An thought provoking read for those interested in quantum physics
Is there an afterlife? The science of biocentrism can prove there is, claims Professor Robert Lanza - Science - News - The Independent
Professor Robert Lanza claims the theory of biocentrism teaches that death as we know it is an illusion created by our consciousness.
Lanza cites the well proven double-slit test (Two-Slit Experiments) to backup his claims:
When scientists watch for a single particle to pass through one of two slits, the particle goes through one slit or the other. If a person doesn't watch it, the single particle acts like a wave and can go through both slits simultaneously. This means its behaviour changes based on a person's perception.
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The former head of the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich, Professor Hans-Peter Dürr believes:
"Basically, there is no such thing as material. Primarily, there exist only connections to material foundation. We could therefore call it consciousness material. Energy appears only as coagulated, secondarily, solidified spirit. Many discoveries of quantum physics are not only immaterial, but that is a work in completely different ways that has nothing to do with the standard three-dimensional spatial sense we have. It is a pure information field, a sort of quantum code. It has nothing to do with mass and energy. This information field spans the entire universe. The cosmos is whole information because this field has no limit. There is only one, but this one united entity is differentiated."
Dürr also believes that the brain, by thinking a field of consciousness [quantum field forms] that can exist after the death of the body in the higher dimension.
Hans-Peter Dürr (October 7, 1929 in Stuttgart) is a German physicist. Academic interests in nuclear and quantum physics, elementary particles and gravitation, epistemology, and philosophy.