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Relationship with the Silence

by Paul Mulliner The conventional explanation for the existence of consciousness is that it’s generated somehow by the brain. It’s possible, though, that the brain acts as a window into a field of consciousness which is…

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Idealism and Emergent Spacetime

Scientific American recently published a very interesting essay by philosopher Susan Schneider. It offers an argument against panpsychism—the notion that experience is a fundamental aspect of all matter—based on the fact that new quantum gravity theories…

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The Astounding Pulse of an Exploding Star

Peering deep into the core of the Crab Nebula, this close-up image reveals the beating heart of one of the most historic and intensively studied remnants of a supernova, an exploding star. The inner region sends…

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The Linguistic Demon of Space-Time

Time and space are one of the greatest conundrums of both science and philosophy, and have been so since we began to think about them self-reflectively. Many, especially in physics, see space-time as an objective thing,…

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Be the Space

by Paul Mulliner A cosmic field-consciousness organism in all space is experiencing life within every living being, everywhere in the Universe simultaneously. One conscious space exists everywhere, inside and around us and it’s where all seeing,…

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The Universe Is a Bottom-Up System, Neil Theise

Neil Theise describes how groups of individuals develop complex systems through self-organization, without any guide or plan, and explains how randomness allows for creativity and adaptation. This is true at all levels; the whole universe is…

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What Came Before the Big Bang? A Surprise Answer

By Deepak Chopra, MD, Menas Kafatos, PhD, The most widely accepted notions about the universe are central to how we view reality. One striking example links birth and death. In the age of faith, religion existed…

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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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