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Now every legend and every myth has some form of truth behind them but could some of them be true just over construed do to word of mouth or some other form. Take for instance the fountain of youth it in fact could be true but instead of a fountain which could have easily come about as to make the story more intriguing it could have simply been a pool of water with some form of mineral or enzyme or what not in it that could help slow down or replenish cell deterioration giving the effect of making one younger but rather then an instant effect the consent bathing in said water would garner some effect.
So if you go off this how many myths or legends can you all come up with and alter to have a rational face behind it like i just did in the above.
Could the phenomenon that Einstein called "spooky action at a distance" be explored to be used in teleportation or to prove the existence of wormholes/whiteholes seeing as how these particles are linked?
"As unfathomable as it sounds, repeatable experiments reveal that quantum connections between two particles can persist even if the two particles are on opposite sides of the universe."
Taken from ( http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/physics/spooky-action-distance.html ) this site and this one ( http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/05/110501183605.htm) basically explain what I am talking about in case you didn't know.
Going off of this could the links they establish be used in proving the existence of wormholes and or whiteholes do to particles being linked such as the particles being linked from a black hole to a theoretical whitehole somewhere in an antimatter galaxy. Or to show that wormholes exist/could be made by somehow creating a physical link ie. rift in space, to the conjoining particles location?
This article I found also would help push the idea/theory ( http://io9.com/5805202/mysterious-cosmic-explosion-might-be-first-ever-proof-of-white-holes )
I would love to hear what all of you have to say :)
« on: 19/02/2012 19:36:10 »
Now I'm no meteorologist but I got to thinking would it be possible to make and use Ionized air particles to alter the weather in a theoretical sense. Such as having them introduced at a specific altitude to cause change in air pressure resulting in the formation of clouds which could then be pumped with moisture to make rain. Another noted part of my thinking was in addition to doing this to make rain clouds if it would be possible to use this if it could be done to disrupt and dispel storms?
I would really love some feedback please and ty :)
Hi I'm new here and I have this theory that I find sorta controversial if it ever were to be proven true and I have been wanting some opinions on it from people who know what they are talking about.
My theory Atomic Reconstruction is based off the fact that we can use highly intense electromagnetic fields to keep atoms or really matter away from a single atom of anti-matter for studying for less then a second well if we were to improve on the EMF's so that they could be stabilized at a much higher level that they could be then used on the individual atom and its components being mainly the protons that atom could then be reconstructed by having the EMF's take away a proton or feasibly add one to thus change the properties of the atom allowing for it to be changed. Taking from this if say at its highest form a portable version were to be made one could become a god as this would also in-tale immortality in the form of not aging do to having the atomic structure of our cells be renewed to keep us the same age, in addition to being able to change anything into anything else and protection from anything lethal do to an atomic shield. These are some of the applications aside from any given do to common sense.
So if anyone would be willing to comment I would appreciate it.
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