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Quote from: Anemani on March 09, 2010, 11:43:44^^ That has happened to me (the light thing) but I do not know if it was just a car going into my neighbors driveway. I think I am getting improvement on the state of mind part though. I will start to drift off more now and then my heart rate increases and my body begins to feel like it is floating, but then I become fully conscious and it goes away. So ^^ yay!
Quote from: Anemani on March 09, 2010, 12:53:45I lay down for about 40 mins exactly each time (If my mind is not wondering) With the binaural beats I am able to stay still for 1 hour and my results are a bit better and my mind drifts off more, but after that I will fall asleep without realizing it. When I first started it only took me 10 to 20 minutes to get into the trance, but as time went on, my time increased until I was not getting any results, which I am wondering if that is because of something to do with my physical body, because know I am doing a bit better each night.
QuoteThen don't listen to a word I say. It's all lies. I've been making it up for fun at your expense, I'm sorry. Forget everything I've ever said to you....seriously.
Quote from: kurtykurt42 on March 10, 2010, 22:25:27How the heck would I know that? I wouldn't even be able to tell you what percentage of planets in this galaxy support life.
Quote from: Fresco on March 10, 2010, 22:16:14Kurt, how many planets in our universe do you think support life (approximate percentage)??
Quote from: kurtykurt42 on March 10, 2010, 22:46:53I would bet that every star in the galaxy is capable of having at least one planet around it that supports life in some form or another. There are about 100 - 400 billion stars in our galaxy. It's difficult to say how many planets there are orbiting these stars but I would have to say about a trillion or so. If only 1% of these trillion planets had life that would be about (10^12 * .01) = 1,000,000,000 or one billion planets.
Quote from: zareste on March 11, 2010, 06:33:18I can answer that: All of them. Even the void of space has life in it (albeit different).But I'm guessing you mean cellular carbon/hydrogen life like we're familiar with. There are numerous planets similar to ours - we're one of many Earth-types - with civilizations and forests and oceans. There are also many desert planets similar to Mars that are sparsely inhabited. There are frozen planets like Pluto where encapsulated cities are built. I've gotten wind that even our own Moon is terraformed on the back.