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Message Subject Harmonic Tremors at Yellowstone's Noris Junction Compare-O-Graph.
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Worrisome!

Do you have any thoughts or already formulated conclusion(s) on what possible effects could spring from this 'alignment'?


thx.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14102964


Higher tide than normal, Magnetic energy interference, seismic activity, volcanic activity, strange weather patterns, change in the conscious frequency etc...
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano



Please explain/prove why an alignment could cause a “change in the conscious frequency”.

thx.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14102964


Everything resonates at it's own frequency. Logic tells me, that when these resonating frequencies are perturbed or disturbed by some other frequency, they change. It's effects could be seen in everything around us. I am no scientist so therefore do not posses the knowledge to prove it. It's an observation I made.

What do you think. what do you think would happen If an orchestra is performing a melody and one of the players changes it's frequency? I think the melody would be thrown off. Well this same concept can apply to everything. You change the frequency you change the status quo.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Thanks for clarifying your knowledge background by stating that you’re “no scientist so therefore do not possess the knowledge to prove it. It's an observation I made. ”

Given the necessary resources, I personally believe that a non-scientist can prove claims such as the one you made when you wrote that “when these resonating frequencies are perturbed or disturbed by some other frequency, they
change. It's effects could be seen in everything around us.”

Just curious: what do you think of scientists or researches or anyone else who uses words such as ‘everything’, ‘always’, ‘never’ in their so claimed ‘facts’ or ‘conclusions’ or ‘statements’?

And one more (a little caustic) question for you: should non-scientists use words such as ‘everything’?


thx - I have more questions if you're ok with it.
 
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