More About “Spooky Particles”

I began wondering how a particle in or from a human could find the opposite particle to intertwine with? Would not that opposite rotating particle have to be in existence already? Maybe this opposite rotating particle would be in a different form like a gas, metal, rock, or air. At the sub-atomic level maybe all particles are built from a singular form and when they become intertwined only the base form is intertwined? Those questions are well beyond my ability to understand or to explain by mathematics or other human knowledge base.
I like to go back to the first phase of the dark wilderness where the Chief Architect placed Cherubs into separate ever-changing areas of the wilderness. What if each of these Cherubs had been given “x” number of fine particles to use as finishing touches of their realms? They could use those particles as they saw fit to enhance their realm as long as they followed the overall design intent of the Creator.
Those of us of Christian Faith believe that God knows everything about everything. Does that mean that God created everything at the same time? What about the dark wilderness before time and space were started (created) with the Big Bang? I tend to think that God created the original darkness as a wilderness without time and space knowing that when the appropriate time came a new phase of the wilderness would begin. I try not to place the mind of God as I understand Him in the small and insignificant realm of human logic but since that is all I have to work with, and it is God given, then perhaps, just perhaps, this idea of the Cherubs having an unlimited number of particles to be used as the catalyst for each human being to come along is not too farfetched. And it also settles the chicken and the egg question as to which particle came first.
Where are these particles that our particles will eventually intertwine with? Perhaps my opposite particle is of a form contained in a cosmic storm such as the ending of a distant star. So what? Perhaps my opposite particle will take multiple forms throughout this time and space phase or phases of the Universe. My mind says that it will make no difference if our particle and/or our opposite particle changes form, the two will always be intertwined.
We now are starting to understand that one participle can intertwine with other multiple particles. Now this makes the intertwining interesting and intriguing. What if the original particles as given to the Cherubs are originally encoded with the first father’s and mother’s DNA or similar information. From that we can guess that Adam’s and Eve’s particle created when the third human being was conceived is the basis for all human kind’s particles. That is in the sense of Human DNA.
Now that we have the scientific theory, if not proof, that Einstein’s theory of relativity and the “spooky at a distance” exists, how do these intertwined particles find one another? And then how do they know what level or in human terms, generation, the opposite particle comes from? If we take the human DNA as being at least some part of the information passed between human particles and their opposites, then it would seem humanly logical to believe that the particles are all encoded with the information on the generational DNA that allows the particles to understand the intertwining all the way back to the first human being (Adam and Eve?)
But what about the information on other humans we have known and loved throughout our life? Is not an intertwining possible with them too? What about our spouse whose DNA does not include our lineage? What about our friends we cared for and cared for us? As a computer scientist I can come up with possible methods by which these and countless others can be managed. But that would then place these intertwined particles within the grasp of the mind of a human. Even I cannot place myself in the position of being God or a Master Architect. I also know that the plans of the God of my understanding make everything simple. Perhaps that is why the scientists have such a difficult time trying to understand how everything works. They cannot believe that it is as simple as having faith.
A new article was just released that adds some credence to what has been written thus far. It also adds some very interesting concepts to our idea of intertwined particles.
Sea slugs aren’t the most exciting critters, but they’re certainly helping researchers make exciting new discoveries. Biologists from the University of California Los Angeles published a study in the journal eNeuro explaining how they “implanted” a memory from one slug into another.
In the first chunk of their study, the team, led by David Glanzman, worked with groups of a marine slug called Aplysia. One group of slugs got shocked on the tail once every 20 minutes for a total of five shocks. The next day, they went through the same shock session. The point was to prime them to use what’s called a defensive withdraw reflex — basically, the slug version of a flinch.
Painful Memories
When Glanzman and his team later physically tapped these slugs on their tails, the creatures contracted for an average of 50 seconds. But when the team tapped another, shock-free group, those slugs only shied away for about one second.
Here’s where things get interesting.
The researchers then extracted ribonucleic acid (RNA) — the cellular messenger that carries out the genetic instructions of DNA — from the nervous systems of both the shock and non-shock groups. They took this RNA and injected it into a third set of slugs that hadn’t had to deal with any shocks or taps. Seven of these slugs got the shock group’s RNA, seven got the non-shock-group’s RNA.
Next, the team tapped these RNA-injected slugs on their tails. Those that had received the shock group’s RNA responded almost exactly like the shock group: They recoiled for about 40 seconds.
“It was as though we transferred the memory,” Glanzman said in a press release.
So what’s the big deal? In the past, other groups have toyed with creating false memories, similar to what’s going on here. But many of these setups have involved using proteins to flag specific neurons, usually in mice. Then later, the researchers reactivated those tagged neurons in order to fiddle with whatever memory the cells were involved in.
Unlike these setups, which tend to look at how the neuron networks themselves are involved in memory, Glanzman’s group is using RNA to tinker with memory. It’s emblematic of his perspective on how memory works.
Most neuroscientists would agree that memory, particularly long-term memory, is something that lives in the synapse — the gap between neurons. But this study, combined with Glanzman’s previous work, suggests the nucleus, where RNA carries out its DNA transcribing, could be the key to decoding how memories are stored.
What seems to be happening is a transfer of memory from one snail to another.
In other words our RNA contains memory and memory is a result of learning and knowledge and repeated actions. This makes me think that our DNA transfers our ancestry, the chronological events of all past generations. The RNA passes memory. Maybe not all memory for there is both short- and long-term memories that would be or could be negative in context and reaction. I have to believe that if DNA and RNA can be transferred between our particles they would be of positive thoughts and actions.
This adds another dimension to our discussion. What if when our particles are created upon conception the memory of past generations is passed to our particle from the counter particle? This could go a long way to explaining why some people have cognitive thoughts about others they have never met or known. It also gives us a method by which our ancestors can pass along not just their genetic traits but their memories of past events. And if memory also contains learning and knowledge it would explain why the son of a carpenter most often gains the skills to do the same as the father.

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