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Thursday December 19, 2013

Does Quantum Physics CONFIRM an Afterlife?

Did Steve Jobs have a vision of the afterlife on his death-bed? Does quantum physics suggest that our mind might survive the physical death of our body? How do some near-death experiencers 'see' outside of their bodies at a time when they are supposed to be dead? In 'Stop Worrying! There Probably is an Afterlife', author Greg Taylor covers all these questions and more. From Victorian seance rooms through to modern scientific laboratories, Taylor surveys the fascinating history of research into the survival of human consciousness, and returns with a stunning conclusion: that maybe we should stop worrying so much about death, because there probably is an afterlife.

Greg Taylor is an expert in the topics from ancient secret societies and hidden history through to modern research into the mysteries of the mind. For the past ten years Greg has been the editor of the online alternative news portal, "The Daily Grail", and he is also the editor-in-chief of the Fortean anthology series Darklore.

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This interview with Stuart Hameroff is fascinating and informative


It is my belief that the amount of energy density (quantum density) acts as a contributing control factor for the amount of quantum "openness" mentioned in the interview. Our neurons, axons and dendrites are based upon matter that has a relatively high amount of density compared to particles or light.The density factor contributes to the collapse phenomenon, causing multiple realities to coalesce into one entity or packet. It is how consciousness gets feedback messages about how the quantum process was functioning during a given moment or groups of moments. It is possible to leave the microtubules open for longer periods, in fact to access greater quantum uncertainty it is the route to take. Remember that Stuart was talking about quantum computing, which probably has modest goals compared to consciousness at large. When energy is singing in a quantum state, it is branched off and nonlocal in nature. I call this smattering of energy across multiple dimensions anti-alignment. Dense energy is in focused alignment. Dense energy is local, spins more slowly, and exhibits less quantum uncertainty than energy in a high frequency quantum state. High frequency quantum energy leaves the alignment open rather than closed, it spins more rapidly, and undergoes more modulations. These states of density have specific attributes that account for their behavior. There is no limit to the amount of anti-alignment, and focused alignment climaxes when one reaches an energy that has such quantum density it is changeless, motionless, and static---I call this the Invariant. I believe that the Invariant is resides close to the dimension that contains dark matter. On the opposite side of the scale is the Zenithon, which is of such low quantum density that it inhabits all realities and all possible positions simultaneously.

With the bubble analogy, one can extend the bubble indefinitely, but yet the density of the bubble gets thinner. It certainly does become more unstable, but it still can be maintained if not interfered with by energy of greater quantum density (which would cause it to pop). Sandy's experience with asking for the date seems to verify that quantum realms are delicate and can be disturbed by asking questions about accurate location.

The wiring in our brains is used primarily for classical, Newtonian computations. The more refined areas of the brain carry out the more complex functions, in the vein of a quantum computer.

Quite simply, the Universe, Multiverse (and beyond) is a place where niches of energy of varying quantum density exist. This density contributes to the amount of quantum superposition inherent in these states. The amount of superposition can be manipulated by a human, as the quantum density level is altered from high to lower (or vide versa). It all boils down to quantum density.

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