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hoverbeast12345: Dude. This helps prove that we're all one.
Nocturnal Spork: For all I know, you're just a figment of my imagination.
hoverbeast12345: During the late 1970s, Prof Jahn decided to investigate whether the power of human thought alone could interfere in some way with the machine's usual readings. He hauled strangers off the street and asked them to concentrate their minds on his number generator. In effect, he was asking them to try to make it flip more heads than tails.
It was a preposterous idea at the time. The results, however, were stunning and have never been satisfactorily explained.
Again and again, entirely ordinary people proved that their minds could influence the machine and produce significant fluctuations on the graph, 'forcing it' to produce unequal numbers of 'heads' or 'tails'.
According to all of the known laws of science, this should not have happened - but it did. And it kept on happening.
Nocturnal Spork: Okay, hold on. I'm about to read it.
hoverbeast12345: Don't forget.
Nocturnal Spork: If we're all one, then by hurting anybody else, we're hurting ourself; By hating somebody, we hate ourselves; By loving somebody, we love ourselves. It would certainly change things if we were able to proove this as true. :-\
Nocturnal Spork: It'd give us all a whole new look on life.
Nocturnal Spork: If we were able to realize that we're all one, and that everything we do to others we're actually doing to ourself, maybe people will finally treat eachother nicely.
Nocturnal Spork: It could lead to a possible utopia, if we're lucky that is.
Cynics will quite rightly point out that there is always some global event that could be used to 'explain' the times when the Egg machines behaved erratically. After all, our world is full of wars, disasters and terrorist outrages, as well as the occasional global celebration. Are the scientists simply trying too hard to detect patterns in their raw data?
The team behind the project insist not. They claim that by using rigorous scientific techniques and powerful mathematics it is possible to exclude any such random connections.
'We're perfectly willing to discover that we've made mistakes,' says Dr Nelson. 'But we haven't been able to find any, and neither has anyone else.
Our data shows clearly that the chances of getting these results by fluke are one million to one against.
It is possible - in theory - that time may not just move forwards but backwards, too. And if time ebbs and flows like the tides in the sea, it might just be possible to foretell major world events. We would, in effect, be 'remembering' things that had taken place in our future.
hoverbeast12345: EXACTLY! You have to remember that there's an opposite to everything, so forward also means backwards!
Nocturnal Spork: One of these new technologies was a humble-looking black box known was a Random Event Generator (REG). This used computer technology to generate two numbers - a one and a zero - in a totally random sequence, rather like an electronic coin-flipper. 0's and 1's...sounds like binary code.
hoverbeast12345: That's what it bases itself on.
hoverbeast12345: I'm getting close to the end of the page. I'll let ya read the rest for yourself without quotes.
Nocturnal Spork: It'd be interesting if the series of 1's and 0's actually produced something.
'And if it's possible for it to happen in physics, then it can happen in our minds, too.' In other words, Prof Bierman believes that we are all capable of looking into the future, if only we could tap into the hidden power of our minds. And there is a tantalising body of evidence to support this theory.
hoverbeast12345: Okay.. I'll try to keep myself from quoting anymore.
hoverbeast12345: But this is exactly what I've been talking about, is it not?
Nocturnal Spork: h/o
Nocturnal Spork: Let me first finish this without interuption.
hoverbeast12345: Yes. That's what I'm trying to stop myself from doing.
hoverbeast12345: Ignore any more messages.
Okay people, remember all this stuff I've been talking about? Well, here's your proof! I've been telling yall about this stuff, although mostly Spork, and look! Here's your proof.. and while it adds questions, it's definitely matching what I've been telling Spork about for the past few months. Now you may know that perhaps what I talk about may perhaps be true. Add your thoughts and opinions wherever. I'm extremely interested in hearing.