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Quantum mechanics, consciousness & the self

05/12/2013 09:43
Chris Clarke Faculty of Mathematical Studies, University of Southampton Chis Clarke’s paper discusses qualia and free will. Clarke defines the irreducible aspect of qualia and also free will as the essence of human consciousness. He thinks that qualia arise from an ‘entanglement’ between a person...

Quantum consciousness

05/12/2013 09:40
Piero Scaruffi Piero Scaruffi takes the view that the more we come to know about the brain, the less easy it becomes to explain consciousness in terms of classical physics. This is the direct opposite of the mainstream view according to which greater knowledge of the brain will inevitably reveal an...

Photons as carriers of consciousness

05/12/2013 09:38
Herms Romijn Netherlands Institute for Brain Research Romijn puts forward the concept that subjectivity or consciousness is coded into the virtual photons that generate electric and magnetic fields. This approach has considerable advantages. Photons intermediating the electromagnetic force are, as...

How many people in my head

05/12/2013 09:37
Jonathan Edwards, Imprint Academic The author has painstakingly researched and developed his own theory of consciousness. He argues firstly, that consciousness has to exist at the level of the individual neuron, and secondly that this neuron-based consciousness is an electromechanical wave of...

Consciousness in Bohm’s Ontology

05/12/2013 09:35
Paavo Pylkkännen University of Skövde, Sweden Bohm’s views on both quantum theory and consciousness changed over the course of his life, making it difficult to specify his exact views. Bohm proposed that a quantum particle was accompanied by a field or quantum potential that Bohm proposed as the...

The Implicate Order

05/12/2013 09:34
David Bohm took the view that quantum theory and relativity contradicted one another, and that this contradiction implied that there existed a more fundamental level in the physical universe. He claimed that both quantum theory and relativity pointed towards this deeper theory. This more...

Nature of Quantum Theory

05/12/2013 09:32
The fundamental particles are bound together by the four forces of nature, which are gravity, electromagnetism and the strong and the weak nuclear forces. The strong nuclear force binds together the particles in the nucleus of the atom, and acts only over the very short range of the nucleus itself....

The Holographic Universe

01/12/2013 05:40
The universe we see is a “holographic universe.”  "University of London physicist David Bohm, for example, believes … that despite its apparent solidity, the universe is at heart a phantasm, a gigantic and splendidly detailed hologram."2 [Read more] ...  

A threat unknown to many: Holocene Extinction

29/11/2013 06:40
By John Black While people remain occupied with everyday life—political and economic crises, entertainment and conspiracy theories—an event has been transpiring that is so important and vital for humanity, yet no one has been paying attention to it. The Holocene extinction is a term used to...

Colony Earth and The Rig Veda - Part II

29/11/2013 06:38
by Susan I have taken the off-world position of reading the Sanskrit texts through the eyes of an ancient astronaut, and interpret them through the filter of the more current science and astrophysics. While simultaneously and conversely, from my understanding of the cosmology and metaphysical...
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