Super Powers? Levinus posted:3/9/2012 7:45:14 AM I've been interested in super powers ever since I was a kid. I love the idea that a select few could possess supernatural abilities. My favorites are flying, mind control, and shapeshifting. As everyone knows, I'm a data whore. And when I research something...I dig deep. Really deep. As it turns out, super powers might be real. I've come across some pretty extraordinary things, most of which are done scientifically by trained professionals. The thing is, our modern age has no interest in the unexplained. I sum it up to job security/liability issues. Lawyers can make a mess of a scientist who is liable for damages. Thus, "professionals" aren't really eager to mess with this stuff. However, before you could be sued for saying super powers are real, a HUGE number of references exist. Like what? How about the story of Kamro, a Pakistani woman who bled out MORE than her entire blood volume when she gave birth, and still survived? (Gardner British Medical Journal, P 1930) Or Tom, who when hypnotized and told his daughter was invisible, could actually identify objects that the scientist held behind her back? He was literally...seeing THROUGH his daughter. (Talbot, Holographic Universe, p 141) Or the story of Sathya Sai Baba who can manifest objects? Even gold upon request? (Erlendur Haraldsson, Modern Miracles, Fawcett Columbine Books, pages 26-27) The list goes on. Other sources I've found (Charles Tart "Physiological Correlates of Psi Cognition" International Journal of Neuropsychiatry 5, no 4) (E. Douglas Dean, "Plethysmograph Recordings of ESP Responses" International Journal of Neuropsychiatry 2) (B. Robert Kreiser, "Miracles, Convulsions, and Ecclesiastical Politics in Early Eighteenth-Century Paris" (Princeton, N.J.:Princeton University Press 1978, pages 260-261)) Tons of others. Tons. I really prefer to have references in written word, simply because webpages can be deleted. People can cover up things. My personal collection is quite large. I really recommend checking out some of these at the library, or finding them online if you can. But does anyone have super powers? I know it sounds silly to ask, but seriously. I'm not really interested in psychic dreams or psychic anything. What about physical manifestations like the ones I described? Can you make gold out of nothing? Survive complete blood loss? Live without sustenance? Manipulate your body in some way?spiritech0 posted:3/9/2012 10:21:01 AM I've watched every single episode of Stan Lee's Superhumans, and you should check out them real life mutants. So far, martial artists are featured more often than the others. You want to see how these people's abilities f* up the world of mainstream science. Fast forward through the "entertainment" factor and get to the parts where these peole are being studied in labs. These arent circus sideshow freaks.gary107 posted:3/9/2012 3:22:04 PM in 1963 I was tested for spacial perception and pattern recognition and I was timed by a stop watch. I tested faster than what at that time was considered humanly possible in the California educationial system. I also have a number of physilogical exceptions. I am sterile, it is nature's way of saying "...let's not do this one again." I was the first person to determine the pattern to the Prime Numbers. In my youth it was taught that there was no pattern to the primes. I found that there are two strings of prime numbers [ 6n minus 1 and 6n plus 1 ] and each string has alternating formulas to remove out the non-primes from the strings. I was the first to determine the formulas in the 3500 year human search to find the pattrern to the Primes. I also wrote a formula for breaking the RSA super primes encoding process. Criminial people I meet realize I can see what they are doing, or trying to do, and so I become disliked by them, I am preceived as a threat to these "others." Some have even had me charged with "being a threat to others." I was the only person convicted of much a charge in California where the "others" who were involved were carrying out in labour racketeering, murder, and the thief of tens of millions of dollars worth of California state property in them late 1970's and 1980's. I was the only person convicted of such a charge by a Judge and I was neveer told of the conviction. I found it out by researching public records. The law was overturned as unconstitional yet I have been harassed by the San Diego Police Dept. from job to job over a period now of 32 years. It is not good to be better than others in anym way that they can determine. gary107 posted:3/9/2012 3:24:44 PM "...were carrying out labour racketeering..."gary107 posted:3/9/2012 3:25:09 PM "... in any way..." spiritech0 posted:3/9/2012 4:38:55 PM That's how the villains function, Gary... If every one of us was smart, they'd have to find another thing to boost their egos with as we populated the universe with creative geniuses. This is why we need superhumans (really, what normal people should be like) to get brave and get out there. Hopefully this year will prove to be the villains' undoing... Now, where is the elusive six-fingered man?creaturre posted:3/9/2012 9:08:33 PM Have you ever heard of Krzysztof Jackowski? http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1704337/pg1gary107 posted:3/10/2012 2:59:51 PM six fingers would have lead to a base 12 instead of a base 10 ncounting system, the patterns to the Prime Numbers would have been determined earlier. saw film where it is said they are studying dead aliens with six fingers. learned that after I found the pattern to the Primes. wish they had put it out two decades earlier.Levinus posted:3/14/2012 7:29:05 AM In Reply To:gary107 posted:3/9/2012 3:22:04 PM in 1963 I was tested for spacial perception and pattern recognition and I was timed by a stop watch. I tested faster than what at that time was considered humanly possible in the California educationial system. I also have a number of physilogical exceptions. I am sterile, it is nature's way of saying "...let's not do this one again." I was the first person to determine the pattern to the Prime Numbers. In my youth it was taught that there was no pattern to the primes. I found that there are two strings of prime numbers [ 6n minus 1 and 6n plus 1 ] and each string has alternating formulas to remove out the non-primes from the strings. I was the first to determine the formulas in the 3500 year human search to find the pattrern to the Primes. I also wrote a formula for breaking the RSA super primes encoding process. Criminial people I meet realize I can see what they are doing, or trying to do, and so I become disliked by them, I am preceived as a threat to these "others." Some have even had me charged with "being a threat to others." I was the only person convicted of much a charge in California where the "others" who were involved were carrying out in labour racketeering, murder, and the thief of tens of millions of dollars worth of California state property in them late 1970's and 1980's. I was the only person convicted of such a charge by a Judge and I was neveer told of the conviction. I found it out by researching public records. The law was overturned as unconstitional yet I have been harassed by the San Diego Police Dept. from job to job over a period now of 32 years. It is not good to be better than others in anym way that they can determine. Gary107 I'm sorry to say you are not the first person to come up with the 6n +/- 1. That is a portion of Fermat's Last Theorem, circa 1815. As for the RSA encoding, I would love to peek at your formula. No one that I've heard of can do that kind of math. Levinus posted:3/14/2012 7:38:24 AM Super powers are basically someone doing....something super, right? I'm sure most of you know what the placebo effect is. It is where a patient is given a fake pill/injection/IV, whatever. Even if it is just sugar or salt water, they still show improvements. Sometimes even more improvements than the target drug. See: http://www.jneurosci.org/content/25/45/10390.full Think about that... Pain, depression, diabetes, etc. All being cured because a person consciously or subconsciously believes the placebo is actually medicine. Which raises the question, if you could slowly remove the drug...would the effect last? Remember, a placebo could technically do anything. HGR's, testosterone, epinephrine, etc. Someone could literally be building massive amounts of muscle without any stimulation. Or hardening bones. And placebos work fast...really fast sometimes. I guess I'm proposing a question. If we believe, consciously or subconsciously that we can do the extraordinary, then shouldn't we be able to? Gary107 may be a math genius. Anyone else have something to add? Can you run fast? Hold your breath for a long time? Get cut open and not bleed? gary107 posted:3/14/2012 8:46:45 AM Fermat's last theorem was only proven recently by a Scottish mathematian. It has to do with the fact that A^2 + B^2 can equal C^2 , but the same can not be done in powers greater than ^2. You can not have a case where A^3 + B^3 = C^3 or any other integer that is greater than 2. Being able to generate the two equations for removing the non-primes from the strings of 6n minus 1 and 6n plus 1 that are similar but different from each other for each string of primes was only published in a small east San Diego county math journal back in the late 1980's. The means of breaking the RSA numbers was mailed to The White House in August 2004. The ability to see and express patterns that others can not see or express may or may not be a "super" power. 95% of all banking is done using RSA encoding, it could be a major disaster if ever teenager knew how to break them.Levinus posted:3/14/2012 9:51:08 AM I thought Fermat's last theorem was proven a long time ago in 1815 by a letter from a french mathematician, one of the great women mathematicians/physicists Sophie Germain. She made a few alterations, but generally had the proof well set. I also thought A^2 + B^2 = C^2 was discovered by Pythagoras, 530 B.C. And in planar math, of course you couldn't go above a square in Euclidean geometry. Explain how that interacts with Fermat's? I didn't know about the banking system using RSA. I know of one method of decoding RSA, but as far as I know from college, there is ONLY one. Its long and really time consuming and not fun at all. A teenager could still do it if they wanted to invest the time and worth through the modulation. I'm just curious to see how you are doing it. Whats the name of the math journal? I'd love to see if I can find it. If anyone reads through this who didn't study math in college, what Gary is talking about is probably the most efficient/fluid encryption in math. It works fastest by using prime numbers, due to the lack of factors. But by creating a "modulus" using really high prime numbers, you can have two secret "prime number passwords" so to speak. A modulus is basically like a decoder you get in cereal box. Same thing. A math wiz would be able to decode both passwords by knowing the modulus, thereby decrypting a message/bank account number/ etc. gary107 posted:3/14/2012 2:20:41 PM Yes, I took Number Theory in college. I also note that the group of writers who did the scripts for StarTrak: The Next Generation, were also very interested in Fermat's Last Theorem and wrote it into their scrpts as still being unsolved by the 24th century C.E. They were the ones who took my report on the discovery of a transmission from a "collective mind" and worked it into their writings as "the Borg." After 911 I sent the means for decoding the RSA method of producing large combined numbers from two 200 digits primes to the George W. Bush White House in 2004. RSA atmthat point changed their business slogan of "an breakable code" to "military level encryption."gary107 posted:3/14/2012 2:21:31 PM ...RSA at that point changed..."gary107 posted:3/14/2012 2:42:07 PM as for the script writers, they are what they do and they do what they are. Buy gold before 3/22. spooky1 posted:3/14/2012 3:33:46 PM Damn I always wished I was book smart. I was in special ed (bring on the jokes :) )math & I struggled. Just for one day to be smart.gary107 posted:3/15/2012 2:14:57 AM there is an inverse relationship between being smart and being happy. Word to the wise, beware what you wish for. Please log in or become a member to add a post.