Oct 21–25, 2020
May 24, 2020–May 31, 2021
Oct 11, 2020–Jun 11, 2021
With Annette Kaiser
Love is the highest and most precious "asset" of human existence.
With Mark Gober
Consciousness, rather than matter, is the basis of all reality.
It starts with Being Human—and moves on from there
A Sample for our Supporters
By Susan Donnelly
Give up the search for a path through this thick forest of life;
By Paul Swanson
Where do you see a window you can open for a subtle sacrament to slip into your day?
By Paul Sutter
The Big Bounce theory was once thought impossible. But two physicists have just resurrected it.
By Eric Baret
Brain and body are two very sweet concepts
With Victoria Santos, Caverly Morgan, Sará King, and Orlando Villarraga • Sat., August 1 & 8, & 15, 2020 10–11:30am PDT
A "by-donation" series inquiring into white privilege, racism and trauma in our communities
With Fariba Bogzaran • Sundays, Aug. 23, 30 & Sept. 13, 20, 2020, 10–11:30am PDT
A 4-part Live Webinar Series
A pre-recorded 4-part Video Series with Stanislav Grof
about the man Einstein called his “spiritual son” and the Dalai Lama his “science guru.”
By Ethan Siegel
Along with the counterintuitive picture of reality, many myths and misconceptions have arisen
By University of New South Wales
Engineers crack 58-year-old puzzle on way to quantum breakthrough
By Rafi Letzter
No one really knows what happens inside an atom.
Quantum Physics is Fine, Human Bias About Reality is the Real Problem
By Stephanie Pappas
Any theory of quantum gravity is going to have to grapple with some weird time stuff.
By Shawn Radcliffe
You wouldn’t find baseballs entangled in such a way that hitting one affects another miles away.
By University of Vienna
The new study demonstrates a bizarre quantum effect at never-before-seen scales
By Mike McKrae
Physicists See Hints of X17, an Elusive Particle That Could Be a New Force of Nature
So-called “information realism” has some surprising implications
By Alessandro Fedrizzi and Massimiliano Proietti
Observers are powerful players in the quantum world.
A new model suggests that these subatomic particles may not be so fundamental after all.
With Wolfgang Smith
There is a mystery that has confounded scientists for a century.
By Natalie Wolchover
Three physicists wanted to calculate how neutrinos change. They ended up discovering an unexpected relationship between some of the most ubiquitous objects in math.
By Philip Ball
Recent experiments have put relatively large objects into quantum states, illuminating the processes by which the ordinary world emerges out of the quantum one.
By Emerging Technology from the arXiv
Evidence that quantum searches are an ordinary feature of electron behavior may explain the genetic code, one of the greatest puzzles in biology.
The Born rule, which connects the math of quantum theory to the outcomes of experiments, has been derived from simpler physical principles.
David Bohm was one of the most distinguished theoretical physicists of his generation, and a fearless challenger of scientific orthodoxy.
The idea that the universe splits into multiple realities with every measurement has become an increasingly popular proposed solution to the mysteries of quantum mechanics.
Lee Smolin on the Jim Rutt show.
The “fittest” quantum properties make the most copies of themselves.
Arrow of time points forward in quantum systems
By Fiona MacDonald
In an incredible first, scientists have captured the world's first actual photo of quantum entanglement
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