Spooky Action: can we intuit what is happening at a distant location?

Spooky Action: can we intuit what is happening at a distant location?

By Heather Fraser

The study of quanta, the smallest possible ‘particles’ such as photons of light, ran into a problem in 1935. Physicists including Albert Einstein were unable to explain how such particles separated by large distances could still ‘know’ and respond to what was happening to each other. It violated the principle of locality. Colleague Erwin Schrodinger replied to this conundrum with the idea of entanglement: “I would not call entanglement one but rather the characteristic trait of quantum mechanics, the one that enforces its entire departure from classical lines of thought.”

Einstein called entanglement “spooky action at a distance”, an effect that has been proven many times. A Delft U. of Tech study published recently in Nature has again demonstrated that objects separated by a great distance still impact each other’s behaviour.[1]

Entanglement, however, can ‘decohere’. There can be a loss of coherence in the relationship of the particles and their environment.  Communication, one might say, is interrupted.

A more refined explanation to the spooky phenomenon, or the possibility of intuiting what is happening in a distant location (whether particle or person), may lie in the concept of scalar energy.

Scalar electromagnetic energy is ‘non-Hertzian’ and said to consist of stationary longitudinal EM waves that are accordion like along an axis of time, the 4th dimension. Scalar waves may be likened to a violin string that is contained and the energy reverses on itself but is stable. It is referred to as ‘standing energy’.

Scalar electromagnetic energy is created when two electromagnetic waves come together from two different converging vectors/angles; where the vectors meet, the equal frequencies cancel each other leaving standing or stationary waves. These standing scalar waves connect with each other to create matter through patterns and structures again, along an axis of time. These waves are locked together until they are disturbed.

Humans are said to be powered by scalar energy generated both inside and outside of the body. Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) observed that many things can interfere with this human or bio-scalar energy including AC current: wifi, microwaves, cell phones.  Is this Schrodinger's de-coherence?

It is suggested that the degree to which a person maintains maximum phase locked scalar wave resonance between these wave end points (particles, non-particles) is the degree to which one maintains excellent health and awareness. 

Scalar waves, also called Tesla waves, cannot be measured by conventional means and are not constrained by time and space as we know them. Human bio-scalar waves, again it is suggested, extend beyond the body and connect to the matrix of world and universal scalar energy.

And so, if we are woven into the fabric of this timeless energy, we are all connected to each other, like those particles – instantly and constantly. Are we able to know in thought form what is happening to each other regardless of the distance because of these scalar waves? And further, like those particles, can we know and with thoughts then influence each other? 

I would guess that Tesla saw thought energy as very real. In 1933, he conceived of a 'thought camera' that would project the energy of one's thoughts into 3-D reality. 

[1] https://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/22/science/quantum-theory-experiment-said-to-prove-spooky-interactions.html

https://www.nature.com/articles/nature15759



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