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« on: January 12, 2012, 07:20:39 AM »
Define what is desired. Clear and center with meditation and Hoponopono. Write my desire and read with feeling several times weekly. Allow! Chi balls to me are just a form of sending love energy, and it feels good to send love energy.
Schenderson, So sorry to hear you are at an unplesant stop in life. You know as you told me that we always eventually get what we want - beliefs have to be in alignment for it to come together. Stay true to your core and something good has to emerge! Love, VC
I want to add to what has been said that the new research of energy science shows the heart is even in control of the body and brain which is contradictory to what we had been taught earlier in most teachings. The heart gets input before the body and brain and sends the rest of the body and universe energy in response to the sensory information. The heart rules in my book. Love will make big leaps and gains in everything you experience. Work from your heart!
« on: January 12, 2012, 06:47:46 AM »
Angel, You have been a friend to many people here on this discussion board and you know the difference between a real friend and someone you have to work with now. For the sake of your work, you must be polite, but you do not need to be a friend again. You know forgiveness is about letting hurt go and it does not mean you condone the act that was betrayal. Blessings to you! VC
Law of Attraction for Relationship / Re: The more I do what I should do, the more it goes... the wrong way...« on: November 24, 2011, 06:33:36 AM »
It does feel terrible to hear such news, but it is the path. You need to find peace in the message that there is a lesson here. Perhaps she needs to have this experience to become the person you want to really have connection with in your future. You will grow too. Blessings, VC
« on: November 24, 2011, 06:29:42 AM »
Yes, I saw this news today. It is a loss it seems for us, but we are lucky that we had Jerry to help spread the words of the Universe for so many years. I am sure Ester will find strenght to continue her path with Abraham's words. Blessings to Esther and Jerry.
« on: November 22, 2011, 05:30:42 AM »
Wonderful! Keep that love in your heart feeling going!
Of course you have to decide why you are letting go, but let go either way. Let go but send love and know he is yours; he will call again when he is ready. If you want hm then accept the friendship and have as much fun with other friends as you can. If you decide you want to move on, then let go quietly and still find as much to do to keep you as happy as possible. Either way you have to work to keep up a good vibration.
« on: November 20, 2011, 04:56:11 AM »
Sneha, Everything Mr P and Sailor said are of course good. I will share an experience I had earlier this year with you too. My car bumped another car in a parking lot and the other car had a little ding. My car did too. It was questionable as to who was at fault as we were both backing out of parking spaces. The woman in the other car went crazy and started yelling and making a scene. I could not even get to her to trade names and insurance information. Fortunately an officer drove into the lot and I flagged him down. Her paper work was a mess and it took a long time for the officer to write the report. He could tell the other woman was acting over emotional and as a victim. She was only concerned with her car too. As I sat in the lot under the tree trying to be patient, I did Ho'oponopono about the incident. About five minutes later she walked over to me and calmly said she was sorry for acting out. So, I say send love and Ho'oponopono! VC
« on: November 19, 2011, 07:32:29 PM »
Second experiment confirms faster-than-light particles
By Brian Vastag, Published: November 17
A second experiment at the European facility that reported subatomic particles zooming faster than the speed of light — stunning the world of physics — has reached the same result, scientists said late Thursday.
The “positive outcome of the [second] test makes us more confident in the result,” said Fernando Ferroni, president of the Italian Institute for Nuclear Physics, in a statement released late Thursday. Ferroni is one of 160 physicists involved in the international collaboration known as OPERA (Oscillation Project with Emulsion Tracking Apparatus) that performed the experiment.
While the second experiment “has made an important test of consistency of its result,” Ferroni added, “a final word can only be said by analogous measurements performed elsewhere in the world.”
That is, more tests are needed, and on other experimental setups. There is still a large crowd of skeptical physicists who suspect that the original measurement done in September was an error.
Should the results stand, they would upend more than a century of modern physics.
In the first round of experiments, a massive detector buried in a mountain in Gran Sasso, Italy, recorded neutrinos generated at the CERN particle accelerator on the French-Swiss border arriving 60 nanoseconds sooner than expected. CERN is the French acronym for European Council for Nuclear Research.
A chorus of critiques from physicists soon followed. Among other possible errors, some suggested that the neutrinos generated at CERN were smeared into bunches too wide to measure precisely.
So in recent weeks, the OPERA team tightened the packets of neutrinos that CERN sent sailing toward Italy. Such tightening removed some uncertainty in the neutrinos’ speed.
The detector still saw neutrinos moving faster than light.
“One of the eventual systematic errors is now out of the way,” said Jacques Martino, director of the National Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics in France, in a statement.
But the faster-than-light drama is far from over, Martino added. The OPERA team is discussing more cross-checks, he added, including possibly running a fiber the 454 miles between the sites.
For more than a century, the speed of light has been locked in as the universe’s ultimate speed limit. No experiment had seen anything moving faster than light, which zips along at 186,000 miles per second.
Much of modern physics — including Albert Einstein’s famous theory of relativity — is built on that ultimate speed limit.
The scientific world stopped and gaped in September when the OPERA team announced it had seen neutrinos moving just a hint faster than light.
“If it’s correct, it’s phenomenal,” said Rob Plunkett, a scientist at Fermilab, the Department of Energy physics laboratory in Illinois, in September. “We’d be looking at a whole new set of rules” for how the universe works.
« on: November 19, 2011, 07:26:24 PM »
Gone in 60 nanoseconds
By Charles Krauthammer, Published: October 6
“We don’t allow faster-than-light neutrinos in here,” says the bartender.
A neutrino walks into a bar.
— Joke circulating on the Internet
The world as we know it is on the brink of disintegration, on the verge of dissolution. No, I’m not talking about the collapse of the euro, of international finance, of the Western economies, of the democratic future, of the unipolar moment, of the American dream, of French banks, of Greece as a going concern, of Europe as an idea, of Pax Americana — the sinews of a postwar world that feels today to be unraveling.
I am talking about something far more important. Which is why it made only the back pages of your newspaper, if it made it at all. Scientists at CERN, the European high-energy physics consortium, have announced the discovery of a particle that can travel faster than light.
Neutrinos fired 454 miles from a supercollider outside Geneva to an underground laboratory in Gran Sasso, Italy, took less time (60 nanoseconds less) than light to get there. Or so the physicists think. Or so they measured. Or so they have concluded after checking for every possible artifact and experimental error.
The implications of such a discovery are so mind-boggling, however, that these same scientists immediately requested that other labs around the world try to replicate the experiment. Something must have been wrong — some faulty measurement, some overlooked contaminant — to account for a result that, if we know anything about the universe, is impossible.
And that’s the problem. It has to be impossible because, if not, if that did happen on this Orient Express hurtling between Switzerland and Italy, then everything we know about the universe is wrong.
The fundamental axiom of Einstein’s theory of relativity is the absolute prohibition on speed faster than light. Einstein’s predictions about how time slows and mass increases as one approaches the speed of light have been verified by a mountain of experimental evidence. As velocity increases, mass approaches infinity and time dilates, making it progressively and, ultimately, infinitely difficult to achieve light speed. Which is why nothing does. And nothing ever has.
Until two weeks ago Thursday.
That’s when the results were announced. To oversimplify grossly: If the Gran Sasso scientists had a plate to record the arrival of the neutrinos and a super-powerful telescope to peer (through the Alps!) directly into the lab in Geneva from which they were being fired, the Gran Sasso guys would have “heard” the neutrinos clanging against the plate before they observed the Geneva guys squeeze the trigger on the neutrino gun.
Sixty nanoseconds before, to be precise. Wrap your mind around that one.
It’s as if someone told you that yesterday at drive time Topeka was released from Earth’s gravity. These things don’t happen. Natural laws don’t just expire between shifts at McDonald’s.
Not that there aren’t already mysteries in physics. Neutrinos themselves are ghostly particles that travel through nearly everything unimpeded. (Thousands are traversing your body as you read this.) But that is simplicity itself compared to quantum mechanics, whose random arbitrariness so offended Einstein that he famously objected that God does not play dice with the universe.
Aphorisms don’t trump reality, however. They are but a frail, poignant protest against a universe that often disdains the most cherished human notions of order and elegance, truth and beauty.
But if quantum mechanics was a challenge to human sensibilities, this pesky Swiss-Italian neutrino is their undoing. It means that Einstein’s relativity — a theory of uncommon beauty upon which all of physics has been built for 100 years — is wrong. Not just inaccurate. Not just flawed. But deeply, fundamentally, indescribably wrong.
It means that the “standard model” of subatomic particles that stands at the center of all modern physics is wrong.
Nor does it stop there. This will not just overthrow physics. Astronomy and cosmology measure time and distance in the universe on the assumption of light speed as the cosmic limit. Their foundations will shake as well.
It cannot be. Yet, this is not a couple of guys in a garage peddling cold fusion. This is no crank wheeling a perpetual motion machine into the patent office. These are the best researchers in the world using the finest measuring instruments, having subjected their data to the highest levels of scrutiny, including six months of cross-checking by 160 scientists from 11 countries.
But there must be some error. Because otherwise everything changes. We shall need a new physics. A new cosmology. New understandings of past and future, of cause and effect. Then shortly and surely, new theologies.
Why? Because we can’t have neutrinos getting kicked out of taverns they have not yet entered.
« on: November 17, 2011, 07:03:03 PM »
Perhaps you can raise your vibration another way too. Go out and donate some of your time to a charity and cause to help some people who are in dire need. You will be doing something to make others happy and it will be easy to see the good things which you do have in your life.
« on: November 15, 2011, 06:32:20 PM »
Sounds like a good job with possibilities of new things in the future!
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