Hanns-Oskar Porr on probability clouds, etc.

I invited Hanns-Oskar Porr to give us a post, and here is his contribution. As it embeds photos and all, I think it better to give you the link than to try to incorporate it here.


7 thoughts on “Hanns-Oskar Porr on probability clouds, etc.

  1. This morning I reread your/TGU’s answer again to my very first question on 1/29/2019. “TGU on reality as kneading.” It was one of the important trigger points for me to write my own post yesterday, where I used “images” and “overlapping images” to clarify the analogy.

    If you now reread their answer from January, they specifically talk also about images and overlapping images as well.

    Coincidence? If you allow for it, you can interpret their statement that they foresaw things to come. Potential evidence for being outside of time, and that time FOR US does not just peculate forward, it can also ripple backwards.

    As I wrote this comment, it got too lengthy, so I posted it as a follow up to my article from yesterday. If you go there, you will find it.

      1. I suppose that’s a gentle ribbing, but my continual wondering if I were making up this or that proved to be extremely valuable, and taught me a lot about the process. The answer, after all, turns out to be yes but no, or perhaps no but yes.

        1. Dear Frank,

          It has been a number of months now since I was last in contact with you. I have since gone through a major brain tumor operation and rehabilitation period and am now seemingly in better shape than I have ever been. It is very important that I find a good publisher for my two most recent book projects now almost completed. I have all along thought of Hampton Roads as being a good match. I remember you saying that you had pretty much retired out of direct involvement with the publishing house, but were still perhaps at least somewhat In touch with those now running it. How should I approach Hampton Roads with regard to these two books of mine, and is there anyone in particular I should be reaching out to? Thank you, Frank, for any help you can give me on this matter. I look forward to hearing from you. I hope you are in good health and spirit.

          Jon Klimo

  2. While checking out Hanns’ cool photographs of light patterns from lasers passing through a crystal, I also checked out other posts on his blog. I was drawn to read his three part series on “why bad things happen to good people,” a careful and heart-felt discussion the loss of his step daughter by murder. I found Hanns’ discussion of the 2nd and 3rd tier affects of Heather’s death, within the context of TGU material, very intriguing. He asks some very tough questions, offering his insights as possible answers.

    This is a worthwhile read.

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