Thursday, 3 April 2014

Now you see me, now you don’t.

As previously reported, according to physicists, atoms of which we are made consist of 99.9999999999999% (that’s right: 13 nines after the decimal point) empty space. One can but speculate how much more would we have to be rarified in order to become invisible? It seems evident that it is not the ‘mass’ that we see, but the light, or electrons reflected from other electrons. Likewise the reason we cannot walk through each other, or solid walls for that matter, is not the mass of the wall, which is likewise 99.999etc% empty space, but the negative charge of the electrons in the wall repelling the negative charge of the electrons, which are gyrating around the atoms of which both the wall and our physical bodies are made.
So how would we make ourselves invisible?
Just switch of the light and you’ve got it made. No reflection. Like the best among vampires. No reflection at all.
But there is another way.
If we could construct our bodies without using a negative charge, for instance out of neutrinos, we would not only NOT reflect any light, but consequently we would be invisible, and, as an added bonus, we could walk through walls, or the planet Earth, or any solid object regardless of size, without even slowing down. What are neutrinos? According to Google they are:

“Neutral subatomic particles with a mass close to zero and half-integral spin, rarely reacting with normal matter.”

So even though they do have, albeit negligible, mass, they do not interact adversely with the electrical charges in the atomic structure.
In my novel, WALL—Love, Sex, and Immortality, I examine the concept of quantum tunneling. I shall not repeat all the science involved in it, but would like to add that the process or method of “walking through walls” is already used in science. Not us folks, as yet, but the eggheads succeeded in overcoming the repulsion of the electrons.
Now if they also succeed in constructing anything out of neurons, we’ll have it made. Not only Yeshûa, but all of us could walk through walls. Please let me know if you have any latest work in this field. Perhaps I should add, that ALL events, which we regard, today, as miracles, are only laws of nature that we do not as yet understand. Luckily, since we are immortal, we have lots of time to study them. 

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