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THE RICE EXPERIMENT

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Published on Nov 22, 2010

The best analogy or possible same effect I can think of is dry sand or rice on a speaker that form geometric shapes as a result of vibration. geometric shapes are structure.

so, brain waves are vibrations, vibrations cause structure and structure preserves the material.

The fact that we can pick up brainwaves from out side the skull, and especially at a distance means that we are projecting waves onto the world around us and we know sound has an amazing range of effects on matter as do all the other waves. feed that to your thoughts

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This is an experiment with rice that many people around the world have done already. It was created by a Japanese school teacher who became inspired by the work and research of Dr. Masaru Emoto.

I would think a logical prediction would be that all the jars remain white or they all mold, rot or ferment at near the same pace, but it seems too many people besides myself get this specific patten, bold or subtle.

Ignored jar shows molding
Negative jar shows rotting
Positive jar sustains most structure and appearance

I personally think it has something to to with the feeling of being stared at and many other phenomenon that demonstrate that we affect things by observing them.

Scientists like Dean Radin and his research on the effects of mind on matter, Rupert Sheldrakes research on "the sense of being stared at" (demonstrated at the Amsterdam museum of science ) and not to mention the years of evidence produced by Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research lab or "PEAR" all support the idea that we affect matter simply by paying attention to it.

I do not subscribe to mysticism or all of any religion or one philosophy but I've also dealt with numerous dogmatics that deny this up and down. even though it's obvious the thanked rice is ALWAYS more aesthetically pleasing and more edible looking if anyone was given the choice. In a few days most of America will sit and give thanks before THEIR food. I think it's relevant.

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