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Cause and Effect: Convenient Storytelling

When the past and the future are seen in the timeless now, as parts of a common pattern, the idea of cause-effect loses its validity and creative freedom takes its place. – Nisargadatta Maharaj Of all…

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Stuart Hameroff: Quantum Information and the Brain

If you look at a single neuron in the human brain, says anesthesiologist Stuart Hameroff, you’ll find that it is much more complicated than a simple on-off switch, the kind that computer scientists are using in…

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Quantum Entanglement and Wormholes

At SAND14 in San Jose, California, Quantum Physicist John Hagelin spoke about the theory that entangled particles are connected through wormholes – the rabbit hole of physics, providing a physical link to enable instantaneous tunneling through…

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Panel: Quantum Theory and Free Will

A panel discussion recorded at SAND14 with Chris Fields, Henry Stapp and Donald Hoffman. Quantum theory incorporates two seemingly-contradictory ideas about free will. On the one hand, an observer can choose both the system to measure and the…

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The Nonlocal, Entangled, Conscious Universe – Menas Kafatos

From the Spookiness of Limited Mind to the Undivided Wholeness of Reality Menas Kafatos, Ph.D., Fletcher Jones Endowed Professor of Computational Physics, Chapman University Quantum mechanics brought in the role of observation in a primary way,…

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Is Entanglement Fundamentally a Physical or Spiritual Phenomenon?

In Quantum theory, entanglement is like action at a distance but faster than the speed of light. Latest observations suggest that a spacetime wormhole connects two entangled particles, thus accounting for their instantaneous communication. Is such…

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Heidegger: Being-There (or Nothing)

German philosopher Martin Heidegger employed the methods of phenomenology in pursuit of more comprehensive metaphysical goals. In Heidegger’s full-fledged existentialism, the primary task of philosophy is to understand Being itself, not merely our knowledge of it….

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The Only Perception Process (part I)

Experience has the knack of fooling us on a regular basis. We see the sun setting every day, but we know very well the sun never sets. It is the earth rotating backwards, which gives us…

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