Se trata de una ciencia nueva inspirada en los conceptos de Aristòteles y Galileo éste último decía que el universo no es más que una composición de números, Aristòteles afirmaba que el hombre puede acercarse a todo por medio de la observación, la deducción, y la lógica,.Salomón Borrasca dice que la energías es ascendente y descendente, habla de que los planos de la energía de Dios son infinitos, para este poeta y matemático de Palmira, Valle, Colombia cada átomo ,cada célula tiene un código de Dios. La matemática cuántica se refiere a la suma y resta de los actos de la conciencia ,quiere decir que con las buenas acciones se suman números superiores de energía y con las malos actos se restan la energía de los campos de la conciencia. la matemática cuántica nos aproxima a Dios aplicando un estricto orden de nuestros actos de conciencia. así como en la matemática creada por el hombre se suman y se resta, en la matemática cuántica se suma y se resta la energía de los campos de la espiritualidad. en la física cuántica o también denominada por los físicos , el hombre reconoce espacios vibracionales de lo intangible, de los inexplicable y denominan estos confines de la energía superior como agujeros negros.

En el humilde concepto de este analfabeta que no descarta la posibilidad de estar loco y quien considera la verdad como un concepto personal, frase extraída del budismo, los físicos pioneros de la mecánica cuántica y de los agujeros negros, entre otros hombres grandes que se declararon ateos, estuvieron muy cerca de la energía de Dios . Una vez se encontraron con espacios vibracionales cuánticos, sus egos de científicos, que no les permitía aceptar nada por encima de ellos, incidió para que le dieran nombres ambiguos a lo que tenía nombre propio, energía de Dios. Los físicos en su ego no le atribuyen a la materia el elemento de Dios para no sentirse subordinado, entonces para ellos la materia tiene tres estados, el líquido, el sólido y el gaseoso. Y el cuarto estado que es el plasma, está en el sol y en las estrellas, es decir, ni la tierra, ni los mares, ni el hombre tiene ese estado que no tiene forma líquida, sólida o gaseosa y que es energía pura. Cuando manifiesto que la antimateria está en la mente, me refiero a la mente inferior, la mente superior al ser de Dios tiene el plasma y la energía de Dios habita en nuestro cerebro. Los fragmentos que publicaré a continuación tomados de wikipedia, nos llevaría a concluir lo anteriormente expresado en esta nota.



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ANTI MATERIA Fuente Wikipedia

En ,física de partículas, la antimateria es la extensión del concepto de antipartícula a la materia. Así, la antimateria es una forma de materia menos frecuente que está constituida por antipartículas, en contraposición a la materia común, que está compuesta de partículas.123​ Por ejemplo, un antielectrón (un electrón con carga positiva, también llamado positrón) y un antiprotón (un protón con carga negativa) podrían formar un átomo de antimateria, de la misma manera que un electrón y un protón forman un átomo de hidrógeno. El contacto entre materia y antimateria ocasiona su aniquilación mutua; esto no significa su destrucción, sino una transformación que da lugar a fotones de alta energía, que producenrayos gamma, y otros pares partícula-antipartícula.

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PLASMA, Fuente Wikipedia

En física y química, se denomina plasma (del latín plasma, y del griego πλάσμα, formación) al cuarto estado de agregación de la materia, un estado fluido similar al estado gaseoso pero en el que determinada proporción de sus partículas, están cargadas eléctricamente y no poseen equilibrio electromagnético, por eso son buenos conductores eléctricos y sus partículas responden fuertemente a las interacciones electromagnéticas de largo alcance.1

El plasma tiene características propias que no se dan en los sólidos, líquidos o gases, por lo que es considerado otro estado de agregación de la materia. Como el gas, el plasma no tiene una forma o volumen definido, a no ser que esté encerrado en un contenedor; pero a diferencia del gas en el que no existen efectos colectivos importantes, el plasma bajo la influencia de un campo magnético puede formar estructuras como filamentos, rayos y capas dobles.2​ Los átomos de este estado se mueven libremente; cuanto más alta es la temperatura más rápido se mueven los átomos en el gas, y en el momento de colisionar la velocidad es tan alta que se produce un desprendimiento de electrones.3

Calentar un gas puede ionizar sus moléculas o átomos (reduciendo o incrementado su número de electrones para formar iones), convirtiéndolo en un plasma.4​ La ionización también puede ser inducida por otros medios, como la aplicación de un fuerte campo electromagnético mediante unláser o un generador de microondas, y es acompañado por la disociación de los enlaces covalentes, si están presentes.5

El plasma es el estado de agregación más abundante de la naturaleza, y la mayor parte de la materia en el Universo visible se encuentra en estado de plasma, la mayoría del cual es el enrarecido plasma intergaláctico (particularmente el centro de intracúmulos) y en las estrellas.6


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MATERIA, Fuente Wikipedia.

En física, materia es todo aquello que se extiende en cierta región del espacio-tiempo, posee una cierta cantidad de energía y por ende está sujeto a cambios en el tiempo y a interacciones con aparatos de medida. Se considera que es lo que forma la parte sensible de los objetos perceptibles o detectables por medios físicos.

Etimológicamente, proviene del latín materia, que significa «sustancia de la que están hechas las cosas» y que también alude a la «madera dura del interior de un árbol»;1​ la palabra está relacionada con māter («origen, fuente, madre»)2​ y se corresponde con el griego hyle3​ (de hylos: «bosque, madera, leña, material»)45​ que es un concepto aristotélico de la teoría filosófica del hilemorfismo.6


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El éter en la filosofía de Aristóteles Tomado de wikipedia

Para Aristóteles (384322 a. C.) el éter era el elemento material del que estaba compuesto el llamado mundo supralunar, mientras que el mundo sublunar está formado por los famosos cuatro elementos: tierra, agua, aire y fuego.

A diferencia de éstos, el éter es para Aristóteles un elemento más sutil y más ligero, más perfecto que los otros cuatro (la física de Aristóteles escualitativa, más que cuantitativa) y, sobre todo, su movimiento natural es circular, a diferencia del movimiento natural de los otros cuatro, que esrectilíneo.


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ANTIPROTÓN , Tomado de wikipedia

El antiprotón (símbolo p) es la antipartícula del protón. Los antiprotones son estables pero por lo general de vida muy corta, ya que cualquier colisión con un protón hará que ambas partículas se aniquilen en un estallido de energía.

La existencia de una partícula igual al protón pero con carga eléctrica -1, fue predicha por Paul Dirac en su conferencia durante la entrega del Premio Nobel 1933.1​ Dirac recibió el Premio Nobel por la publicación, en 1928, de una ecuación que predijo la existencia de soluciones positivas y negativas de la ecuación de energía de Einstein () y la existencia del positrón, el análogo de antimateria del electrón, con carga positiva y espín opuesto.

La existencia del antiprotón fue confirmada experimentalmente en 1955 por los físicos Emilio Segre y Owen Chamberlain de la Universidad de Berkeley, California, por lo que ambos fueron galardonados con el Premio Nobel de Física en 1959. Un antiprotón se compone de dos antiquarksarriba y un antiquark abajo (u u d ). Las propiedades del antiprotón que se han medido coinciden todas con las propiedades correspondientes del protón, con la excepción de que el antiprotón tiene carga eléctrica y momento magnético opuestos. La cuestión de cómo la materia es diferente de la antimateria sigue siendo un problema abierto, con el fin de explicar cómo nuestro universo sobrevivió al Big Bang y por qué tan poca antimateria se observa en la actualidad.2


PROTÓN tomado de wikipedia


En física, el protón (del griego πρῶτον, prōton 'primero') es una partícula subatómica con una carga eléctrica elemental positiva 1 (1,6 × 10-19 C), igual en valor absoluto y de signo contrario a la del electrón, y una masa 1836 veces superior a la de un electrón.

Básicamente , se ve el protón como estable, con un límite inferior en su vida media de unos 1035 años, aunque algunas teorías predicen que el protón puede desintegrarse en otras partículas.2​ Originalmente se pensó que el protón era una partícula elemental, pero desde la década de 1970 existe una evidencia sólida de que es una partícula compuesta. Para la cromodinámica cuántica el protón es una partícula formada por la unión estable de tres quarks.3

El protón y el neutrón, en conjunto, se conocen como nucleones, ya que conforman el núcleo de los átomos. En un átomo, el número de protones en el núcleo determina las propiedades químicas del átomo y qué elemento químico es. El núcleo del isótopo más común del átomo de hidrógeno(también el átomo estable más simple posible) está formado por un único protón. Al tener igual carga, los protones se repelen entre sí. Sin embargo, pueden estar agrupados por la acción de la fuerza nuclear fuerte, que a ciertas distancias es superior a la repulsión de la fuerza electromagnética. No obstante, cuando el átomo es grande (como los átomos de uranio), la repulsión electromagnética puede desintegrarlo progresivamente.4


NEUTRÓN, tomado de wikipedia

El neutrón es una partícula subatómica, un nucleón, sin carga neta, presente en el núcleo atómico de prácticamente todos los átomos, excepto elprotio. Aunque se dice que el neutrón no tiene carga, en realidad está compuesto por tres partículas fundamentales cargadas llamadas quarks, cuyas cargas sumadas son cero. Por tanto, el neutrón es un barión neutro compuesto por dos quarks de tipo abajo, y un quark de tipo arriba.

Fuera del núcleo atómico, los neutrones son inestables, teniendo una vida media de 15 minutos (885,7 ± 0,8 s);2​ cada neutrón libre se descompone en un electrón, un antineutrino y un protón. Su masa es muy similar a la del protón, aunque ligeramente mayor.

El neutrón es necesario para la estabilidad de casi todos los núcleos atómicos, a excepción del isótopo hidrógeno-1. La interacción nuclear fuertees responsable de mantenerlos estables en los núcleos atómicos.


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OTRA EVIDENCIA DE QUE POR ENCIMA DEL CEREBRO HAY UNA FUERZA SUPERIOR, ES EL CASO DE LAS PERSONAS QUE A DIARIO SE PRESENTAN EN EL MUNDO CON MUERTE CEREBRAL Y QUE SIN EXPLICACIÓN MÉDICA ALGUNA CONTINÚAN VIVAS. PIENSO QUE EN ESTE CASO LA MATERIA CONTINÚA ÍNTEGRA EN LOS ESTADOS LÍQUIDOS, SÓLIDOS Y GASEOSOS, LOS ABANDONARÍA EL PLASMA, PERO EN CAMBIO ESTAS PERSONAS EMPEZARÍAN A SER REGIDAS POR LO QUE LOS GNÓSTICOS , LLAMAN EL QUINTO ELEMENTO, EL ÉTER., PARA ANÁLISIS , DE NUESTROS LECTORES PUBLICO A CONTINUACIÓN UN FRAGMENTO DE LA PÁGINA DE WIKIPEDIA SOBRE MUERTE CEREBRAL:



MUERTE CEREBRAL

La muerte tradicionalmente se ha definido como el cese de todas las funciones corporales, con inclusión de la respiracióny el latido cardíaco, pero como ha habido casos en los que fue posible revivir a personas que habían permanecido un tiempo dado sin respiración, actividad cardíaca o cualquier otro signo visible de vida, así como mantener la actividad respiratoria y el flujo sanguíneo artificialmente, se hizo necesaria una mejor definición de la muerte y durante las últimas décadas surgió el concepto de muerte cerebral o muerte encefálica. Según ese criterio, se puede declarar muerta a una persona que ha perdido en forma total e irreversible sus funciones cerebrales aun si permanece con actividad cardíaca y ventilatoria gracias al soporte artificial en una unidad de cuidados intensivos. La muerte encefálica implica el cese irreversible de la actividad vital de todo el encéfalo, incluido el tronco encefálico (estructura más baja del encéfalo encargada de las funciones vitales más importantes, como la respiración y el control cardíaco), con comprobación mediante protocolos clínicos neurológicos bien definidos y el apoyo de pruebas especializadas.2

Los signos clínicos de la muerte son universales: se entiende que todas las personas mueren cuando la totalidad de las funciones de su encéfalo cesan de manera global e irreversible. Aunque en la mayoría de la población el proceso de la muerte se instaura en el encéfalo como consecuencia de una parada cardiorrespiratoria, la irreversibilidad del cuadro también es clara cuando se pierde la totalidad de las funciones del cerebro. No se trata, pues, de un estado de coma.

En 1968 se publicó el artículo3​que mejor describió el concepto de muerte cerebral o encefálica hasta entonces: el reporte del Comité de la Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad de Harvard para el estudio de la muerte encefálica, constituido por diez médicos, un abogado, un teólogo y un historiador. En ese artículo se estableció por primera vez el criterio para determinar la muerte sobre la base de un total y permanente daño encefálico, y se acuñó el concepto de brain death (en español "muerte encefálica"). Ese reporte, titulado entonces Una definición de coma irreversible,3​ fue el primero en describir claramente los criterios diagnósticos de la muerte encefálica y constituyó el origen de grandes disertaciones sobre el tema y de revisiones y modificaciones que llevaron a los conceptos utilizados hoy por la gran mayoría de los países.

En nuestro idioma es preferible utilizar el término muerte encefálica4​ porque refleja mejor lo que se quiere expresar dado que el término inglésbrain se refiere al encéfalo, que incluye el cerebro, el tronco encefálico y el cerebelo, mientras que en español la palabra cerebro se refiere únicamente a los hemisferios cerebrales (cerebrum en inglés).

El diagnóstico de muerte encefálica tiene requerimientos tan rigurosos para declarar la muerte que si alguno de los ítems no se cumple en forma cabal no se puede declarar fallecida a la persona, pero una vez que se cumple todo el protocolo la irreversibilidad del daño encefálico es segura.5

La muerte cerebral no surge de los trasplantes sino de las técnicas médicas que incluyeron la ventilación mecánica invasiva. Por lo tanto, no se declara muerte encefálica para procurar órganos sino para declarar la muerte como acto médico elemental para el que se concede aval social a los profesionales de la salud. En consecuencia, el retiro de todas las medidas de soporte y el traslado del cuerpo a la morgue es la conducta coherente cuando se ha dictaminado la muerte encefálica y, por lo tanto, el profesional es consciente de que se han desencadenado los procesos biológicos que llevan a la rápida descomposición del cuerpo y a la parada cardíaca inevitable, aun con la persistencia del soporte artificial. Haya o no trasplantes, mientras la ventilación mecánica persista como estrategia terapéutica seguirán presentándose casos de muerte encefálica, que no es menos muerte que la muerte misma.nota 1

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