EXCITING NEWS—at least to me: I was contacted by the world renowned Ryan Peverly—who read Quantum Orchestra—at occulturepodcast.com and participated in a Podcast. He gives a fantastic interview. I was nervous at first but ended up really enjoying it. It's 2 hours long. If you can only spare a few minutes of listening time, jump in at the end. I think you'll enjoy it.
A quantum-entangled state allows birds to navigate and connect to other birds for seemingly choreographed aerial displays.
In this video, individual birds may be connected as one living organism. Recent discoveries in quantum entanglement would explain their amazing ability not to crash into one another as an actual connection to the group could exist and information (a sense of movement) could be shared through this connection.
This is a flock of at least several hundred thousand grackles; none of them crash or split away from the group. They remain silent for the most part until they start diving into the resting areas—once they are released from the group. You will hear at one point a bird is very loud and seems distressed. It is possible the bird is trapped within the current of movement and unable to break away from the unity of the group, as that unity is stronger than its individual will to escape.
legitimate conflict between science and religion cannot exist.
Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.”
believe in God. You didn't determine that because of something you
read in a scientific journal. Your faith is stronger than any
scientific assertions made by man. You don't need to defend your
beliefs because an energy resonates with you—a feeling—that allows
you to know that God is real.
scoff at you, thinking you are weak for leaning on an imaginary deity
for comfort and guidance. They believe you are simpleminded and your
prayers are just your own thoughts bouncing around inside your skull.
eliminated God from the equation. They believe that there was nothing
before the big bang and no force was present to set creation in
motion, and then nothing caused it to explode. And they came to this conclusion with a brain that they believe was created by a random accident. In the absence of
scientific proof, God must not be real, and to them that's logical and