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To: AndyTheBear
this is what Lanza bases his biocentrism theory on and if you can grasp it, it is simply the most amazing thing ever to become known to us as mankind.
34 posted on 11/15/2013 11:59:04 PM PST by MarMema ("If Americans really wanted Obamacare, you wouldn't need a law to make them buy it." Ted Cruz)
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To: MarMema
this is what Lanza bases his biocentrism theory on and if you can grasp it, it is simply the most amazing thing ever to become known to us as mankind

Quatam physics is indeed one of the most fascinating things. But Lanza's idea that "we" humans create the universe through expectations is simply a ridiculous tangent to ride out on from the twin slit experiment. If the universe is created by the mind, it is not our minds that create it, but that of something god-like. The universe seems to have undiscovered phenomena before we existed. Now there may well be a mechanism to which our eternal souls can interact with the brain that might be discoverable by science and may or may not be related to the paradox of the twin slits, but I am dubious about it. I note that the articles say electrons change behavior based on the "observation" of a "detector" rather than a more direct real-time person...that there is some interference that science does not understand is clear. That the interference is based on the expectations of a conscious mind is speculative.

46 posted on 11/16/2013 12:52:31 AM PST by AndyTheBear
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