Tag: consciousness

10 Dogmas Holding Back Science – Rupert Sheldrake

For Sheldrake, there are at least 10 common assumptions in science, which time has hardened into dogmas. Each of these, argues Sheldrake, are ripe to be challenged. Among them include the belief that mind and consciousness are an epiphenomenal illusion with no essential reality. Keep in mind that the existence of consciousness is itself the …

Science Cannot Crack Consciousness

Some mind-ponderers, notably philosopher Colin McGinn, argue that consciousness is unsolvable. Philosopher Owen Flanagan calls these pessimists “mysterians,” after the 60’s-era rock group “Question Mark and the Mysterians.” Recently, physicist Edward Witten came out as a mysterian. Witten is regarded with awe by his fellow physicists, some of whom have compared him to Einstein and …

The Mystery of Consciousness

Perhaps the greatest mystery of human experience is consciousness itself. Today, the fields of neuroscience and neurotechnology provide astounding insights into the electrical and chemical processes of the brain. Consequently, institutional science proposes with confidence that the brain alone creates conscious experience. Yet despite all that science has learned, the very source and essence of …

The physical world emerges from some type of pre-physical field

The arrow paradox It begins with contemplating about a paradoxon which is called “arrow paradox“. In the arrow paradox, Zeno (old ancient Greek man who got a lot of time to think about this and that) states that for motion to occur, an object must change the position which it occupies. He gives an example …

Spiritual Science – The self-similarity of the Fibonacci sequence

The Bible says that God created “man in his image” and everything what he created was very good (perfect). All creation has God’s fingerprint and is self-similar, fractal in it’s nature. I will try to explain with this post that everything in the universe is self-similar, from macro-cosmos to micro-cosmos, … even the mind, the …

Quantum Zeno Effect and the Burning Bush

What has a paradox of an old Greek to do with the burning bush that Moses saw in the desert? First let’s see in what this Zeno paradox consist of. There are two versions of the Zeno’s paradox, the “Achilles and the tortoise” and the “The dichotomy paradox”. Both describes that “all is one” and …

Science is a dogmatic system

In this video, British biologist Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, one of the world’s most innovative scientists, describes how science is being constricted by unexamined assumptions that have hardened into dogmas. These dogmas not only put arbitrary limits on the depth and scope of science, but may well be dangerous for the future of humanity. According to …

Consciousness transfers order into chaos

Chaotic Brain How often has you heard “Clean up your room!” from your parents? Consciousness is order and it transfers order to lower realms, like a room in which all toys and books and CDs are dispersed in a chaotic manner. It enables in our body a negentropic effect, pushing out entropy. Our consciousness change …