Simulating Space and Time (Brian Whitworth)  

The emergence of the physical world from information processing (Brian Whitworth)  

Exploring the Virtual Reality Conjecture (Brian Whitworth)  

The Spontaneous Healing of Beliefs (Gregg Branden 2008)

“…there are places where the laws of physics don’t operate, such as the very small realm of quantum particles. While it would seem that this world plays such an insignificant role in our lives that we could just write off the failure of physical laws as a fringe effect, nothing …

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THE BOOK – On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are (Alan Watts) “Briefly, the thesis is that the prevalent sensation of oneself as a separate ego enclosed in a bag of skin is a hallucination which accords neither with Western science nor with the experimental philosophy-religions of the East—in particular the central and germinal Vedanta philosophy of Hinduism. This hallucination underlies …

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Are Individual Cells Conscious? (Guenter Albrecht-Buehler) “As summarized in this web site, it presents novel assays demonstrating that cells coordinate their bodies during movement and respond to physical and topological parameters which are too weak to have caused the observed reaction by force. These responses are then analyzed and used to identify the nature and …

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Are We Living Inside a Brain? Neural Architecture of the Akashic Records (Jay Alfred)



Why Consciousness is Not the Brain (Larry Dossey)  

Scientist Allan Snyder Explains Why Genius is in Everyone “…it is fascinating that normally, and in the case of vision let’s say, we don’t see what is out there. We are consciously aware of the label of things, the whole, the concept, the gestalt as we say but we are not conscious of the parts that comprise the …

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