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10 Scientific Studies That Prove Consciousness Can Alter Our Physical Material World

Everything we call real is made of things that cannot be regarded as real. – Niels Bohr

Arjun Walia
Activist Post

For quite some time now, physicists have been exploring the relationship between human consciousness and its relationship to the structure of matter. Previously it was believed that a Newtonian material universe was the foundation of our physical material reality. This all changed when scientists began to recognize that everything in the universe is made out of energy. Quantum physicists discovered that physical atoms are made up of vorticies of energy that are constantly spinning and vibrating. Matter, at its tiniest observable level, is energy, and human consciousness is connected to it, human consciousness can influence it’s behavior and even re-structure it.

4. NSA/CIA Remote Viewing Experiments In Conjunction With Stanford University

Remote viewing is the ability of individuals to describe remote geographical locations up to several hundred thousand kilometers (even more) away. This concept has been proven, demonstrated and documented a number of times.

In 1995, the CIA declassified and approved the release of documents revealing its involvement in the program that lasted for more than 25 years. (10) (9)

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here is another example

I am using my consciousness to cause my fingers to type these words, thereby altering our physical world.

“With laws shall our land be built up, but with lawlessness laid waste.”
-Njal Thorgeirsson

my saccades keep me trapped in time and your words hold them


Pandas is bad.

If true

how is it that the Titanic didn't stop sinking since presumably, all the victims wished that it wouldn't?

If so

then the ship would've sunk only half-way, right (unless the ship itself had its own ideas)?

Sorry, I remain skeptical where individual thought alone is the architect of reality.

Instead, my feeling is that a Creator has set the rules by which we meaningfully ascertain 'life'

OK, good. Skepticism is healthy.

What did you think of the other examples given in the article?

Pandas is bad.


I'll be honest in that I've just read the article (sorry), and there are many interesting points.

If these cases are true though, how is the Titanic quandary resolved?

by virtue of insanity.


Pandas is bad.


I guess the Universe will let us know, one way or the other X )

Thought literally influences

Thought literally influences matter. What you think matters most.

The power of thinking can manifest itself in physical reality.

Words are vibrations. Words are energy, but thinking alone is energy as well.

The power of positive thought is our greatest asset.

Our enemies aim to destroy positive thinking so they can create their own reality of hell on earth.

What people think matters the most.

95% of all warfare is psychological, not physical because there really is a war going on for your mind.

Think positive, and it will come.

I think John Lennon was really onto something when he sang about playing those, "Mind Games."

"LOVE is the answer, and you know that, for sure."


How crazy and ironic is it that a man who was famous for positive thinking was assassinated by a man under, "Mind Control?"

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.



Pandas is bad.

Remote viewing is easy. For instance,

I am positive that it is quite vacuumy and spacious "several hundred thousand kilometers" for here at this particular moment.

one of many videos attempting to explain the double slit


Great - but could someone explain these lyrics by Boris the Sprinkler:

"That's it you're it I quit,
My face is full of something
But my mouth is out of spit."

Pandas is bad.

SteveMT's picture

Einstein hated this e- probability: "God does not play dice."

Einstein initially rejected Quantum mechanics. Nice video, btw.

Cyril's picture

More exactly, he didn't buy into quantum mechanics as a complete

More exactly, he didn't buy into quantum mechanics as a complete explanation :

"[...] Quantum mechanics is certainly imposing. But an inner voice tells me that it is not yet the real thing. The theory says a lot, but does not really bring us any closer to the secret of the "old one". I, at any rate, am convinced that He does not throw dice."

Einstein's letter to Max Born, 4 December 1926; from The Born-Einstein Letters


(1st edition translated by Irene Born, Walker and Company, New York, 1971)

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.


"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius