The University of Cambridge has announced that famed and accomplished theoretical physicist Professor Stephen Hawking died. Hawking passed peacefully at his home, also in Cambridge, on March 14, at the age of 76.
A new experiment has been proposed by a theoretical physicist that is intended to determine if the human mind is actually bound by the laws of physics, or if it ignores measurable reality and follows its own rules altogether — and in doing so, indicating that the human mind could very well have the potential to use free will to overcome physics itself.
There’s a growing body of evidence that suggests that the structure of our universe is not as cold and mechanistic as science once thought it was: Many scientists have begun to question whether this reality is an artificial product, with its physical laws directed by some underlying intelligence, an intelligence that possibly even has an artificial nature itself. Recently, a scientist with Columbia University has gone a step further, and is postulating that previous extraterrestrial civilizations may have integrated themselves into the very structure of the universe — making reality itself intelligent in the process.