Category Archives: quantum

Faster-than-light neutrinos? The jury is out…

Recently, scientists at the CERN Large Hadron Collider seemed to find what would hitherto have been unthinkable: particles (neutrinos, specifically) moving faster than the speed of light. Having checked and re-checked their results, they reluctantly opened their data up to

Faster-than-light neutrinos? The jury is out…

Recently, scientists at the CERN Large Hadron Collider seemed to find what would hitherto have been unthinkable: particles (neutrinos, specifically) moving faster than the speed of light. Having checked and re-checked their results, they reluctantly opened their data up to

Quantum Physics in neuroscience and psychology: a neurophysical model of mind-brain interaction

Schwartz, Stapp, & Beauregard: Quantum Physique in Neurologie All I can say about this is, this paper gets right to the heart of the problem: is there “will?” Do we have volition? We might just. – Significant quote (one of

Quantum Physics in neuroscience and psychology: a neurophysical model of mind-brain interaction

Schwartz, Stapp, & Beauregard: Quantum Physique in Neurologie All I can say about this is, this paper gets right to the heart of the problem: is there “will?” Do we have volition? We might just. – Significant quote (one of

Christopher Langan’s Cognitive Theoretic Model of the Universe

Cognitive Theoretic Model of the Universe This guy pretty much nailed what I’ve sort of been thinking about for years… though he’s done it more thoroughly and elegantly than I could probably ever do. The CTMU deals not only with specific

Christopher Langan’s Cognitive Theoretic Model of the Universe

Cognitive Theoretic Model of the Universe This guy pretty much nailed what I’ve sort of been thinking about for years… though he’s done it more thoroughly and elegantly than I could probably ever do. The CTMU deals not only with specific

Through the Wormhole: “Sixth Sense”

“Through the Wormhole’s” episode on the Sixth Sense; non-standard ways of communication beyond those provided by the five “standard” senses. This is somewhat fringe stuff, right on the edge of what we’d call “mainstream/acceptable” science… but well researched, and from a fairly mainstream

Through the Wormhole: “Sixth Sense”

“Through the Wormhole’s” episode on the Sixth Sense; non-standard ways of communication beyond those provided by the five “standard” senses. This is somewhat fringe stuff, right on the edge of what we’d call “mainstream/acceptable” science… but well researched, and from a fairly mainstream

“Intelligence requires that you do not defend an assumption.” –– David Bohm

“Intelligence requires that you do not defend an assumption.” –– David Bohm