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If you look at an hologram, especially the transmission type, there is no image there to see. The image is 'dead'. Still if you shine the usual, decoherent light, through the hologram, it doesn't reconstruct any image at the other end. The image is there relative to the coherence of the light. Same applies to the 'immortal body' in the holographic universe. The meaningless image in the hologram is 'homeomorphic' to the meaningfull image it project.
Quantum Entanglement allows us to…Continue
Death as a gateway to 'another world' can be understood even if we think that there is no soul and 'everything is physical'! So the questions like whether consciousness is caused by the brain or something 'immaterial' has nothing to do with the question of whether or not there is life after death! The debate about the existance/nonexistance of 'the immaterial' as a way of underpinning or undermining life after death is pretty old fassioned, and is doomed to fade away.
To be specific,…Continue
Whenever we note a property in us, we understand it by thinking that nature has that property. Our bodies have electricity, temperature, movements, chemical reactions etc. So we think that electricity, temperature, movement, chemical reactions etc are properties of natural things. There is a property in our bodies, though, that our uninspired scientists have tried to exclude it from nature: the mind. Consequently, and with little suprise, we don't understand the mind. If we factor in the…Continue
The classic world emerges from quantum world through quantum decoherence. A classic object, eg a billiard ball, when not observed, cannot seem to be all over the place all at once even if in isolation, its constituent particals can. This is because in interaction, the waves (of probabilities of finding the particals), cancels everywhere exept at the place where the billiard ball is found. What then does it take for quantum effects to manifest in the brain?
It is important to…Continue