reincarnation and how this could be a product of morphic resonance rather than an individual reborn. Interesting in a number of ways, one being that these memories are generally reported by children. Could children be more attuned to such fields? Might this be something we lose as we get older? ... See MoreSee Less

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Murray Dean Russelljust listening to ilia delio on you tube mentioning morphogenesis as an engine providing the pull for teilhard's cosmogenesis, a powerful linkage for me, adding mechanical drive to the breathtaking vision of omega

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David OrmeTeilhard was very much a precursor of Sheldrake,

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Murray Dean Russellwould love to learn more of their specific linkages

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Murray Dean Russelli feel bede griffiths plays a role in this

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Biologist Rupert Sheldrake explores 10 dogmas that hold back science. Get Rupert's book here: goo.gl/UEBzWQ Is Consciousness Fundamental? amzn...

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Creating a 'Global Atmospheric Electrical circuit' ( www.nap.edu/read/898/chapter/17 ) requires near instantaneous feedback to a central hub for data analysis. This Hub is by no coincidence, located at CERN. Its' data collection ability is unmatched on the planet. This data collection is utilized in the control of a GAE circuit. Information provides a vital feedback loop to its' source of generation. This suggests that CERN is essential to this circuit. "Planetary Surface Power and Interstellar Propulsion Using Fission Fragment Magnetic Collimator Reactor" cds.cern.ch/record/938056/ "Optical-fibre links working at 10 gigabits per second connect CERN to each of the 13 major...

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Swanette KuntzeWhat does this mean in consequence for us?

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Christopher FontenotIt won't be "Free Energy". But, it will be wireless. The implications were written about by Tesla. It seems that some will evolve/adapt to the changing power density/frequency and some will not. www.tfcbooks.com/tesla/1900-06-00.htm

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~Mechanism for Manipulation of Schumann Resonance~ Alfven(Whistler) waves are "transverse mode" electromagnetic waves in the ionosphere. They travel at Alfven speed(near the speed of light) around the Earth's polar regions. These waves create our Schumann Resonance as they speed around at varying altitudes. Alfven waves increase atmospheric electrical charge and the resulting discharge of that potential is witnessed around the planet as lightning. While some suggest lightning is responsible for our Schumann resonance, evidence to the contrary exists. "The strong inhomogeneities in plasma parameters in the ionosphere and adjacent regions can trap waves in the upper end of the ULF range (Pc1...

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Rupert Sheldrake's TEDx talk censored by the scientific board of TED. Sheldrake gives a brief summary of some of the points he writes about in his book 'The ...

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Bente Petersenyey and Earth is flat !!! right TED ? .... OMG... !!!!

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Liam McGloneRupert is good like

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Terry AllenThe earth most definitely is Flat this song encapsulates the deception, Enjoy: www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0FigeDls8I

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Rupert answers this frequently asked question.

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Bente Petersenof course... if you have the sense and awareness to notice !!!! however I call it normal !!!!... only those who do not want to see hear, smell and THINK call it paranormal 🙂

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Manfred BukovSure, everywhere, just recently on a walk I had this very strong experience of something just being next to my right side, I stopped and looked, there was like a circle on the ground and like a column of energy... like something wanted to contact me... awesome experience! Have similar experiences with trees and certain shrubs, landscapes too, but his one was very unusual powerful!

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Roberto MurzziWell, you are probably a medium and you to work out in those skills, your 6 sense is developed and detect those energies!

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What do you guys think about a potential correlation of the recent sun activity - as eventually a "warning shot" from our "sun god" for us as Earthlings regarding in the light of recent North Korea escalation? OK, it's far fetched, but you never really know ....
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Richard Di CastriVery interesting time....massive solar flare,...perseid meteor shower, followed by a meteorite hit in British Columbia,....all while B.C. and California are on fire.....a solar eclipse over the U.S......back to back record breaking Hurricanes, heat waves and floods,....social and political chaos. Selective perception ?.....maybe...maybe not.

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Ive been researching the history of geo-engineering and I think I have found the genesis of it. Its seeds began with Fritz Zwicky. Zwicky called his colleagues “scatterbrains,” “sycophants and plain thieves” who “have no love for any of the lone wolves who are not fawners and apple polishers,” who “doctor their observational data to hide their shortcomings and to make the majority of the astronomers accept and believe in some of their most prejudicial and erroneous presentations and interpretations of facts,” and who therefore publish “useless trash in the bulging astronomical journals.” I have to say he sounds like my kind of guy, but I think he may have motivated some of the scatterbrain skeptics of his work to disprove him to show the world he was a crazy nuisance. He used scientific meetings and speeches as occasion to discuss a concept called morphology, which was first adopted for scientific inquiry by Goethe. Zwicky believed himself to be a problem solver using the morphological method first defines “all of the parameters that might be of importance” and then matches each parameter with every other parameter to produce a matrix containing “all of the potential solutions.” When I read about his ideas I came away with the idea he was trying to use thermodynamics, as an enegineer would use it, to undertand how the variables lead to a result. He was more of engineer in his thinking than he was a physicists or astonomer. This is when he proposed something that I believe his critics used to discredit him, but instead mankind got geo-engineering as an idea to test his theories to disprove him. With his theory of morphology as his tail wind he claimed to have finally found the philosopher’s stone to understand nature. This theory of morphology is what would allow Zwicky to aim for the heavens to test his ideas. I believe this is when his enemies decided to use his testing ideas against him. He famously remarked, “So far we have been just passive observers for thousands of years,” contrasting that traditional approach with a new one he called “experimental astronomy,” the direct investigation of celestial bodies. “Shoot the moon,” he counseled, and watch the effects through a telescope on Earth. Shoot the atmosphere of Venus—and Mars, too. And not just shoot. Rearrange. Use nuclear energy to flatten mountains on the moon and to alter the orbits of planets. Nudge Mars closer to the sun and see if it becomes habitable. Nudge the sun itself. Send it and all its gravitationally bound bodies, including Earth, toward a star with habitable planets so we might one day colonize other solar systems. As soon as he said it, we had his enemies begin to publish ideas about how we could use matter and light to shoot the Earth. Their original goal, I believe, was discredit Zwicky, who they hated. Even today, he remains unacknowledged by 20th and 21st century science historians because of his reputation as being difficult..........but his idea morphed into Geo-engineering when the industrial military complex realized that shooting parts of the Earth with the spectrum of light could be used to control many things mankind relies on. Zwicky also gave us the concept of supernovas and dark matter and neutron stars........Two of his predictions we know are true today, while the other one is driving physicists nuts to find evidence for. This goes on while governments go broke funding high energy physics and crazy astronomers ideas all tied back to Zwickys conjectures..............It amazes me how things evolve in science when they get infected by revenge and politics.~ Dr.Jack Kruse

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"I've been researching the history of geo-engineering and I think I have found the genesis of it. Its seeds began with Fritz Zwicky. Zwicky called his colleagues “scatterbrains,” “sycophants and plain thieves” who “have no love for any of the lone wolves who are not fawners and apple polishers,” who “doctor their observational data to hide their shortcomings and to make the majority of the astronomers accept and believe in some of their most prejudicial and erroneous presentations and interpretations of facts,” and who therefore publish “useless trash in the bulging astronomical journals.” I have to say he sounds like my kind of guy, but I think he may have motivated some of the scatterbrain skeptics of his work to disprove him to show the world he was a crazy nuisance. He used scientific meetings and speeches as occasion to discuss a concept called morphology, which was first adopted for scientific inquiry by Goethe. Zwicky believed himself to be a problem solver using the morphological method first defines “all of the parameters that might be of importance” and then matches each parameter with every other parameter to produce a matrix containing “all of the potential solutions.” When I read about his ideas I came away with the idea he was trying to use thermodynamics, as an enegineer would use it, to undertand how the variables lead to a result. He was more of engineer in his thinking than he was a physicists or astonomer. This is when he proposed something that I believe his critics used to discredit him, but instead mankind got geo-engineering as an idea to test his theories to disprove him. With his "theory of morphology" as his tail wind he claimed "to have finally found the philosopher’s stone" to understand nature. This theory of morphology is what would allow Zwicky to aim for the heavens to test his ideas. I believe this is when his enemies decided to use his testing ideas against him. He famously remarked, “So far we have been just passive observers for thousands of years,” contrasting that traditional approach with a new one he called “experimental astronomy,” the direct investigation of celestial bodies. “Shoot the moon,” he counseled, and watch the effects through a telescope on Earth. Shoot the atmosphere of Venus—and Mars, too. And not just shoot. Rearrange. Use nuclear energy to flatten mountains on the moon and to alter the orbits of planets. Nudge Mars closer to the sun and see if it becomes habitable. Nudge the sun itself. Send it and all its gravitationally bound bodies, including Earth, toward a star with habitable planets so we might one day colonize other solar systems." As soon as he said it, we had his enemies begin to publish ideas about how we could use matter and light to "shoot the Earth". Their original goal, I believe, was discredit Zwicky, who they hated. Even today, he remains unacknowledged by 20th and 21st century science historians because of his reputation as being difficult..........but his idea morphed into Geo-engineering when the industrial military complex realized that shooting parts of the Earth with the spectrum of light could be used to control many things mankind relies on. Zwicky also gave us the concept of supernovas and dark matter and neutron stars........Two of his predictions we know are true today, while the other one is driving physicists nuts to find evidence for. This goes on while governments go broke funding high energy physics and crazy astronomers ideas all tied back to Zwicky's conjectures..............It amazes me how things evolve in science when they get infected by revenge and politics."~ Dr.Jack Kruse
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Just how long has mankind and governments been using light to alter our environment? How much do you know about geo-engineering. It is a bigger issue than man's role in raising greenhouse gases because it likely plays the dominant role in why global warming is occuring.

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The great challenge is explain consciousness—the inner experiences of sense, thought, intent, feelings. It's what David Chalmers calls 'The Hard Problem' of ...

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Manfred Bukov"Great minds listen to understand, small minds listen to answer!"

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Roberto MurzziMind is a powerful thing! The great substance ever connected to the consciousness, in fact all those patterns that you physically moves in space/time is a result of everything that you experienced, lived, is like a constant traveling in one single point and never stops, the way as you move is the way that you keep connecting with other beautiful minds!

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