ExoPolitical Waves II

November 9, 2009

A Few Implications and Applications of Torsion Physics and Morphic Resonance

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Implications and Applications of Torsion Physics and Morphic Resonance

Spin waves in condensed matter are a current and well-studied topic in modern physics. However, there is a less-known backwater in this field: Torsion Fields, the quantum spin of empty space; the large-scale coherent effects of the spin of the particles in the virtual sea.

Initial work in this field was performed by Einstein and Cartan in the 1920’s, now known as ECT (Einstein-Cartan-theory.) Currently there are rumors that spin waves have real physical consequences, and that useful technology can be based on such things. If “torsion fields” can be used for communication, they could explain such things as telepathy and PK. Most of the recent work has been done in Russia, but now and then interesting things appear in the US as well.

In Sheldrake’s theory of morphic resonance, similar forms (morphs, or “fields of information”) reverberate and exchange information within a universal life force. “Natural systems, such as termite colonies, or pigeons, or orchid plants, or insulin molecules, inherit a collective memory from all previous things of their kind, however far away they were and however long ago they existed,” Sheldrake writes in his 1988 book, Presence of the Past (Park Street Press). “Things are as they are because they were as they were.” In this book and subsequent ones, Sheldrake, a botanist trained at the University of Cambridge, details the theory.

Science begins with the null hypothesis, which assumes that the claim under investigation is not true until demonstrated otherwise. The statistical standards of evidence needed to reject the null hypothesis are substantial. Ideally, in a controlled experiment, we would like to be 95 to 99 percent confident that the results were not caused by chance before we offer our provisional assent that the effect may be real. Failure to reject the null hypothesis does not make the claim false, and, conversely, rejecting the null hypothesis is not a warranty on truth. Nevertheless, the scientific method is the best tool ever devised to discriminate between true and false patterns, to distinguish between reality and fantasy, and to detect baloney.

Essential to Sheldrake’s model is the hypothesis of morphic resonance. This is a feedback mechanism between the field and the corresponding forms of morphic units. The greater the degree of similarity, the greater the resonance, leading to habituation or persistence of particular forms. So, the existence of a morphic field makes the existence of a new similar form easier.

Sheldrake proposed that the process of morphic resonance leads to stable morphic fields, which are significantly easier to tune into. He suggests that this is the means by which simpler organic forms synergetically self-organize into more complex ones, and that this model allows a different explanation for the process of evolution itself, as an addition to the Darwin’s evolutionary processes of selection and variation.

Morphogenetic fields are defined by Sheldrake as the subset of morphic fields which influence, and are influenced by living things.

The term [morphic fields] is more general in its meaning than morphogenetic fields, and includes other kinds of organizing fields in addition to those of morphogenesis; the organizing fields of animal and human behaviour, of social and cultural systems, and of mental activity can all be regarded as morphic fields which contain an inherent memory.

Rupert Sheldrake, The Presence of the Past (Chapter 6, page 112)

Morphogenetic fields are said to contain the information necessary to shape the exact form of a living thing and may also shape its behaviour and coordination with other beings. The term morphogenetic field has also been used in a different sense by mainstream developmental biologists, as regions within a developing embryo that will subsequently develop into particular structures or organs. Since the 1920s, mainstream biology has used the term morphogenetic field to mean “that collection of cells by whose interactions a particular organ formed”. This usage is distinct from Sheldrake’s in that nothing external to the cells themselves is implicated. Sheldrake admits that biologists use the term “morphic field” as a heuristic device, which is conceptually distinct from his own use of the term. He says that most biologists regard morphogenetic fields as “a way of thinking about morphogenesis rather than something that really exists”.

A short presentation by “water memory” researcher Dr. Jaques Benveniste (at SSE 18) claimed that the “structure” of biochemicals can be impressed on water electrically using white noise and coils, and then the water will display some of the activity of the original biochemical. His experiment is fairly simple:

– wind two coils around a test tube containing a water solution having a particular biochemical. Benveniste mentions using “telephone pickup coils” taken from those suction-cup things (maybe the ones from Radio Shack? I know Tandy/Radio-Shack in Paris.)

– play white noise into one coil, sense the modified white noise via the other coil. A sort of “water-core transformer,” with the water containing the chemical being studied.

– transmit the “modified” white-noise to a distant location (or record it, then mail the recording to the distant location, or send it as a digitized .wav file over the internet.) Bandwidth must be about 22KHz, perhaps lower.

– at the distant location (where cross-contamination is unlikely) play the modified white-noise signal into a coil that’s wrapped around a test tube full of pure water. Shake the tube during this process, otherwise the water supposedly won’t “record” the pattern reliably.

– test for presence of the original biochemical. See if the pure water will cause appropriate reactions in sensitive bio-materials.

– alternately: play the modified white noise signal into a coil wrapped around the bio-sensitive material itself (such as a lab animal!) and see if it has any effect.

Scary thoughts: some tiny chemical concentrations have very large results. Play the white noise through a bottle of LSD, then send it into a coil wrapped around a human body. Will the signal cause the same reactions as if traces of the actual chemical were injected into the person? What if we amplify the signal and apply it to a very large coil? Would everyone in the vicinity trip out? Play the signal into the power lines and affect the population of an entire city? What if we use nerve toxin instead of LSD?

A field is simply an assignment of a quantity (vector, tensor, or spinor) to every point of the space containing it. The word torsion refers to any variable that describes rotation. Thus, torsion fields do exist. For example, an electromagnetic wave with circular polarisation can technically be described as a “torsion field”, although such a usage is rare. Spinor fields, in particular, Fermionic fields, also exist and are a useful tool in particle physics and quantum field theory. However, advocates of the spin field or torsion field theories claim that spin-spin interaction (itself a well-studied quantum phenomenon) can be transmitted through space just like electromagnetic waves, but does not carry any mass or energy, only information, and does so at speeds up to 109 times the speed of light. At the same time they claim that it is carried by neutrinos (which have both mass and energy), and that it does not interact with matter but, at the same time, can be generated and registered easily. Consider nonlocality as a direct influence of one object on another distant object, in violation of the principle of locality. In classical physics nonlocality in the form of action at a distance.

An early application of torsion physics is Raytheon’s Relocatable Over The Horizon Radar (ROTHR) System which is powerful enough to alter weather patterns (this may be classified but discussed in a public UN document.) The ROTHR system uses ionospheric propagation to detect and track targets at all altitudes and on the surface. The extremely long detection ranges permit a large amount of flexibility in the siting of each individual system to accommodate performance while achieving mission requirements. Each system can be remotely deployed and controlled by a single Consolidated Operations Control Center (OCC) that is located at the user’s convenience. All systems data is shared to provide a seamless transition of tracking information. The OCC can provide individual radar tracks that are fused, processed and reported to higher command levels or to a fully integrated sensor network.

Raytheon is currently evaluating the use of ROTHR to provide Wide Area Surveillance for a National Coastal Surveillance System for Homeland Defense. As an operational and deployed asset with ground-based results, ROTHR is called a low risk and cost effective, proven solution for improving the security of the U.S. Coastline.

What are the risks? Consider The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is an investigation project jointly funded by the US Air Force, the US Navy, the University of Alaska, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Its purpose is to investigate the ionosphere and establish whether some of its properties can be used for communication or surveillance purposes. Started in 1993, the project is proposed to last for a period of twenty years. The system was designed and built by Advanced Power Technologies (APTI) and since 2003, by BAE Advanced Technologies.

Other applications that I’ve listed in other posts on my Exo Political Waves website include FTL (faster than light travel) aviation by the folks at Boeing and Lockheed, that I know of. How much faster than light? Much more than 100 times. Enough for now…


1 Comment »

  1. Does torsion physics have anything to do with Viktor Schaumberger's vortex physics from the 30's? Have any mainstream researchers such as Karl Pribam connected the behavior of the mind on the brain matrix to torsion physics? Your reference to the ROTHR is the first implementation I have heard developed beyond "proof of concept." And not incidentally, Raytheon was the employer of the scientist who held the main HAARP patents, as I recall. I am interested in hearing more.

    Comment by zeitguy — November 10, 2009 @ 8:23 pm | Reply

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