Subtle Energy for Healing; The Work of Dr. Yury Kronn

Written by Boyd Martin

In 1933 camerepparttar first hint that something was horribly wrong with Modern Physics' view ofrepparttar 127646 universe. The galaxies and star clusters were moving away from each other, and doing it in ways that just couldn't be possible givenrepparttar 127647 basic assumptions of science atrepparttar 127648 time. From that day forward, scientists have been baffled and befuddled asrepparttar 127649 view of reality continued to depart fromrepparttar 127650 mechanized nuts and bolts world ofrepparttar 127651 19th Century, into a fuzzier, more etheric and maleable one. The more scientists observed,repparttar 127652 deeperrepparttar 127653 conundrum became.

By 1997,repparttar 127654 Hubble Telescope was in full operation, and with this expanded view ofrepparttar 127655 universe,repparttar 127656 conclusion became that "something"--some kind of energy--has been continually rushing intorepparttar 127657 universe, pushing galaxies apart. It was dubbed "Dark Matter" because it couldn't be seen or measured, only deduced. This Dark Matter theory began explaining things in strange new ways for modern physicists, who were concluding that up to 95% ofrepparttar 127658 mass ofrepparttar 127659 universe couldn't be accounted for--an embarassing situation for many scientists...

However, these conclusions opened up huge possibilities forrepparttar 127660 understanding and verification of many forms of ancient medicine, as well as early theories about howrepparttar 127661 universe was formed and how matter is created. Enter Dr. Yury Kronn.

After spending nearly 20 years deep in research into quantum mechanics and dark matter, and serving as a professor at Moscow University, Dr. Kronn began to feelrepparttar 127662 constrictive effects ofrepparttar 127663 Soviet on his work, as well asrepparttar 127664 work of his colleagues. In 1982, Dr. Kronn, together with ten other Russian dissidents, organizedrepparttar 127665 "Trust Group,"repparttar 127666 first independent movement inrepparttar 127667 history of Russia for Trust and Peace between Russia andrepparttar 127668 Western world. In 1987, Dr. Kronn was again part of Russian history when he chairedrepparttar 127669 Disarmament Section ofrepparttar 127670 first Moscow International Symposium for Humanitarian Problems, which was broadcast aroundrepparttar 127671 world. The KGB and Russian authorities persecuted him for his social activities. Finally, he was able to immigrate as a political refugee torepparttar 127672 U.S. in 1988. Dr. Kronn arrived inrepparttar 127673 United States to start a new life with only a suitcase and $150.

Still on his mission to export his knowledge forrepparttar 127674 good of humanity, Dr. Kronn's immediate application of his research was in medicine. Withrepparttar 127675 U.S. alternative health business booming, Dr. Kronn found many eager ears for his theories and his work, and soon was able to constructrepparttar 127676 Subtle Energy Field Infusion Generator (SEFIG).

The SEFIG hadrepparttar 127677 unique ability to separaterepparttar 127678 "dark matter" or subtle energy fromrepparttar 127679 electromagnetic energy residing in any substance. It was able to extract and "save" this subtle energy "signature" and then generate this signal and infuse it into any object. Associations with alternative medicine practitioners, medical doctors and scientists, provided ample opportunity to testrepparttar 127680 effects of this subtle energy infusion on people. "You know that traditional Chinese medicine and philosophy userepparttar 127681 term 'Chi' forrepparttar 127682 energy which, according to them, sustains life in all living organisms," says Dr. Kronn. "Indians userepparttar 127683 term 'Prana' for this same universal force. Actually each culture has its own term for this force. My technology is based on equipment that allows access torepparttar 127684 world of that mysterious force we call subtle energy."

Another Dr. Kronn breakthrough wasrepparttar 127685 discovery of different sub-divisions, or frequencies, withinrepparttar 127686 subtle energy domain. In fact, he found that any substance had its own subtle energy signature. Additionally, by borrowing fromrepparttar 127687 ancient modality of acupuncture, Dr. Kronn was able to extractrepparttar 127688 energetic signatures ofrepparttar 127689 human acupuncture meridians, and infuse this energy into an ingestible substance, such as an ionic mineral solution. Says Dr. Kronn, "We print vital energy patterns onto magnetic tapes, infuse them into liquid trace minerals, crystals, oils and creams. Energy patterns can be infused into any substance capable of storing information. These energy infused substances serve as delivery tools ofrepparttar 127690 patterns torepparttar 127691 human energy system. We call them 'energy tools.'"

Test and after test, and extensive clinical use confirmedrepparttar 127692 same, consistent results among practitioners. Each time a client was given a subtle energy formula, it was like giving them a sudden jolt of life energy, or "chi," strengtheningrepparttar 127693 targetted meridians. In many cases, this new infusion of energy was sufficient to "tiprepparttar 127694 scales" in favor ofrepparttar 127695 patient over their condition or disease. "We found many effective vital energy patterns," reports Dr. Kronn. "One example isrepparttar 127696 pattern we call 'Stress Relief' (E-1). Ten drops of trace minerals infused with E-1 in a glass of water, relieves anxiety or agitation in minutes, relaxes tension, helps you sleep well, even for people who have sleeping problems. Imprinted in cream (E-3) this energy pattern demonstrates really miraculous properties. As a rule, it takes pain away--inrepparttar 127697 case of soft tissue damage, in less than a minute. It prevents bruising, prevents burns from blistering, and it drastically acceleratesrepparttar 127698 healing process."

Primes: Randomness and Prime Twin Proof

Written by Martin Winer


Randomness and Prime Twin Proof

Martin C. Winer

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Introduction Overview The purpose of this work is to look into some long pondered questions. First, isrepparttar distribution of primes acrossrepparttar 127645 number line random? Next, what is random anyways? Finallyrepparttar 127646 theories and axioms derived are used to solverepparttar 127647 long discussed “Prime Twin Problem” to show possible applications ofrepparttar 127648 understanding of what it means to be random.

Sieves and Patterns Consider all odd numbers starting at 3.

Mark a 1 onrepparttar 127649 number line whererepparttar 127650 number is a product of 3, (including 3x1), 0 otherwise. We get a pattern (sieve) such as:

1 0 0 1 0 0

3 5 7 9 11 13

1)The pattern is 100...

2)Note thatrepparttar 127651 numbers corresponding torepparttar 127652 zeros between 3 and 3^2=9 are also prime (5 and 7).

3)The length ofrepparttar 127653 pattern is 3

Considerrepparttar 127654 pattern formed by 3 and 5:

1)repparttar 127655 pattern is 110100100101100...

2) Note thatrepparttar 127656 numbers that correspond to zeros between 5 and 5^2=25 are also prime (7,11,13,17,19,23)

3) The length ofrepparttar 127657 pattern is 3x5=15

Definition of P(x) [The Xth Prime] In general

If we let P(x) berepparttar 127658 xth prime starting from 3 such that

P(1)=3, P(2)=5, P(3)=7 and so on, we can considerrepparttar 127659 patterns on a larger scale.

Definition of Pat(n) Suppose we define a function Pat(n) which will producerepparttar 127660 string of ones and zeros as defined above from P(1) to P(n).

I.e. Pat(1) = 100…

Pat(2) = 110100100101100… (That’srepparttar 127661 pattern or sieve of 3 and 5)

In such a case,

(1) The pattern will consist of 1's and zeros corresponding torepparttar 127662 products and non-products ofrepparttar 127663 n composing prime factors,

(2) The numbers corresponding to zeros between P(n) and P(n)^2 are guaranteed to be prime

[Why? because a number is either a prime or a product of primes. A zero means that it's notrepparttar 127664 product of any prime below it. The first unique contribution a prime factor gives torepparttar 127665 number line occurs at P(n)^2 = P(n)xP(n) because below that at say P(n)xP(n-1) can be rewritten as P(n-1)xP(n) and thus is already accounted for inrepparttar 127666 number line. Thus a zero between P(n) and P(n)^2 is not a product of primes and must therefore be prime.]

(3) The length ofrepparttar 127667 pattern will be:

P(n) x P(n-1) x P(n-2) x ... x P(1)

Unique Contributions of P(x) Description As we build iteratively build Pat(n)’s over time, each successive prime adds to our knowledge of which numbers are prime and which numbers are not. Inrepparttar 127668 case ofrepparttar 127669 prime number 3, we know that 3 is prime and that all (other) multiples of 3 are not prime. However, when we come torepparttar 127670 prime number 5, 5 does not ADD to our knowledge that all multiples of 5 are not prime. For example 15 is a multiple of 5, but we already knew that this number was not prime because ofrepparttar 127671 prime number 3. Therefore,repparttar 127672 unique contribution to our knowledge as we build Pat(n)’s that a given prime (P(x)) provides us is given below:

Definition uniqueContribution(P(x)) For any prime, P(x), define

UniqueContribution(P(x)) = {P(x)*k; k is odd, k>=P(x), primeFactorization(P(x) contains no primes < P(x)}

In English… The uniqueContribution a prime number (P(x)) gives us as to which numbers are not prime while building successive Pat(n)’s is a function of all odd multiples of P(x) such thatrepparttar 127673 odd multiples have no primes less than P(x) in their prime factorizations

Examples: Considerrepparttar 127674 prime 5.

5*5 = 25 is a unique contribution of 5

5* 15 = 5*3*5 = 75 is NOT a unique contribution because it has 3 in its prime factorization. Ie, we already knew that 75 was not prime thanks torepparttar 127675 prime number 3.

5*5*5 = 125 is a unique contribution.

Powers of a prime It turns out that powers of primes (greater thanrepparttar 127676 first power) are unique contributions.

Important Notes on uniqueContribution(P(x)) For larger P(x), uniqueContribution(P(x)) becomes increasingly difficult to calculate and more complicated. The unique contribution becomes more random as P(x) increases.

General Notes on Randomness Axioms of Randomness 1) All truly random patterns must be infinite length

2) A pattern is said to be random if there is an infinite supply of complexity

Black Box Pattern Paradox It can only ever be said that an infinite length pattern follows a pattern for a certain finite length. Suppose you have a machine that spits out 1’s and 0’s and it spits out 1010101010… for a certain number of times you makerepparttar 127677 attempt. You can only say that it followsrepparttar 127678 patter 10… forrepparttar 127679 number of attempts you made because onrepparttar 127680 next attempt,repparttar 127681 pattern may change. Thus it is impossible to ever say that an infinite length pattern follows a certain pattern unless you are aware ofrepparttar 127682 algorithm that generates it.

On Randomness of Primes Measure of Randomness in a Binary Pattern Let’s define a measure of randomness (mr) for a binary pattern to berepparttar 127683 number of smallest repeating units inrepparttar 127684 lowest reducible pattern.

Definition of Lowest Reducibility: A pattern is reducible if it can be rewritten in a simpler, shorter form, such as:

11111111… is reducible to 1…

10101010101010… is reducible to 10…

Definition of Smallest Repeating Units Takerepparttar 127685 pattern:

Pat(2) = 110100100101100…

This repeats every 3rd and every 5th. Note it repeats every 9th as well but that’s notrepparttar 127686 smallest repeating unit becauserepparttar 127687 every 3rd subsumesrepparttar 127688 every 9th. Thusrepparttar 127689 mr of this pattern is 2.

Some Examples for Clarity So,

100000000… is no more or less random than

100…, or


(Because in all cases mr = 1)


110100100101100… (every 3rd and 5th) is more random than those above since mr=2.

Some other interesting examples for clarity:

110… has mr = 2 because it has two repeating units of size 3, (the second offset by 1)

101… has mr = 2 because it has two repeating units of size 3, (the second offset by 2)

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