Post #17 – A New HypothesisMarch 2, 2013 - Author: Alva - Comments are closed
8:59 p.m. – Friday, March 1, 2013
My state of mind is changing. My thought processes are clear and delve deeper into my subconsciousness. I can only wonder why. My guess is that less of my brain is utilized in controlling my musculature, including the activity of my five senses; an equal portion of my brain is freed up for thoughts, memories, musings, and speculations. I can imagine events and scenery without having seen or experienced it. All events require energy, the force of which can be recorded on electronic receptors. Each amount of energy is recordable. Electronic receivers can record when you’re dreaming, when you’re sleeping, and when you’re thinking.
I have the ability to conjure up figures, events, or scenes. For instance, I can create an Aphrodite covered with long, golden tresses that leave exposed a perfect female body with one hand holding a trident. She is wading in ankle-deep surf and beckons me to join her. This figure is now a part of my memory and can be recalled. The strength of the event could have been measured and recorded scientifically.
Where did this energy come from and where does it go? Science supports my reasoning. The energy is released electromagnetically into the brain cells, but the energy is only changed in form, not used up. It leaves the body as carbon dioxide and water or radiation in a 360-degree pattern. Some of the radiation portion of the transformed energy is in the quantum-mechanics area of matter and leaves the body at the speed of light in all directions. It passes through the earth and the heavens and is distributed throughout the universe.
The point of my hypothesis is that I could eventually be a patient completely devoid of movement, dependent upon IVs for energy, yet unknowingly have a mind crying for expression. Science knows for a fact when the brain is still alive but does not know what is going on within it. Maybe unimaginable nightmares and grief.
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