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  1. #1 Dualistic biology and secondary information system? 
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    Hello all,
    Here is extract from one website,where the proponent claims that there are indications that humans have 2 information systems,one on material level another one on mirror level:

    "DUALISTIC BIOLOGY
    This theory is based on the assumption that living organisms make invisible mirror copies of themselves (parallel dimension, mind, dark matter, mirror particles).
    Benveniste´s experiment and Kirlian photography of a cut leaf are indications that mirror copies of molecules and atoms are a reality.
    Libet`s experiment, blindsight, endospores, seeds, phantom limbs and tardigrades are examples which indicate that organisms have developed a second information system on mirror world level.

    Libet´s Sensory Experience Backwards in Time-experiment is a good demonstration that humans have two information systems: 1. The nerve impulse to cerebral cortex + 0.5 sec to consciousness in the material brain. 2. A fraction of a second (faster-than-light) on the unconscious mirror world level to mind brain.
    Consciousness appears where mind brain is connected to the materialistic brain. Neurotransmittors act as body-mind transducers.

    My interpretation of Benveniste´s experiment: Every molecule has a corresponding mirror copy of the molecule. A copy ("key") can react on a specific receptor molecule ("lock") on body level according to the immunological principle."

    http://web.telia.com/~u59500234/ED03.htm


    What do you guys think?Is it worth some serious attention or mere speculation?
    My major point here is this: ""Libet`s experiment, blindsight, endospores, seeds, phantom limbs and tardigrades are examples which indicate that organisms have developed a second information system on mirror world level."
    We got a claim here.Can it be refuted?I think claim on phantom limbs can be refuted,what about the rest?"
    Thank you,


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    Isn't this the third time you have posted this tosh?

    Apart from anything else, mirror matter (which is purely hypothetical) barely reacts with normal matter and so it could not create any noticeable effects.


    "Libet`s experiment, blindsight, endospores, seeds, phantom limbs and tardigrades are examples which indicate that organisms have developed a second information system on mirror world level."
    Libet's experiment simply demonstrate the fact that it takes us time to become aware of what our minds are doing. Nerves are s.l.o.w. Sadly, all sorts of fanciful ideas have been justified using it.

    This is all normal, everyday stuff. I mean: Seeds? What? Tardigrades?? What?? How on earth do these perfectly ordinary things require this sort of lunacy.


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    Thanks,Strange.Yes,to me it also seemed strange,the whole idea of this guy.
    You forgot to mention "phantom limbs".They are perfectly explainable within neurology.
    The only thing I didn't know how to respond was Libet's experiment,wich,as I know ,for today still raises many question,but as You righlty pointy out,there is no need to come with crazy answers.
    Look how this guy explain it here: http://web.telia.com/~u59500234/ED04.htm
    I showed it to a friend of mine ,his reaction was "what this guy was smoking?"
    And,today I sent e-mail to paranormal researcher Alan Gauld,with what I posted in OP,he responded: "I can't see how he can draw any conclusions from the empirical studies he cites about his very nebulous idea of 'biological dualiusm'! "
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