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Through the diligent efforts of our greatest scientific experiments - primarily with things like CERN's Large Hadron Collider where they discovered the God particle - we are now profoundly aware of the tinker-toy manner in which all of the parts of our universe snap together. We also know from the classical double-slit experiment and other recent experiments that electrons can be aware of one another's spin-state. In this new book, for the first time anywhere, I am putting forth the theory that since electrons are aware of our observations of them, and they can be aware of each other, then, they must also have the ability to learn. And, therefore, just as the US Navy has trained dolphins to dive onto an enemy submarine and plant explosives on its hull, we may be able to train electrons to do even more wondrous things. Therefore, the most profound scientific discovery of all time may be just on the horizon.

This book is a tour of the smallest parts of the universe and the most basic and fundamental energies that power up our everyday lives and events. Even the thoughts you are having at this moment are controlled largely by the electrons that flow throughout your neuronal network including all of your mind and body. It has been shown that two electrons can become paired and then when separated, even over thousands of miles, they will exhibit something known as "super memory" or in my opinion, consciousness, because one of the related pairs of entangled electrons will know the state of the other and will instantly react to any changes in that state without any consideration for time or distance.

©2016 Michael Mathiesen (P)2016 Michael Mathiesen

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