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Why Does Love Attract?

Tamas Lajtnerunconfirmed user (Lajtner Machine, American University)

Published in psycho.philica.com

Why does love attract? To answer this simple question we have to answer two other questions first. What is thought? What is time?
At present, the sole ruling standpoint is that thought is nothing other than the brain’s electric (electromagnetic) signals, if we want to measure it. This is not true. Thought is more than just electrical signals of brain. Thought exists itself as thought, it has force and energy that can be move real things. Based on this principle real object (so called Lajtner Machine) can be moved by thought. This is possible only if thought works like gravity does. To understand the working method of gravity we need a new definition of time. Time is the cooperation (action-reaction) of space and mass. Using this approach we can understand the physics laws behind our feeling like happiness, intolerance, love etc..

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What is thought?

According to current, widespread understanding, thoughts are electromagnetic signals in the brain. The mind’s electric (electromagnetic) signals can be demonstrated in several ways – for example, the electroencephalograph. The electroencephalograph’s output varies with the changes of thought. Hence, nowadays, thought and the brain’s electric (electromagnetic) signals are synonymous. Since the brain is in the head, so thoughts born, live and disappear inside the head; however, this is only partly true. Please see the next three sentences.  

(#1) Thoughts leave the head.

(#2). Jim’s brain creates John’s thoughts.

(#3) There are thoughts that no brain creates.

The statements #1 and #2 are known from the researches of neurology. In 2013 the Wachington.edu [1.] published the first brain-to-brain interface. With this interface one researcher was able to send brain electric signals to the other. He controlled the hand motions of his colleague - via the Internet. In September 2014 international researchers [2.] built a different human-to-human brain-to-brain interface. Using this, two humans can consciously communicate with each other - just with thoughts, that is, with electric (electromagnetic) signals of brains. The recipe for these kinds of communication is "simple": "Read the signals of brain1, send them to brain2. Stimulate the proper regions of neurons in brain2 using these signals. The electric signals of brain1 appear as thoughts of brain2. Now read the signals of brain2…"

These researches show, it is a fact, that thoughts are able to leave the head. Another fact: Jim's brain can create John's thoughts. Our old believe that our thoughts are our thoughts is no more true. Your brain can sense thoughts created outside of your head, and your brain doesn't know who or what created these thoughts. Therefore it is possible, that your thought has been created by "something that is not human". This kind of experiments can be made by using electric (electromagnetic) signals and devices described in [2.] These experiments are expensive and very complex. Is there a cheaper and simpler way to test it? Yes, there is.


The Lajtner Machine moves

The Lajtner Machine is nothing other than an object - visible to the naked eye or invisible - that moves with thoughts.
In order to understand the principle of the working method of the Lajtner Machine, we must consider thoughts as more than just the brain's electric waves. Thoughts are modifications of time, where time is not a fourth dimension of space-time but the product of cooperation of space and mass (or space and other non space objects = matter) [3]. This new explanation makes it possible to explain how thought contains the amount of energy it actually contains, enough to set objects in motion. The Lajtner Machine is an object of such little mass or built that way that moving it requires energy equal to or smaller than that of thought. In this sense, the Lajtner Machine is not a machine, but a whatever. The expression “Lajtner Machine” is intended as a common name for all objects that are set in motion by thought. This type of thought I call moving thought which is made by Power Thinking. The Power Thinking is a kind of concentration that makes possible to send energy in thoughts.

The Lajtner Machine shows, that thought as thought (not as electric signal of brain) can, indeed, leave a person’s mind. This is very simple to prove. The easiest experiment is to suspend a Lajtner Machine, and then try to make it move with your thoughts. The moving is actually brought about by the force of thought, and it is possible to capture the motion of the Lajtner Machine on video and to analyze it by computer.

In connection with the Lajtner Machine's motion, a question arises. What is thought when it is no longer in a person’s head? A series of electromagnetic signals? So big force is not in our brain electric (electromagnetic) signals. What is it then?  From a state of rest, the Lajtner Machine begins moving, because the force of acceleration works upon it. Force of acceleration (on the basis of Newton’s Second Law of Motion [4.]) is 
F = m · ( s / t2 ), where m represents mass, s spatial distance, and t time.
(Force of acceleration equals mass times distance over time squared). We need from this function the s/t2 part. If the Lajtner Machine does not move s=0 and t=0. If the Lajtner Machine starts moving s>0 and t>0.

According to this equation, in order for thought’s force of acceleration to exist and the Lajtner Machine to move, a change in time and space must occur. This means, thought has a curious effect capable of modifying space and time. But how? And what is time?

Time is an action-reaction pair. Time comes into existence when matter and space meet; and whenever matter and space meet, the result is time. Time is a co-production of matter and space. People have mass. Time from the viewpoint of mass is the waves of space. Mass changes space waves. These waves has two functions. Their wavelength works as space distance unit and as time unit for mass. Gravity means, mass changes these wavelengths. [5.] If the wavelength of these waves grows ( = the frequency of these waves decrease ), it means:

  • the mass accelerates a>0 (mass goes faster, its mass grows, its gravity grows),
  • time goes slower for mass.

Thought is able to modify the space wave like gravity does. This means, thought uses an ancient language, that "everything" understands and speaks. If we go back to statements #1, #2 and #3 we can say, the three possibilities are real and can be made and controlled without any expensive devices. In other words, your brain is able to get thoughts from other brains, to send thoughts to other brains. Your brain is able to sense forces (in a give range) made by inanimate (non-living) and to send forces to living and inanimate. (This is why the Lajtner Machine works.) We may say it in generally: Thoughts are forces that have their "spectrum", their range. Thoughts can be send as force. And the other side of the question: Every force that appears in this range can be sensed by brain and can be used as thought.


Why Does Love Attract?

Can we test the above mentioned without laboratories and experiments? Yes, we can. Even more. We live this physics. Here I give you some examples that show how our feelings work — using the law of physics described in [3.] and [5.].

If you are happy, time seems to fly. Can physics explain this sensation? Yes. What does it mean according to physics? Time slows down for you. The clock indicates that an entire afternoon has passed, though it seems like only minutes, just as though you were traveling at high speed. We know that clocks moving at great speeds run slowly. When you are happy, you behave as though you are flying. Do you ever feel this way? It is a good feeling.

Other times it feels as though time is dragging. You’ve been standing in line for an hour and are about to go crazy, but only five minutes have passed. The activity is repellent, so your clock speeds up. It runs too fast. For you, it seems hours have passed, when the clock on the wall only indicates a few minutes.

When you are in love, the other individual is attractive. Why? They truly are attracting you when you feel the flying sensation, which means your clock is running slowly. A slower clock can result in greater gravity, as we have seen before. Thus, what you feel for the other individual is an actual attraction; they truly do attract you. In more physical terminology, the wavelength of space wave (which is wavelength of time wave, too [3.]) around you will be greater than those not around you. The energy of the time waves is different. In short, ‘Time has pushed you into another’s arms.’”

And now a short joke, that summarizes this study: Love is inevitable in the Solar System.
(Our Solar System would not exist without gravity. Gravity has the same affect on time as love.)


[1.] Armstrong, D., Ma, M. (2013) Researcher controls colleague’s motions in 1st human brain-to-brain interface (http://www.washington.edu/news/2013/08/27/researcher-controls-colleagues-motions-in-1st-human-brain-to-brain-interface/)

[2.] Grau, &., Ginhoux, R., Riera, A., Lam Nguyen, T., Chauvat, H., Berg, M., Amengual, J. L., Pascual-Leone, A., Ruffini, G. (2014) Conscious Brain-to-Brain Communication in Humans Using Non-Invasive Technologies (http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0105225)

[3.] Lajtner, T. (2014) What is time; or, How old is one meter? (http://philica.com/display_article.php?article_id=444)

[4.] Newton I. (1687) Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica

[5.] Lajtner, T. (2014) Gravity is when time shifts ( http://philica.com/display_article.php?article_id=446 )


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