Posts Tagged ‘ Quantum Physics ’

How Quantum Physics rediscovered Consciousness

Aug 26th, 2011 | By

Imagine you tossed a coin into the air, and as the coin was in mid-flight, somebody said to you that it would land both heads and tails at the same time. You would doubt their sanity. But if that person were a quantum physicist, you might give them more credibility. And they, for their part,

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Lawrence Krauss on the Foundations of Nothingness as the basis of the Physical Universe

Jun 28th, 2011 | By

Theoretical physicist Lawrence Kross, Professor of Physics at the University of Arizona, described by Richard Dawkins as the ‘Woody Allen of Theoretical Physics’ describes in a remarkable non-mathematical way the current Big Picture of cosmology and its philosophical implications, which often turn religious through its sheer uniqueness. In this remarkable talk, Lawrence Kross explains why

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A significant step forward in the hunt for the missing anti-matter ?

Jun 18th, 2011 | By

One of the commonest riddles faced by scientists and those who try to understand how the quantum theory helps in understanding how the universe began, is that of matter and anti-matter. In his best selling book, The Tao of Physics, Frijof Capra quotes the Heart Sutra in support of the notion ‘Matter can be created

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What is it like to be a Quantum Activist ?

May 5th, 2011 | By

Amit Goswami PhD, Professor Emeritus of Physics of the University of Oregon (USA) coined ‘Quantum Activism’ as a genuine new paradigm shift in our understanding of God. On his website, he has set up a community (342 members on the date of writing), urging them to join the revolution bridging ‘Science and God’. Before

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Quantum Mysticism : Beyond New Age pseudoscience

Apr 29th, 2011 | By

Albert Einstein, refusing to get dragged into the metaphysical speculation that the new science of quantum mechanics had ushered, remained a deist all his life. Einstein’s God was based on scientific mysticism, as a result of deep humility arising from the awe and wonder that the laws of nature inspire. “The scientist is possessed by

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