Your fellow human (yfh)
7th April 2006 - 10:04 PM
Willpower towards a specific outcome -- not asking God to bless his soul when it hits the heaven's gate, after he's dead.
Heart surgery depends on the surgen, more then it does on the patient. It's a very physical and drastic body change. If human will has a chance of altering certain forces within reality, it wouldn't be very powerful, would it?
E.L.F. frequencies(hope I got that ab. right), the kind that ressonate with the normal brain frequency of humans, and the rotation of earth. These have been shown to effect humans.
If I'm not mastaken.http://www.nexusmagazine.com/articles/schumann.html
What about different areas of the earth, with different magnetism? I've read about the magnetics of an area also effecting human health/ability.
These are just two examples of big [not taken into account] factors that could have effected a test, so that a test worked in one area, but did not work in another area -- on earth, or at another time -- on earth.
Forget prayer and religion! This is the kind of test anyone can do. Have 1 bacteria or fungi culture that people will towards non-growth, 1 bacteria or fungi culture that is left alone, and 1 bacteria or fungi culture that people will towards expotential growth.
Compare results, repeat the test, and monitor the average success rate; the depth or power of effect change if more then 1 person focuses on the subject; record the exact percentage of change/effect average.
I would prefer if "God" was left out of this, and people tried to use their own will, instead of asking "God" to help.
"Some fare worse":
The reason why some people did fair worse, these where the people that were informed that others were praying for them. This was the effect of their own reaction to information, it wasn't the prayers.
As usual, I did not abandon my theory that higher life forms have the slight ability to alter "random chance", at this also [at times] effects the "random" genetic combinations of the sperm and egg cell = partial pre-selection [instead of pure "natural selection] during conception, before birth. This is why higher life forms can evolutionarily match things such as bacteria, who evolve purely by "natural-selection", but evolve much faster because of their reproduction and life span differences, when compared to us.
If someone really wanted to, they could probably disprove or prove my ideas within a few hours of google searching for good studies/tests/facts. I'll go search for a while now.
Thanks for reading, anyways.