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  1. Teeluck
    September 14, 2010

    We are all connected…ommmmmm…Buddha bless you…ommmmm

    • Krell
      September 14, 2010

      Shinto presents some interesting ideas about this as well as well as the teachings of the Kabbalah. Not Quantum Physics but how connected things seem.

      There are a lot of things that I like about Buddhism.

  2. Teeluck
    September 14, 2010

    The Big Bang Theory is close but isn’t all there yet, in my opinion, and as a result there are subtle questions that still have to be answered…are there parallel universes and dimensions…does space/time actually bend to afford a wormhole and time travel…did we really have the mental ability to teleport ourselves, read minds and levitate… are men really from Mars, did our seed organism come from there or outer space?

    • Krell
      September 14, 2010

      Absolutely right about the Bang. The theories of Multiverses and 11 Dimensions seem so strange and out there that it just my be true.

      Maybe not in my lifetime but I feel that in my childrens, those answers may be found.

  3. Holte Ender
    September 14, 2010

    It’s no surprise mankind invents mystery cloud guys and winged people to explain how and why things are the way they are. Truth is fantastic and a lot more mysterious than any other ideas that desert Nomads come up with.

    • Krell
      September 14, 2010

      Truth always seems stranger than fiction. Quantum Physics seems stranger than imagination.

  4. Mother Hen
    September 14, 2010

    Sorry- I’m not on board with most of those camel-humping, woman-oppressing desert nomads and their medieval ideas.

    Spukhafte Fernwirkung is the name of my new theremin band.

    • Holte Ender
      September 14, 2010

      Wow – Quoting Einstein and in German too.

  5. Jerry Critter
    September 14, 2010

    Figure out the entanglement and we can then travel anywhere instantly. Well, the transportation industry will certainly try to block that.

    • Krell
      September 14, 2010

      They would still figure out a way to lose your luggage.

  6. osori
    September 14, 2010

    Krell this is great stuff! In some ways (entirely serious here) analogous to acid-induced conversations when I was young. In the way that light emitted travels perhaps all people and actions continue to exist somewhere, so we may at some point reconnect with our loved ones at any point in either of our lives. Which to me,means Heaven.

    • Krell
      September 14, 2010

      You are in great company when you mention expanded consciousness. From Huxley’s “Doors of Perception” to the writings of Alexander Shulgin.

      I have never understood why psychotropics have never played more of a part in religion. I know that peyote is sacred to some,but it surprises me that people do not realize that they are in effect, inducing expanded conciousness with other methods.

      Everything from 13th century monks, the Flagellants, to speaking in tongues and “slain in spirit”.

      Your interpretation of Heaven gives the possibility of connection with loved ones. Not a bad thought at all!

      Thanks Oso!

      • Holte Ender
        September 14, 2010

        Thinking is the best way to travel.

      • Krell
        September 14, 2010

        Agreed, whenever traveling it’s always best to be able to see the road clearly.

      • Gwendolyn H. Barry
        September 14, 2010

        My job description is something along lifting the mists….

  7. Gwendolyn H. Barry
    September 14, 2010

    It’s tuesday and you’re ‘what the bleeping’ me? LOL Are you really sitting over behind the quad at MIT shooting ball bearings into the 6th dimension?

    “spooky action @ a distance” = magic!

    When is the ‘twinning’ post? Excellent mind making Krell! Love it.
    :-)

    • Krell
      September 14, 2010

      LOL! Spooky action at a distance is one of my specialties.

  8. Jess
    September 14, 2010

    Hey Clive Barker writes some good stuff about other dimensions, that’s as close I can get to thinking about stuff like this. See Imajica as my example. Krell, my head exploded with all this, even Dr Quantum couldn’t explain this to me.

  9. The Lawyer
    September 14, 2010

    [Sound of water bubbling in a bong]. Hold it, hold it. [exhale] Far out.

    • Krell
      September 14, 2010

      Uh, this is different than any other day for the Lawyer…how???

      • Jess
        September 14, 2010

        He had to get all the tar because he ran out of the devil weed. Otherwise we might find him drinking the bong water.

      • The Lawyer
        September 14, 2010

        Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it. Lemon juice and sugar help it go down.

      • Jess
        September 14, 2010

        There is not enough lemon juice or sugar in the world, for me to drink the tarry water in my bong.

  10. fourdinners
    September 14, 2010

    This could mean you are related to me…

    Be afraid…be very afraid…;-)

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