Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Using Noetics to Determine the Geometric Limits of 3-Body Alignments that Produce Subtle Energies

Authors: Jeffrey S. Keen

Attempting to link quantum physics with general relativity is one current approach to the comprehension of the structure of the universe. However, this could be an impossible objective as recent theories suggest that gravity is not a fundamental force but a consequence of the way information about material objects is organised in space time (e.g. Reference 27). In this theory, gravity is analogous to the flow of water, and involves a holographic universe, information, entropy, and chaos theory. However, such theories do not explain acts of observations affecting the results of scientific experiments. Many researchers, (e.g. Reference 51), including the author, believe that understanding the structure of the universe lies not just in physics and the above concepts, but in addition involves consciousness and cognitive neuroscience together with understanding the nature and perception of information. As Noetics and dowsing involve all the latter factors, it is proving to be a powerful and relevant research tool. This paper combines these considerations in a non-orthodox, but heuristic approach, linked by geometry. A previous paper, (See Reference 24: http://vixra.org/abs/1001.0004), identified that geometric alignments of three bodies, be they 3 pebbles, 3 circles drawn on paper, or 3 astronomical bodies produce a subtle energy beam that can be detected by the mind and measured. Intriguingly, this beam has a divergence angle involving the inverse of the Fine Structure Constant (137). It has also been shown to instantaneously communicate conscious information across the solar system. These facts suggest, together with other findings, that this "consciousness beam" is linked to the structure of the universe. This avenue of research is now further developed, by quantifying the limits of the alignment of the 3-bodies that is required to produce the subtle energy beam. The findings are that for observations made near the outer of the 3 bodies, the alignment must be less than arcsine 1/4. But for observations near the middle body, this alignment must be within arcsine1/5. This article is a summary of the concepts which are augmented on the author's website http://www.jeffreykeen.co.uk/

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[v1] 7 May 2010

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