Relativity and Cosmology


This is the Spirit

Authors: Toshiro Takami

In quantum mechanics, whenever a red board comes out, the other always comes out blue, which is the spirit. It still seems to be a mystery, but I wrote in my previous book (Thoughts Are Faster Than Light viXra: 1910.0131) to explain that we are living at the same time as another dimension . As a psychiatrist, I have been focusing on research on hallucinations. Hallucinations suggest that we are living at the same time as another dimension. The reason that two related colors always emit different colors (red and blue) is said to be tied, but it is unknowingly tied by human will. The two are tied together by the deep unconsciousness of a person. It is tied to the deep unconsciousness of people who are difficult to understand with current science. My previous work (Thoughts Are Faster Than Light ViXra: 1910.0131) was written to explain it. People live next to another dimension. The human brain is simply an organ that commands this movement, and it is common sense that we are thinking of a different dimension located behind the human occipital area (only I But you may think so.) The brain doesn't think. The upper dimension behind the brain is thinking.

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