We all wonder what the future will bring. Right now, Contactees are finding that they put out streetlights and disrupting electrical appliances, such as TVs and computers. Now a young girl in Serbia has been discovered to have magnetic hands.

We don’t know if ten-year-old Jelena Momcilov has had Visitor experiences, but her hands can pick up metal objects as if they are imbued with magnets. The Dateline Zero website quotes local university researcher Pavle Premovic as saying, “I’d say this is a kind of unknown bio-magnetism.”
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What is really going on? – Contactees almost always say that the strange beings they meet “talk inside their heads,” and some of them have implants as well. Is this how ET does it? In an early step toward letting severely paralyzed people speak with their thoughts, researchers translated brain signals into words using two grids of 16 microelectrodes implanted beneath the skull but atop the brain. Alien implants (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show) are rarely found in the head, but are usually in the leg or foot, but alien technology may be superior to ours and give off signals that can travel from the lower limbs to the brain.
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It turns out that the brain is a quantum machine (NOTE: Subscriberscan still listen to this show) because our memories are created through quantum entanglement, which combines the experiences from all our different senses into a single memory. And the brains of people who are shy or introverted may actually process their world differently than others. Quantum physics is one of the fascinating subjects that Anne Strieber discusses with Russell Targ on this week’s Dreamland.

The electrical activity of neurons in separate parts of the brain can oscillate at the same frequency at the exact same time when they’re working on the same task (in this case, building a memory), which is known, in quantum physics, as “spooky action at a distance.”
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Both are similar to a computer – There are amazing similarities between the human brain, the nervous system of a worm, and a computer chip. Most of us understand the computer chip comparison, but the worm?

Science Daily quotes physicist Danielle Bassett as saying, “Brains are often compared to computers, but apart from the trivial fact that both process information using a complex pattern of connections in a physical space, it has been unclear whether this is more than just a metaphor.” Now scientists know that it’s a physical reality, because they’ve found that all 3 share 2 basic properties: The human brain, the worm’s nervous system, and a computer chip all have a structure in which the same patterns repeat over and over again at different scales.read more