P-I-A's Quarterly Online Publication
Issue 15: April - June 2002
Neutrinos and Consciousness
The Mysterious Neutrino Has Mass (barely) and Changes
Neutrinos have the
smallest mass of all known particles in our universe, and they come in at least
three "flavors". The neutrinos have no electric charge and are extremely difficult to measure. Before you write them off as being
negligible, consider that there are about a billion neutrinos for every electron,
proton or neutron in the universe.
Here are the views of Amit Goswami, John
Wheeler, and David Chalmer concerning consciousness -- something we all have,
and yet, we don't know how it fits into the basic structure of the universe.
Associative Remote Viewing Presentation at
the 2002 CRV Conference
In the presentation, which is now online,
the 5 ARV protocols that we completed were summarized along with the results
concerning "beginner's luck" and Local Sidereal Time (LST).
Our most significant findings concern the realityof
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