Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by SpiritualONE, Jul 22, 2006.
This Is Deep!!!!
Agreed. It absolutely amazed me to see how (ultra) sound could create an actual three dimensional picture of a child in womb.
Not the typical "oh yeah, I kind of see him" 2D photo. I mean it is as clear as a picture by my cell phone.
I'm a car audio enthusiast, and it seems like in 2006 we would have more concrete and clinically substantiated conceptions (laws?) of how sound behaves.
The "science" seems to be far more theoretical than it should at this stage. David Clark, Richard Clark, Dan Wiggins, Manville Smith (JL Audio) all make plenty of sense, but even they contradict one another at times. And the difference is rarely resolved, bc they speak off of experience and prior theory.
When we cease to look at matter as physical, and begin to realize that ALL is energy, then it puts a pretty interesting twist on how feats as such are possible.
It also makes sense as to why sound is so rarely understood.
It's not unlike our original perception of atoms and the more recent accepted view of so-called Platonic Solids. Then the rise of String Theory over Special Relativity and Quantum Mechanics. Then how there is always a smaller "particle." Electrons are broken down to biaps, zeles, quarks...etc.
It becomes quite evident that literally anything is possible.
The question more people should be entertaining is how.
Amazing story on that Brother though. Really touching. I followed the people.com link but found nothing more on him.
I feel that this young brotha uses all of his senses to detect things in his surroundings, not just his hearing. When I close my eyes I can sense most things around me. In the case of this young brotha, I think that his senses has been heightened by 85% of the extra brain power it takes to see with eyes.
According to a visually impaired friend of mine, it takes 85% of your brain's energy to see. He learned this in one of his classes for the blind.
This story confirms my belief that you can pick up vibrations from people and things.
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