Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Psi Lines, Standing Waves, Nodes, and their Affect on Perceived Measurements

Authors: Jeffrey S. Keen

This paper explores scientifically, mind-matter interactions by utilising the welldocumented phenomenon of mind-created psi-lines. Experimentation shows how the perceived length of a standard yardstick, or an aura of any object, is affected by the presence of psi-lines. Three distinct effects have been discovered. At a psi-line’s nodes, the perceived aura of any object, or any attempted measurements of length, decrease to zero! Measurements increase significantly when taken in the direction of flow of the psi-line, whilst the same measurements taken against the flow decrease. In contrast, transverse measurements produce a sine-like curve, but the equation is not a simple sine wave or a standing wave. The format of the equation involves a square root and is of the form: L = A * √sin (l * π/d). The conclusions not only demonstrate that mind-mind, and mind-matter interactions exist; that psi lines and nodes detected intuitively actually exist, and obey the laws of physics with significant enhancements; and that the mind interacts with the structure of the universe down to the Planck level.

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[v1] 2013-01-25 11:38:23

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