Quantum Teleportation And Witchcraft
Recently, there was much ado about homeopathy in the UK and why it should not be paid for by the NHS. The reason? The BMA or the British Medical Association felt that it was akin to witchcraft. Witchcraft? So what are they planning to do? Burn those white pills or worse, those practitioners at the stake? It’s almost as though time were rolling back to the days of the Inquisition and anything that was beyond the then realm of comprehension was dubbed as evil and worthy of destruction.
And now comes this revolutionary test carried out by Chinese scientists and I couldn’t help thinking – is this the crack in the door leading to the possible proof that some alternative remedies work and the revelation of how they work? I’ve always been an advocate of all streams of medicine working in conjunction with and not against each other. This is why I don’t quite like the term ‘alternative’ because it tends to suggest that conventional and the other streams of medicine operate in mutually exclusive ways. The ideal way would be for all streams to find their own level and be used in conjunction with each other – with a time and a place for every one of them.
Where would homeopathy, Bach remedies and biochemic tissue salts and all the other alternative therapies fit in when it comes to healing? The ideal way would be for them to be in the area of prevention, used in the main treatment if necessary to help things along and be used when there is no other hope.
I digress. How would quantum teleportation help to prove that many of these alternative streams of healing are indeed effective? While no one really knows the answers, this experiment does throw up an amazing number of ‘What ifs?’ First, let’s take a look at what the experiment was all about. It involves quantum entanglement or entangling two objects. In this case, it was two photons and they were separated by ten miles. The photos were entangled to the maximum limit possible using spatial and polarization modes. Then, without any signal transmission, without any fibre connecting them, the second photon responded to the changes that took place in the first. (Invisible strings of the String Theory?) For most people who read this report, the first thought was doubtless a time when a ‘Beam me up, Scotty’ command would be possible. Then of course would come the next thought – is this what voodoo is all about? If someone pokes a doll made to look like me far, far away from where I am, would I feel the pain? If someone tickles an image of me, would I laugh till I cried even though I were miles away? The possibilities could range from awesome to scary to hilarious.
When it comes to homeopathy or Bach and biochemic remedies, here is a series of ‘What if….’ questions that can now be asked.
What if the miniscule energy of these remedies can be ‘entangled’ to the energy of health in the universe and work from within to bring about healing?
What if the energy in these remedies communicate with the body’s own healing methods to bring about better health?
What if these remedies just help us vibrate to a different frequency and raise us from sickness to health?
What if, instead of suppressing disease the cure comes from the smallest particles in our system responding to the call of this miniscule prodding?
What if the world already has everything we need to bring our bodies and lives back to balance and these are some of the ways for that to happen?
What if by some chance, they work and we haven’t figured out how as yet – should we just throw them out without giving them a chance?