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13 minutes ago, Janet W said:


You have hit the nail on the head sir!


I'd have to have seen all this for myself to believe it. I've had various experiences over the years, some of which appeared to be from "the spirit world" and whilst some of it was vivid and could be corroborated, it was not to this level. It sounds like the sort of thing that is in "ghost" films. 

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Yet again, this makes so much sense.

This is WHY so many that have come back speaks of family members coming to greet them at the light tunnel. It's because they never left and trapped in the Matrix.

If you go with them, you too will be trapped and start another slave life on the other side to serve a false god. So while you are living now, you are pimped to pray to a false god of your religion, when you die, you go to this god's heaven (not the true one) and become slave again. REPEAT! :classic_ohmy::classic_blink:



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On 6/26/2020 at 6:07 PM, itsnotallrightjack said:

I'm not even convinced that there's an "afterlife" although I think there might be. The Hadron Collider shows that there is no life after death ( evidence for spirits).

How does the Hadron Collider show there is no evidence for spirits? My understanding is that spirits reside in other frequencies and/or dimensions. Doesn't the HC just operate on our frequency/dimension?

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To Chris.

Thank you very much for your question. This is something that I'm doing reading on because my personal experiences over the years indicate otherwise; that we do live on after "death" but scientific evidence says not.

However, there is a difference between ghosts and spirits, as I think you probably know. They are not the same thing.

I'm not good at understanding physics, although I'm trying to understand it better. I fully acknowledge that these scientists know way way more than I do about the nature of the universe and "how it works" so I cannot discount their evidence and knowledge.

Ghosts and spirits would have to comprised of energy, but the Collider sees no evidence of their existence. Indeed the laws of thermodynamics contradicts they are even possible.

As to your question,  I'm afraid I do not know enough to know if the Collider is detecting "other dimensions" or not, or that they even exist.  I think they are only a theory at the moment. Scientists   have said if other dimensions existed they would be minuscule in size, as would worm holes.

If you know more about this, I'd be very interested to read what you have to say.

For what it's worth, I'm inclined to think that spirits are in another dimension to ours.



Below are pasted information from two science articles on this subject. I can't leave links at the moment or do quotes, due to that annoying blocking thing that pops up.

People have wondered for perhaps as long as life itself whether people's spirits can live on in the world once their body dies.

The collider is the biggest particle accelerator ever built. It is includes a huge ring of superconducting magnets and accelerators that fling particles around, sending them into each other at such speed that they can be used to understand some of the most fundamental properties of the universe. In doing so, scientists can find out how elementary particles interact and behave, and understand how they work to compose the world that we see around us.

The project has seen a number of things, identifying how particles decay and picking up hints that there could be new and unknown particles. But it hasn't yet found even a sliver of proof that there is anything that could make up a ghost.

If ghosts existed, then they would need to be made purely of energy, since by their very definition they can't be made of matter. But if they were made only of energy, they would quickly dissipate, because the second law of thermodynamics proposes that energy is always lost to heat.

The only way that they would be able to avoid that would be to have an incoming source of their own spooky energy. But there is nothing to account for that in the standard model of physics or anything we've seen in the particle accelerator.

"If we want some sort of pattern that carries information about our living cells to persist then we must specify precisely what medium carries that pattern and how it interacts with the matter particles out of which our bodies are made," he said in a special edition of his podcast The Infinite Monkey Cage that focused on the paranormal. "We must, in other words, invent an extension to the Standard Model of Particle Physics that has escaped detection at the collider. That’s almost inconceivable at the energy scales typical of the particle interactions in our bodies." Brian Cox.



Does our universe exist in more than just three dimensions?

Probably not on large scales, according to new research published July 23. The study found that across vast distances in space, the universe likely operates in just the dimensions we experience on Earth. The results are also helping scientists better understand the puzzling nature of dark energy, the mysterious phenomenon behind the accelerating expansion of the universe.

In October 2017, scientists used the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory  to detect a gravitational wave produced in the collision of two neutron stars. The event was also seen with traditional telescopes, allowing the scientists to simultaneously study the occurrence via gravitational waves and light waves. The dual measurements are allowing scientists to learn all sorts of things about our universe, including how many dimensions it might hold. The new results also offer additional evidence for  general relativity.

"General relativity says gravity should be working in three dimensions, and [the results] show that that's what we see," said Kris Pardo, lead author on the study and a doctoral student at Princeton University.

While general relativity has proven so far to be spot-on in describing our universe, there's one thing it can't explain very well: why our universe's expansion is accelerating. Scientists nicknamed the cause for this acceleration "dark energy," but no one knows what it is. Some theories modify gravity to explain the expansion, suggesting gravity works differently on large scales. Many of these ideas predict that other dimensions exist, and these could be probed by gravitational waves.

"This whole effort of looking for modified theories of gravity is in essence driven by the dark energy mystery. We're trying to find: Is there a way that we can tweak the laws of gravity to explain why the universe's expansion is speeding up?" said Tessa Baker, a cosmologist at Oxford University in England who was not involved in the study.

According to many of these theories, if extra dimensions do exist, gravitational waves would "leak" into those dimensions, causing the waves to weaken as they made their way across the universe. The scientists in the recent study measured how far the gravitational waves and the light waves from GW170817 traveled to reach Earth, but the researchers didn't find any hints of the weakening that would be associated with extra dimensions.

In the wake of the GW170817 event, many studies ruled out some of the modified gravity theories by calculating the speed of gravitational waves to determine their travel-time delay. 

The new results exclude only large dimensions. As such, they do not place any constraints on the 10-plus dimensions predicted by string theory — a theory in physics that suggests everything is made up of tiny vibrating strings. However, the new findings do show that across scales of about 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) up to at least 80 million light-years, the universe is three-dimensional. The finding further dismisses even larger dimensions, but only if they have visible effects on physics on scales smaller than 80 million light-years.

The researchers also used the data to calculate the lifetime of the graviton, a theoretical particle that, if it exists, conveys the force of gravity. That lifetime is at least 450 million years, the scientists found. In other words the graviton isn’t decaying into lighter particles over this time. Some modified gravity theories predict such a decay, so this calculation of the graviton’s lifetime could be used in future gravitational wave events that occur in other parts of the universe, helping to further test these theories.

The  collision event "was very, very local in cosmological terms — basically on our doorstep," Baker said.   But physicists would really like to see more events at greater distances (which would have occurred further back in time), because those would reveal if gravity or dark energy have changed over time, Baker added.

For now, the universe appears to have only those dimensions we're used to. But don't despair, science fiction writers and time-travel aficionados — smaller, compact dimensions may still be out there.

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I have had several of my cats die over the years.  They do not live long, but they are like shooting stars, short lived, but my they sure burn bright while they're here, and each one of mine dying was traumatic for me.   Both my wife and I have felt an invisible cat walking across the bed soon after one of our cats dies   Just a few nights ago, I was lying in bed about half asleep when I felt something jump onto the bed, start scratching at the covers, and then walk up and put its front "paws" on my chest.  I opened my eyes and there looking at me was a shadow figure of a small animal, like a cat.  It actually frightened me at first, and when it saw I was afraid it vanished like smoke.


Twice I have had close family members die, and then that night as I was lying sleepless in bed, thinking about my lost loved one, a large shadow has appeared in a corner of my room that stayed there for a few minutes and then left.  I believe this was my loved one coming to check on me, and probably making his/her rounds to each of our family.


My father in law was an Engineer and was really into electronics, ham radio and that sort of thing.  The day after he died, after all the visitors had left my mother in law's house to pay their respects, we were all sitting in the living room quietly when 2 different light bulbs blew out within a few minutes of each other.  I just know that was him telling us he was ok and that he was aware that we loved and missed him.



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