Quantum Physics of Prayer: Truth-Plane

by Oletta Branstiter Two Dimensions of Prayer  So far, in this series, we’ve become acquainted with an evolution from the zero dimension of Thought to the first dimension of Connection to God and all creation in real time. The second dimension refers to Light squared (l x w). The line becomes a plane – Thought vibrating in two dimensions. According to Biblical numerology, the number 2 represents a division or the second person of the Trinity. Light is EM energy. Einstein defined energy as mass multiplied by the speed of light…

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Quantum Physics of Prayer: Connection-Line

by Oletta Branstiter The Primary Connection If zero dimensions represent thought, the first dimension represents the trajectory of that conceptual thought. One dimension is the energy wave created when the thought-point interacts with the void, or antimatter. It’s like plucking one never-ending string on a guitar. Where does the thought-note lead? What does a one-dimensional wave create? The first verse of God’s Creation Song began, “Let there be …,” promising an evolutionary step up from a conceptual point. Antimatter resonates with His melody, fulfilling its destiny by becoming matter. This…

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Quantum Physics of Prayer: Thought-Point

by Oletta Branstiter Everything is a matter of thought. Physicists will argue that Nothing never existed. Antimatter (matter composed of subatomic particles that interact with other elementary particles) yearns to become; to fill the vacuum. A void is actually vast potential. Before the universe existed, the void was full of possibilities. Prior to His Creative Word, God, like every artist, had a concept.  Zero dimensions represent the thought that led to Creation, voiced by the Creator thus: “Let there be …” (Genesis 1:3) “When the Egyptians chose to depict the…

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Quantum Physics of Prayer – Introduction

by Oletta Branstiter Physics proves the power of prayer. According to science, everything is connected, energy is eternal, and consciousness is dynamic. Conclusion: Prayer has real power. Many of the world’s most successful physicists aren’t afraid to find proof of spiritual truth in science. “There can never be any real opposition between religion and science. Forms of religion which have a nihilistic attitude to life are out of harmony with the scientific outlook and contradictory to its principles. [T]heoretical physics … is a very active science and does make an…

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Knowing Just Enough To Be Dangerous: How Overconfidence Subverts Rational Politics

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By Joel Lehman   “The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.” -Shakespeare It happens every year. It’s the beginning round tryouts on the talent show American Idol, and a man confidently takes the stage, sparks in his eyes. He thinks he’s destined for greatness, this is his moment. The music starts, and with anticipation quaking, he smiles full of composure, and boldly unleashes — a cracked and cringe-worthy voice! Clearly, he can’t carry a tune if his life depended on…

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Will God Survive Science? Dan Brown’s Latest Novel Challenges The Creator

cover of the newest fiction from best selling author Dan Brown - "Origin"

by Oletta Branstiter “Will God survive Science?” This was the question author Dan Brown posed during an interview on a Dallas-Fort Worth radio station on the morning of October 5. He cited the fact that understanding oceanic science replaced the ancient mythology of Poseidon. Dan Brown is the renowned author who used his bestseller, “The Da Vinci Code”, to explore the idea that Jesus Christ married Mary Magdalen, who bore his child, leaving a legacy of DNA from the Son of God. His latest book, released on October 3, titled…

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The Findings Of The 2017 Nobel Prize Winners In Physiology May Lead To Health Benefits

Exhibit with portraits and names of past and present Nobel Prize winners in the biological sciences

by Richard Cameron Nobel Prize Winners for 2017 and their insight on how genes effect the biological clock For years, scientists have argued that humans and animals have internal biological clocks that regulate important functions, particularly sleep and that these clocks also affect brain patterns, glandular activity and other organs of the body. The reality of this was generally accepted in the scientific community, but the mechanism of how the bio-rhythms operated at the cellular level was not fully understood. Yesterday’s winners of the Nobel Prize in Physiology, Doctors Jeffrey…

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The Evolution In Non Animal Sourced “Meat” – The Impossible Possible Burger

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by Richard Cameron   We all recognize that changes in agriculture and food production are advancing at a rapid pace. Some of the changes are controversial for a variety of reasons. The Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) debate has not abated and some of the most egregious behavior of multi-national ‘Big Ag’ corporations have tainted scientific advances. Despite that, more changes are coming in your diet.  The subject of this report, is one that my family has been examining from a practical standpoint for the past 5 years or so. We…

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Laws Targeting Drug Dealers Have Bipartisan Support, But Will They Work?

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by Tony Wyman A new law proposed by Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker to charge drug dealers with manslaughter when the drugs they sell kill the user has strong support from many who see the state’s opiod crisis as one of the biggest threats facing the Commonwealth. But the bill has some skeptics who think increased jail time has little or no impact on drug abuse. If the law goes into effect, drug dealers responsible for the deaths of users would face a minimum sentence of five years in a state…

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Hurricane Irma Intensifies To Category 5 Heading For Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands And Florida

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by Richard Cameron TALLAHASSEE, FL National Compass is monitoring another tropical storm coming on the heels of Hurricane Harvey, but this one is expected by the National Weather Service to be headed, not toward the Gulf Coast, but towards Florida and possibly Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.  Hurricane Irma is already threatening the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico is issuing hurricane warnings. Irma has been increased to Category 4 with winds of 140 miles an hour – but they could ramp up even higher, to Category 5 and some…

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