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Snacks for the Mind More Details at Http://vixra.org/author/rodney_bartlett

Authors: Rodney Bartlett

These are 6 short “Snacks for the Mind” (Food for Thought that I’ve written during the last 2 days). Actually, most of these snacks are from articles I posted to vixra months ago. I’ve only changed a few sentences here and there in the last 4, in an attempt to express my main thoughts very briefly (but still clearly). The first 2 are things I’ve been thinking about during the last week or two. Snack #1 - Cancer cells are incredibly difficult to eradicate completely. So let's take a lesson from the martial arts and use their own strength against them. Let them live - but only after they've been bioengineered to mutate back into healthy, functional cells and tissues that reproduce at a controlled rate. Snack #2 - Can radio telescopes and infrared telescopes be adapted to allow amateur astronomers to view celestial phenomena through clouds and rain? Snack #3 - Reconciling the Dark Flow with the Poincare conjecture and Figure-8 Klein bottles to reinterpret parallel universes, cosmic strings and wormholes. Snack #4 - Cosmic-Quantum Unification and Einstein being centuries ahead of his time + Intergalactic and Time Travel Snack #5 - MOND (Modified Newtonian Dynamics) that fits in your pocket or purse; De=Hv+G (Dark Energy = Hidden Variables + Gravitation) Snack #6 - God's existence proven by combining the inverse-square law with quantum entanglement! This Physics of the Impossible means evolution is not the Origin of Species - origin is due to a suprapantheistic unity of spacetime's spatial, temporal, hyperspatial, material, personality and mental parts; forming a union with humans in a cosmic unification (we know this as God). But "evolution" is still responsible for changes (adaptations) within species.

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