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Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?

 
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Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
Or seen an object go through them?
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
No, if they could walk through anything solid, they would also fall through the floor!
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
No, if they could walk through anything solid, they would also fall through the floor!
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Not necessarily
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
Technically, things aren't really SOLID, just atoms spinning around....closer when things are more dense, less close when the item is less dense.

Quantum physics.
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No, if they could walk through anything solid, they would also fall through the floor!
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Could doesn't mean always going to go through solid things.
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
Technically, things aren't really SOLID, just atoms spinning around....closer when things are more dense, less close when the item is less dense.

Quantum physics.
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Mashed up atoms sounds pretty solid to me.
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
Or seen an object go through them?
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Supernaturally only, there is no other way!!!!
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
I swear my friend's cat can. It will walk from one side of the house to the other, and then suddenly be back on the first side without walking back. I have no proof though....just suspicions. Maybe he's got a ninja cat tunnel behind the walls.
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
No, if they could walk through anything solid, they would also fall through the floor!
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Could doesn't mean always going to go through solid things.
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You would need some technology that only affected the object, if the technology affected you (as you can pass through solids), gravity would pull you to the center of the earth!
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
Technically, things aren't really SOLID, just atoms spinning around....closer when things are more dense, less close when the item is less dense.

Quantum physics.
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You are correct! Electromagnetic cohesion holds the atoms together.


Here is a question for all the brains out there.

What is someone invented a weapon that could stop the magnetic cohesion and you were hit with said weapon. blink

What would happen to you? What would be left of you after your atoms lose there magnetism and fall apart? Anything? scratching
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
Or seen an object go through them?
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Have you?
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
Comte Germain, maybe.
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
I once walked through a wall of stupid. It can get pretty thick around here, you know.
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
Technically, things aren't really SOLID, just atoms spinning around....closer when things are more dense, less close when the item is less dense.

Quantum physics.
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You are correct! Electromagnetic cohesion holds the atoms together.


Here is a question for all the brains out there.

What is someone invented a weapon that could stop the magnetic cohesion and you were hit with said weapon. blink

What would happen to you? What would be left of you after your atoms lose there magnetism and fall apart? Anything? scratching
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Yea, there was a star trek episode about that. The alien's weapon left a cube of left over carbon etc., sort of like syrofoam. It could be crushed in the hand to powder. hf
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
Technically, things aren't really SOLID, just atoms spinning around....closer when things are more dense, less close when the item is less dense.

Quantum physics.
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You are correct! Electromagnetic cohesion holds the atoms together.


Here is a question for all the brains out there.

What is someone invented a weapon that could stop the magnetic cohesion and you were hit with said weapon. blink

What would happen to you? What would be left of you after your atoms lose there magnetism and fall apart? Anything? scratching
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Just every microscopic particle of you now separated from the rest I guess, so it would be like the person vanished off the earth. Or my guess.
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
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Have you?
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No.
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
No, but people I used to work with saw me at the restaurant I had worked at. They saw it clear enough that the Manager called me at my new job and asked me to stop it. One of the employees at the new job said she wondered what was going on when I just stopped and stared for about 30 seconds and wouldn't answer her.
I had no idea this was happening until told and I don't remember anything unusual happening.
I did have a rather horrible time at that job.
Also the previous owners have been spotted from time to time and they are still alive.
I am a Human first and foremost.
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
When out of body, I walked through a solid glass door, really interesting experience. It blocked my getting out of this building until I remembered I did not have a normal body, so decided to just fade through the damn thing and did.
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
Technically, things aren't really SOLID, just atoms spinning around....closer when things are more dense, less close when the item is less dense.

Quantum physics.
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Technically speaking, things really are solid. Solid is a word to describe a particular state of matter. That's all.
Now things are technically not "solid all the way through." But no one is using that phrase.
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
Fuck yeah I have.

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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
Or seen an object go through them?
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All the object of this dimensions oscilate to a certain frecuency, in the same dimension they are tangible matter for the dimension.
If you view that event, then is posible to be viewing an alternate dimensions by the particular setting.

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Pixel can walk through walls. He hasn't learned it isn't possible yet, so we preserve this innocence. As with all operatives, the trick is in teaching just enough to get the job done without complicating the subject. Functional savants are surreal enough by themselves, they only require a team of concerted surrealists to truly amaze.
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Re: Have you ever seen anyone walk through a solid object, other person or wall?
classic

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