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The Holographic Principle

by Donald D. Hoffman The most famous case study in science, prior to Freud, was published in 1728 in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society by the English surgeon William Cheselden, who attended Newton in…

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David Bohm, Implicate Order and Holomovement

“Space is not empty. It is full, a plenum as opposed to a vacuum, and is the ground for the existence of everything, including ourselves. The universe is not separate from this cosmic sea of energy.”…

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Synchronicity and the ‘Support of Nature’

By Peter Russell Back in the sixties I spent time studying Transcendental Meditation with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi at his ashram in Rishikesh, India. When he was assessing how we were each progressing in our practice, he…

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Is the World Fundamentally Information? Anthony Aguirre

Contemporary theories of fundamental physics and cosmology have brought us to a curious place. On the one hand, our incredibly successful theories are internally consistent, quantitative, predictive, and contradicted by essentially no established experimental data. On…

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Complexity Theory and the Nature of Consciousness

When it comes to understanding the nature of consciousness in the universe, there are two main philosophical approaches. One is panpsychism, in which consciousness pervades the universe at all levels. The other is emergentism, in which…

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How Much More Can We Learn About the Universe?

By Lawrence M. Krauss   As a cosmologist, some of the questions I hear most frequently after a lecture include: What lies beyond our universe? What is our universe expanding into? Will our universe expand forever?…

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The Universe in Three Minutes

See the entire evolution of the cosmos as we know it in less than three minutes. More than 13 billion years ago, everything in the Universe was contained inside a singularity tinier than a proton. There…

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Are Black Holes Holograms?

If anything can sum up just how little we truly know about the Universe, it’s black holes. We can’t see them because not even light can escape their gravitational pull, we have no idea what they’re…

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