Quantum Physics, a Discussion with David Van Koevering

 

The late David Van Koevering discussed quantum physics with Patricia King. He discussed ideas like

 

♦ atoms can be divided into
♦ electrons, photons & neutrons which in turn are divided into
♦ quarks which in turn are divided into
♦ superstrings.

This is according to a quantum physics theory called string theory. This theory requires you to accept the fact that there are eleven dimensions rather than the four we are used to:

♦ Length,
♦ Width,
♦ Height and
♦ Time.

In the interview with Patricia King below, David Van Koevering theorized that at least one of these superstrings travels faster than the speed of light. This means that it would pass through time. This in turn would give one explanation as to why people sometimes dream future events. The superstring simply brings people the memory of a future event.

Danger of Negative Speaking

It may also help explain how we can create our own reality. If we think and speak negatively, we can accept a negative thought that is on a trajectory through time.

If we think and speak positively, we can accept a positive thought that is on a trajectory through time. It is a fact that we can create reality with our thoughts and spoken words. Life and death are in the power of the tongue.     Proverbs 18:21a.

We’re interrelated

Quantum physics could convince you that reality is much different from what you thought it was before you studied the subject. For instance, consider quantum entanglement. This state occurs when particles such as photons, electrons and molecules interact physically and then become separated.

In experiments particles have been together so that the action of one affects the actions of the other. Then, after they are separated by over 100 km, a change in action of one still IMMEDIATELY affects the action of the other particle.

This concept is used in commercial applications of quantum physics.

Watch the television interview between David Van Koevering & Patrica King.

For more information, watch this
YouTube animated video.

Double slit experiment

You may have heard David Van Koevering speak about the double slit experiment. This experiment showed that the appearance of something can change depending upon the perception of the observer. For more information, watch the
double slit experiment cartoon below.


Faster than the speed of light

The idea of traveling faster than the speed of light can refer to the ideas of

  • Creative light &
  • Created light.

Creative light refers to the word God spoke when He created the universe. He spoke with the speed of creative light. One of the things created was the slower created light that travels at approximately 186,000 miles per second.

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