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Prague, Czech Republic
17 June 2004

For the next "while" (meaning that I'm not sure how long) In2-MeC will be more of a blog (web log) than a publishing outlet of articles like the Worry About Adam, not the Atom series. That is because I'm being urged to release the 2003 series on Psychology for publication in book form. These articles must be edited, so that work will occupy most of my writing time. Still, photo reports, tidbits of news from here and there, and blog type entries will continue to be featured here.

If you downloaded Part 3 of the Adam/Atom series before reading this, and if you are really interested in the topic, then you should go back to yesterday's In2-MeC and re-open the entry to download the final version. I have developed a unique writing style that often impels me to upload articles for publication that have not been carefully edited. That's because I find careful editing too tedious. Not only that: it seems that, because it was me who wrote these articles, I am somehow blind to the mistakes in them, at least before they are published. So there's not only the tedium factor, there's my writer's blind spot. After these articles are published on In2-MeC the mistakes leap off the screen at me. Then at last I'm stirred to go through the thing with a fine-toothed comb. In this way, I corrected Adam/Atom Part 3 during the first 24 hours of its life on-line.

If the reader is interested in reading more about what the Bhagavatam has to say about atoms, I recommend chapter 15 of Canto Eleven. This chapter tells how yogis may acquire mystic powers via meditation upon the Lord. We learn here that the eight mystic powers are sheltered in the Lord as His eternal associates. Verses 10 and 12 speak of powers that are to be gained when the yogi meditates upon the Lord in His smaller-than-the-smallest form at the heart of the atom. Verse 12 indicates that atom is a manifestation of the Lord's form as time. Hence the essential "stuff" of atomic and subatomic particles is kala. Regarding the counterintuitive nature of atomic motion that I explained in the Adam/Atom series, verse 14 and the purport explain that fruitive activities are sustained by the mahat-tattva like a row of jewels are sustained by a thread. Thus the workings of material actions and reactions are, on this view, a series of different states of energy, much like a series of images upon a strip of motion picture film.

Speaking of film, we've produced one ourselves here at In2-MeC. It is about modern science. To see it, go to the startpage (www.in2-mec.com) and click on this planet which you will see rotating around baby Krsna: You have to wait a minute or so for it to download. When the movie starts, move your mouse pointer over the image. Things that are hidden will become visible! And remember, as with all of these In2-MeC animations, don't miss the sound. Enable your audio settings and be sure your speakers are turned on.

Finally, here's a very recent news report about atomic research. The word "teleport" means to transmit a material object from one location to another through the medium of akasa, much the way a television image is transmitted from broadcast station to the TV set in your home. In teleportation, instead of the transmission re-appearing only as an image on a 2-D screen, it re-appears in its original state, in its 3-D form as solid matter. This is the mystic power of prapti. This news report claims scientists have achieved teleportation at the atomic level. It's possible, since the mystic powers accompany the Lord in His appearance within the atom.

Scientists Demonstrate Teleportation with Atoms

Wed Jun 16, 2:47 PM ET

By Patricia Reaney

LONDON (Reuters) - It is not quite the "Beam me up Scotty" teleportation of Star Trek, but teams of scientists said Wednesday they had made properties jump from one atom to another without using any physical link.

Physicists in the United States and Austria for the first time have teleported "quantum states" between separate atoms.

The breakthrough may not yet make it possible for people to disappear and reappear somewhere else, like actors in a science fiction television show. But it could help lead to "quantum computing" technology that would make superfast computers.

Quantum states include physical properties such as energy, motion and magnetic field.

"We've done it for the first time with massive particles, with atoms," Rainer Blatt, of the University of Innsbruck in Austria, told Reuters in a telephone interview.

Two years ago scientists at the Australian National University announced they had teleported a laser beam of light from one spot to another in a split second.

Blatt and his colleagues and another team of scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Boulder, Colorado, reported the first teleportation of atoms in two reports in the science journal Nature.

The basic theory of quantum teleportation was outlined in 1993 by physicist Charles Bennett and his colleagues.

Quantum computing requires manipulation of information contained in the quantum states of the atoms.

"Using teleportation as we've reported could allow logic operations to be performed much more quickly," physicist David Wineland, the leader of the NIST team, explained in a statement.

The research involved quantum entanglement -- in which the quantum states of two or more particles are linked without physical contact.

"There are quite a few implications . . . more on the scientific side," Blatt said. "We are far away from beamers, like beam me up Scotty," he added.

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