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cambion is the birthing i was describing
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cambion is the birthing i was describing
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i recall seeing pictures of your clone family! lol
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cambion is the birthing i was describing
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i recall seeing pictures of your clone family! lol

they all seemed very uni-sexed! lol
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That is kinda what I was getting at with the 'snap together'.

It is impossible to resist.

It creates a pleasure feedback loop...and then..


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Seriously though. It causes a feedback loop that is near impossible to break out of.

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Lab-grown black hole behaves just like Stephen Hawking said it would

In 1974, Stephen Hawking theorized that the universe's darkest gravitational behemoths, black holes, were not the pitch-black star swallowers astronomers imagined, but they spontaneously emitted light — a phenomenon now dubbed Hawking radiation.

Researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology did just that. They created a black hole analog out of a few thousand atoms. They were trying to confirm two of Hawking's most important predictions, that Hawking radiation arises from nothing and that it does not change in intensity over time, meaning it's stationary.

"A black hole is supposed to radiate like a black body, which is essentially a warm object that emits a constant infrared radiation," study co-author Jeff Steinhauer, an associate professor of physics at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, said in a statement. "Hawking suggested that black holes are just like regular stars, which radiate a certain type of radiation all the time, constantly. That's what we wanted to confirm in our study, and we did."
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Being stuck there can last hours, days...weeks.

I've learned to skirt the edge, while it pulls me in. As long as it doesn't get a full lock..I can move away.

It is no different that sticking a magnet to a fridge.


How does the magnet remove itself? It doesn't. It requires another force..to pull it off.

ColorWave
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You know better than most..sometimes I can't get unstuck through my own will and it requires another force to pull away.


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Thread: Lab-grown black hole analog behaves just like Stephen Hawking said it would

Sigh... this thread is like monkeys trying to talk about quantum mechanics.

Hawking Radiation originates from the virtual particle pairs generated right at the event horizon. Usually these pairs are generated all the time and everywhere, but they exist only for the Planck-time before they self-annihilate. They exist for such a short time (and on "borrowed energy") that they don't really exist in a causal way. That's why they are virtual particles.

However, at the event horizon, one of the particles may fall into the black hole, which leaves its pair outside the black hole as a real particle. It may annihilate with a nearby anti-particle or produce radiation as it orbits the black hole at relativistic speed. That is Hawking Radiation.

Hawking Radiation is in the infrared spectrum, because the original gamma/x-rays become red-shifted by the immense gravity of the black hole.
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Whoa!

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The only place I ever experience what could be considered 'true peace' was in Oblivion.

And that was because I had no thoughts, no past, no body, no concepts..just a vague awareness of existence and pressure.

Like being a drop in the ocean and also the ocean, at the same time.

Goldenwave
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I wonder if that means my pair particle is inside a black hole. hmm

Would make all sorts of sense of things.

TicToc

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Another thing to respect in regard to simulation theory, is that it may very well act like Inception depending on what level of loop you currently reside.

It's fun to wonder things, then feedback does its thing. Like it do.

Thus..a thousand years is like a day..



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does find the others feel familiar
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as i am booking my consultation with a new dentist since my last visit to a dentist in july 2014 the time experience remembering that is just like you describe
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thinking about your experiences since summer of 2014 until today
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Feedback agrees.

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and every piece of electronics in the same truck is bricked.

whooptydoo
Any mechanical hard drives that were VERY close are wiped. Flash memory is fine around magnets

filmjolk
Yup since they run on electron clouds rather than magnetic discs.



I wonder if this is why memory and time get erased there.

Also the extreme crushing sensation. Need to think on this more.

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MIT Researchers Find That Magnetic Pulses Directed at Brain Change People's Ability to Tell Right from Wrong

A device that emits an invisible beam affecting a person's ability to tell right from wrong might sound like the kind of weapon a comic book villain would use to wreak havoc around the world.

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology say such a device allowed them to observe the effects magnetic rays have on a person's sense of morality.

In a new study, volunteers were subjected to magnetic pulses just above and behind of the right ear, focusing on the area of the brain believed to be the area controlling morality. The pulses were intended to block cell activity that contributed to the volunteers' sense of right and wrong.

MIT's researchers explain the study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

"You think of morality as being a really high-level behavior," Dr. Liane Young, the study's lead researcher, told the British Broadcasting Corporation. "To be able to apply a magnetic field to a specific brain region and change people's moral judgments is really astonishing."

To see what effect a 500 millisecond magnetic pulse had, researchers gave the 20 volunteers a series of tests. In one test, the volunteers were given an ethical dilemma: should a man let his girlfriend walk across a bridge he knew wasn't safe?

The volunteers based their answers on how the scenario played out. If the girlfriend crossed with bridge safely, the man wasn't at fault. The volunteers based their decision on the outcome of the dilemma, not the moral principle, because of the magnetic pulse, the researchers wrote.

In another test, volunteers were exposed to 25 minutes of weak electric currents that prevent brain cells from functioning normally. They then had to read stories about morally questionable characters and judge whether the characters' actions caused harm. Researchers found that the volunteers accepted morally dubious actions that resulted in a "happy" ending.[/Quote}

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..pulsed motion..
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All magnets lose their grip as the strength of the field they emit decays.

No matter how aligned an outside force exerted upon matter makes it's electromagnetic arrangement, it eventually returns to its original chaotic state of being.
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vaginal pacemaker
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bioelectric philosophy is morally unknown
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That makes sense. Once the lock weakens, I can break/move away.

But it takes various times depending on the strength. Avoiding getting too close is key but I don't always have the choice as this thread and others make witness.


There really is a point of no return..like that small amount of time/space when you get the magnet just close enough to the fridge where it is sucked from your hand.

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For a long time I referred to it as 'the line' and threatened to attack/kill any energy that crossed it.

I had some success there.

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Seems it is like activating a specific and concentrated aspect of psyche to have a strength or other abilities in a time of need.

In the case of my dream and switching to Superman, I see Superman as source of great strength of which I put part of myself into it for use at later time. Seems so. Like for an example, the Sandman or Dreamer in comics did put a lot of his powers into a ruby stone as being tool of his own for governing dream realm. Unfortunately, it got stole and used for bad deeds by someone. When the ruby stone broke, all powers returned to Sandman / Dreamer, thus making him more powerful than before.

But though, there could be a very good reason for making a ruby stone (ie Tool of choice) for purpose and limitation reason, but it has risks and consequences nevertheless (eg. got stole and used for evil deeds).
 Quoting: Xlegic


It's a good idea I just never considered. I always just fought as myself..or utilized prayer to marginal success.


Until one has been in an energy battle, they'll never know what it's like. I know I didn't. Until I did.

I only 'killed' if lines were purposely crossed. With that said..I'm sure the killing floor is strewn with thousands of corpses over the years.

Don't approach the line..and it is not a problem. Approach the line..and it's on.

I don't always win. But I often do....
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Hey thanks. Same to you.

I should be having breakfast with my mom right now and then be off to sell at an art show all day.

I actually really enjoy doing that show, and it is perfect it falls on Mother's Day, because I get to spend the morning and evening with my parents, after the show.

Hopefully it will be back next year.
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More than once. More than twice.

More than three times.


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sense 8 psychology moves morality
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Thread: The VOID (Page 140)

That is kinda what I was getting at with the 'snap together'.

It is impossible to resist.

It creates a pleasure feedback loop...and then..


singularity
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Seriously though. It causes a feedback loop that is near impossible to break out of.

 Quoting: Seer777


Lab-grown black hole behaves just like Stephen Hawking said it would

In 1974, Stephen Hawking theorized that the universe's darkest gravitational behemoths, black holes, were not the pitch-black star swallowers astronomers imagined, but they spontaneously emitted light — a phenomenon now dubbed Hawking radiation.

Researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology did just that. They created a black hole analog out of a few thousand atoms. They were trying to confirm two of Hawking's most important predictions, that Hawking radiation arises from nothing and that it does not change in intensity over time, meaning it's stationary.

"A black hole is supposed to radiate like a black body, which is essentially a warm object that emits a constant infrared radiation," study co-author Jeff Steinhauer, an associate professor of physics at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, said in a statement. "Hawking suggested that black holes are just like regular stars, which radiate a certain type of radiation all the time, constantly. That's what we wanted to confirm in our study, and we did."
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 Quoting: Ricky M


Being stuck there can last hours, days...weeks.

I've learned to skirt the edge, while it pulls me in. As long as it doesn't get a full lock..I can move away.

It is no different that sticking a magnet to a fridge.


How does the magnet remove itself? It doesn't. It requires another force..to pull it off.

ColorWave
 Quoting: Seer777


You know better than most..sometimes I can't get unstuck through my own will and it requires another force to pull away.


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vortex
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Thread: Lab-grown black hole analog behaves just like Stephen Hawking said it would

Sigh... this thread is like monkeys trying to talk about quantum mechanics.

Hawking Radiation originates from the virtual particle pairs generated right at the event horizon. Usually these pairs are generated all the time and everywhere, but they exist only for the Planck-time before they self-annihilate. They exist for such a short time (and on "borrowed energy") that they don't really exist in a causal way. That's why they are virtual particles.

However, at the event horizon, one of the particles may fall into the black hole, which leaves its pair outside the black hole as a real particle. It may annihilate with a nearby anti-particle or produce radiation as it orbits the black hole at relativistic speed. That is Hawking Radiation.

Hawking Radiation is in the infrared spectrum, because the original gamma/x-rays become red-shifted by the immense gravity of the black hole.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80109379


Whoa!

cool2
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The only place I ever experience what could be considered 'true peace' was in Oblivion.

And that was because I had no thoughts, no past, no body, no concepts..just a vague awareness of existence and pressure.

Like being a drop in the ocean and also the ocean, at the same time.

Goldenwave
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I wonder if that means my pair particle is inside a black hole. hmm

Would make all sorts of sense of things.

TicToc
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Could the energy be Hawking radiation?

It is totally invisible but absolute palpable.


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because you in our future are here our present it is likley that you will experience here in our present what you experience there and likely someone like me will utilize you in my future to experience you in my present
is what my threads explain can be true
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red sky at night here
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