Month: January 2017

Building up space – Space Does Not Exist Independently

“You can feel close to someone who is on the other side of the planet, because they are next of kin, or you might have a neighbour who is close to you physically but is distant in terms of the relationship.” He is bringing a similar flexible concept, a kind of “relative locality,” to the …

Silicon may work for quantum computing

The idea with silicon-based quantum computers is that impurities form the basis of a qubits. If you drop a single phosphorous atom into a silicon crystal, it replaces a silicon atom. But it has one proton and one electron more than the surrounding atoms. That single proton and electron behave like their own little artificial …

Metals in homeopathy – Chromium

From my point of view I wonder why so many homeopathic therapists do not talk about the interesting aspects of correspondences which exists between our inner world (psyche) and the chemical elements. The correlations are so astonishing. For example chromium, it’s an element which is used in the industry for chrome plating, a technique of …

Echinacea in homeopathy – Learning from the past

Echinacea is according to Jan Scholten in the 17th stage of the periodic table of chemical elements (Wonderful Plants code 666.44.17). This is the eradication, all has to be erased. It has to be ceased, extinguished, abolished, aborted and finalized. One can be forced to quit or flee, being expelled as an outcast. One has …

Why economy is destined to collapse once and for all

The world is permeated by one spirit. Their world leader breaths all the same air. Maybe some of them has different point of views how economy should work, and maybe some has new ideas how a collapse can be prevented. A group of young scientists studies now how certain cycles in cosmology could be applied …

Gunshot wounds are contagious

Gun violence can ripple through social networks and communities just like an infectious germ, Harvard and Yale researchers reported Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine. This may not seem surprising, because earlier work has found that gun violence often clusters in certain areas and groups, particularly those steeped in gangs and drugs. But this study is …