God and Quantum Physics
On the basis of quantum physics theories is Michael König in his speech before the vivid models of elementary particles with which their physical and mental qualities describe. The electromagnetic interaction plays a special role. Elementary conscious processes, such as information storage, can be already at the level of certain elementary particles - the electrons and positrons - locate. In order to confirm the results of the biophysical basis of modern science, namely that coherent electromagnetic fields - Biophotons - control the biological metabolism. Michael König supports his theories with experimental results and also introduced new technological applications that are used to increase our vitality, which currently leads to the development of novel products in the areas of wellness, treatment and preventive medicine. The speaker completes his speech with a philosophical digression in which he points out the potential consequences of the presented models of explanation of quantum physics for the humanities, in particular, exert their impact on the consciousness research, psychology and theology.
God and Turtles
By: Melody Crombie September 5, 2014
My son just brought home a cute box turtle that he found while out on his walk. It reminds me of my first memorable encounter with a turtle. It happened years ago in a small, nicely manicured, suburban backyard. The 'pet' was fished out of a pond with a rake and set on the grass several feet in front of me. Up to this point I was sitting placidly on a nearby lawn chair. I assumed that when my beloved let go of the reptile it would slowly amble around the grass, after it sat for a long time hiding inside its shell.
Boy, was I in for the surprise of my life! The turtle turned out to be a common snapping turtle with a very angry disposition. He puffed himself up and immediately charged toward me faster than most dogs can run. I was so shocked I screamed and knocked my chair over backwards in my fright to get away from this menacing animal.
I realized that my limited knowledge of 'Testudines' resulted from a brief exposure to a box turtle and baby water turtles that I'd seen growing up. Stories like the childhood fable, “The Tortoise and the Hare,” couldn't have adequately prepared me for meeting 'The Snapper' that afternoon.
I'd like to point out that if your only exposure and knowledge of the God of the Bible is limited to Children's Bible stories like, “Noah's Ark” or baby Jesus at Christmas, you are sure to be in for a rude awakening when you come face-to-face with THE GREAT I AM after you pass from this life to the next.
Get to know the REAL GOD today by reading the Bible, repenting of your transgressions and inviting the Holy Spirit into your life so you can run TO HIM when you come into his presence. He is very near, “God has said: "I will live with them and walk among them, and I will be their God, and they will be my people." ' 2 Corinthians 6:16.
Milky way supercluster
Laniakea:The Milky Way's Very First Address
By Rebekah Marcarelli firstname.lastname@example.org | Sep 03, 2014 02:31 PM EDT
Researchers determined our Milky Way is part of a supercluster of galaxies which has been dubbed "Laniakea," meaning "immense heaven" in Hawaiian.
The discovery clarifies the boundaries of the universe and gives our own galaxy an address for the first time, the National Radio Astronomy Observatory reported.
"We have finally established the contours that define the supercluster of galaxies we can call home," said lead researcher R. Brent Tully, an astronomer at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. "This is not unlike finding out for the first time that your hometown is actually part of much larger country that borders other nations."
Superclusters are sone of the largest structured in the universe. The superclusters contains massive clusters encompassing hundreds of galaxies and Local Groups encompassing only a few dozen; all of these galaxies are connected through a web of filaments.
The researchers proposed a new way to map out these poorly defined clusters by examining their impact on the motion of the galaxy. A galaxy between structures will be caught in a sort of gravitational "tug of war." The team made their finding using the National Science Foundation's Green Bank Telescope (GBT).
"Green Bank Telescope observations have played a significant role in the research leading to this new understanding of the limits and relationships among a number of superclusters," Tully said.
The Milky Way was found to be located in the outskirts of the Laniakea Supercluste, which is 500 million light-years in diameter and contains mass of one hundred million billion Suns spread across 100,000 galaxies.
The findings helped researchers gain insight into the Great Attractor, which is a gravitational "focal point" of intergalactic space that has a pull on our Local Group.
The findings will be the cover story of the Sept. 4 issue of the journal Nature.