|Posted by Holder of the Secrets on April 18, 2016 at 12:45 AM|
"Very simply," he said to laughter and applause. "Normal computers work, either there's power going through a wire, or not. It's 1, or a 0, they're binary systems. What quantum states allow for is much more complex information to be encoded into a single bit." https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/justin-trudeau-gave-sarcastic-reporter-203118473.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Justin Trudeau
How binaristic! I would recommend overcoming binaries and growing exponentially. I have a beef with this concept of binaries of 1's and 0's (which is serious because I'm a vegetarian). In my personal opinion, one stole the energy from zero. In our conventional mathematics, we understand zero as having no power; it represents nothing. Whereas 1 is where you start and the number one has all the power. In a few short words, it's number 1. Better look out for number 1! The reason I have a 'beef' is because zero represents the circle, which represents an open circuit. Which therefore really does have the power and is connected to the power source. The number 1 represents the off switch, which is disconnected from the power source. Look at any electronic device and the on/off switch is a circle with a line throught it. The circle is zero and the line is 1 is the off switch. However, despite of this evidence, we consistently revere the number 1 over the number 0. Which do YOU connect with???
How's that for binaristic thinking! If you are open, you can be open to the experience of whatever you become open to. This is what it means to be an open circuit. One is closed, and they are usually looking out only for number 1. Instead, join zero-point energy!