PeteStarr wrote:That in itself would not prove it, although it may contribute to the submission of a more plausible hypothesis!
Mmm. The Kopenhagen interpretation of Quantum
Mechanics, and the result of the delayed choice
quantum eraser, do point directly to the fact that
the conscience of the observer interferes with the
result, and with the system that I describe, you
must be able to do what I say, Namely know the
lottery numbers in advance. No joke..
Even so the results of quantum experiments are
very difficult to accept, and physicists quarrel
about it and say just like you: There must be a
simple explanation for this. Even so What I write
in this book is where we stand. Really. And if
where we stand is applied you can do what I
The only new that I add to this is to use the
mind as the quantum laboratory, because we
are not yet able to do the experiment of the
photon lingering for an hour or so, enough to
make sure you have the results of the
lottery one hour before the second quantum
My Jesus says to me: My God, the Father and I, ... we love everybody..., yes even the sinners. Be assured however that we are not in love with everybody. Therefore I ask you to question yourself: Is God in love with me?