Of all the quantum particles, neutrinos and quarks are the only ones known to oscillate. They can change flavour (form, mass, energy) when they like. Neutrinos have three variants to choose from, quarks have six. The main difference, perhaps, is in the neutrino being a travelling particle, shooting through everything on a path from the Sun, and the quark being sedentary, sitting here being the foundation of matter.
In conversation with Kai tonight, we discussed the levels of consciousness which humans can evolve to. He said that reaching a point of peace was the critical thing for Living in the Moment with any chance of retention, an agreeable conclusion since inner peace is the underpin of 'dark age' religions which agree on the individual (singularity) being responsible for reaching it. Ancient faiths don't preach of expecting someone or something else to come along and fix the coma, they teach of the power of soul and how to nourish the forces which the inner self may harness. Karmic law pervades - do unto others as you'd be unto done by. We fail, a lot.
Maybe we can trust interplay between the neutrino and the quark to help us out. If we want to harness the positivity of the Universe, perhaps we just need to let go of the reins enough to trust that as long as we do stuff that feels right, really right, everything will be fine. Letting the natural order of the Universe take us where we need to go means we can, if we want to, evolve to a point where we can safely take our consciousness where it really needs to go, and rest certain in the knowledge that we're paving it forward to Advancement (on the wave of advanced time?) Maybe it's really that simple.
If we're going to harness positivity, it has to come from somewhere, and photons sure seem to play a part. Sunshine is much easier to feel good in. Stands to reason that the higher the electrons in the shells of our atoms, the more energetic they become, the more subject they are to uncertainty and thus the more likely they are to destabilize and invite a positron to jump in. The more positrons jump in, the more annihilations are happening to produce more energy, and it's this energy we feed on in keeping us motivated to live life to the max. Innit?
Kathy Ratcliffe has studied quantum mechanics since 1997, leads a life surrounded by birds and animals, and is a stalwart fan of Stargate SG1.