Parallel worlds, multiple dimensions, quarks and superstrings, twistors, holograms and an enfolded universe, the collective unconscious, metaphysics imagination or, as the Twins would say, “Image-In-Action”
What is real? What is reality?
The Quantum World
Atoms are not really like this. None of it is solid. The nucleus and the electrons are only vibrations, and the electrons in particular don’t stay in any “orbit”. They change places with others in the same atom, or even anywhere else in the universe. Yet at our much slower level of vibration, everything is solid.
So what? Without the understanding of the quantum world we would not have such things as the microchip – so no computers or tablets, smartphones, SatNavs, MRI scanners; or lasers – so no CDs, DVDs or blu-ray players.
All sub-atomic ‘particles’ exist as waves, spread out over the whole of the Universe, and they can be in many different places at once – something called superpositioning. And if two ‘particles’ are paired together then they will act together – instantaneously – and that means even when they are so far apart that a light wave cannot go from one to the other before the change takes place.
Nothing can travel faster than the speed of light.
(Forget theoretical tachyons with a mass of the square root of -1). Yet, somehow those particles are in contact with each other. How?
Because space-time-consciousness is all one (Einstein’s Unified Field, Bohm’s Implicate Order).
Earth’s Magnetic Field
I love robins, especially when one joins me in the garden. The European Robin migrates as far as Africa by sensing the Earth’s magnetic Field – due to a protein in its eyes called cryptochrome. Along with many other birds and animals, we humans also have that in our eyes. Not a far leap to believe that, with more active DNA, Vertazians could see the field.
In the fifth dimensional world where the Twins live, the people experience Gravity Waves pressing down on them. These were first detected out in space by scientists on Earth early in 2016 and confirmed later that year.
If Vertazians can see the Magnetic Field, why not also Gravity Waves?
NASA is working closely with the European Space Agency (ESA) to develop a concept for a space-based gravitational wave observatory.
Aside is an impression of how they are generated.
NASA making great strides. In 2016 information on photons was carried 15 miles on fibre optic cables, then a photon in quantum state 3.7 miles along dark cables, both making a future quantum internet and totally secure communications real possibilities. So, not surprising that coming from am ancient and advanced race the Twins told me back in 2008 that their race can teleport people and goods – but they confessed it requires a great deal of energy.
Many people can see the electromagnetic field that surrounds the human body – in fact surrounds any living organism. The ability to photograph this was discovered by Semyon Kirlian in 1939.
Electro Photonic Imaging is a system that displays the aura in such detail that it permits accurate medical diagnosis.
Professor Romain’s computer consisting of a linked series of quantum units might be with us sooner than we think.
20 October 2016 it was reported that Sandia National Laboratories have developed a Quantum Bridge, linking quantum computers together.
Ordinary computers run on the basis of millions, billions, of yes/no answers, each answer having to be obtained in sequence. A quantum computer relies on “superpositioning”, where at each stage in the process both “yes” and “no” answers are held as possibilities until the end of the process is reached when a “chain” of “yesses” and “nos” is revealed. (That’s my take on it).
The speed of calculation is such that it is posited that a 256Qubit commputer would be capable of runnng the whole world!
Now IBM has a 5Qubit “working model”. Called IBM Quantum Experience, the development is not a full complete quantum processor just yet (this so far still doesn’t exist) but the one-of-a-kind system represents the latest advancement in quantum architecture. http://www.wired.co.uk/article/ibm-five-qubit-quantum-computer-cloud
And is developing a 20Qubit one!
Well, Professor Romain had better get going with upgrading his 8Qubit model!