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Do Subatomic Particles Have Free Will?

Posted by keelynet on August 21, 2008

“”Human free will might seem like the squishiest of philosophical subjects, way beyond the realm of mathematical demonstration. But two highly regarded Princeton mathematicians, John Conway and Simon Kochen, claim to have proven that if humans have even the tiniest amount of free will, then atoms themselves must also behave unpredictably.” The article quotes Conway: “We can really prove that there’s no algorithm, no way that the particle can give an answer that is unique and can be specified ahead of time. I’m still amazed that we can actually manage to prove that.” – Source

Fascinating concept. Years ago, Nexus Magazine had a great article about the experiments of John Hutchison and a correlation to poltergeist activity. Unfortunately, the article is now for sale but used to be online for free. However, a simple search finds the article here for your perusal.

“Basically, what Hutchison did was cram into a single room a variety of devices which emit electromagnetic fields (such as Tesla coils, van de Graaff generators, RF transmitters, signal generators, etc.). He found that after they had been running for a while, effects began to occur that were identical to what have come to be regarded as poltergeist phenomena. Objects of any material levitated into the air and hovered there, or moved about and then fell; fires started in unlikely places around the building; a mirror smashed at a distance of 80 feet away; metal distorted and broke; water spontaneously swirled in containers; lights appeared in the air and then vanished; metal became white-hot but did not burn any surrounding materials; and so on.

Everything that psychical researchers have been documenting for decades as poltergeist activity – and that priests have been called in to exorcise – eventually turned up in the laboratory where John Hutchison’s device operated. Although it was made up of different parts, it operated as a single entity, and phenomena occurred in the same unpredictable way as reported poltergeists: you could be there for days and nothing would happen, then suddenly coins would flip and fly, water would swirl and a transformer would blow. And this brings me to an unfortunate aspect of the device: it has a tendency to destroy itself. It is worth recalling at this point that psychical researchers have in fact dubbed poltergeist activity as “destructive haunting”.

Therefore, I was vindicated in that it was clear that classical poltergeist phenomena are generated by EM field effects – but how?

Essentially it suggested that dynamic energy fields could combine and eventually learn to sense and react as a living entity. Also years ago there was an article about ‘Noids’ using electrostatic memory chips which seemed to take on a kind of rudimentary intelligence when properly stimulated.

Noids – the new Artificial Intelligence – 02/11/97 – in email discussions, I mentioned the SkyHeart device, claimed to be a unique form of AI that mimics its owner once programmed. It is supposed to develop a ‘heartbeat’ in the form of a pulsing blue LED and has all kinds of bizarre anecdotes associated with the operation of the units. Despite the $3000 price of the SkyHeart, the idea of an electrostatic matrix used to dynamically map a persons biopatterns intrigues me. I will eventually transcribe the SkyHeart audio to text. These new interactive AI devices are called ‘noids’. On checking out the Neutronics site, I am uncomfortable with them NOT posting the price of their hardware and imposing confidentiality agreements with purchases.” – Source

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