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A perfect positive loop in 5 years with Toroidal (the first word sync on The Miraculist on January 3, 2014) and the answer to the second question on The Miraculist, does the outcome of an experiment depend on the thinking of the scientist.

First Question: What if, to live as though everything is a miracle?

Second Question:The question was, does the outcome of an experiment change based on a scientist’s beliefs? I can finally answer: YES.

This is the birth of the first Thought Circuit, with a synchronized proof with Liebert Thing #4 Proof. The Hermetic Principle #1 of Alchemy is The All is Mental, so Mind over Matter always.

“To think is to practice brain chemistry.” — Deepak Chopra

“…Words or the language, as they are written or spoken, do not seem to play any role in my mechanism of thought. The psychical entities which seem to serve as elements in thought are certain signs and more or less clear images which can be “voluntarily” reproduced and combined…but taken from a psychological viewpoint, this combinatory play seems to be the essential feature in productive thought — before there is any connection with logical construction in words or other kinds of signs which can be communicated to others.” —Albert

Einstein Thinking Einstein’s Famous Thought Experiments led to Groundbreaking Ideas Albert Einstein is widely considered one of the smartest people who ever lived, significantly impacting our understanding of the world around us. His General Theory of Relativity has redefined what we know about space and time and is one of the pillars of modern physics. What’s also remarkable about Einstein’s achievements is that they relied largely on his mental powers and the intricacy of his imagination. He was able to discern and relate very complex scientific concepts to everyday situations. His thought experiments, that he called Gedankenexperiments in German, used conceptual and not actual experiments to come up with groundbreaking theories.

The Organic Infinite Positive Feedback Circuit Loop, version 56

Experiment Circuit Loop: Think, Idea, Try, Do… syncs with the second question asked, Does the outcome of an experiment depend on the mental thinking of the Scientist? I say yes (from experience). The first answer to this question was in French.

Competition is the antithesis of Elegant Cooperation and Partnership

Science community

If you’re competitive in life, let's say, you used to be a competitive bicycle racer, and now you're in science. Then you’re competitive in science, and it's in the results of your experiments. It’s the antithesis of Elegant Cooperation and Partnership. Empathy goes hand in hand with Cooperation proof in Elegant Cooperation and Partnership.

Amazing Doctors

In Latin: “Primum Non Nocere”-“First, Do No Harm”

A Doctor Who Offers Hope Can be of Much Value

When medicine and science stop looking for cures and begin to look for vibrational causes, or imbalances, they will see a much higher rate of recovery. If a doctor does not believe that you can recover from your illness, your association with that doctor is extremely detrimental, for there is much evidence to show that people can recover from supposedly "incurable" diseases. There are only two factors that have anything to do with your recovery: your drive and your belief. And a negative, "incurable" diagnosis is hindering your belief."


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