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Tina Jenkins
Tina Jenkins

Quantum Love

We all dream of that special soul mate. Many of us find him or her. Some of us, so certain we've found that person, fall in love and expect a fairytale ending. But it doesn't always end that way. Cracks form, our relationship hits a rough patch, and we wonder, "Are we supposed to be together?"

Quantum Love

The problem started years before we met our significant other. From a young age, we formed a blueprint of our ideal partner. This blueprint, our Imago, was informed by the positive as well as negative traits and experiences we had with our parents and other caretakers. As we grew up, we carried it with us, finding ourselves attracted to the person who seemed to match the blueprint. The possibility of perfect love reemerged, and we placed expectations on our partner that they simply could not meet. In fact, that's part of the reason we were attracted to them! We want to get what we didn't get from someone sort of like the people who didn't give it to us in the first place! As the fairy tale began to unravel, we started to grasp for answers. What can be done?

The response of a gravitating object to an external tidal field is encoded in its Love numbers, which identically vanish for classical black holes (BHs). Here we show, using standard time-independent quantum perturbation theory, that for a quantum BH, generically, the Love numbers are nonvanishing and negative, and that their magnitude depends on the lowest-lying levels of the quantum spectrum of the BH. We calculate the quadrupolar electric quantum Love number of slowly rotating BHs and show that it depends most strongly on the first excited level of the quantum BH. We then compare our results to the same Love number of exotic ultra compact objects and to that of classical compact stars and highlight their different parametric dependence. Finally, we discuss the detectability of the quadrupolar quantum Love number in future precision gravitational-wave observations and show that, under favorable circumstances, its magnitude is large enough to imprint an observable signature on the gravitational waves emitted during the inspiral phase of two moderately spinning BHs.

This album is about our love for God. Receiving and singing these songs is a way to connect with our Source; a way to let God speak directly to us and move through us. Every song is a deep prayer of the heart. The title track, Quantum Love, is our anthem; "Love radiates, undefined. It's all-inclusive, one Love, one Heart, one Mind". Ricki's songs express a deep passion for awakening, and Kirsten's songs are an invitation to rest in God. Receive the Gift!

Quantum physics is a truly fascinating subject filled with seemingly bizarre counter-intuitive mysteries and paradoxes that can make the head spin! There have been many books written about quantum physics that take a purely scientific approach. However, there are some that mix science and speculative metaphysical interpretations of the quantum world to posit the theory that quantum physics affects love within relationships and causes multi-dimensional entangled effects upon human beings in the space-time continuum.

The word 'quantum' used in physics can be defined as the smallest possible nanoscopic amount of the many different forms of energy that penetrate everything in the Cosmos from the finite to the infinite. I have applied it to the love of God, which transcends everything, because it is limitless and immeasurable, as well as beyond human comprehension and understanding.

God has given to human beings freely, and without limits, the desire and capacity for love, because they are created in His image. His love has no beginning or end, no depth or height, width or length that can be measured. It is knowable by human beings through Jesus Christ and can be intimately experienced because of Him. His love is spontaneous and transcends all limits of human emotions and understanding.

Personal experiences over the years have helped to solidify in me the truth that the love of God revealed in the Bible can be trusted and is the supreme and only reliable source for learning about how a person is truly loved by the Creator of the Universe and how they can love Him back.

I believe that it is the quantum love of God that makes Christianity completely different and unique from all the other religions in the world because it is the only religion where Jesus Christ, who is love Himself, comes to dwell within each willing heart when He is invited.

My intent in writing this book is to separate the objective science of quantum physics from the subjective mystical and spiritual interpretations and compare them with what the Bible has to say on this subject. I will not try to combine the latest discoveries in quantum physics with Christian doctrine to show that theology and science fit together very comfortably, or to prove scientifically that God exists.

The Quantum Love of God is what makes Christianity completely different and unique from all the other religions in the world because it is the only religion where Jesus Christ, who is love Himself, comes to dwell within each willing heart when He is invited to.

This is especially important in your relationships, particularly your marriage. Choosing to love your partner out of a place of positivity, developing a sense of when their energy gets low and needs a boost, will be essential to maintaining a happy and fulfilled relationship that is intensely connected.

Yeah. Thank you, listeners. Remember to cultivate your divine connection, set your intentions for the day, remember to love and cherish yourself, and have a Stellar Life. This is Orion, until next time.

Pierre has been happily married for fifteen years and a good father. Still in love with his wife, he enjoys his wife and family and is content. One evening, he meets Elsa at a party and are immediately attracted to each other. Fifteen days later, they happen to meet again and the mutual attraction turns into infatuation. But his love for his wife and Elsa's rule about not dating married men prevents them from taking the next step. Instead, they fantasize about each other, and soon the fantasies mingle with the reality.

While there is nothing truly original in "Une rencontre's" excecution, its made so playfully that its unashamed naïveté becomes its strength. A nice simple story about love, chance meetings and metaphysics.

This is an overlong pop song video like they did them in the 90ies. Paula Abduls "Rush" comes into mind. Or something by Whitney H, Mariah C, George M or what-do-I-know. Also the soundtrack is way too much and the music seems more important than the Coulda-Woulda-Shoulda-story. Cluzet's guy staring at Marceau's gal made me think of Cruise'es guy staring at Cruz'es gal in VANILLA SKY. And for the record: since when was staring at people EVER sexy? I liked the fact that it's a love story about a 48+ couple. And it's very tasteful and sensual. Made me think of the forgotten Sliding Doors, that's the name of the movie with a similiar approach to the love story. What if and so on ...

Quantum technology and AI will revolutionise our world in the coming years, but will we ever love them? Quantum is still hidden and requires deep understanding and technologies, AI is already -through our phones- at our fingertips. Although many of this 'artificial intelligence' is actually Machine Learning and clever usage of huge amounts of data (and the results) - it puts a spell on us and we will recognise back our own intelligence. In this newsletter Peter Clark reports on the Quantum developments in Europe and there is a report on a AI app that can help you understand and recognise the world around you.

Europe could be about to squander a good position in the quantum computing sector, according to a report produced by Boston Consulting Group. The report reveals that quantum computing is likely to generated between $450 billion and $850 billion in value over the next 15 to 30 years ... read Peter Clarke's report 041b061a72


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