Okay, boys and girls. It’s official. The link between energy and matter has been made. The powers that be in the quantum science world are finally satisfied that the Higgs Bosun is a reality.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2013 was awarded jointly to François Englert and Peter W. Higgs “for the theoretical discovery of a mechanism that contributes to our understanding of the origin of mass of subatomic particles, and which recently was confirmed through the discovery of the predicted fundamental particle, by the ATLAS and CMS experiments at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider”
So, in plain English, what does that mean to you and me? For one thing it means that because we have “mass” the thing we call “me” started as energy and most likely all energy is derived from that thing called “light”. Yep, we are each, literally creatures of the light and respond and react to it as a matter of nature. Current medical science confirms that point.
Now here is where we begin to step into virgin territory, into the realm of speculation based not totally upon the science we presently rely on, but rather on the power of that science in the light of empirical logic. So let’s take what we know and do a little speculating.
Energy starts as light. Energy creates mass. Mass begets matter. The human mind is matter. All this we know. Is it so far-fetched then, to think that the human mind (and therefor human thoughts) cannot respond in many different ways to light energy? If the general theory of relativity is correct, then at the speed of light, there is no such thing as time.
Past, present, and future are simultaneous. If that’s true, then why couldn’t the human mind be ultimately capable of seeing into the past and the future as well as the present? There are those few today and in the past who have claimed to have that ability, albiet on a more or less limited basis. Psychics (real ones, not the phonies) and remote viewers, (look it up on Google — it’s real) have the ability to some extent. My speculation is that their right brain is more highly developed than most and eventually, in the long term scheme of human evolution, everyone will have this ability.
But, at this point in time, can we somehow trick our right brain into discerning future events? Probably. It’s called premonition, and the milder version of it is called intuition, and there’s more to it than you might realize. Medical research scientists have been studying the phenomenon vigorously. If there is substance to the theory, then the smart move is to use it to your best advantage, even if no one really knows exactly how it works yet. As this is a lottery science blog, the obvious direction is to use this possible knowledge to make some $$$ from the lottery that perhaps you couldn’t make without it.
Check out www.bio-pick.com for an interesting gadget that uses biofeedback to try to enhance the right brain power of intuition. Are you a gambler, or do you know someone who plays the lottery, and would love to have the help of this gadget? Could there really be something to this? Obviously I believe there is, but in the end, it’s up to you to decide.