- Experiments prove we are ‘entangled’ in time: The future: that which is not yet born, is strongly influenced by that which no longer exists.
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- THE HARD PROBLEM OF CONSCIOUSNESS
- ‘MIND’ was present right after the Big Bang
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Experiments prove we are ‘entangled’ in time: The future: that which is not yet born, is strongly influenced by that which no longer exists.
Experiments indicate that we are entangled in time. Quantum particles can instantly influence each other regardless of how far apart they are. This is called “entanglement“. The non-locality of quantum mechanics, as manifested by entanglement, does not apply only to … Continue reading
Natural selection explains how organisms that already exist evolve in response to changes in their environment. But Darwin’s theory is silent on how organisms came into being in the first place, which he considered a deep mystery. What creates life … Continue reading
Just how subtly and forcefully we’re influenced by unconscious urges is readily apparent (or should be) in the effects of mass advertising. Unconscious emotions are reflected through media images plainly designed to evoke pleasurable feelings and associate them with a … Continue reading
Consciousness is awareness. A subjective experience of internal and external phenomenal worlds. It defines our existence. But how and where does it exist? This is what scientists call ‘the hard problem of consciousness‘. There is the ‘brain as a computer’ … Continue reading
Recent experimental research supports that space and time are conceptual artifacts that sprang from primordial consciousness. Consciousness includes human mental processes, but it cannot be just a human attribute. Existing outside space and time, it must have been “there” “before” those … Continue reading
“DNA is like a computer program, but far, far more advanced than any software we’ve ever created”- Bill Gates.
Extremely complex systems like our DNA can only be understood by taking into account additional “organizing principles” that emerge at various levels of complexity. This is termed “strong emergence“. In contrast, reductionists claim that you can predict life from the … Continue reading