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eem 11-25-2010 08:14 PM

The energy to 'prove' inherently ruins experiments.
So I underwent an interesting plethora of experiments not too long ago which revealed to me a deeper insight.

I attempted Emoto's Rice Experiment, if your unfamiliar with this, what you do is put rice in two separate, sealed, containers. On one container you write the word 'Love', on the other container you write the word 'Hate'. Hundreds of people have done this experiment on youtube to find that once the 'Hate' containers rice becomes moldy, the 'Love' containers rice is still perfectly white. In my own personal trial of this experiment, I had these same results. By the time the 'Hate' rice was moldy, the 'Love' rice was still perfectly white.

Some of you might think, "what the hell does writing a word on a container of rice have to do with its molding?" Well it's a bit more complex than that. What exactly this experiment wishes to exemplify is that human consciousness projects energy, and that energy affects the physical world around it. So the words 'Love' and 'Hate' by themselves have no effect on the rice, rather, it's the human interpretation of these words and the resulting energy these words make the human consciousness project towards the rice which makes the resulting effect on mold. The human produces the energies of 'love' and 'hate' upon reading these words, projects that energy towards each containers rice, and that energy effects how quickly it molds.

Again, my first trial of this experiment was successful, as was hundreds of others. So after the first successful trial I decided to repeat it with other corresponding loving and hateful words, to reproduce the same results. The container of rice with the loving word didn't mold while the hateful rice was all moldy. I repeated the experimented again with the same results. I was fascinated by this experiment at this point in time, I was amused like a little child who just got his first Lego set. I loved this experiment, and continued to play with it more.

Next, instead of words, I put a bunch of different shapes on rice. The Square rice was the most moldy, the triangle and the octagon rice were both a little less molded. Then the pentagon, hexagon and heptagon rice were not molded at all. Which was not surprising, I expected the hexagon to hold the best energy and produce the least amount of mold. As the frequency of love produces a cymatic of a hexagonal form.

I continued this experiment a number of times, and I began to track my results, recording the outcomes. I was preparing to put all my results to youtube to prove to all the scientific rational atheists the effects of human consciousness and love on physical matter. I was thinking in my head "this is going to be so great to prove this to people", my sort of child-like fascination and love of this experiment turned into a means to "prove" something to people, to "force" acceptance of this thought.

As I did this experiment more and more in an attempt to gather the results to "prove" it, something began to happen. The various words and shapes stopped having an affect on mold amounts. They would mold all about the same. At the time this perplexed me. I thought, does that mean that somehow all those early first experiments I did, did they turn out as expected just by random luck? This seemed so odd to me that so many early experiments turned out as expected, and so many hundreds of other people on youtube got similar experimental results, but then the results gradually began to go haywire, and unpredictable over time.

In most other experiments if something like this were to happen, with no variable being changed over time, the first experiments would of been considered random luck. But then I realized something, I realized that there was a variable that was changing over time and that variable was my own consciousness. If you remain in context here that the mold level of the rice is entirely dependent on the energy the human consciousness projects at it, well you have to take into account the entire complexity of the human consciousness in the experiment as a variable, and that variable did change over time. In the early experiments I did, I wrote the word 'love' on that container of rice from nothing more than a state of child-like curiosity. There was no intentions, nothing to prove, nothing to do, I just wanted to see, it was genuinely intriguing to me. At the time I was projecting the energy of only love and nothing else, meaning when I read the word 'Love' and the feeling of love was the only thing that went through my consciousness and my subconsciousness, the rice did not mold with that energy being projected on it.

However as the experiment continued and I wanted to 'prove' it to people, I wanted to record the data, present it to people, make it 'scientifically sound', the results of the experiment changed. No long was I just doing the experiment out of love and curiosity, but rather, I was doing the experiment out of the intention to "prove", to "make scientifically sound". I was no longer bringing just the energy of "Love" to the rice through my consciousness, I was now bringing through my consciousness the energy of "Love rice, don't mold so that I can scientifically prove this to people". And then the experiments begin to no longer function as expected once that intention came into play because the energy my consciousness was bringing to the rice was no longer just the energy of "Love". Only the energy of pure, unadulterated, unintended love allowed the rice to not mold. But once I wanted to prove this experiment to people scientifically, the energy of love I believed I was producing was not just the pure of energy of love, it was love with intentions behind, it was love with desires and wants behind it, it was not just "Love" is was "Love... and then some". Which that energy does not prevent mold, and thats why experiments declined over time, they declined with the purity of my love, intentions and the energy my consciousness produced for this experiment.

This is when I realized something, they very intention to prove scientifically will make countless experiments nonfunctional if human consciousness is a component. I could never scientifically prove to you that the energy of love effects physical matter, not because it doesn't, but because the very energy of "intend to prove scientifically" is something less than pure love, and thus it won't happen. I believe that many people will try Emotos rice experiment with the intention to prove it wrong, and it will do exactly that, it will not come out with the expected results, because they brought to the table something other than the energy of pure unconditional love, they brought to the table the energy of "prove wrong" and that energy does not stave off rice. Many people may even believe they bring the intention of love to the rice, but really this is just in their conscious mind, while in their unconscious mind they also bring the energies of "I don't know" "I'll just try it to see" or whatever else. The only energy that would make this experiment work is pure unconditional love down through your very unconscious mind, with no doubts or no other wavering energies in your concioussness or subconcioussness. It would need almost a zen-like state of being and balance of mind to have this experiment succeed.

I thought about this in relation to everything else concerning science, magick, mysticism, anything esoteric, spiritual, metaphysical. People are literally, and physically, manifesting the evidence to prove or disprove these things to themselves. The entire entity of 'scientific rationalism' I feel holds an energy to disprove anything beyond the flesh as flesh, which includes the source of pure unconditional love, so science inherently holds an energy to remove the source of pure unconditional love from the equation, and thus any experiment requiring such a love could never be proven to scientific rationalists. It would fail, as the presence of the intention to prove to scientific rationalists would dilute pure unconditional love.

This is why I do not hold any intention, ever, to prove to science, or scientific institutions, or scientific rationalists. The very presence, and involvement of this intention will... well, make me mold.

Don't get me wrong here, this doesn't mean I forego the scientific method, or scientific thought process. But it is nothing I would ever use to 'prove' something.

And I feel this is all rightly so, I mean this whole fad of 'forcing' your reality tunnel upon another person really went out of style with the Christian Inquisition, I really just see scientific rational atheists as having bad taste by continuing that trend.

RuHo 11-26-2010 03:25 AM

fuck you

TheMorlock 11-26-2010 03:29 AM

[QUOTE=RuHo;24589941]fuck you[/QUOTE]

Is he moldy yet?

gee 11-26-2010 04:46 AM

So let me get this straight.

We should accept any theory as true, since the act of verification of that theory (not the merits of the theory itself) will make the theory appear false.


Vendetta 11-26-2010 06:03 AM

You fraudulent, ignorant child. For all your posturing in this thread, your inferences remain no less ridiculous than those you framed in any other thread: "hey guys, I've reached this new state of understanding and made a ground breaking discovery...but convenienty, there exists no method of validation of my claims through experimental're just going to have to take my word for it!"


Biospider 11-26-2010 08:13 AM

This is retarded, and it angers me that people will spend time and energy proving to people like you how stupid you actually are.

You and Figment should get together...

thegrandpenguin 11-26-2010 10:15 AM

Oh good, ry_goody is back.

pyramid 11-26-2010 02:25 PM

[QUOTE=TheMorlock;24589942]Is he moldy yet?[/QUOTE]

lets put him in a jar and wait.

pyramid 11-26-2010 02:25 PM

can you feel the energy I am projecting towards you?

tegandje 11-26-2010 03:33 PM

Can I post Tegan and Sara pictures to show you how much I Scope your pumpkin and smasha We'll come through your hood worse than a tsunami disaster Don't know who they gonna get or who them robbers gonna hit

claw_daddy 11-26-2010 03:36 PM

I'd hate to say he's wrong but I guess I can't prove it

pyramid 11-26-2010 09:40 PM

[QUOTE=claw_daddy;24590248]I'd hate to say he's wrong but I guess I can't prove it[/QUOTE]

put some rice in jars and be unamazed...

SemperFly 11-26-2010 09:53 PM

why are we not allowed to exterminate people like ry goody

Biospider 11-26-2010 10:26 PM

[QUOTE=pyramid;24590478]put some rice in jars and be unamazed...[/QUOTE]

No no no... that's the POINT. Anyone going into this with a rational mind is going to make the experiment not work.

:lol: :lol: :lol: waffles

TheMorlock 11-27-2010 01:46 AM

[QUOTE=SemperFly;24590488]why are we not allowed to exterminate people like ry goody[/QUOTE]

because hitler gave eugenics a bad name

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