If you’ve taken from me. If you’ve disregarded me. If you’ve lied about me. If you’ve forsaken me. If you’ve gossiped about me. If you’ve slandered me. If you’ve mislead me. If you’ve abandoned me. If you’ve ridiculed me. If you’ve been false to me.
I forgive you. I release the ache in my heart to undo what you’ve done. I release the desire for a righting of the wrong. I release the pain of missing you and wishing it isn’t how it is. I accept your choices. I release my resentment for how they affect me.
“Today a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing its self subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves. Here’s Tom with the weather.”—Bill Hicks (via wethinkwedream)
“Our genetic code is translated by two super-families of modern-day enzymes. Carter’s research team created and superimposed digital three-dimensional versions of the two super-families to see how their structures aligned. Carter found that all the enzymes have virtually identical cores that can be extracted to produce “molecular fossils” he calls Urzymes—Ur meaning earliest or original. The other parts, he said, are variations that were introduced later, as evolution unfolded.
These two Urzymes are as close as scientists have gotten to the actual ancient enzymes that would have populated the Earth billions of years ago.
"Once we identified the core part of the enzyme, we cloned it and expressed it," Carter said. "Then we wanted to see if we could stabilize it and determine if it had any biochemical activity." They could and it did.
Both Urzymes are very good at accelerating the two reactions necessary to translate the genetic code.
"Our results suggest that there were very active protein enzymes very early in the generation of life, before there were organisms,” Carter said. “And those enzymes were very much like the Urzymes we’ve made.”
The finding also suggests that Urzymes evolved from even simpler ancestors—tiny proteins called peptides. And over time those peptides co-evolved with RNA to give rise to more complex life forms.”
Michael Persinger ( Laurentian University) applies the same specifically structured magnetic patterns across the brains of two individuals. One individual in a dark acoustic room, also serving as a Faraday Cage, is given a flash of light to the eye. In a separate acoustic room, another individual sharing the same magnetic patterns remains in the dark yet simultaneously experiences similar brain activity (response to light flash) to the other individual.
“…whoever looks from inside, knows that everything is new. The events that happen are always the same. But the creative depths of man are not always the same. Events signify nothing, they signify only in us. We create the meaning of events. The meaning is and always was artificial. We make it.”—c.g. jung, liber primus fol. iii(v)/iv(r)