I got the message in 2014. Reality is a thought experiment. The cat is neither alive nor dead or is both. It is all about quantum entanglements and a cat that keeps following me .... this week another article about Schrodinger's cat surfaced. Researchers describe the wave-function of Schrodinger's cat so I decide to create a file about the pesky cat.
About 10 minutes ago I decided to take a break to watch one of my favorite TV shows Person of Interest and what were two of the main characters talking about? You got it ... Schrodinger's cat. Am I missing something?
Previously on Ellie's World
There's something about "Schrodinger's Cat" that I seem to recall as if a distant memory from another another lifetime, something in the grids I am connected to, or something else. I most often associate it with the Nazi Time Travel Experiments I was involved with as a male physicist during WWII. In those experiments, subjects were sent to different locations in time, hopefully to return, though none ever did. This begs the question ... were they alive or dead? Remember that reality is a consciousness hologram and is nothing but a "thought". In my blue infrared photos - the cat is seen in this reality and another at the same time next to me. "Curiouser and curiouser," said Ellie quoting "Alice in Wonderland". Alice fell down the rabbit hole or into physical reality (it was all a dream). And who was Alice talking to when she said that? (Ellie searching the reference and not at all surprise to find .... )
Alice is also quoted as saying she will never grow up in Wonderland.
Curiouser and curiouser as I just posted this article on Ezine.
Boy Diagnosed With 'Fear of Growing Up' Live Science - February 4, 2015
A 14-year-old boy in Mexico had such an intense fear of growing up that he took extreme steps to hide or curb his growth, such as restricting his food intake and distorting his voice, according to a new report of his case. The boy's phobia started when he was about 11 years old. He had learned that nutrients in food would cause him to grow - so he ate less, and lost more than 26 lbs. (about 12 kilograms), according to the report from the health workers who treated him. In addition, he stooped over to hide his height, and distorted his voice so that he spoke in a higher pitch. The boy's mother also treats him as if he were younger - for example, by singing him lullabies and choosing what he wears each day. Although the boy saw a psychologist for a year, the therapy did not help. The researchers there diagnosed the boy with gerascophobia - an excessive fear of aging - a phobia that does not appear to be very common. Just two previous cases of gerascophobia have been reported, and both cases were in adults, according to the report. Phobias often develop from a combination of biological, psychological and environmental factors.
This could be caused by the way he died in another lifetime, or the lifestyle of the men around him in Mexico which can be very violent, or something in the programming/coding of his brain. We used to call it the "Peter Pan Syndrome". It's always about the children (emotional body).