Libertas wrote:...I completely lost all interest in what this chap had to say when he asserted that the planets had different "vibrations" that effect us. What a crock of shite. And then to go on and say that this is real science. Total rubbish and completely irresponcible. If he could give me a scientific study that has been carried out that explained what these "vibrations" are, what powers them, how the "vibrations" are measured, and a scientific study of the effect that these "vibrations" have on a human being. Then I may give him more credence, but I doubt it....
...I for one will only listen to anything that is based on substance and can be proved.
This most definetely is not science, it is pseudoscience. or to put it plainly, bullshit.
I started listening to Santos a short while ago and find it very hard to find fault in what he has to say. He is a nice chap to pass an e-mail to and he will answer with vigure. He has the attitude of a man that loves his studies. I pointed out to him that he was stating something that could be misconstrued as something else, and he just took it in his stride as 'yes..thats right' and moved on. A proper pro that one never sees today. But thats just who and what he is.
been many studies into the power of a 'vibration' or an item holding a 'something that is beyond that of understanding', look at remote viewing for instance. A short while ago it was pooh poohed, but has gained scientific ground over the last few years. What Santos and others are saying is that these (not remote viewing) should not be overlooked when one diognoses a problem or series of facts to form a whole.
One experiment that spings to mind but which name is beyond me at present, is the one done with negitive and positive symbols and lettering on containers containing water. In a nutshell it runs thus; (and all scientifically) One places two water containers on a surface. One container has the word 'love' printed on its side. The other has the word 'hate'.
The one with love on it lasts longer. The one with hate on it will go 'off'' sooner than the 'control' cup that has nothing printed on it. Go figure. Other tests includ the formation of ice christals. Guess which container has the pretty looking ice?
Another, and more 'vibration' orentated experiment is with sand on a plate of flexible 'material' like sheet metal or glass. We must have all seen that one by now. It points out, in simple terms, that certain sounds, will dictate certain shape to the sound wave form if met with resistance. The sounds follow the 'octave' rule and therefore can be predictable in what shapes manifest themselves. If a simple shape can start to rock a bridge to bring it down (failure) then how much more a simple vibration or 'sound' from the sun or the other bodies, given to us as 'waves' of energy to manifest a predictable reaction?
There are many other folk out there that have other shit to add to the mix, that to say it is unsubstanciated is to say that all that other stuff 'means' nothing.