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Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by Eddie Garza, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. What is interesting to me is the word used "observe" - two sequences are strongly correlated.
    In order to go from one quantum state to another, your quantum “understanding” needs to think about it as a wave: its wavefunction spreads out over time.

    The “particle” spin in the article mentioned above believes the "electron" spin is occurring randomly. However, inside an atom there are three spins - in fact a double helix set of spins:
    • Centrifugal vortex
    • Centripetal vortex
    • Spatial circular reciprocating vortex
    Probably the easiest way of thinking of it as spins in Space interacting with spins in CounterSpace.

    The field pressure gradient causing proton(s)ic precession ->
    • Protons magnetically and electrically charged are influenced by field pressures at the apex-locus.
      • Field pressures centrifugally push out -> movement into space (depicited in red arrows)
      • Field pressures centripetally push in -> movement within space (depicited in blue arrows)
      • Field pressures counterspatial inertial force pulls into counterspace (depicited in white arrows)
    This movement in and out of Space & CounterSpace exhibits spin.
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    The Hippocratic Oath and Abortion | American Right to Life
    Hippocrates wrote in what is called the Hippocratic Oath in the 5th century BC: "never do harm" and " I will not… cause an abortion " Medical schools still commonly administer a Hippocratic pledge but sadly, in pro-abortion cultures, they have removed the promise to not kill an unborn child.
    The Case Against Abortion: Abortion and the Hippocratic Oath
    The Hippocratic Oath was revolutionary for its unyielding devotion to the preservation of individual human life. It stood in marked contrast to the more primitive medical traditions that blurred the lines between killing and curing. In its original form, the oath prohibits both euthanasia and abortion.


    (especially when the vaccine is made with body of unborn (but alive children)(special requirement is made that baby must be alive when his/her's body pasts are taken out)(watch video)


    Clarification for quick readers. Dr Stillman is THE good guy, part of quantumhealth.tv

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    The REAL TRUTH about precession reveals a SECRET that has been kept for MILLIONS OF YEARS!

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    Precession: Jim Weninger Theory
    Unread post by spark » Tue Dec 10, 2019 1:47 pm

    Part 1: Precession is one of the biggest failures in the mainstream gravity only model! What is it hiding?

    Part 2: The Real Truth about precession reveals a Secret that has been kept for Millions Of Years!

    Part 3: The Constellations Encode The Secret Of Precession - An in-depth discussion with Jim Weninger

    Part 4: Precession Part 4: Question & Answers with Jim Weninger
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  7. Hey Janz,
    I have experimented with lots of worm bins over the years. I prefer just a large compost pile. It allows the worms to go where they want to find best temp, moisture and food. I used to pick up bags of coffee grounds from starbucks. 5 to 10 bags per day. Thousands of pounds per year. Coffee grounds have a great C/N ratio and don't rot or attract pests. When I started, I asked the local worm farmer if they would eat onions or jalapeno. He just said he feeds them cow shit so shouldn't matter.
    Interestingly, worms, like humans, digest their food with their biome. The goodness they bring to our soil,garden, and ecosystem is microbial diversity more than just cycling nutritive minerals.
    Always keep your worms and compost moist as the bacteria need it. Covering the pile with straw blocks the sun, insulates, keeps in moisture and give a great place for laying worm eggs. Good luck!
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  8. I have used a type of https://eartheasy.com/worm-factory-360-composter/ for 30 years or so
    I eat vegetables; so the scraps, peels, etc. go into a https://www.nutribullet.com/shop/blenders/nutribullet-600/ at the end of each day.
    Worms don't have mouths, teeth, etc. So the smoothy for the worms are easily digestible for them.
    Over time, the bottom trays become "dirt" for the garden.
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  9. Jim Weninger - Differential Rotation of the Sun explained using Don Scott’s Birkeland Current Model -
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  11. Dr. @Jack Kruse stated -> “I have found in my studies and research when you open your mind to the impossible you often find the truth that Nature hides.”

    The taste of deuterium may have more to do with the neutron organically released during our human photosynthesis splitting of the hydrogen bond.

    What is interesting to me is that these “scientists” seem to lose themselves in the “spin” of things and forget that Nature behaves in a double helix. Two helices -> one moving in one direction and other counter to it -> or what is known in physics as mirror image or in chemistry mirror image; both use the idea of "mirror image" but have a different application. https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?posts/296969
    When we look at what Nature reveals we find - https://www.livescience.com/39451-bismuth.html

    Just notice how it models high dielectric inertia; perhaps Nature is giving us a visual into counterspatial movement.
    So what does this have to do with deuterium? I believe if we understand why the isotope of these hydrogens steel electrons, we will grasp how this is destructive in human cellular biology.
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  13. We're are on this human journey together. Thus, we need each other to explain what we think we are seeing.
    With each of our perspectives of this beautiful jewel we call life. With hope, each of us maybe able to present our paradigm.
    Collectively, we may see better -> What, how & why light-water-magnetism functions within human cellular biology.
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  14. Thinking about our perspective and realizing some of our known limitations:
    • When on the earth, we are unable to measure many things for example:
      • The voltage of the earth at various altitudes. We can at best guess and put a potential value at it.
      • The magnetic inertial value of centripetal flux moving into the earth's crust from our magnetosphere
      • etc.
    Why is it difficult to do this? -> Objectivity
    If we can't step back from what your inspecting, we are influencing it.
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    There is no butterfly effect
    abstract and frivolous idea

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  18. Andrew Hall's work on his series the “Eye of the Storm” is amazing.
    I've been studying them for a while now.
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