Spirulina, Earthworms and Computers

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Spirulina, Earthworms and Computers' a project about interspecific communication limits, that involves spirulina[1], earthworms and computers [2].

In Chris Griscom words:

    La comunicación entre las especies es una esperanza y un sueño para casi todos los seres humanos.
    ¿Quien no siente que puede hablar con su gato, su perro o su caballo, y que ellos, a su vez, saben
    exactamente lo que estamos pensando y sintiendo? ¿Cuántas veces tenemos el corazón agitado por la ira
    o la depresión y nuestro animal doméstico parece percibir los mismos sentimientos, cuando te aproximas
    para darnos su apoyo o distraernos? [3]

And the benefits of this kind of comunication are beyond our imagination:

    La comunicación [...] con otros seres del reino animal puede tener unas consecuencias mucho más 
    profundas [...]: nos ofrece la posibilidad de adquirir el instinto de supervivencia, alcanzado por
    otras especies que se han adaptado a la comunidad de la Tierra desde un tiempo inmemorial. [4]
    Esta comunicación [...] es una vasta e intrincada trama de una conciencia que penetra los éteres
    cósmicos permitiendo que fluyan a través de nuestras antenas perceptivas [5]
    esta facultad [...] es realmente la matriz multidimensional del saber interconectivo y sincrónico, 
    que permite expandir desde la transferencia de pensamiento hasta los dúos de movimientos físicos simbólicos e 
    interconectados posibles dentro de la familia humana y de todos los seres sensibles [6]
    ¿Podría ser, de hecho, que el grandioso homo sapiens no sea otra cosa que un hermano menor de
    aquellos mayores que, al parecer, no sólo nos aventajan en varios millones de años en la Tierra 
    sino que, como muchos [...] insisten, de otras partes del universo? [7]

Starting Point

Beyond the amazing advantages of interspecific communication, it isn't a easy thing prove its possibility. Three ways to start working has came to us:

  1. Define a paradigm where this kind of communication would be logically possible as a first milestone before starting empirical experimentation.
  2. Take the current scientist paradigm and try to prove the communication empirically.
  3. Move main project goal to the true texts production about the spirulina, earthworms and computers relations investigation.

Every approach has its owns lacks and advantages. The main advantage of the first approach is its independece from empirical investigation as a logic construction. But this is too its principal problem because without works that shows it we only have text pieces that shows its possibility in a very widespread way. The second approach has the adventage that allows start with empirical tests based in existing research results about the topics involved. Its main problem is the resources needed for the tests and essays and the work needed for compile and process the available information about topics. The third approach has the clear advantage to start with production. It don't need to prove a hypothesis to publish results. It needs the other two approaches to have something to write about, but this is also a good point because it's the perfect partner of the other two investigation ways. As a conclusion all three approaches will be used simultaneously.

First approach results

As a laughable start has to be mentioned here the Nagarjuna-Fernandez Paradigm a tentative to create a new scientist paradigm in you night. Evidently it has a lot of logic mistakes and has to be rewritten deeply. After this first tentative the efforts move to basic topics of investigation propaedeutics.

Second approach results

No results yet. But There is a PH testing paper book waiting for start.

Third approach results

You can read the investigation notes on Spirulina, Earthworms and Computers Notes wiki page.



[1] More info about Spirulina on Cultivando,conviviendo

[2] More info about computers on this project on Hurdy

[3] Chis Griscom, prólogo a Delfines y telepatía de Timothy Wyllie, ed. Luciernaga, 1995, Barcelona, p. 13.

[4] ibídem, p. 14.

[5] ibídem, p. 14.

[6] ibídem, p. 12.

[7] ibídem, p. 15.