> Aloha Kristin,
> Scientists objectively state that they study phenomena
> representing only 4% of the universe's actual composition:
> Visible physical matter.
> It is therefore logical that a transmission mechanism might
> exist in the other 96% (of what we know is present based on
> gravitational effects). But those majority constituents cannot
> be detected by our instruments. This vast 'blind spot' thereby
> renders orthodox studies likely incapable of providing
> mechanistic answers to questions about the collective
> unconscious, which could occur via invisible (to us) "dark
> energy" and "dark matter".
> I carefully read the Sydney Morning Herald news story 3 times.
> And IMO, it seems equally possible that the chemical changes it
> described are a consequence -- rather than a cause. Might such
> changes reflect collective unconscious transmissions, even
> among insect groups?
> This is a huge metaphysical topic that is challenging to
> cover in a succinct message board posting. It is discussed in
> my writings but required many chapters in Volumes I and II to
> do justice to the subject.
> Post Edited (04-Dec-13 22:03)
So we're back to quantum biology, then? :D