According to nondualism, there is no mental, no physical—no separation between creator and creation. There is only one universe comprising manifestations of the same indivisible reality that is both the observed and the observer. Nondual Perspectives on Quantum Physics is about stunning similarities in the descriptions of this underlying reality provided by science, spirituality, and … More Books on Nonduality
In a previous post titled What is Quantum Physics I introduced the subject and its principles: Quantum Physics, or Quantum Mechanics, is the theory that explains the motion of microscopic objects such as molecules, atoms, nuclei, and all the elementary particles of nature. This is the story of its creation: Before the beginning of the … More Quantum Field Enigma I
Nondual Perspectives on Quantum Physics reveals the common thread running through science, philosophy, and spirituality, the main three paths aiming at a knowledge of ultimate reality. Introducing the most advanced representatives of these disciplines in non-technical language I show how they all point to one and the same underlying principle: The manifest arises from the vibrations … More Quantum Physics & Nonduality
The strangeness of the microscopic world, aka the quantum world, is best captured in a famous experiment known as The Double Slit Experiment. It is a simple experiment that shows how our intuitive ideas of matter and reality don’t hold anymore. This experiment shows the essence of quantum mechanics and why it is so strange … More A Visual Account of Quantum Strangeness
[The wave image below depicts a wave packet, the wave aspect of a particle; but unlike the physical particle this wave packet is not in physical space; it is a vibration in an abstract mathematical space known as Hilbert Space. The only physical significance of this vibration is that it is related to the probability … More From Quantum Physics to Advaita Vedanta Metaphysics
Mass is trapped energy (E=mc2) Man is trapped consciousness (I am Brahman) *The photo shows physicist Werner Heisenberg on the left, the founder of Quantum Mechanics, and philosopher Martin Heidegger on the right, the founder of nothing in particular.
A Forgotten Life: A 3 part examination into dementia and memory loss. From Kendall F. Person and introducing theoretical physicist Tomaj Javidtash. Debuts October 16 Only @ thepublicblogger.com http://vimeo.com/108732118
Existence As The Grand Illusion The similarities between Quantum Physics and Plato’s theory of Forms is so astonishing that one may even view quantum theory as a mathematical formulation of Plato’s theory of Forms. Plato’s fundamental forms are regular solids of Euclidean Geometry. The fundamental forms of quantum physics are elementary particles which are not … More A Non-Dual Perspective on The Big Bang