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Biocentrism

Nature, the organic and the biological exhibit growth, decay and disorder, or at least an order that is outside of human mastery. Technology equates to function, control, precision, efficiency and factory production. 787 more words

Nature

H ΘΕΣΗ ΤΩΝ ΑΡΧΑΙΩΝ ΕΛΛΗΝΩΝ ΣΤΗΝ ΑΠΟΛΥΤΗ ΑΛΗΘΕΙΑ ΣΥΜΒΑΔΙΖΕΙ ΜΕ ΤΙΣ ΑΡΧΕΣ ΤΗΣ ΚΒΑΝΤΟΜΗΧΑΝΙΚΗΣ

Ο ΑΝΘΡΩΠΟΣ βρίσκεται συνεχώς σε μια αέναη αναζήτηση για να κατανοήσει τι πραγματικά είναι, ποιά είναι η σχέση του με όλα τα άλλα που απαρτίζουν τον ορατό και αόρατο κόσμο, τι απογίνεται μετά το θάνατό του και τόσα άλλα θεμελιώδη ερωτήματα.

CULTURE

The Friday Dose #133: Biocentrism

I haven’t changed my view of how the universe works since I was five. It all makes sense, but it makes sense as dreams within dreams. 256 more words

Ego, Consciousness, Thought

Biocentrism - Dr. Robert Lanza Interview on CBC Radio

A year or two ago, I found myself quite taken by an online article title “Where Does Our Consciousness Go When We DIe?”   The answer is… another planet according to Dr. 242 more words

Resonance Repatterning

Deathbed Wishes

   

For whom the bell tolls?

I saw a posting on Facebook where someone suggested that what most people regret on their deathbeds is what they didn’t do. 950 more words

Zen

Quantum Mechanics: Not Just Kinda Cool But Essential to Life

It has long been clear quantum mechanics (QM) effects are basic in life. This was something I have taken for granted from what I learned starting in pre-med about cellular biology, though research bears this out in many new and interesting ways. 502 more words

Zen

Review: Biocentrism by Robert Lanza and Bob Berman

Biocentrism purports to outline a new scientific hypothesis strongly suggested by both the results and the blind alleys of current science. According to this theory, life and consciousness must be understood as not being merely emergent phenomena in a universe built of physics, but something fundamental that the physical universe depends on. 1,212 more words

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