söndag 6 maj 2012

The tunnel.

This tunnel they see in NDE must be a wormhole?

Seems the video has expired?

If we think it is, then humans must be a combination of two 'bodies', or a BEC? The love they talk of is an effect of the magnetic waves (I have experienced the wave, often, have seen the light :)). I have even been in the tunnel. I floated there on a wave. The wave is important. Usually we don't experience us as waves.

Testimonials in the video:
Life is an illusion, a game.
And they traveled at the speed of thought. Ye, so she says.
I was not in a body, I was in the hands of God.
She was taken even before the creation, before Big Bang..
I knew everything, I had no question, because I knew the answeres.
I was crying, because there was no longer the light.
I have a purpose to live.
The only thing that is here is love, the only purpose.
We are the heart of God.

I guess I needed this today, now. I will take the big jump. Light as a feather, as Plato says.

Assumption: There is a Life after death.
It cannot possibly be based on atoms and molecules of matter. So what distinguishes Life after death from Life before death? Only our illusions of matter?
Most all religions believe that the body is just a shell for the soul until it is released when the body dies. Through the wormhole, blogpost. Quantum Physics implies 3 states for the Universe. Mind, Space, and Time, and that neither of these can exist alone, but only together! If true, then there is a Universal Mind Set. Would this represent GOD?

Stephen Hawking: ‘There is no heaven; it’s a fairy story’ | Science | The Guardian

Dr. Eben Alexander’s Website

Interview with Skeptikko.
Dr. Eben Alexander: What I think is going to happen is that science and spirituality, which will be mainly be an acknowledgement of the profound nature of our consciousness, will grow closer and closer together.

One thing that we will have to let go of is this kind of addiction to simplistic, primitive reductive materialism because there’s really no way that I can see a reductive materialist model coming remotely in the right ballpark to explain what we really know about consciousness now.

Coming from a neurosurgeon who, before my coma, thought I was quite certain how the brain and the mind interacted and it was clear to me that there were many things I could do or see done on my patients and it would eliminate consciousness. It was very clear in that realm that the brain gives you consciousness and everything else and when the brain dies there goes consciousness, soul, mind—it’s all gone. And it was clear.
Now, having been through my coma, I can tell you that’s exactly wrong and that in fact the mind and consciousness are independent of the brain. It’s very hard to explain that, certainly if you’re limiting yourself to that reductive materialist view.

A video  of Dr Alexander's presentation on his near-death experience at the BPTC Bioethics meeting in Madison, WI April 26, 2012. And here another. His book will be published this summer.

Quantum Mind of the NDE, lots of links.

It is all about time and light?
 “Take comfort!  The Spirit and Heaven, like God, are timeless and have no beginning and no end.  Your father has not gone to the present Heaven, but to the future Heaven!   You and your descendants, as well as your ancestors, are all there to greet him!”

Update: It's all about Love, is a common tale. Love is the highest negentropic bond/entanglement, usually experienced as light? And light is holographic, allknowing. Two molecules cannot interact or communicate without Love as entanglement?  Can consciousness be separated from knowledge and cognition?

So, how is it that we sim in a ocean of Love, and still feel such shortage of it that we are ready to kill? How terrible wrong and dictated by fear (shortage of Love) isn't our society?

See Linus Paulings short text.
F. Jordan: The quantum-mechanical resonance would lead tp attraction between  molecules containing identical groups and autocatalytic reproduction of molecules.
If both molecules are in their lowest states the interaction is normal, but if one is excited we get a resonance phenomenon, The wavefunction is either the symmetric or antisymmetric combination of two functions, one representing molecule A normal and the other molecule B excited and the other the reverse. For one of these symmetry  types there is a  resonance stabilization and attraction between molecules, and for the other a repulsion. This is what Jordan said would induce a synthesis of a molecule similar to a molecule present in a cell (autocatalysis). This require a slight excitation, as instance thermal excitation, that raises the resonance.

This is realized by homeostasis?

A resonance between molecules can also be between different molecules, creating resonance integrals (waves). A water environment actually stops this kind of resonance interaction, he thought.
Attractive forces vary inversely with the power of distance and maximum stability of a complex (as protein is) is achieved by bridging the molecules as close together as possible. The minimum distances are approached by the repulsive potentials, where complementarity is important. Also the stability of the complex of two molecules  would be due to complementarity rather than identity. And we should model both these types of integrals.

12 kommentarer:

  1. Even Jack Sarfatti talks of this!

    the "many-worlds" interpretation, states that each of these possible observations corresponds to a different universe (the 'multiverse'). A new scientific theory - called biocentrism - refines these ideas. There are an infinite number of universes, and everything that could possibly happen occurs in some universe. Death does not exist in any real sense in these scenarios. All possible universes exist simultaneously, regardless of what happens in any of them. Although individual bodies are destined to self-destruct, the alive feeling - the 'Who am I?'- is just a 20-watt fountain of energy operating in the brain. But this energy doesn't go away at death. One of the surest axioms of science is that energy never dies; it can neither be created nor destroyed. But does this energy transcend from one world to the other? an experiment that was recently published in the journal Science showing that scientists could retroactively change something that had happened in the past. Particles had to decide how to behave when they hit a beam splitter. Later on, the experimenter could turn a second switch on or off. It turns out that what the observer decided at that point, determined what the particle did in the past. Regardless of the choice you, the observer, make, it is you who will experience the outcomes that will result. The linkages between these various histories and universes transcend our ordinary classical ideas of space and time.

  2. http://www.amazon.com/Biocentrism-Consciousness-Understanding-Nature-Universe/

  3. http://chronicle.com/article/article-content/131818/

  4. http://neuroskeptic.blogspot.com/2012/05/why-we-sleep-revisted.html

  5. http://bcove.me/pslnkedl
    It should actually depend on flyx-tube creation in her brain, the same as kids do when they learn to handle the body. Nothing special at all. the machine mind is still far away.

  6. http://www.wired.com/underwire/2012/05/geeks-guide-brian-greene/

    Theoretical Physicist Brian Greene Thinks You Might Be a Hologram

    “A hologram is a thin 2-D piece of plastic which, when illuminated correctly, yields a realistic three-dimensional image,” says Greene. “The idea is, we may be that three-dimensional image of this more fundamental information on the 2-D surface that surrounds us.”
    This notion, known as the holographic principle, came out of the study of black holes. Scientist Stephen Hawking believes information that enters a black hole is lost forever, but this seems to violate fundamental laws of physics, which led researchers such as Leonard Susskind and Gerard ‘t Hooft to consider alternatives. “they developed an idea that when an object falls into a black hole, yes indeed, it falls in, but a copy of all of its information content gets in some sense ‘smeared out’ on the surface of the black hole, on the horizon of the black hole. And if three-dimensional objects inside a black hole can be represented by two-dimensional data spread across its surface, the same might be true of our universe as a whole.

    A long text.
    And in comments they point out this was said by hindu's long ago.

  7. Intervju with Eben Alexander http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/26/books/dr-eben-alexanders-tells-of-near-death-in-proof-of-heaven.html?smid=pl-share&_r=1

  8. http://iands.org/about-ndes/characteristics.html

  9. http://medicalxpress.com/news/2013-03-memories-death-real-reality.html

  10. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frJpThIims8 The Afterlife investigations I by Rupert Sheldrake.

  11. Near death, explained http://www.salon.com/2012/04/21/near_death_explained/ Surveys conducted in the United States and Germany suggest that approximately 4.2 percent of the population has reported an NDE. It has also been estimated that more than 25 million individuals worldwide have had an NDE in the past 50 years.
    Although the details differ, NDEs are characterized by a number of core features. Perhaps the most vivid is the OBE: the sense of having left one’s body and of watching events going on around one’s body or, occasionally, at some distant physical location. During OBEs, near-death experiencers (NDErs) are often astonished to discover that they have retained consciousness, perception, lucid thinking, memory, emotions, and their sense of personal identity. If anything, these processes are heightened: Thinking is vivid; hearing is sharp; and vision can extend to 360 degrees. NDErs claim that without physical bodies, they are able to penetrate through walls and doors and project themselves wherever they want. They frequently report the ability to read people’s thoughts.
    “The Brain Wars: The Scientific Battle Over the Existence of the Mind and the Proof That Will Change the Way We Live Our Lives.” Courtesy of HarperOne.

  12. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/deepak-chopra/end-of-life-brain-activit_b_684176.html
    5. Chawla LS, Akst S, Junker C, Jacobes B, Seneff MG. Surges of electroencephalogram activity at the time of death: A case study. J Palliative Med 2009;12(12):1095-1100

    6. Auyong DB, Klein SM, Gan TJ, Roche, AM, Olson DW, Habib AS. Processed electroencephalogram during donation after cardiac death. Anesth Analg 2010;110(5):1428-32

    7. Csete M. Donation after cardiac death and the anesthesiologist. Anesth Analg 2010;(5):1253-54

    Following withdrawal, the BIS/SEDline generally decreased below 20 after several minutes, at about the time cardiac death occurred. This was marked by lack of measurable arterial blood pressure or functional heartbeat. Then, in all 7 patients’ post-cardiac death, there was a burst of activity as indicated by abrupt rise of the BIS or SEDline to between 60 and (in most cases) 80 or higher. After a period of such activity ranging from one minute to 20 minutes, the activity dropped abruptly to near zero.
    Obviously we can’t say whether end-of-life brain activity is indeed related to NDEs/OBEs, or even possibly the soul leaving the body. Nor do we know how commonly it occurs (10 out of 10 in the two studies cited). Those issues aside, the mystery remains as to how end-of-life activity occurs in brain tissue which is metabolically dead, receiving no blood flow nor oxygen. The BIS and SEDline numbers, indicators of level of awareness, are near zero. Then, a burst of synchronized, coherent bi-frontal brain activity occurs, seemingly gamma synchrony EEG (an indicator of consciousness). As marked by BIS and SEDline numbers near 80, the activity persists for a minute or more. Then it abruptly ceases.

    There are proposed explanations for the end-of-life brain activity as non-functional, generalized neuronal depolarization. Chawla et al. suggested excess extracellular potassium causes last gasp neuronal spasms throughout the brain. But that couldn’t account for the global coherence - synchronized, organized. Another suggested cause is calcium-induced neuronal death which could implicate disruption of cytoskeletal microtubules inside neurons as the precipitating factor. But again, how and why the bifrontal coherent synchrony?