Here's what it's going to talk about. It's going to talk about the presence of something behind you. Let me preface this with a little bit of physics that I do understand. And I am no genius when it comes to physics. We have Einstein in physics to equals mc squared. And a lot of his theories and theorems were true, but they didn't go near far enough to explain the universe and what's going on. That's where the quantum physics comes into play is very confusing, but there's a couple simple principles that are, quote unquote, scientists have discovered. Number one is called quantum entanglement or particle entanglement. In other words, there may be five particles here on planet earth, and they are entangled with the five particles on the other side of the universe. And when you mess with these particles on earth, and get them moving. They will also move with the entanglement particles on the other side of the universe. They are connected.
There's also a principle in excuse me if I'm not quite right on this about perception, the quantum particles don't exist until you perceive them or think of them as existing, and that perception alone. I want to say, creates the particles or the particles become visible, something to that extent, to that extent the particles aren't there until you think them and you see them and then they're there. This is all part of the quasi strange quantum physics, but it's all part of what I want to talk to you about today. And this is called don't look behind you, because you wouldn't see anything if you did look behind you, because there's nothing there. There's the 3d matrix. In other words, I'm walking down the road.
And I'm seeing what the trees and leaves and airplanes and birds ahead of me, and then I want to see what's behind me so I turn around. Well, now I've turned around so what's behind me is now in front of me, so I do see what's there. But then I want to see what's behind me and almost see those So I turned around and now what was behind me is now in front of me and you get the point. You can never, ever, ever see what is truly behind you, because there's nothing there. Okay, and someone's gonna say well okay well let's say I'm walking down the road and I put a camera on my shoulder and I record what's behind me well now comes that quantum physics theory about when you perceive something you make it. Okay, so you're going to perceive something with the camera, and it's going to make itself. But I really truly believe that as we walk, we are a forward, seeing species we don't have eyes in the back of our head. We weren't designed to see what was behind us, we're designed to go forward and see what's in front of us. And we really can't see what's behind this again for the principles that I outlined above that I believe that makes us a forward looking species. So a lot of things come into play here, and you can look into it and a lot of different philosophies about. We're looking into the future we should not be looking at the past and that's true. What's in the past is in the past we can never relive it we should let it go. And it shouldn't harm us or hinder us today. We are if we should look forward tomorrow, or now rather. Now, this minute right now. But I want you to think about that, how we never have the ability to see what's behind us and understand the idea of perception and quantum entanglement. When you think you're going to perceive something or you perceive it, it will be there. I don't know how the scientists did the experiment, about the perception, but they did and I did read about it. And it is true. Again, our quote unquote scientists prove that fact.
And it goes into harmony and harmonics and all of this which is huge. But I want to put this on the web, and see what you folks think of it, so thank you. Have a good day.
Good afternoon, folks. I want to call this audio cast. Don't look now.
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