Posted: Tue Jun 07, 2011 2:20 pm Post subject: Rad Box challenge
I'd like to try a "Rad Box Challenge".
We all know Radionics is said to "effect change at a distance".
So, how can this be measured? Objectively?
Do these machines "work". Is it all the "user"?
What's something that could be effected with a Rad Box?
Weather? That's what I am thinking. Anyone have a better idea to measure it?
I'm thinking of "making it rain". Not today, not tomorrow, but maybe within a week of the challenge.
I say limit it to two people/boxes, me and someone else.
We each pick a city, that we have a website for their local news.
Once we are set, we run a trend for it to rain on a certain date a week from the start of the challenge.
And see if our trend can make it rain on that day in the city.
I will use my ADStudio 3 Dial Box.
Maybe someone would like to use their Welz box?
If someone has a better challenge idea, please post it.
I think this might be interesting.
If a Rad Box works on a causality link, powered with Orgone and rides the Scalar Waves, to make it rain in a certain city on a certain date, would be something to do that can be observed.
I think all experimentation is interesting, but I don't find this one a very good test-case. Weather forecasting exists and even though it may not be as accurate in predicting following week weather changes, it can still pose a problem to this test case: 1. If forecasted weather accords with proposed weather, well, then the experiment becomes kind of pointless, and 2. If forecasted weather is "contrary" to proposed one, that may create some resistance and affect the results.
I think a better test case would be to just have the operator throw some dices and check the results. It's not as amazing an experiment as the weather one, but I think it makes for a better test case, since there's virtually no expectation on results or variables that could lead the operator to believe the results might be affected because of these.
Then if you're trying to leave the operator out of the equation, I can't think of anything. Even though you were using a software dice instead of real ones, you'd still be affecting the outcome, as there's no such thing as a real random in computers, but some randomness based on timing(ms), and thou it's highly unlikely you can consciously take whatever number you like, I'm pretty sure your subC wouldn't have any problem to handle this. Maybe you can have another person throw the dices for you, and have as little contact as possible, but again, I'm sure that even with only your signaling to this person to begin throwing the dices you'll have already affected the outcome. I believe the outcome is affected since the moment you start considering affecting it, maybe even before that, so I don't think it would be possible to leave your subC out of the equation... just as in quantum mechanics where the observer affects the object...
Other than this I'm interested in following this experiment!
Hmmm, thanks for the reply.
But I think trying to affect the weather would be something more objective, and observeable for all.
I would like to find someone else with a rad box to do it with me.
It'd be great too if we could get two members who want to observe locally.
Let's say, Jimbo volunteers to be an observer, and he lives in Denver.
And Janey is also, and she lives in Houston. Both present us with their local news website so we can all confirm.
Ok, and then Harold offers to use his ultra heavy duty super Rad Box, in this experiment with me, as I use my ADStudio 3 dial blackbox.
So, we come up with a trend phrase, similar, such as "In (certain city) on (certain date) is will rain".
Harold can use Denver, and I use Houston.
Neither of us can live is said city either.
And we will decide the start date when we run the trend, and have a set time that we leave the trend on the box. And give the rain date, 2 weeks from the trend run date.
This way, we all can watch and wait, to see if either, or both our trend have the desired effect in the city we have set.
This would be an interesting example. Maybe something will happen, maybe nothing will.
But it seems to me, Radionics is not given any objective testing experiments.
So we need a total of 4 people to do this.
2 people in their respective cities to observe that date.
And another rad box operator besides me.
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