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quantum jumping


When science fiction becomes science.

Since the 1920’s, quantum physicists have been trying to make sense of an uncomfortable and startling fact—that an infinite number of alternate universes exist.

Leading scientists like Stephen Hawking, Michio Kaku and Neil Turok, all of whom are responsible for life-changing breakthroughs in the field of quantum physics, have all suggested the existence of multiple universes.

This jaw-dropping discovery was first made when, trying to pinpoint the exact location of an atomic particle, physicists found it was virtually impossible. It had no single location. In other words, atomic particles have the ability to simultaneously exist in more than one place at a time.The only explanation for this is that particles don’t only exist in our universe—They can spark into existence in an infinite number of parallel universes as well. And although these particles come to being and change in synchronicity, they are all slightly different.

http://www.quantumjumping.com/
Anyone trying this?  I’ve seen this idea popping up everywhere.  Any truth to it?

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2 responses

  1. Do you think this is at all quantum? (be sure to read the follow up article to properly answer!):

    http://kaldanis.blogspot.com/2010/03/prince-williams-occulted-numbers.html

    October 30, 2011 at 11:48 pm

    • I do think this is misuse of some good information to an extent. It is interesting none the less.
      It’s to bad the paradigm is such that information of this sort is filtered in such a manner.

      October 31, 2011 at 1:07 am

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