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Explore Quantum Physics

A Poetic Contemplation of Physics, Book Review

By JOSEPH PESCHEL Rovelli portrays the universe as a strange place where space-time, the present, the past and the future are illusions, and his unfolding of the mystery and the beauty of the universe is breathtaking….

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A New Take On Bohmian Mechanics

In Bhom’s universe, something happening in a distant galaxy is influencing you right now and vice versa, however minor the effect. Often brushed aside like a forgotten stepchild, a 64-year-old theory of quantum mechanics may now share…

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Science and Mysticism

By Dave Pruett “We are in trouble just now because we do not have a good story. We are between stories.” — Father Thomas Berry Our species — Homo sapiens — is endangered. Never has humankind faced…

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The Perception of Continuous Time is an Illusion

By Tyler MacDonald A new study proposes that the crystallized structure of time is discrete and our perception of continuous, flowing time is an illusion. A collaborative effort between researchers from the University of Waterloo, University…

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Let’s Rethink Space

Does space exist without objects, or is it made by them? By George Musser Space is brutally egalitarian. When you become separated from your lover, the two of you retain no tighter a physical connection than…

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John Hagelin – Time is a perspective

Time is a perspective. “Ultimately, there is no evolution or time; there’s just the eternal now” says John Hagelin, a renowned quantum physicist. “The entire universe existing in this moment – past, present and future collapsed…

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Are Singularities Real?

It’s hard to imagine infinity: something that is, by definition, larger than everything you can imagine. Physicists have to deal with the unimaginable every day, and have the tools to do so. But does their math…

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Excerpts from “Emptiness, Relativity and Quantum Physics” by the Dalai Lama

In brief, the principle of dependent origination can be understood in the following three ways. First, all conditioned things and events in the world come into being only as a result of the interaction of causes…

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