How to Control Life Using Quantum Mechanics

Quantum Mechanics

Quantum Mechanics is about explaining the relationship between matter and energy. It also encapsulates time as a main function. Matter is equivalent to energy. We have to first look at ourselves as a sub-atomic functions of the universe. We are able to effect a change within the universe.

For example if you drop a pebble in a pond, there is a circular wave function being emitted. I call this the ripple effect. It is the energy being transferred from the mass of the pebble to the mass of the pond. Every anaerobic or aerobic organism in the pond is affected by this ripple effect. They are able to sense or interpret this energy, no matter how small the energy waves are.

It is the same thing that happens when someone is born. they affect the whole universe. They give off a wave effect. Now when the pebble has settled at the bottom of the pond, based on conventional physics reasoning, it has stopped doing work. However, based on quantum mechanics, the pebble is doing work by being in the way of an organism. Causing the organism to take a different route, using additional or less energy.

Think how much greater the human being is affecting the energy phases within their own environment. Being in motion, we are giving off energy. Being still and even sleeping, we are still affecting the universe.

My mother always told me to find a job, even if it does not pay. My younger mind was offended by such a gesture. Then after understanding, how we affect the universe. I saw that this was a wise advice. That is exactly what I am doing at hub pages. It is better to be in motion than standing still. This way, we continuously give off a wave effect. I have always seen Rastafarians do gardening in the community without being asked or being paid. I use to think that this was ignorance because I was too ignorant to appreciate the flowers.

Proof of Quantum Mechanics

The uncertainty principle proves that you cannot measure a position and momentum at the same time. Basically, this means nothing is sure or given, there is always a level of error when measuring a particle. If you are measuring a car in motion, it is not possible to tell the position of the car, because its moving. Then, when you measure the car in a stand still position, you cannot tell its motion, because the earth is moving, time is moving, YOU THE OBSERVER IS IMPACTING ITS MOTION BY MEASURING IT.

Let me clarify the last paragraph. Our eyesight works by a cause and effect principle. Light bounces back to the eyes and forms an image.

A blind boy will like to measure the distance of a wall from him. He uses a ball as an observatory tool instead of eyesight. He throws the ball at the wall and guesses the distance of the wall by how long it takes for the ball to return.

By making this measurement, he is affecting the momentum of the wall. Now the blind boy uses a larger heavier ball to observe the distance of a flimsy dry wall. He throws the ball at the wall and it bounces back. But the wall moves and the ball returns giving the blind boy an incorrect reading of the distance of the wall. Because this time, He impacted the motion of the wall significantly.

The blind boy has always being impacting the motion of the wall no matter the rigidity or the size of the ball. Some of the balls energy will transfer into the wall, affecting the motion of the wall and the ball. So the blind boy can never tell the motion and the position of the wall at the same time. He cannot make the measurement without affecting the position and momentum of the wall.

You cannot observe life without affecting it.

This is the same thing that happens with eyesight, hearing or thought. We affect our environment by just merely interacting. We cannot see something unless what we are looking at, is impacted by light energy. When you are looking at a wall, you are impacting its motion and structure.

The wall is made up of electrons and light is made up of electromagnetic energy, so they impact each other changing the momentum and position of each other. Take into consideration that light travels as a particle and a wave at the same time.

This is proven in the double slit experiment. Please watch the video to better understand.

Controlling Life with Quantum Mechanics

The observer impacted the experiment by observing the experiment. You cannot measure anything in life without introducing light particles or waves (or matter) on the item being observed. Its not possible. The double slit experiment also proves that LIGHT IS INTELLIGENT.

It is said that Einstein did this experiment over one thousand times, trying to figure out why light particles behaved that way. A single electron behaved as if it was a thousand electrons side by side and created an interference pattern. This is the illogical point to the observer.

The implication of this experiment proves that electrons have a process of their own that we do not yet understand. If you look at it from another frame of reference the human being may be just one electron and then just replicates itself to billions of electrons to create a human being to the observer.

This experiment has converted a lot of physicist into believing that there is a God.

Controlling life with quantum mechanics.

Carl Jung was the first psychiatrist in this generation to apply the concepts of quantum mechanics to human beings. It came up with a concept called synchronicity. The wall that the electrons are fired on is called life. The electrons are our thoughts. The slits are just the gateway. The collective subconscious thoughts controls conscious thoughts and conscious thoughts controls reality.

Whether you like it or not. It was you, who put you in the position you are in right now. Whether good or bad. What is in the mind will come out to real life. However, you can also impact people and situations in life by sending out a wave energy. Given that we are made up of electrons and other persons are made up electrons we impact each other.

The light that we shine on situations as the observer can impact on the situation. We are already impacting reality by just doing nothing. Why not grasp our light energies and send out some positive electrons.

We sometimes make the mistake by letting other people and situations impact us with their negative energies by letting them throw heavy balls at us knocking us of our positive momentum or position. Therefore we should stand firm like the sun in universe.

Basically I am just trying to say; Just do positive even if bombarded with negative energy. The ripple effect may just have a positive effect on someone or a situation that your not observing.

Bless

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Sky9106 5 years ago from A beautiful place on earth.

Bless .

That's it, am sold on or with whatever the results turns out to be. I await your perfect score of 100. it's a no brainier this time. Congratulations!

Now that you have proven that where simplicity meets the totally complex ed and weird , as I might ad . World world of quantum physics, where the observer, who of whatever it may be, by just observing affects the outcome of something going on, that was supposed to be non related? Something that doesn't even have eyes as we know them.

Now I believe I am being watched.

Super hub rasta1. That much I know , well that is if I know what I believe I know .

I await my lessons.

Give Thanks and Praises.

I love this:

Basically I am just trying to say; Just do positive even if bombarded with negative energy. The ripple effect may just have a positive effect on someone or a situation that your not observing.

Bless


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WD Curry 111 5 years ago from Space Coast

Great job of putting this one together. The animation was perfect and so is the message.

"look at ourselves as a sub-atomic functions of the universe"

Nice. That's where you got my attention. I don't feel as insignificant any more. It is a fact that we can absorb the negative energy to no effect. We haven't even mentioned neutrons yet.

"Rastafarians do gardening in the community without being asked or being paid. I use to think that this was ignorance because I was too ignorant" . . . They had their neutrons in position and it didn't worry them. Eventually, you stopped to smell the roses.


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WD Curry 111 5 years ago from Space Coast

ball at the wall and guests the distance

ball at the wall and guesses the distance

I put this in a box so you can "deny" - better fix the typo before any geniuses show up. Spell check can let you down sometimes.


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WD Curry 111 5 years ago from Space Coast

Sky9106 - You got it, brother. Sorry my friend gave you grief, he is in some.


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Sky9106 5 years ago from A beautiful place on earth.

If ever you are going to fire this job WD. please do a brother a solid and let me know.

Which friend the poet?

Bless .


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rasta1 5 years ago from Jamaica Author

Hey thanks for the corrections, I have a no deny policy. I am glad you got it sky.

You never now what can happen when you are in motion. Life is so amazing.


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WD Curry 111 5 years ago from Space Coast

I happened to think of something in the double slot thing. Einstein's buddies weren't shooting the electrons out of a pneumatic marble cannon. It was an atomic accelerator and they were "splitting" the atoms. Fission was taking place. This also goes back to the big and small debacle . . . I mean debate. The cartoon guy focused too much on the size of the particles. He didn't mention the speed at which they were traveling.

When the atom split, the energy released accelerated the particles so much (explosion) that they were almost going the speed of light. At that speed the particles started inexplicably behaving as waves. The implication: matter/particles become waves at the speed of light. Duck! there's a boulder coming at you!

All matter is prone to the same principals. Tiny atoms are the only things that are practical to experiment with.


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rasta1 5 years ago from Jamaica Author

The cartoon was pretty basic. He did not mention the particle-wave duality either.


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Sky9106 5 years ago from A beautiful place on earth.

God's morning to you both.

How can I download that experiment rasta1 ?

Bless.


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rasta1 5 years ago from Jamaica Author

you could get a addon (youtube downloader) to firefox to download the youtube video.

You can also replicate the experiment with these instructions

http://www.ehow.com/how_8665419_diy-twoslit-experi...


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FitnezzJim 5 years ago from Fredericksburg, Virginia

I learned physics in an alternate universe where there is no wave being emitted by our eyes that bounces back to allow us to see. In my alternate universe, the eye is simply a detector, the wave it detects is emitted by a light source, bounces off an object, with enough of that wave bouncing toward the eye to allow it to detect an object. In my alternate universe, light (when it chooses to behave like a particle) is called a photon, and acts differently from an electron.

But don't mind me, I live in an alternate universe.


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rasta1 5 years ago from Jamaica Author

Respect FitnezzJim

Already made the corrections, Any other suggestions from your alternate universe.


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FitnezzJim 5 years ago from Fredericksburg, Virginia

One question. I was unaware of a quantum slit experiment that had the results indicated in the cartoon. Do you happen to have information on who conducted the experiment, and when?

No more suggestions. In my alternate universe, we are really tiny. Please advise which slit gets me back home. :)


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rasta1 5 years ago from Jamaica Author

The electrons being shot one at a time is done by numerous universities and organizations, such as http://www.hitachi.com/rd/research/em/doubleslit.h...

Multiple electrons being shot at once is most popular, here is an example, http://abyss.uoregon.edu/~js/21st_century_science/...

The experiment was first done by Thomas Young in the 1800, This is the experiment that gave rise to the belief of discrete particles(quantum)that make up light.


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FitnezzJim 5 years ago from Fredericksburg, Virginia

Yup, yup, familiar with the Young experiment. It is discussed in just about every book of classical and modern physics on my bookshelf, and is readily reproducible.

My question was intended for the (to me) less known experiment with respect to the method of observation actually interfering with the slit experiment results. Quite frankly, I sat dumbfounded for about a half-hour thinking 'no way', before I thought to start scanning those books for a discussion ... and I found hints in the latter parts of a more recent book on optical physics. It isn't in my old copy of Born & Wolf.

Unfortunately the best I could find was various summaries of 'thought' experiments. I'm looking for the one (if it exists) where Schroedings cat popped out of his box and started playing traffic cop with those photon waves, thwapping them back into acting like particles.


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WD Curry 111 5 years ago from Space Coast

This is off topic a little, but Fitness Jim is reminding me of my graphic artist/tech illustrator days at Harris. People think engineers are utilitarian and dull. The guys I worked with held the patents for a lot of gizmos (microwave technology, optic sights that control guns, avionics, meteor burst communications, smart bombs, patriot missiles, "star wars" JSTARS, etc). They talked like Fitnezz Jim. They were more creative and whacked than the artists. They would always be debating. It lead to new concepts. They would do experiments themselves and irritated the display department by cutting up the plexigalss without an control number. They knew about photons, they came up with fiber optics. They had one of the first laptop computers. The screen was 1" x 8".

Harris would always reconfigure the offices. One Monday morning I came to work and couldn't find my new office. My security code would work on one door and not the next. I was getting frantic because I was now late. The third time I went by the most brilliant engineers office, he called me in,"What in the hell are you doing?"

"I can't find my way in to my office, do you know where they moved it?"

He said,"No cheese for you, Curry. Only smart rats get cheese today."


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rasta1 5 years ago from Jamaica Author

The double slit experiment is not a thought experiment. You can't see the cat in the box, that's a thought experiment.

have you ever looked over your shoulder and caught someone staring at you. I always thought, how did I know to look just in time.

When I was saying that the eyes sends out a wave that bounces back(which came out wrong), I was trying to word, like how do we concentrate attention in order to get feedback. It is a strange phenomenon: The concentration of energies towards an stimuli.

Have you ever looked for something on your dresser that was there, but you did not see. How did you miss that if all the eye does is detecting. (means there are more complex functions other than detecting)

There was once a major accident that happened directly behind me and I did not hear it. Then I turned around to my surprise seeing cars and people smashed to pieces.

What I am trying to say, Energy has to be concentrated on a stimuli in order to modify the stimuli. The double slit experiment carries all the evidence necessarily to prove this.


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WD Curry 111 5 years ago from Space Coast

Rasta 1 - I know what you mean. I worked at a mental health facility for adolescents for 10 years. The behaviors were extreme (assault, suicide, bizarre beyond belief). Before I became a vocational instructor, I worked in the bowels of the locked facility. Suffice it to say, I saw some good arguments for demon possession. At first, I had fair "intuition". After awhile, I could cut off trouble before it happened. Sometimes, I handled assaultive behavior with a touch. I got through to some who were oppositional and defiant. In my class, I had people who were not supposed to be able to follow more than one direction at a time following to a five step direction. Call it chi. Call it the Spirit. Call it what you want, there is an energy.

I can't tell you how nice it is to see you mixing the tangible and intangible in this scientific art form. I am impressed with your humility and willingness to rework the formula when being reminded of laws and definitions. It speaks of integrity. You are no fool. Keep up the good work.

It has been a pleasure to see the interaction here. By the time you are done, this will be a masterpiece of scientheological poekinetics.


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FitnezzJim 5 years ago from Fredericksburg, Virginia

All I know is, right about now, I feel like 'no cheese for me today'.

Rasta 1 - indeed I am aware of focused attention, but right now my focus is on what those silly photons think they're doing. Agree on your interpretation on the double slit experiment, it's just I feel the need right now to get past the impulse to go find an optics physicist and say 'show me'. That's how much trouble I have with the double slit single photon at a time experiment (with observer).


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rasta1 5 years ago from Jamaica Author

Respect WD, growing up in the rural parts of Jamaica in the 80's has exposed me to a lot paranormal activities. Its only like since lately that people are going back to that type of lifestyle. (I'm gonna do a hub about one of my experiences)

@FitnezzJim, I see that your really fascinated with photons and chess. But unlike chess, photons have no discernible logic and cannot be cornered. I guess no cheese for any of us. but if you get any new info, remember to share it.


RobSchneider 4 years ago

"growing up in the rural parts of Jamaica in the 80's has exposed me to a lot [of] paranormal activities." The same is true of my Cambodian wife. She has verified a lot of things I've had only glimpses of and/or read about in books. She also has a completely different way of "thinking" than we Westerners have. I am more functional than her in this artificial world we have created, but unplug the electric grid and I would probably perish, whereas she would tune back into her intuitive side. Sometimes I think that's what Jesus meant when he said, "Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth."


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Sky9106 4 years ago from A beautiful place on earth.

Blessings - rasta if you would allow me to say a word to Rob . You have just spoken a book, and a true one at that.

I only just returned from saying the very same thing to someone, that there is a giant world around the place where ever we might have settles, and called home .

I am glad to know that you moved around a little and sow some of that. wherever you may be from.

Because I always say mankind would not stop searching for whatever he is searching for because of the culture of that place.

Bless and Give thanks.


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rasta1 4 years ago from Jamaica Author

Give thanks for the blessings Sky. Knowledge is a never ending journey that has to be trodden.


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Sky9106 4 years ago from A beautiful place on earth.

I just spoke about this on the forum ,you should visit . Bless brethren. Respect.


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rasta1 4 years ago from Jamaica Author

I normally stay away from forums, but I'll check it out.


Paul Johnson 4 years ago

This post is inspiring however there are a few mistakes here that I want to clarify so we may all have a better understanding of what the deal is with quantum mechanics.

You said:

"If you are measuring a car in motion, it is not possible to tell the position of the car, because its moving."

This is not quite true. The main difference between a car and something like an electron (or any particle which is sufficiently small enough) is that the effect of observing a car (bouncing photons off of the car) does not substantially affect the car's position or momentum. The same does not hold true for very very small particles because when those particles are observed (again by bouncing photons off of them) we have a problem in which the energy of the photon is large enough that it will noticeably change the trajectory or energy of the photon.

To make matters even more complicated, there is an element of randomness to the interactions that these small particles would have. The position and even the direction in which the particle is said to be moving is not even really decided until the particle was forced to interact with the one which we sent to "observe" it.

Also the idea of observation is not really observation as we understand it so much as simply an interaction happening. You could consider that there is no way to truly know anything about an object without first interacting with it in some way (even if that is merely bouncing a few photons off of it which will never cause any major change). This is I think a major point of confusion as the idea of observing things quickly gets associated with the intelligence of the observer. Note: The particle absolutely do not need to be conscious for quantum mechanics to hold true and asserting they are is not something you can back up with any of the current knowledge regarding quantum mechanics. Indeed the idea of consciousness as I see it is deep enough that it may only true be decided in religious settings (namely, it would not surprise me if faith is all we may have to rely on when making such an assertion).

Either way I think the last paragraph is excellent and I doubt anyone can sincerely argue with it.


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rasta1 4 years ago from Jamaica Author

Respect Paul Johnson, As a fellow old college friend, I know that you are very versed on this topic. However, I am trying to take the theory beyond the level of what we were taught in college (foundation).

The car may not be a sub-atomic particle from our dimensional reference point. The car is a large mass consisting of atomic particles consisting of sub-atomic particles. I will not subscribe to the idea of rigid fabric structures which we call solids.

I would rather subscribe to the idea of (free flowing) fluid frequency force fields that hold electrons together which we call mass. Similar to Hawking's string theory.

We the intelligent observer, influence the motion of the car by concentrating our energy on the car. The sub-atomic structure of the car is indeed affected by our observation. The problem is that our tools of measuring such a minute energy displacement (quanta) is not yet invented. We have to measure using theoretical mathematics.

I will use your criticism to fine tune my theory and close the loop holes. Proving the consciousnesses of sub-atomic particles will be very difficult, I agree.

Yes, interaction is a better word than observation. Observation does effect change and affects the outcome of the objects being observed from our intelligent frame of reference.


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Sky9106 4 years ago from A beautiful place on earth.

I actually see the shallowness , and it's something that should be looked at quite carefully almost a pack game and the weak ones will join in fear . You are wise enough, you might have seen before me, them also you were here before me. So I have raise the bar now have to because I did not come for what they came for it's passing through. I never dropped anchor , but collected even this as part of those to look out for, they can't hide.

I have use for all truth ,and Sleep well at night these are kids stuck in aged bodies.

Take a close look at the original Quantum you aired. I pay close attention to men brethren .

Thanks for your obvious knowledge based , making you able to squeeze a wise reply. Remember the sins of the parents. You are so right that I don't bite.

Brethren when NY, was your major experience , this is a piece of cake.

Respect.


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rasta1 4 years ago from Jamaica Author

Even when people are rude, I still try to find any good information in them and store it my brain and ignore the rudeness.

When I try to give information, some people ignore it and try to incite rudeness.

Win Win for me.


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Sky9106 4 years ago from A beautiful place on earth.

Sure you are correct brethren . I have quite a number of people that I send things to just about everyday, because of who I am . I don't need the approval from those types .

The words you said almost matches , one of the main points I stress on is: There is good in everything you come across even if you can't immediately see it.

Itf I was not a mature grown man, I already saw an area that I have seen all over the place on here. And that's errors in people work and comments but I am not interesting in that. The children of some of those people are bigger than they are and they cannot even speak to them , that's why I say the sins of the parents.

My mom woyuld say just like the bible would say , let he that is without sin cast the first stone.

My Mom would say burnt pan is telling kettle it's bottom is black, I play for them , if you live in a glass house don't throw stones. If I show you the true mo and the hypocrisy you will not believe am capable of doing those, but NY, Not there, watch your mouth. And watch the groups, they hunt each day. Look at when the debate started on your quantum page read carefully again .

They can't ambush me I see them long before they see me.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK

Art, what an interesting and may I say, thought provoking hub - I am not scientific so I got lost off sometimes but I like the idea of being a small part of a universe but still able (as an atomic entity) to effect other things happening in not only my life but other peoples. This is so interesting that I feel compelled to keep looking into syncronicity - intriguing!


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rasta1 4 years ago from Jamaica Author

I love Carl Jungs work. He was the pioneer of identifying how humans impacted their spiritual and mental environment.


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CloudExplorer 4 years ago from New York City

This was an awesome hub here Rasta, very well put, well written and all, wow!

I never knew you were this into science, and quantum mechanics as I have been into it as well, but many years ago when I learned all about it back in college.

I never really pursued the subject that far though, because I was into civil engineering pretty much, and had a heavy work load which you know how the demands college can have on all of us.

Well anyhow this perspective is powerful, and I had first hand experience with such phenomena as using light as a power source of sorts, and the whole eyes thing, and how we can change our reality with it all, maybe some day I'll write all about the experience.

Thanks for sharing this info, it is truly a great way to share positivity as well, nice job!

Thumbs up and getting shared bro!


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Jennifer Essary 4 years ago from Idaho

It is true that we are more interconnected via our energies than most people would like to believe. When I first heard of this concept I didn't believe it to be true. Then I began to play around with the law of attraction and it is 100% true. What you send out you get back and you also affect those around you. Great Hub on a Great Subject. Voted up and Interesting.


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samnashy 4 years ago from Australia

Greathub, really interesting. Voted up. Thanks


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rasta1 4 years ago from Jamaica Author

Respect Cloudexplorer. It is cool that you are also interested in quantum physics. I may touch on some other theories in the future.


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rasta1 4 years ago from Jamaica Author

Respect Jennifer. The law of attraction is true. Positive attitudes while in risky situations can help to affect a positive outcome.


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rasta1 4 years ago from Jamaica Author

Respect Samnashy. Thanks for your vote of appreciation.


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quicksand 4 years ago

I am lucky to have found your profile page. I like the way you think. :)


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rasta1 4 years ago from Jamaica Author

Respect Quicksand. I am glad you found it uplifting.


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forlanda 3 years ago from US of A

Very fascinating take on a scientific matter an how it applies to life. Good job at putting together this tid bit of science. It seems to put credance to why it is important to have a positive mental attitude. If we are impacting the universe at all times, then it might as well be in a positive way. The very act of you writing this hub has certainly created a positive ripple effect. Thanks for sharing.


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rasta1 3 years ago from Jamaica Author

Respect Forlanda. That is exactly the point that I was trying to make. Thank you for grasping the concepts provided.

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