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      The point I am making here in this thread, with 6equj5, and the point that I have spent a long time trying to make, to (and about) scientists, is that the answers they are searching for can be found a lot sooner, and in a much easier but equally legitimate manner, through Consciousness/Enlightenment. It's the last place they wanna look, which is why it is taking them so long to find them!

      What scientists are assuming they are discovering for the very first time ever has all been accessible to anyone and everyone who has been Enlightened all throughout humankind! As I have been pointing out in the Nag Hammadi thread, *even* Jesus had access to the information. All the stuff he was saying was rooted in the *realization* of Universal Core Physics! He looked like some magical mystery tour guide to the folks at the time, and to billions since, simply because they have all dismissed the truth when it was staring them right in the face! The information, the entire foundation of Enlightenment, is based on the realization of the actual physics the Universe is using/doing, consistently overall, and over (within and without) all time and space, the very same physics that has been *realized* for thousands upon thousands of years!

      To *even* know to say what Conscious, Enlightened people say, is to draw from that realization of the Universal Core physics that couldn't care less what humans try to do with it...it remains totally undaunted whether humans want to name their search "Christianity" or Buddhism or Sufism or Shintoism or...hard core "science." It is all the very same thing, just with a different label the seekers have placed on their projections. Science and scientists, of ANY kind, have no special or distinct, privileged immunity from Universal Core Truth! "Science" is simply a label they put on their journey, which is no better than any other label. One could also say the same about "Enlightenment" and Consciousness, because when it all comes down to the Core of it all, the center of it all, or whatever label anyone wants to put on it, the answer is always going to be the same answer.

      Physicists and other scientists have been so put off by any suggestion that philosophy, which they assume cannot be measured, reproduced and/or proven, could possibly hold the answers they need. Yet now they are realizing that life is a lot more interesting than their linear projections have convinced them all along. They've needed eveything they do to exclude themselves, but the universe just doesn't work that way.

      So, now that they are running into themselves, they are trying to save face by claiming that their findings are all new and previously undiscovered, by putting labels on their findings that they hope will continue to legitimize the reputation of rigid science.

      Scientists are always looking for the answers to a nonlinear universe using only a linear approach and methodology. This is why I always say that science is the study of AFTERmath, in trying to teach them how I have detected in the NONlinear physics such things as just about every detail of September 11th, 2001 two years before it manifested (officially documented, recorded, etc, by the authorities themselves and obviously ignored!), the Oklahoma Federal Building bombing, many more of those, the demise of both space shuttles, earthquakes, hurricane paths, and on and on and on... Not one iota "psychic," I am simply Conscious of the nonlinear physics that the Universe is using. I mean, talk about weird reality, as I've said before, "even Pennsylvania was no accident" on September 11, 2001! The Universe *already knew!* So did I! So, linear science is science too/two late! Notice the math!

      In a nonlinear universe, everything is already said and done. What quantum physics assumes is that everything's an accident, that there is no rhyme or reason, a linear assumption with no way to truly know what the future holds. What they are unwittingly measuring is life itself...as in Unconscious life in search of itself! In nonlinear reality, it is all rhyme and reason, all already said and done. Life appearing to quantum physicists as unreachable, forever getting smaller and smaller, is a reflection of their own brains zeroing in on Enlightenment, which requires a dissolution of all time and space, a refining of the Now until *even* now appears to disappear. They are chasing Existence, in an attempt to capture non-Existence!

      Teleportation, telepathy, precognition, string theory...6equj5! Aliens r us!

      Or, them!!

      So, there are no coincidences. There are no accidents. Everything is in place for a reason, a mathematical reason, (the "reason"-ing of Universal Core physics, which is a series of very persistent patterns of energy that relent for no one, not even scientists or Enlightened Ones), and so it could easily be "predicted" that a signal detected in one place would also have to reflectively be realized in its inverse! (Darn thing musta teleported!) See how the two becomes the one without anything in between?! Further, that very same signal in each of those two places would have to have their inverses, as well. And there is soooo much more to it, but if scientists naively dismiss what seems to them to be worthless information, even when suggested to them by someone who is fluent in nonlinear realizations, they've only reacted in such a way as to hold themselves, and their "science," back from accomplishing precisely what they are hoping to accomplish.

      There are very important reasons why the 6equj5 signal can be reflected in the diagram above. When they dismiss it, they unwittingly dismiss thousands upon thousands of years of realization as well! That picture's worth a billion words! Clear back to the beginning and beyond! There are an awful lot of answers, of Universal Core physics truth, not-so-hidden in that diagram, staring right at them, and left, two/too!, and for them to laugh at it (so typical of the attitude of Seti folks so often seen in documentaries!), and toss it aside is to see their own reflection in a mirror and dismiss it from being their own!
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      You say scientists can produce the answers to their questions through the easier and “legitimate” way of Consciousness/Enlightenment, but those two things are non-measurable—relatively speaking—which is the core of what science actually is. Regardless if you or I think that those two variables are legitimate, science has defined itself in a particular way for a particular reason. It is the measurable that counts in science because it is the measurable that is observationally consistent in explaining natural phenomenon, leaving no room for speculation in the origins of any particular natural law.
      Also, scientists are not put off by the idea that philosophy could hold the answers to their universal questions—in fact, philosophy is nearly what sciences like M-theory and Psychology are. It should be noted that scientists don’t discredit philosophy either; they just simply stick to their guidelines of empirical evidence so that they can produce answers in which, as stated above, there are no speculative doubts.
      You say that scientists are looking for answers to a nonlinear universe through linear means—but that isn’t entirely true; Obviously, there are parts of the Universe that are linear, and it is the linear that scientists work with; otherwise, certain theories would not work or produce consistent results. Again, scientists do not discredit nonlinear and philosophical answers to the machinations of the universe; they simply work with what they can measure, and as of today they are only able to measure the linear. However, if the core of consciousness and enlightenment could be measurable, scientists would jump at the opportunity to be able to observe the universe through those means—but they simply cannot do that in a definitive manner, because one person’s experience when interacting with the universe will always be different than another’s.
      You mentioned that Quantum Physicists claim that everything is an accident, that there is no rhyme or reason to the cosmos, and that there is no way in predicting the future: They have claimed no such argument; what they, and every scientist before them, “claim” is simply “this is how we believe this particular phenomenon to work because that’s what our measurable evidence tells us.” If you notice, there are very few Facts in Science—it is predominately theories. Also, the random patterns of the universe are only mentioned through evidence observed in the very small, not the Universe at the very big. In fact, the Universe at large seems to be quite structurally sound BECAUSE the universe appears to be random at the quantum level. And as for predicting the future of the cosmos, according the M-theory, anything and everything has/will happen.
      Many statements you have said are relative. That is to say, only you could know what it is you know and feel as you interact with the universe. The laws in which the cosmos works—or the way in which they appear to work—are different for everyone, and I cannot credit (but nor do I discredit) much of what you’ve said because it is simply “non-measurable” (for lack of better words) on my part. I will never know what it is you are feeling are know, and you will never know what I am feeling and what I discover as I grow with the Universe.

      That's my two cents. For what it's worth.

      "Man is a mystery. It needs to be unravelled; and if you spend your whole life unravelling it, don't say you've wasted time. I am studying that mystery because I want to be a human being." -Fyodor Dostoevsky.



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