Relativity and Cosmology


Psi-Lines, Chaos, Spirals, Magnetism, and Entanglement

Authors: Jeffrey S. Keen

This paper develops existing knowledge regarding psi-lines. The minimum size width and length that a psi-line can attain has been re-examined. This has led to a connection to the well established Megalithic Yard and to Feigenbaum’s Constant (δ), which leads to chaos theory and the ability of the mind to interact with space-time and the laws of physics. Two different types of spiral that terminate psi-lines have been quantified. For example, each has a different orientated entry point, and they have different properties. They are shown to be 3-dimensional helical coaxial bicones with one apex angle involving the Golden Ratio (φ), and the other sine 1/3; both universal angles. The mathematics of the different types of spirals has been explored. In the course of this research new discoveries have been made regarding the effect on psi-lines of the earth’s gravity, spin, and magnetism. In particular, magnetism has an important effect both on the brain and on the entry point of terminal psi-line spirals. The latter has led to a convincing example of remote macro entanglement. Key Words Mind; Consciousness; Psi-lines; Feigenbaum’s Constant; Golden Ratio; Magnetism; Entanglement; Chaos; Structure of the Universe; Cosmic and Subtle Energy; Dowsing.

Comments: 19 Pages. 12 Figures, 8 Tables

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[v1] 2012-04-27 06:46:41

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