From: David Lynch <dnl1960 at>
To: Courtney Brown <polscb at>
Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2012 5:45 PM
Subject: 2Remote View a Morphic Field


"Ideas are cheap. Detailed predictions of unknown phenomena from those ideas is the real testing ground.
When you produce such a list of testable predictions I will be happy to comment on it."
-NDTyson Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2007 05:06:40 -0800 (PST)

To predict an unknown phenomena with a cheap idea, would require an enormous anomaly.

Since Science discards results not easily reproduced, the most unique events fade into oblivion.
Thus to reach an "unknown" phenomena testing ground is scientifically impossible.
Currently Science tries to resolve solutions to observations using the number line.

Yet the number line contains and infinite number of infinities.
There are the negative and positive infinities at each end of the number line,
and there are an infinite number of infinities between the infinite number of integers on the number line.
No wonder Schrodinger's cat has many worlds to live and die.

The Mathematical axiom, -c>∞<c+,
reduces the infinite infinities of the number line into a singular infinity oscillating a particle with a wave at the speed of light.

In the -c>∞<c+ model space, the multitude of Universes that remote viewers see originate from the infinite instant of a moment.
A moment that uses the potential of a future to reflect energy from a probable past. A feedback loop.

In the below linked letter to Rupert Sheldrake,
I explain how the Mathematical axiom, -c>∞<c+,
was derived and how the axiom relates to his Morphic Field..

In the Sheldrake letter, there is a link to a letter to Fay Dowker.
The below linked Dowker letter explains how to apply the Mathematical axiom, -c>∞<c+, to cosmology.
Strongly suggesting that Hoyle and Gold were correct by suggesting that the Universe is a steady state system.

In a way, I have been remote viewing since 2003. In the first couple of years,
I created over 2 terabytes of abstract art filled with impressions and thoughts.
In 2005, the KnoWell equation emerged from the multitude of visions.

By 2007, the KnoWell refined into its current incarnation.

Below is the KnoWell expressed by using set notation.

Currently, I have nearly four terabytes of abstract art that document the evolution of the KnoWell equation.
In essence, I have been documenting my remote viewing.

May I have fifteen minutes of your time. I would like to draw a KnoWell for you,
and put forth an experiment that would test the interpretation that the LA earthquake remote viewing suggests that there are multiple Universes.

Best wishes,
David Noel Lynch

"The emergence of the Universe is the precipitation of chaos through the evaporation of control." ~3K