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Do we really know everything ... #13381
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I was just thinking again … when you say to People that energy is everything, they don`t look that surprised really … does that mean that we already know everything and can calculate everything in nature from that very statement? Yes, because if we didn`t know everything around us already, wouldn`t we be walking around looking a little confused really? Also, everytime you make a New true statement People doesn`t look that surprised ether … I`m not debating against science, but it`ws just a little strange why People never really look surprised over anything ;S

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Re: Do we really know everything ... [Re: frankieberg1985] #13384
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Far from it, even with my knowledge, I still don't know it all. No one can or will unless we teach each other based on what we learn from alien/god contact. A reason for non surprise is for example, me seeing a NEWS! bulletin about Wormholes. I wouldn't be surprised, especially when Ouija boards are Moon Disks, Space portal (stable Black Hole) and a Sun disk is a Time portal, when eclipsed, and activated Einstein's Rosenbridge, simply by using a shard of Hematite and/or Quartz to use the Electromagnetic field to bend Space and Time creating a Wormhole for physical movement. The simplest Wormhole ever. All you need to do is whilst using the Ouija for the first time, declare where you want the exit to be, why Ouija's are considered dangerous is because people do not specify and it can punch through anywhere, including where Demons lurk.

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Re: Do we really know everything ... [Re: Zoa] #13385
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Originally Posted by Zoa
Far from it, even with my knowledge, I still don't know it all. No one can or will unless we teach each other based on what we learn from alien/god contact. A reason for non surprise is for example, me seeing a NEWS! bulletin about Wormholes. I wouldn't be surprised, especially when Ouija boards are Moon Disks, Space portal (stable Black Hole) and a Sun disk is a Time portal, when eclipsed, and activated Einstein's Rosenbridge, simply by using a shard of Hematite and/or Quartz to use the Electromagnetic field to bend Space and Time creating a Wormhole for physical movement. The simplest Wormhole ever. All you need to do is whilst using the Ouija for the first time, declare where you want the exit to be, why Ouija's are considered dangerous is because people do not specify and it can punch through anywhere, including where Demons lurk.


Never tried ouija board before

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Re: Do we really know everything ... [Re: frankieberg1985] #13387
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Just be sure to specify where you want the exit node to be and you'll be fine, think Flu Network from Harry Potter.


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Re: Do we really know everything ... [Re: frankieberg1985] #13388
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I think we know a lot but it is limited to our own scientific laws. Let me ask you the following ultimate questions that can never be answered due to those very same laws... What created existence and what created that? What created that? Did the creator of existence exist? If we ever find the beginning, how can it not have a creator? The creator of existence will break our laws because it must have been created before hand by another creator. This will make our understanding like an insect trying to understand fire. We are simply not able to grasp the the answer.

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Life is simply too good at what it does for it to stop right here on this planet. Life did not ask. It just took. It has happened before and it will happen again. I believe it happens all of the time on other planets too!
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Re: Do we really know everything ... [Re: frankieberg1985] #13389
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Answering your question though frankie85, I believe that everybody who can cook a slice of toast is a scientist in their own inherited right but science is a massive thing and it moves our focus from the biological to the physical, chemical, cosmological and even the psychological. Sometimes you may enter a scientific conversation with someone who seems to be of the same opinion but where is their psychology and heart at the time?

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Life is simply too good at what it does for it to stop right here on this planet. Life did not ask. It just took. It has happened before and it will happen again. I believe it happens all of the time on other planets too!
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Originally Posted by Music
Answering your question though frankie85, I believe that everybody who can cook a slice of toast is a scientist in their own inherited right but science is a massive thing and it moves our focus from the biological to the physical, chemical, cosmological and even the psychological. Sometimes you may enter a scientific conversation with someone who seems to be of the same opinion but where is their psychology and heart at the time?


I agree sort of

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