0 New Science

John Beiswenger is a scientist by definition and experience, not by education.   He has been a Product Research Engineer for more than half a century and is named on 22 U.S. Utility Patents and as many resulting foreign patents.   He has studied the human brain and memory for the past 30 years.

New Science

The Atemporal Particle Theory

"Scientists will not be able to fully understand vision, consciousness, memory, autism, savant abilities nor cellular control, including DNA replication, mitosis, meiosis, and certainly not cancer, until scientists look beyond the corporeal aspect of life."   John Beiswenger

The New Science suggests answers to:
  • Out of body experiences (OBE),
  • Astral Projections,
  • Extrasensory Perception,
  • Cancer,
  • Cellular Communications
  • Memory,
  • Hyperthymesia,
  • Transplanted memories,
  • Intuition,
  • Subconscious mind,
  • Vision,
  • Consciousness,
  • Corpus Callosotomy,
  • Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS),

    When a New Theory is proposing New Science and it is found to suggest answers to heretofore unanswered questions and little understood phenonena, it gives good reason to look further.

    "The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence."   Nikola Tesla *

  • Blindsight,
  • Near death experiences (NDE),
  • Death,
  • Resuscitation,
  • Phantom limb phenomena,
  • Phantom limb pain,
  • Savant syndrome,
  • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS),
  • Hemispherectomy,
  • Rapid reaction to unexpected events,
  • Dreams,
  • The Binding problem, and
  • Microhydranencephaly
  • Electroconvulsive Therapy
  • Stroke
  • Terminal Lucidity
"Sequence" refers to the sequence of events.

The Sequential State is (for the 5.8 billion people who believe there is a Creator) the Spiritual Realm.

Foundational Theory

There are three states of existence. 1. A state in which there is the limitation of both time and sequence (Temporal State), 2. a state in which there is only the limitation of sequence (Sequential State), and 3. a state in which there is no limitation of time nor sequence (Concurrent State).

This foundational, fundamental theory must be accepted and kept top of mind to understand what follows.

Yes, there must exist a Creator.

Zygote definition: A diploid cell resulting from the fusion of two haploid gametes; a fertilized ovum.

United: Each cell has a Particle which are united (i.e., made one, combined) and function as one Particle.

The Particle is (for the 5.8 billion people who believe there is a Creator) the soul.

Tripartite Zygote

Every living animal cell containing DNA is tripartite.

Coincident (existing in the same space at the same time) with the corporeal cell of the zygote is an identical incorporeal cell and at the functional center of the eukaryotic cells is an atemporal, massless Particle which will direct all functions of the cells, store all memory and co-generate consciousness. It is the same Particle in every cell (atemporal, no mass, no volume, one Particle), unique to each individual human.

The corporal cell is in the Temporal State with the incorporeal cell and Particle in the Sequential State (defining "Coexistence").

Near death experience of Jazmyne Cidavia-DeRepentigny

"I could see my spirit standing before me. My spirit was so beautifully perfect, dressed in a white gown that was loose, free-flowing, and below the knee. My spirit was standing six to eight feet from my body. It was so strange, for I could see my spirit and my spirit could see my pathetic body. I had not an ounce of color and I looked all withered and cold and lifeless. My spirit felt warm and so, so celestial."

Tripartite Body

The body is tripartite, having developed from the tripartite zygote, with the growth process controlled by the Particle.   There is at once a coexisting Temporal State Body and a Sequential State body with one Particle.   Jazmyne's rare experience demonstrates one can shift brain dominance from the Temporal State to the Sequential State and back again along with one's consciousness. Jazmyne remembered the experience of both states, i.e., looking upon each body from each body. The process was not simultaneous. Her consciousness shifted back and forth at will.

The Sequential State body does not age past maturity and is immortal.

Transgender - denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender does not correspond with their birth sex.   Definition from Oxford Languages

Two Gender Tripartite Body?

One would think, it is altogether possible that the Temporal State Body and Sequential State Body are, at least on rare occasion, different genders.   The Temporal State brain might sense the existence of the opposite gender Sequential State brain through Intuition as defined below.   The Temporal State Body would not be of the wrong gender, just of a different gender than the Sequential State Body.

However, if that were true, at least some of the thousands of reports from those who had Near Death Experiences would include the fact that they had discovered their Sequential State bodies were actually of the opposite gender. None to my knowledge have so reported. I have concluded, it does not happen.

Separation of the Sequential State Body

The Temporal State body and Sequential State body are one person, however the Sequential State body can separate from the Temporal State body quite readily. If for any reason, the major control centers in the corporeal brain stop communicating with the Particle, the incorporeal body may separate from the corporeal body. This happens when the corporeal brain can no longer function or when, through sensory deprivation, the corporeal brain is not transmitting information to the Particle and an out-of-body-experience ("OBE")occurs.

"Pilots and astronauts can experience OBEs when they encounter strong gravitational forces. This appears to be the result of blood partially draining from the brain and pooling in the lower body, which may lead to a loss of consciousness and possibly an out-of-body-experience." (Verywell Mind)

Out of body experiences are common, but difficult to verify. Near-death out of body experiences (NDE) are often verifiable, because the individual can later describe seeing and hearing things that could not have been experienced by the Temporal State body, causing one to conclude the Sequential State body can separate from the Temporal State body and return under some circumstances.

It is possible for a human to want/need to learn some distant information and, possibly even unknowingly, cause their Sequential State body to leave, gather the information and return all in an instant. The information will have been stored in their united Particle by the Sequential State brain which would make it available to their Temporal State brain only through Intuition.

This then provides an explanation for so-called "astral projection" and "extrasensory perception" (ESP).

"We now know there are people who have been brought back, three, four, five hours after they've died and have led remarkably good quality lives," says Dr. Sam Parnia, the Director of Resuscitation Research at Stony Brook University in New York.


The Temporal State body dies, but the Sequential State body, with Particle, goes on living in the Sequential State, i.e., limited only by sequence, not by time.


The Particle remains also with the Temporal State body (or body parts) until corruption takes place.   Until that point in the death process, the Sequential State body may return, once again coincident with the Temporal State body, through resucitation.


Michael Nahm, PhD

Terminal Lucidity (Terminale Geistesklarheit)

"When nearing death, some people with cognitive decline may experience a phenomenon known as terminal lucidity. According to a review published in Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, doctors and researchers have mentioned this event over the last 250 years, referring to a sudden return of mental clarity or awareness in dying patients, often shortly before death. More specifically, the phenomenon has been reported in people with conditions such as dementia, Alzheimer's disease, and even brain tumors or strokes.

For people with cognitive decline, moments of terminal lucidity can be surprising and deeply meaningful for both the individual and their loved ones, as they provide a sense of connection and closure. During these periods, the person may suddenly become more alert, communicative, and responsive. They may recognize family members, engage in conversations, or express thoughts and emotions that seem clear and coherent (via Healthline). Per the review, while the exact cause of terminal lucidity is not understood, some researchers believe it may be linked to changes in brain processes as the body approaches death. It's thought that as the brain begins to shut down,* some abilities may function differently compared to a normal brain, resulting in moments of clarity. However, per Healthline, it's important to note that not all individuals with cognitive decline will experience terminal lucidity, and its occurrence can be unpredictable."


* As the brain shuts down the Sequential State brain functions in its place, having none of the diseases or damages the dying Temporal State brain has.

Jeff Hawkins, author of On Intelligence: "The process is generally treated as though information flows in a single direction, but information in the cortex always flows in the opposite direction as well."

Cell/Particle Communications

The Particle communicates continuously with every cell in the Coexistence.   With neurons, the communications are two-way. When this communication ceases for whatever reason, the Sequential State body may leave the Temporal State body.

Pediatric neurosurgeon, Dr. Michael Egnor says: "A singular consequence of the materialist metaphysics that permeates our culture and our sciences is that we commonly hold basic beliefs that are abject nonsense. One such belief found among ordinary folks as well as neuroscientists, is the belief that the brain 'stores' memories. The fact is that the brain doesn't store memories and can't store memories."

Memory and the Brain

The nearly instant recall of an event that occured 50+ years ago is possible due to the Particle being in the Sequential State (no time limitation).   The brain quiries the Particle and the memory is recalled immediately, with the speed limited only by the slow neurons of the Temporal State brain.   The Sequential State brain receives information instantly from the Particle.

Memory: The atemporal Particle is at the functional center of every living cell, including every neuron, in the human body. It is the same Particle, unique to each individual human, in every cell (atemporal, no mass, no volume, one Particle). It could be called the "Soul" of the human. It controls all cell functions in the body through the DNA in the cells in the form of Solenoid Chromatin Fibers, and stores every action potential of the neurons (memory). The memory storage capacity of the Particle is infinite.

When a human wills to recall a memory, it is re-experienced, to a lessor degree, by every neuronal network which placed the experience in memory. If the Particle cannot communicate with a defective (diseased) neuronal network, or one or more of its neurons, which had originally placed the memory in the Particle, the memory cannot be recalled (re-experienced) in part or at all. On the other hand, if the neuronal network has been destroyed or excised, the corresponding Sequential State neuronal network will take its place and the memory can be recalled. However, if the defective (diseased) neuronal network is just disconnected from the other parts of the brain and still has a blood supply (it is alive), the memory cannot be recalled (re-experienced) in part or at all, and the corresponding Sequential State neuronal network will not take its place.

Research Neurologist , Dr. Rohit Gupta At present Dr. (Prof.) Rohit Gupta is Chairman - Neurosciences at Accord Superspeciality Hospital, Faridabad. He holds a special interest in treating disorders such as Stroke, epilepsy, Migraine, headache disorders, multiple sclerosis, parkinson's disease, back pain, nerve and muscle disorders, etc.


There are six types of stroke, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine:

Ischemic strokes. These are strokes caused by blockage of an artery (or, in rare instances, a vein). About 87% of all strokes are ischemic
Hemorrhagic stroke. These are strokes caused by bleeding. About 13% of all strokes are hemorrhagic.
Thrombotic strokes. These are caused by a blood clot that develops in the blood vessels inside the brain.
Embolic strokes. These are caused by a blood clot or plaque debris that develops elsewhere in the body and then travels to one of the blood vessels in the brain through the bloodstream.
Intracerebral hemorrhage. Bleeding is from the blood vessels within the brain.
Subarachnoid hemorrhage. Bleeding is in the subarachnoid space (the space between the brain and the membranes that cover the brain), caused by:

    Aneurysm is a weakened, ballooned area on an artery wall and has a risk for rupturing. Aneurysms may be congenital (present at birth), or may develop later in life due to such factors as high blood pressure or atherosclerosis.
    AVM (Arteriovenous Malformation) is a congenital disorder that consists of a disorderly tangled web of arteries and veins. The cause of AVM is unknown, but it is sometimes genetic or part of certain syndromes.

All strokes prevent oxygenated blood from reaching some part of the brian. When a particular neural network is affected, memories stored in the Particle by the affected neural network cannot be recalled from the Particle. The loss is permanent, if some or all of the neurons in the affected neural network die from the lack of oxygen.

Roger Wolcott Sperry was an American neuropsychologist, neurobiologist and Nobel laureate who, together with David Hunter Hubel and Torsten Nils Wiesel, won the 1981 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for his work with split-brain research. Wikipedia

Corpus Callosotomy

Corpus callosotomy is a palliative surgical procedure for the treatment of medically refractory epilepsy. In this procedure the corpus callosum is cut through in an effort to limit the spread of epileptic activity between the two halves of the brain. After the operation the brain has much more difficulty sending messages between the hemispheres. Wikipedia

Interview recap with Dr. Michael Egor regarding Corpus Callosotomy: "The surgery splits the brain in two. Roger Perry wondered, were they still one person? He found that the effect of the brain being split in two was undetectable in everyday life. There were no intellectual abnormalities, they were normal people with their brains cut in half. The mind does not have a left and a right half. The intellect is not material, it is a spiritual thing."

Dr. Egnor is correct. Both halves of the brain continue to communicate with the "spiritual" Particle. The brain in the Sequential State body can not be severed, of course.

"As many as one in 10 persons with autistic disorder have such remarkable abilities in varying degrees, although savant syndrome occurs in other developmental disabilities or in other types of central nervous system injury or disease as well. Whatever the particular savant skill, it is always linked to massive memory."  Darold A. Treffert, MD left his Temporal State body on December 14, 2020.


Marilu Henner, the star of the TV series Taxi, which ended approximately 40 years ago, has hyperthymesia, sometimes called "total recall." She can remember specific details of virtually every day of her life since she was a small child. There are six individuals thought to have this condition. Either her Temporal State brain has identical neural networks to those of her Sequential State brain, or more likely, she has an undeveloped portion of her Temporal State brain allowing her to use that portion of her Sequential State brain to fully access the memories in her Particle. She is a savant with otherwise normal cognitive abilities.

Dr. Paul Pearsall, who left his physical body in 2007, was a licensed clinical and educational psychologist.

Transplanted Memories

Dr. Paul Pearsall, author of The Heart's Code, has recorded 50 cases in which the recipient of a transplanted heart also received some of the memories (i.e., from the Particle) of the donor.   Dr. Pearsall's book includes one case where an eight-year old girl received the heart of a murdered child.   She was able to describe the killer, the weapon, the place, the clothes he wore and what the little girl had said to him.   Everything was accurate, and the killer was convicted.

As stated above, the Particle remains with the Temporal State body (or body parts) until corruption takes place.

Transplanted Memories (More Evidence)

A man who received a heart transplant 12 years ago and later married the donor's widow died the same way the donor did, authorities said: of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

No foul play was suspected in 69-year-old Sonny Graham's death at his Vidalia, Ga., home, investigators said. He was found Tuesday in a utility building in his backyard with a single shotgun wound to the throat, said Greg Harvey, a special agent with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

Graham, who was director of the Heritage golf tournament at Sea Pines from 1979 to 1983, was on the verge of congestive heart failure in 1995 when he got a call that a heart was available in Charleston.

That heart was from Terry Cottle, 33, who had shot himself, Berkeley County Coroner Glenn Rhoad said.

Grateful for his new heart, Graham began writing letters to the donor's family to thank them. In January 1997, Graham met his donor's widow, Cheryl Cottle, then 28, in Charleston.

"I felt like I had known her for years," Graham told The (Hilton Head) Island Packet for a story in 2006. "I couldn't keep my eyes off her. I just stared."

In 2001, Graham bought a home for Cottle and her four children in Vidalia. Three years later, they were married after Graham retired from his job as a plant manager for Hargray Communications in Hilton Head.

NBA News article, April 6, 2008

Intuition and the subconscious mind

"Intuitive knowing has been behind almost every human activity in which the acquisition of new knowledge and understanding play a significant part. Intuition is a human's communication link between their inner and outer minds. It bridges this ever-present gap. For many centuries before this present scientific era, intuitive knowledge was recognized and accepted by many thinkers, who speculated upon its source. Where does (intuitive) knowledge come from? Every major religion and philosophy have their own obscure term for it. These names are convenient, but they are not informative, for they do not tell us what or where is the source, except something invisible and vague outside of ordinary waking consciousness. Whatever it might be, it is certainly too large (a source) and long lasting to fit into a finite brain, and must therefore be abstract, i.e., non-physical, yet occasionally accessible to an inquiring mind." AppliedIntuition.net

An intuition is a thought experienced by your Sequential State brain, operating with no time limitation, which has been transferred to the memory in your shared Particle. You cannot access it directly, because your Temporal State brain did not store the image in memory and therefore it could not be recalled to the exact same neural network which placed it there. On the other hand, most have a similar neural network in their Temporal State brain, so you are at least able to sense the memory stored by your Sequential State brain. In short, an intuition is a memory in your Particle of something your Temporal State brain did not experience. Dr. William Carpenter was right when he wrote, intuition is "knowledge apparently acquired without an experience." Some individuals are more "in-tune" to their Intuition than others. This sometimes includes savants.

"Perhaps no aspect of mind is more familiar or more puzzling than consciousness and our conscious experience of self and world. The problem of consciousness is arguably the central issue in current theorizing about the mind." Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Vision and Consciousness

Sensory neurons, such as retinal neurons, transfer information at random to the brain. Cortical neurons in turn communicate this incomprehensible information constantly with the Particle. On a computer screen it would appear as noise.

Francis Crick and Christof Koch proposed that "conscious awareness (for vision) is a series of static snap-shots (and) that perception occurs in discrete epochs."   (Epochs are relevant time segments within a recording.)

Vision and Consciousness

The Particle stores and instantly returns the information received as pulsed, comprehensible percepts, making consciousness possible.

Lois Strachan"This is not the first time I've had cause to ponder the meaning of my blindness. It's a question that crops up often in conversations with friends, in interviews, and when I first meet people. So I've given it a significant amount of thought and have no reservations in saying that my blindness has no meaning in my life – none at all."


The blind can have visual content in their dreams and are able to sketch what they recall.   They have perfect vision when having a Near Death Experience, i.e., when they are in the Sequential State. The Sequential State body does not require sleep. When the Temporal State body is asleep, blind or not, consciousness may shift to the Sequential State body. When that occurs, the thoughts, and ideas being experienced by the Sequential State body's brain are stored in the common Particle. The Sequential State body's brain can consider many solutions to problems instantly (no time limitation). Waking up with an idea or a solution to a problem is not uncommon.

Agnosopnosia   Blindsight broadly refers to the paradoxical neurological condition where patients with a visual field defect due to a cortical lesion nevertheless demonstrate implicit residual visual sensitivity.


A fully blind man walks down a hallway with multiple obstacles in his way. He walks at a moderate pace, scooting past the items that have been placed in the hallway to demonstrate his blindsight. He walks past objects that are about 2 feet in height and objects that are about 6 inches in height without bumping against them or stepping on them.

His Sequential State eyes can readily see the obstacles and although his Temporal State primary visual cortex has been destroyed, his Sequential State visual cortex is fully fuctional.

Michael B. Sabom, MD is an American cardiologist, confessing Christian and near-death-experience researcher.

Near Death Experiences

Dr. Sabom reports in his book, Light and Death, that a patient underwent a rare operation to remove a giant aneurysm in her brain that threatened her life.   The operation required that her body's temperature be lowered to 60 degrees, her heartbeat and breathing stopped and the blood drained from her head.   She was clinically quite dead. (continued below)

A successful neurosurgeon, who has taught at Harvard Medical School and other universities, spent his life dismissing claims of heavenly out-of-body experiences and refuting such talk with scientific logic, until he himself had a near-death experience. Dr. Eben Alexander says he knows the afterlife exists. He concludes, "We are loved by the Creator."

However, during that time, she had an NDE which was later verified to be true by Dr. Sabom.   In her Sequential State body, she rose above the operating table, described what the surgical team was saying, doing and with what instruments.   She left the room and was greeted by family members who had died sometime earlier.   She later was resuscitated and her Sequential State body became coincident again with her Temporal State body.

General Anesthesia

General anesthesia stops physical consciousness by preventing the cortical neurons from transferring information to the Particle. The Sequential State body may temporarily leave the Temporal State body, as has been reported.

"Paraplegics who have suffered a complete break of the spinal cord high in the upper body sometimes (experience feelings) in the legs and groin. Yet the spinal neurons that carry messages from those areas to the brain originate well below the break, which means that any nerve impulses arising in those neurons could not traverse the break." Ronald Melzack, psychology professor emeritus at McGill University in Montreal

Phantom Limb Syndrome

"Phantom limb syndrome is a condition in which patients experience sensations, whether painful or otherwise, in a limb that does not exist. It has been reported to occur in 80-100% of amputees, and typically has a chronic course, often resistant to treatment." (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17684875/)

If a Temporal State body's limb is removed, the Sequential State body's limb will still be there, which explains the phantom-limb syndrome.   The position of the Sequential State limb follows that of the stump and/or artificial limb.

Ballerina Gabi Shull

Dr. David S. Butler, Director of Neuro Orthopaedic Institute. Dr. Butler is a specialist in pain.

Phantom Limb Pain

I meet weekly with a physician as part of the work I do.   He told me that Dr. Butler had a patient who had lost her left forearm, wrist and hand.   She complained to him that her left (Sequential State) arm had made a tight fist and it was somehow painful to her.   He set up a mirror in which she could see what looked like her left arm and told her to relax both fists.   She did, her Sequential State fist relaxed, and the pain went away.

"It is often claimed that, because of the extraordinary abilities involved, we will never truly understand human memory and cognition until we understand the savant." Honorary Research Fellow, Dave Hiles

Savant Syndrome -1

If part of the Temporal State brain is damaged, undeveloped or removed, the Sequential State brain may function in its place, producing results that are far above normal.  Autistic savant, Stephen Wiltshire can draw entire cities from memory, based on single, brief helicopter rides.   His Sequential State eyes and brain store every detail in his Particle which Stephen can access easily.

"Savant syndrome is a rare, but extraordinary condition in which persons with serious mental disabilities, including autistic disorders, have some 'island of genius' which stand in marked, incongruous contrast to their overall handicap."   Darold A. Treffert, MD

Savant Syndrome -2

Leslie Lemke, blind from birth due to brain damage, began playing Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1, at the age of 16, with no musical training.   He heard it played once on television.   He is able to use part of his Sequential State brain and can recall every note perfectly.

There are thousands of such examples.

"The first descriptions of savant syndrome appear in 1789. However, the term "savant" was not applied to these people who displayed unusually exceptional talent until around 1887 when J. Langdon Down, a British doctor who also discovered Down syndrome, described ten people with savant syndrome as "idiot savants."
Isabella Torres Psychology major, St. Mary's University.

Savant Syndrome -3

"Savant syndrome comes in different forms. In congenital savant syndrome the extraordinary savant ability surfaces in early childhood. In acquired savant syndrome astonishing new abilities, typically in music, art or mathematics, appear unexpectedly in ordinary persons after a head injury, stroke or other central nervous system (CNS) incident where no such abilities or interests were present pre-incident." Scientific American

"Jason Padgett, 44, never cared for learning before he was knocked out in a late-night mugging in Tacoma, Washington in 2002. The next day, he started seeing lines around objects and began studying math and physics, and drawing intricate mathematical diagrams." Daily Mail.com

"In 2002, two men attacked Jason Padgett - a furniture salesman from Tacoma, Washington, who had very little interest in academics - outside a karaoke bar, leaving him with a severe concussion and post-traumatic stress disorder. But the incident also turned Padgett into a mathematical genius who sees the world through the lens of geometry. r/MysteriousFacts

"Further evidence for savant skills being latent in us all comes from our lab. We've been able to temporarily induce savant-like skills in normal individuals, using non-invasive TMS brain stimulation. For example, we've artificially induced savant-like performance in drawing, proofreading, numerosity, and reduced susceptibility to false memories."  
Dr. Allan Whitenack Snyder

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

"Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a noninvasive procedure that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to improve symptoms of depression. TMS is typically used when other depression treatments haven't been effective. This treatment for depression involves delivering repetitive magnetic pulses, so it's called repetitive TMS or rTMS. Though the biology of why rTMS works isn't completely understood, the stimulation appears to impact how the brain is working, which in turn seems to ease depression symptoms and improve mood." Mayo Clinic

What actually is happening is that TMS shuts down communications between the Particle and a portion of the Temporal State brain, allowing the same portion of the Sequential State brain to function in its place (sometimes inducing "savant-like skills in normal individuals"). The Sequential State brain does not have the chemical imbalance which is said to cause depression (they say, "many chemicals are involved, working both inside and outside nerve cells"). This may provide a temporary clarity relieving the depression, but sometimes causes lasting physical brain damage.

"Transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) provides moderate cognitive benefits in healthy older adults as well as those with neuropsychiatric disorders, results of the largest and most comprehensive meta-analysis of tACS to date show."  
Megan Brooks, Medscape Medical News

Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS)

"Transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) is a unique form of non-invasive brain stimulation. Sinusoidal alternating electric currents are delivered to the scalp to affect mostly cortical neurons. tACS is supposed to modulate brain function and, in turn, cognitive processes by entraining brain oscillations and inducing long-term synaptic plasticity." (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33211157)

What actually is happening is that tACS damages or disrupts the cortecal neuro-networks of the Temporal State brain, allowing the same components of the Sequential State brain, which cannot be damage by external Temporal State forces, to function in its place sometimes producing "moderate cognitive benefits in healthy older adults."

"The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence."*Nikola Tesla

Pediatric neurosurgeon, Dr. Michael Egnor says: "A singular consequence of the materialist metaphysics that permeates our culture and our sciences is that we commonly hold basic beliefs that are abject nonsense. One such belief found among ordinary folks as well as neuroscientists, is the belief that the brain 'stores' memories. The fact is that the brain doesn't store memories and can't store memories."

Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

"Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a procedure, done under general anesthesia, in which small electric currents are passed through the brain, intentionally triggering a brief seizure. ECT seems to cause changes in brain chemistry that can quickly reverse symptoms of certain mental health conditions . . . Some people have trouble remembering events that occurred right before treatment or in the weeks or months before treatment or, rarely, from previous years. This condition is called retrograde amnesia." Mayo Clinic

Cortical neural networks store memory in the Particle. If some part of the Temporal State neural network which placed the memory in the Particle is damaged or missing, the memory may not be recallable in part or at all except through Intuition.

"Scientists will not be able to fully understand vision, consciousness, memory, autism, savant abilities nor cellular control, including DNA replication, mitosis, meiosis, and certainly not cancer, until scientists look beyond the corporeal aspect of life."     John Beiswenger

Dr. Ben Carson was the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland from 1984 until his retirement in 2013.


Dr. Ben Carson and Dr. Neville removed the left hemisphere of Maranda's brain. "We didn't know if Maranda would ever walk or talk again. The (parents), alert to every sound, heard the gurney creaking down the hallway and ran to meet us. "Wait!" (her mother) called softly. She went to the gurney bent down and kissed her daughter. Maranda's eyes fluttered open for a second. "I love you, Mommy and Daddy," she said. I just stood there, amazed and excited, as I silently shared in that incredible moment. We had hoped for recovery, but none of us had considered that she could be so alert so quickly. Maranda had opened her eyes. She recognized her parents. She was talking, hearing, thinking, responding. We had removed the left half of her brain, the dominant part that controls the speech area. Yet Maranda was talking! She was a little restless, uncomfortable on the narrow gurney, and stretched her right leg, moved her right arm - the side controlled by the half of her brain we had removed!" An excerpt from Gifted Hands, The Ben Carson Story, published in 2011.

Maranda's left Sequential State brain hemisphere was functioning in place of the removed Temporal State hemisphere.

Brittany Buell with Jaxon shortly after his birth in 2015. "He's just like any other baby," Brittany said. "He's teething and gassy so he's cranky often but he's happy. He plays with his toys, he talks to us and smiles and giggles in his own little silly way."


"Jaxon Emmett Buell was an American child known for being born missing about 80% of his brain due to microhydranencephaly. He surpassed doctors' expectations, who predicted he would not live to be one year old. He lived for five years." Wikipedia

His father says "Jaxon make noises and plays with his toys. In fact, how Jaxon is able to see the blinking lights on his toys is baffling because his cerebrum is so small." "It's so cute when he gets so proud of himself," Brittany said. "He grins." The Buells also believe their son understands that they love him. "Every day we spend time with him. Every day we play with him. Every day we say, 'I love you', probably over a hundred times a day every single day, no exaggeration," Brandon said. "We call him by his name. We say, 'Mommy's here, Daddy's here. We love you so much, we're so proud of you. You're so strong, you're so smart.' He hears those every day from us and sure, maybe I'm biased but I believe in positive reinforcement and talking to him and loving him." They say they hear him saying words like "hello," and say he responds to their attention. "Jaxon's doing so well and can teach the medical world so much, and he's such a miracle that he brings people to Christ, we've even witnessed it," Brittany said.

Jaxon's Sequential State brain was functioning in place of the missing parts of his Temporal State brain.

Look at Jaxon watching the camera.

Jeff Hawkins, author of On Intelligence: Jeff Hawkins says, the brain is too slow to compute reactions to stimuli. As an answer to this problem he says the brain retrieves the answers from memory.

Rapid Reaction to Unexpected Events

You may be working at your desk, focused on what you must do, or reading an email, or watching a video when quite suddenly an object falls off the corner of your desk due to an unrelated motion of yours. You were not watching the object; your focus was on your work. Yet, somehow, in less time than it takes to turn your attention toward the falling object, your hand reaches for it, grasps it, catching it in midair within inches of your desktop without you even thinking about it. How is that possible, if the brain is so slow as Jeff Hawkins says? His answer is correct, but incomplete.

You saw the object in your far peripheral vision where the density of receptor cells in the retina is lowest at the edges. The Particle at the functional center of these neuron-receptors instantly (no time involved) compares the information to a similar reaction in memory and also instantly causes action potentials in the appropriate motor neurons (introducing a delay of only 5 milliseconds) which in turn cause the exact muscles to contract, shaping the fingers of the hand correctly to grasp, in a fraction of a second, the falling object.

Dr. Reba Goodman and Dr Martin Blank. "The wide frequency range of interaction with EMF is the functional characteristic of a fractal antenna, and DNA appears to possess the two structural characteristics of fractal antennas, electronic conduction and self symmetry. These properties contribute to greater reactivity of DNA with EMF in the environment, and the DNA damage could account for increases in cancer epidemiology, as well as variations in the rate of chemical evolution in early geologic history."

Reaction to Unexpected Events continued

And how, you may ask, does the Particle communicate directly with the motor neurons? Just like it does with all neurons in the body. The Particle and DNA are at the functional center of every cell in the body, with the exception of red blood cells. All cells receive instructions from the Particle, but neurons and the Particle share information.

How does the transfer of information from the neuron to the Particle take place? DNA is wrapped 1.65 turns around bead-like octameric histone cores forming nucleosomes. The assembly is twisted tightly forming solenoid chromatin fibers (see above image). At rest, the neuron's inner membrane wall is about 70 millivolts negative, relative to the outer wall. When the neuron receives information to be transferred to the Particle, an Action Potential occurs, reversing the polarization of the cell's membrane to +40 millivolts. The Action Potential thereby creates a current in the solenoid chromatin fiber within the nucleus of the neuron which produces an ultra-high frequency electromagnetic field enveloping the Particle.

The reverse happens when the Particle shares information with the neurons, in this example, motor neurons. The Particle at the functional center of the motor neuron produces an ultra-high frequency electromagnetic field enveloping the solenoid chromatin fibers which act like fractal antennas. This produces an action potential which leaves by way of the neuron's axons traveling to the muscles causing contractions. The resulting ringing effect in the output from the neuron (graph shown on the right) proves an inductor was involved and that an EMF generated internally caused the inductor to react. The EMF was produced by the Particle.

If it were not for this process involving the Particle, you could not dance, play tennis, baseball or even carry on an extemporaneous conversation.

Electromagnetic Radiation can interfere with instructions from the Particle.

Prof. Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD.

Cellphone Use

"We found that cell phone use is linked to gliomas [malignant brain tumors] and acoustic neuromas [benign tumors of the brain's auditory nerve] and are showing up after only ten years," says lead author Lennart Hardell, an oncologist and cancer epidemiologist at University Hospital in Örebro, Sweden.

The FCC disagrees. The government is relying on the Telecommunications Act of 1996 which states that if the radiation exposure is not enough to create heat, the body suffers no harm. What is not known is that the Particle uses ultra-high frequency radiation to communicate with cells. Verizon's 5G Ultra Wideband network uses 28 and 39 GHz spectrum bands. No large studies have been conducted using 5g smartphones.

In 2013 WHO's International Agency for Research on Cancer found that children are more susceptible to RF radiation exposure than adults.

Francis Harry Compton Crick was a British molecular biologist, biophysicist, and neuroscientist. In 1953, he co-authored with James Watson the academic paper proposing the double helix structure of the DNA molecule. On July 28, 2004 Dr. Crick left his Temporal State body.

The Binding Problem

The "Binding Problem," which obsessed Dr. Francis Crick, is defined in his book, The Astonishing Hypothesis, in which he says, "As an object seen is often also heard, smelled or felt, this binding must also occur across sensory modalities. The brain somehow binds together all those neurons actively responding to different aspects of a perceived object."

Sapien Labs is a not-for-profit organization established in 2016 with a mission to enable deeper understanding of the human mind. They also recognize the Binding Problem. In Item 5 they use the word somehow twice.

It is the fact that the Particle is at the functional center of every cell, including every neuron, that "binds together" the various "sensory modalities."

* The sentiment expressed in the quote aligns with Tesla's interest in exploring phenomena beyond traditional scientific boundaries. He was known to have unconventional ideas and theories, and he often delved into topics that were considered unconventional or ahead of his time. So, while there's no direct evidence that Tesla said these exact words, the sentiment is consistent with his broader views on the potential for scientific exploration.

The Atemporal Particle Theory - New Supporting Evidence

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