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Parallel universes exist and influence each other

A team of researchers proposes that parallel universes not only exist but also interact with each other influencing each other with a subtle force of repulsion.

That is, instead of evolving independently, these nearby worlds are conditioned. Researchers believe that their theory could help explain some of the strangest phenomena of quantum mechanics.

The concept of universes or parallel worlds refers to the existence of several universes or relatively independent realities.

Does this concept have a scientific basis? It seems that yes, since the development of quantum mechanics, the search for a ‘Theory of Everything’ and other hypotheses of current physics have hinted at the possibility of the existence of multiple dimensions and parallel universes.

From this perspective of seeking explanations for the most incomprehensible phenomena of quantum mechanics, a team of researchers from the University of Griffith and the Griffith Center for Quantum Dynamics, in Australia, works; and from the University of California, in the United States.

In this case, what the researchers propose – and in this lies the novelty of their approach – is that parallel universes not only exist but also interact with each other influencing each other by a subtle force of repulsion.

That is, instead of evolving independently, these nearby worlds condition each other.

Scientists Howard Wiseman, Michael Hall and Dirk-Andre Deckert also show in an article published in the prestigious journal Physical Review X, that such interaction could explain all the strange elements of quantum mechanics that, when applied at a macroscopic scale, “They seem to violate the laws of cause and effect.”

According to a statement issued by Griffith University, Professor Wiseman and his collaborators propose more specifically the following:

On the one hand, that the universe we experience is only one among a gigantic number of worlds. Some of these are almost identical to ours, but most are very different.

On the other hand, scientists argue that all these worlds are equally real, existing continuously over time; and that possess precise properties.

They also point out that all quantum phenomena arise from a universal force of repulsion between the ‘near’ (i.e. similar) worlds, which tends to make them more dissimilar.

Michael Hall finally says that his theory, baptized as “Many Worlds in Interaction” could even generate an extraordinary possibility: prove the existence of other worlds.

Hall explains about “Many Worlds in Interaction” that its beauty is that, “if there is only one world, this theory will be reduced to Newtonian mechanics; but if there is a gigantic number of worlds it will reproduce quantum mechanics. ”

This approach therefore, adds the physicist, “predicts something new that is neither Newtonian theory nor quantum theory.”

“We believe that, by providing a new mental image of quantum effects, it will be useful in planning experiments aimed at testing and exploiting quantum phenomena,” for example, in areas such as molecular dynamics, where they play an important role in reactions. chemical

Prudence is a maxim when physics tells us about invisible spaces. But we could also face a profound paradigm shift that would revolutionize our understanding of nature and that would open new fields of possible scientific thoughts.

While the tests arrive or not, and fortunately, in the parallel universe of the imagination, the multiple worlds continue to generate exciting realities.

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Can I stop seeing nightmares?

Waking up in the middle of the night from nightmare episodes, the plot of which would be envied by the best screenwriters and writers in the style of horror, we are relieved to realize that what was seen was just a dream.

Nevertheless, the body needs time in order for the heart rate to normalize, and the whole body to release a trembling numbness, sometimes reaching sleep paralysis. Considering how frightening and unpleasant nightmares can be, experts are interested in the possibility of preventing them, including a complete “shutdown”. Despite the fact that not much research has been carried out in this area, scientists suggest that people who know the techniques of lucid dreams can answer this question.

Nightmares appear only in the REM sleep phase and last no more than half an hour

Why do we see nightmares?

Experts are convinced that nightmares are part of human experience and represent some kind of interpretation of experienced stress and psychological stress, even though in most cases children from 7 to 10 years are exposed to it. Doctors do not consider rare nightmares a pathology, but if disturbing dreams happen too often, they can significantly affect the upcoming day and the life of a person as a whole. Frequent nightmares can be a symptom of a psychological disorder that could be caused by extreme stress, trauma or certain types of drugs.

Despite previous sleep studies, nightmares still remain only partially understood. At the moment, it is known that often nightmares are dreams of REM sleep phase or in the so-called REM phase, which is characterized by rapid eye movement and increased brain activity. It was found that at the time when a person is in the phase of REM sleep, his brain is almost as active as in the wakeful phase.

Lucid dream is the boundary state between the phases of REM sleep and wakefulness

Can nightmares be prevented?

According to an article published on the portal livescience.com, Japanese scientists have confirmed the existence of conscious dreaming and continue to conduct research on their study. For a lucid dream, it is customary to consider those dreams in which a person is fully aware of his condition and can even, to some extent, control the content of night vision, as well as leave it. Experts attribute “lucid dreaming” to a borderline state that lies between the REM and Wake phase.

Despite the fact that medical practice for the development of conscious consciousness is not yet used by doctors, some experts have already developed several methods for their development. For example, research results published in 2019 in the journal Frontiers in Psychology confirm the positive consequences for people suffering from constant nightmares after applying such an unusual therapy in a dream.

According to one of the methods, a person suffering from nightmares needs to set an alarm 30 minutes earlier than he usually wakes up, conduct his daily morning routines, and then go to bed again. According to experts, an awakening and a break between sleep, can help the human brain go to the intermediate stage between the phase of REM sleep and wakefulness.

According to experts, it is the intermediate phase that makes it possible to control a dream, and subsequently prevent nightmares, since brain activity in this phase of sleep allows a person to distinguish reality from dreams. Experts also note that lucid dreaming is only one of the methods to prevent nightmares, although they do not give guarantees of their complete deliverance.

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Ancient civilizations used acoustics to change consciousness and communicate with the dead

The prehistoric necropolis in Malta provides the key to the ancient use of sound and its effect on the activity of the human brain, and it shows that ancient civilizations used acoustics to change consciousness and communicate with the dead.

It is well known that ancient civilizations associated a particular sound with sacred knowledge. They isolated these hypersonic places from worldly everyday life and attached great importance to them because abnormal sound behavior implied a divine presence.

This is especially true for Mayans and the Aztecs, as evidenced by the chirping noise of the Kukulkan pyramid in Chichen Itza and the terrifying Aztec death whistle found on the skeleton of a sacrificial person found in front of the temple of their god of the wind.

Another example of how ancient civilizations used sound to change consciousness and communicate with the dead is the Maltese Hypogee Al-Saflini.

Al-Saflini and its mysterious sound phenomenon is located in the city of Paola, Malta. The Neolithic underground structure dates from the Saflini period (3300 – 3000 BC). It is believed that it was a sanctuary and a necropolis, as archaeologists have discovered more than 7,000 skeletons.

One of its rooms, known as the “Oracle Room”, has a legendary reputation for exceptional sound behavior. 

The room is a sound chamber carved with a rounded inner surface. The result is an echo, which is reflected throughout the hypogee.

Standing in Hypogeea is like being inside a giant bell. In certain places, a person feels how the sound vibrates in the bones and tissues, and also hears it in the ears.

The word spoken in the Oracle room is amplified a hundredfold and is heard throughout the building.

Now imagine how the oracle spoke, and his words rumbled with a roar through a dark and mysterious place with a terrifying impression.

So what happens in the oracle room?

A male voice casting spells in the range of 70-130 Hz could turn the entire temple complex into a trance inducing room that could stimulate the creative center of the human brain.

At these resonant frequencies, even small periodic motive forces can produce large-amplitude oscillations, since the system stores the oscillation energy.

The echo bounces off solid surfaces and connects before they disappear.

This highly effective acoustic technology allowed ancient people to change the consciousness of both the physiological and psychological behavior of those exposed to it.

How and why did ancient people use sound?

An international team of scientists recently uncovered the ancient mystery of the Oracle Room in the Maltese Hypogee Hal Saflieni.

As demonstrated in a new scientific study, each person has his own individual activation frequency, always between 90 and 120 Hz.

During testing, a deep male voice tuned to these frequencies stimulated a resonant phenomenon throughout the hypochondrium, creating the effect of cooling the bones.

Sounds were reported to echo for 8 seconds.

Archaeologist Fernando Coimbra said he felt a sound cross his body at high speed, leaving him feeling relaxed. When this was repeated, the sensation returned, and he also had the illusion that the sound reflected from his body to the ancient red-ocher paintings on the walls.

One can only imagine this experience in antiquity: standing in the dark and listening to ritual singing, while faint light flickered on the bones of deceased loved ones.

The same people also developed a complete solar calendar aligning the solstices and equinoxes, which still function today in one of the terrestrial megalithic structures.

There is no doubt that a complex school of architectural, astronomical and audiological knowledge existed already a thousand years before the Egyptians began to build the pyramids.

People in the Neolithic past in Malta discovered the acoustic effects of Hypogeea and experienced them as extraordinary, strange, perhaps even strange and “otherworldly”. Maybe they tried to talk with our alien brothers? 

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Man is an animal that has gone crazy. We are not born to be happy, evolution has no such purpose

The great Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung said:

Man is an animal that has gone crazy. There are two ways out of this madness: it needs to either become an animal again, or become bigger than a person.


Do you know truly happy personalities?

Most people in the world suffer for one reason or another all their lives.

  • Sitting in small apartments or huge mansions
  • In Tata Nano or the new Porsche
  • Playing games or working hard
  • Doing business or working for someone
  • Being married or single gay people.

How many stories in the world about married top managers who were found dead from substance abuse on escort yachts? How many movie, music and art stars have become alcoholics? How many people started wars and killed hundreds of thousands of people?

Happiness is not and never has been the goal of evolution. Do not die and extend your family – this is what is required of a living being. The rest is not important.

Man appeared in this world by chance. We are the product of coincidences that have led us to the fact that we are now “allowed” to think, speak, analyze, predict, create paintings, films and fly into space.

But all this does not bring joy in the end. Still bad. Anyway, something is missing.

Why? Good question. Joy can only be here and now, in the sense of one’s emotions and feelings. How animals can do this when they run for a walk, as young children can do, until they become morose adults.

Many of us watched a video in which a father spent 18 years in a row videotaping his daughter? The older she became, the more she turned from a joyful girl into a sad teenager.

We have been taught from childhood: it is impossible, it is impossible, it is not necessary, it is wrong, it is not necessary, it is necessary. This is upbringing, without it anywhere. Parenting is always prohibitions, restrictions, regulation. But such a life leads to the inability to enjoy the moment. We think about what other people will think, what awaits us in the future, what we still lack, what needs to be done, done, done. These voices constantly sound in our heads; they cannot be shut up for no reason.

We cannot go back and become animals again. So Jung is right, we need to become something more than a person. Someone who knows how and look to the future, and at the same time enjoy the moment.

How to do it? Another good question. 

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