Here’s an interesting take on quantum mechanics and human beings:
Quantum events that defy linear time take place within our cells continually. DNA’s intelligence operates simultaneously in the past, present, and future. From the past it takes the blueprint of life, applying to the present only the tiniest fraction of the information needed for cellular function (perhaps a billionth of its total data base), and reserving for the future the information that will be relevant years from now.
The double helix is the quantum storehouse of your future; here time is compressed and locked away until needed. At the instant you were conceived, your genes gained control of an entire lifetime of events that would unfold in precise sequence. At the quantum level, you live all these ages at once.
At this moment you are in two places at once. One is the visible, sensual world, where your body is subject to all the forces of nature “out there.” But you also occupy the quantum world, where all things change.
This is a personal synchronicity for me because right now I’m reading a book by sci-fi author Greg Bear titled “City at the End of Time.” The storyline is about the Last Descendants of Humanity in a bid to stave off the Final Entropy (Typhon/Chaos) is to create ur-humans who can exist simulateously in the past, present and future.
It’s been a better read than I anticipated and different from what Bear usually writes.
And thanks to my friend John of Opit’s Link Fest for the tip!
Scott Tips, of the National Health Federation gave an interview on March 15th, 2009 at Red Ice Creations about the Codex Alimentarius and concerns about food/drug , international and trademark laws.
If you’re one who’s concerned about how the Codex interprets the distinction between food and drugs, this is a good one to listen to.