Month: September 2013

Quantum decision affects results of measurements taken earlier in time

This experiment provides a realization of one of the fundamental paradoxes of quantum mechanics: that measurements taken at different points in space and time appear to affect each other, even though there is no mechanism that allows information to travel between them. Read here the full article: arstechnica.com

We have just scratched the surface of what we know about the DNA!

You can try to tell someone what wonders exist in nature and even if you would be the best scientist in the world and understood the most new discoveries, after 6000 years humanity has just scratched the surface of God’s creation. DNA is regarded as a superior data-storage system and that 0.04 ounce (1 g) …

Paradigm shifting discussion on the physics of homeopathy

The following is from a discussion of the physics of homeopathy subscribers to the Minutus homeopathy email list To: minutus Homeopathy discussion From: Jeff Tikari Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2013 09:44:28 +0530 Subject: [Minutus] Homeopathic Hydrosomes For remedies potentised beyond Avogadro’s limit. Active principles of potentized drugs are MOLECULAR IMPRINTS or HYDROSOMES, which are nanocavities …

Birkeland current

A Birkeland current is a set of currents which flow along geomagnetic field lines connecting the Earth’s magnetosphere to the Earth’s high latitude ionosphere. In the Earth’s magnetosphere, the currents are driven by the solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field and by bulk motions of plasma through the magnetosphere (convection which is indirectly driven by …

No direct evidence for the existence of Black Holes

By their very nature, black holes do not directly emit any signals other than the hypothetical Hawking radiation; since the Hawking radiation for an astrophysical black hole is predicted to be very weak, this makes it impossible to directly detect astrophysical black holes from the Earth. A possible exception to the Hawking radiation being weak …

Think Tank

A policy institute (often termed “think tank” by journalists) is an organization that performs research and advocacy concerning topics such as social policy, political strategy, economics, military, technology, and culture. Most policy institutes are non-profit organizations, which some countries such as the United States and Canada provide with tax exempt status. Other think tanks are …

Predictive programming

Predictive programming is a conspiracy theory which posits that public media (such as films, television, news casts, etc.) include subtle hints at certain events in advance of the actual events, so that when the events occur, the public believes the events are real, rather than staged. Alan Watt explains the phenomenon this way: Things or …