Life does not end and it can last forever

Quantum Theory Proves Consciousness Moves To Another Universe At Death:

 

Scientists Claim That Quantum Theory Proves Consciousness Moves To Another Universe At Death

Scientists Claim That Quantum Theory Proves Consciousness Moves To Another Universe At Death

Lance is an expert in regenerative medicine and chief scientific officer of Advanced Cell Technology Company. Before he was known for his extensive research that deals with stem cells, was also famous for several successful experiments in animal cloning endangered species .

But not long ago , the scientist involved with physics, quantum mechanics and astrophysics. This explosive mixture has given birth to the new theory of biocentrism , the teacher has been preaching since. Biocentrism teaches that life and consciousness are fundamental to the universe. It is consciousness that creates the material universe , and not vice versa .

Spear points to the structure of the universe and the laws , forces and constants of the universe seem finely tuned for life , which means the existing intelligence before importing. It also states that space and time are not objects or things, but rather the tools of our animal understanding. Lanza said that we time and space around us ” like turtles with shells . ” Which means that when the projectile leaves (space and time ) , we still exist .

The theory implies that there simply is not the death of consciousness. It only exists as a thought, because people identify with his body. They believe that the body will sooner or later die, thinking that your conscience will also disappear. If the body generates consciousness, then consciousness dies when the body dies . But if the body receives consciousness in the same way that a cable satellite signals , and then , of course , consciousness does not end with the death of the physical vehicle. Indeed , consciousness exists outside the constraints of time and space. It can be anywhere : in the human body and beyond . In other words, is not local in the sense that quantum objects are not local.

Lanza also believes that there may be multiple universes simultaneously. In a universe , the body may be dead. And in another continues to exist , consciousness , who emigrated to this universe absorbing . This means that a dead person while traveling through the same tunnel ends not in hell or in heaven , but in a similar world that he or she once inhabited , but this time with life. And so on , ad infinitum . It’s almost like an effect beyond the cosmic Russian doll.
multiple worlds

This instilling hope, but highly controversial theory Lanza has many supporters unconscious , not just mere mortals who want to live forever, but also some renowned scientists . These are physicists and astrophysicists tend to agree with the existence of parallel worlds and suggest the possibility of multiple universes. Multiverse ( multiverse ) is a scientific concept of the call, which they defend. They believe that there are no physical laws that prohibit the existence of parallel worlds.

The first was a science fiction writer HG Wells , who proclaimed in 1895 , in his story ” The Door in the Wall” . And after 62 years , this idea was developed by Dr. Hugh Everett in his graduate thesis at Princeton University . Basically states that at one point the universe is divided into innumerable similar cases. And the next moment, these universes ” newborn ” was divided in a similar manner. In some of these worlds may be present : reading this article in a universe, or watch TV in another.

The trigger for these multiplyingworlds factor is our actions, Everett said . If we make some choices , instant universe is divided into two with different versions of the results.

In the 1980s , Andrei Linde, scientist at the Institute of Physics of the Lebedev developed the theory of multiple universes. He is currently a professor at Stanford University . Linde said : Space is inflation in many areas , leading to similar areas , and these , in turn , produce more areas , and so on to infinity. In the universe , which are separated from each other . They are not aware of each other’s existence . But they represent parts of the same physical universe.

The fact that our universe is not only based on data received from the Planck space telescope. The use of data , scientists have created the most accurate map of the microwave background , the so-called background radiation of the relic, which has been maintained since the beginning of our universe. They also found that the universe has a lot of dark corners represented by some large holes and gaps.

Theoretical physicist Laura Mersini – Houghton of the University of North Carolina with his colleagues argue, there are anomalies of the microwave background due to the fact that our universe is influenced by other nearby existing universes . And the holes and gaps are a direct result of the attacks against us by neighboring universes.
soul

Therefore, there are plenty of places or other universes where our souls could migrate after death , according to the theory of neo – biocentrism . But is there a soul? Is there any scientific theory of consciousness that could accommodate such a statement ? According to Dr. Stuart Hameroff , a near death happens when the quantum information that lives in the nervous system leaves the body and is dissipated in the universe experience. Contrary to materialist accounts of consciousness , Dr. Hameroff offers an alternative explanation of consciousness that may perhaps appeal to both the rational scientific mind and personal insights.

Consciousness resides , according to Stuart and British physicist Sir Roger Penrose, microtubules in brain cells , which are the primary sites of quantum processing. On death, this information is released from your body , which means your consciousness goes with it. They have argued that our experience of consciousness is the result of quantum gravity effects in these microtubules , a theory called orchestrated objective reduction ( Orch – O) .

Consciousness, or at least proto – consciousness is theorized by them as a fundamental property of the universe, present even in the beginning of the universe during the Big Bang. ” In one such scheme proto- conscious experience is a basic property of physical reality accessible to a quantum process associated with brain activity . ”

Our souls are in fact constructed from the very fabric of the universe – and may have existed since the beginning of time . Our brains are just receivers and amplifiers for proto – awareness that is intrinsic to the structure of spacetime . So is there really a part of your consciousness that is not material and will live after the death of his physical body?

Dr. Hameroff said Science Channel documentary through the Wormhole . ” Say the heart stops beating , the blood stops flowing , microtubules lose their quantum state Quantum information microtubules is not destroyed , not may be destroyed, only distributes and dissipates to the universe at large. ” Robert Lanza add here that not only exists in the universe , there is perhaps another universe.

If the patient is resuscitated , revived , this quantum information can return to microtubules and the patient says “I had a near-death experience ” ‘

He adds: ” If you are not revived , and the patient dies , it is possible that this quantum information can exist outside the body, perhaps indefinitely , as a soul . ”

This explanation of quantum consciousness explains things like near-death experiences , astral projection , out of body experiences , reincarnation and even without appeal to religious ideology. The energy of your consciousness potentially recycled back into a different body, at some point, and in the mean time that exists outside the physical body at some other level of reality, and possibly in another universe .

Physicists discover Universe is a hologram

 

Latest calculations chime with 1997 theory that reality is only perceived as 3D and is actually a 2D projection on the boundary of the universe:

Physicists discover ‘clearest evidence yet’ that the Universe is a hologram

Physicists discover ‘clearest evidence yet’ that the Universe is a hologram

 

A team of physicists have provided what has been described by the journal Nature as the “clearest evidence yet” that our universe is a hologram.

The new research could help reconcile one of modern physics’ most enduring problems : the apparent inconsistencies between the different models of the universe as explained by quantum physics and Einstein’s theory of gravity.

The two new scientific papers are the culmination of years’ work led by Yoshifumi Hyakutake of Ibaraki University in Japan, and deal with hypothetical calculations of the energies of black holes in different universes.

The idea of the universe existing as a ‘hologram’ doesn’t refer to a Matrix-like illusion, but the theory that the three dimensions we perceive are actually just “painted” onto the cosmological horizon – the boundary of the known universe.

If this sounds paradoxical, try to imagine a holographic picture that changes as you move it. Although the picture is two dimensional, observing it from different locations creates the illusion that it is 3D.

This model of the universe helps explain some inconsistencies between general relativity (Einstein’s theory) and quantum physics. Although Einstein’s work underpins much of modern physics, at certain extremes (such as in the middle of a black hole) the principles he outlined break down and the laws of quantum physics take over.

The traditional method of reconciling these two models has come from the 1997 work of theoretical physicist Juan Maldacena, whose ideas built upon string theory. This is one of the most well respected ‘theories of everything’ (Stephen Hawking is a fan) and it posits that one-dimensional vibrating objects known as ‘strings’ are the elementary particles of the universe.

Maldacena has welcomed the new research by Hyakutake and his team, telling the journal Nature that the findings are “an interesting way to test many ideas in quantum gravity and string theory.”

Leonard Susskind, a theoretical physicist regarded as one of the fathers of string theory, added that the work by the Japanese team “numerically confirmed, perhaps for the first time, something we were fairly sure had to be true, but was still a conjecture.”

 

Reference: http://www.independent.co.uk

Simulation Universe is a hologram

A team of physicists has provided some of the clearest evidence yet that our Universe could be just one big projection:

Simulations back up theory that Universe is a hologram

Simulations back up theory that Universe is a hologram

 

In 1997, theoretical physicist Juan Maldacena proposed1 that an audacious model of the Universe in which gravity arises from infinitesimally thin, vibrating strings could be reinterpreted in terms of well-established physics. The mathematically intricate world of strings, which exist in nine dimensions of space plus one of time, would be merely a hologram: the real action would play out in a simpler, flatter cosmos where there is no gravity.

Maldacena’s idea thrilled physicists because it offered a way to put the popular but still unproven theory of strings on solid footing — and because it solved apparent inconsistencies between quantum physics and Einstein’s theory of gravity. It provided physicists with a mathematical Rosetta stone, a ‘duality’, that allowed them to translate back and forth between the two languages, and solve problems in one model that seemed intractable in the other and vice versa. But although the validity of Maldacena’s ideas has pretty much been taken for granted ever since, a rigorous proof has been elusive.

In two papers posted on the arXiv repository, Yoshifumi Hyakutake of Ibaraki University in Japan and his colleagues now provide, if not an actual proof, at least compelling evidence that Maldacena’s conjecture is true.

In one paper2, Hyakutake computes the internal energy of a black hole, the position of its event horizon (the boundary between the black hole and the rest of the Universe), its entropy and other properties based on the predictions of string theory as well as the effects of so-called virtual particles that continuously pop into and out of existence. In the other3, he and his collaborators calculate the internal energy of the corresponding lower-dimensional cosmos with no gravity. The two computer calculations match.

“It seems to be a correct computation,” says Maldacena, who is now at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey and who did not contribute to the team’s work.

The findings “are an interesting way to test many ideas in quantum gravity and string theory”, Maldacena adds. The two papers, he notes, are the culmination of a series of articles contributed by the Japanese team over the past few years. “The whole sequence of papers is very nice because it tests the dual [nature of the universes] in regimes where there are no analytic tests.”

“They have numerically confirmed, perhaps for the first time, something we were fairly sure had to be true, but was still a conjecture — namely that the thermodynamics of certain black holes can be reproduced from a lower-dimensional universe,” says Leonard Susskind, a theoretical physicist at Stanford University in California who was among the first theoreticians to explore the idea of holographic universes.

Neither of the model universes explored by the Japanese team resembles our own, Maldacena notes. The cosmos with a black hole has ten dimensions, with eight of them forming an eight-dimensional sphere. The lower-dimensional, gravity-free one has but a single dimension, and its menagerie of quantum particles resembles a group of idealized springs, or harmonic oscillators, attached to one another.

Nevertheless, says Maldacena, the numerical proof that these two seemingly disparate worlds are actually identical gives hope that the gravitational properties of our Universe can one day be explained by a simpler cosmos purely in terms of quantum theory.

Big Bang Abandoned

A new cosmology successfully explains the accelerating expansion of the universe without dark energy; but only if the universe has no beginning and no end.

 

As one of the few astrophysical events that most people are familiar with, the Big Bang has a special place in our culture. And while there is scientific consensus that it is the best explanation for the origin of the Universe, the debate is far from closed. However, it’s hard to find alternative models of the Universe without a beginning that are genuinely compelling.

That could change now with the fascinating work of Wun-Yi Shu at the National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan. Shu has developed an innovative new description of the Universe in which the roles of time space and mass are related in new kind of relativity.

Shu’s idea is that time and space are not independent entities but can be converted back and forth between each other. In his formulation of the geometry of spacetime, the speed of light is simply the conversion factor between the two. Similarly, mass and length are interchangeable in a relationship in which the conversion factor depends on both the gravitational constant G and the speed of light, neither of which need be constant.

So as the Universe expands, mass and time are converted to length and space and vice versa as it contracts.

This universe has no beginning or end, just alternating periods of expansion and contraction. In fact, Shu shows that singularities cannot exist in this cosmos.

It’s easy to dismiss this idea as just another amusing and unrealistic model dreamed up by those whacky comsologists.

That is until you look at the predictions it makes. During a period of expansion, an observer in this universe would see an odd kind of change in the red-shift of bright objects such as Type-I supernovas, as they accelerate away. It turns out, says Shu, that his data exactly matches the observations that astronomers have made on Earth.

This kind of acceleration is an ordinary feature of Shu’s universe.

That’s in stark contrast to the various models of the Universe based on the Big Bang. Since the accelerating expansion of the Universe was discovered, cosmologists have been performing some rather worrying contortions with the laws of physics to make their models work.

The most commonly discussed idea is that the universe is filled with a dark energy that is forcing the universe to expand at an increasing rate. For this model to work, dark energy must make up 75 per cent of the energy-mass of the Universe and be increasing at a fantastic rate.

But there is a serious price to pay for this idea: the law of conservation of energy. The embarrassing truth is that the world’s cosmologists have conveniently swept under the carpet one the of fundamental laws of physics in an attempt to square this circle.

That paints Shu’s ideas in a slightly different perspective. There’s no need to abandon conservation of energy to make his theory work.

That’s not to say Shu’s theory is perfect. Far from it. One of the biggest problems he faces is explaining the existence and structure of the cosmic microwave background, something that many astrophysicists believe to be the the strongest evidence that the Big Bang really did happen. The CMB, they say, is the echo of the Big bang.

How it might arise in Shu’s cosmology isn’t yet clear but I imagine he’s working on it.

Even if he finds a way, there will need to be some uncomfortable rethinking before his ideas can gain traction. His approach may well explain the Type-I supernova observations without abandoning conservation of energy but it asks us to give up the notion of the Big Bang, the constancy of the speed of light and to accept a vast new set of potential phenomenon related

 

Universe Is A Computer Simulation

Physicists May Have Evidence Universe Is A Computer Simulation:

 Physicists May Have Evidence Universe Is A Computer Simulation


Physicists May Have Evidence Universe Is A Computer Simulation

Physicists say they may have evidence that the universe is a computer simulation. They made a computer simulation of the universe. And it looks sort of like us. A long-proposed thought experiment, put forward by both philosophers and popular culture, points out that any civilisation of sufficient size and intelligence would eventually create a simulation universe if such a thing were possible. And since there would therefore be many more simulations (within simulations, within simulations) than real universes, it is therefore more likely than not that our world is artificial. Now a team of researchers at the University of Bonn in Germany led by Silas Beane say they have evidence this may be true. In a paper named ‘Constraints on the Universe as a Numerical Simulation’, they point out that current simulations of the universe – which do exist, but which are extremely weak and small – naturally put limits on physical laws. Technology Review explains that “the problem with all simulations is that the laws of physics, which appear continuous, have to be superimposed onto a discrete three dimensional lattice which advances in steps of time.” What that basically means is that by just being a simulation, the computer would put limits on, for instance, the energy that particles can have within the program. These limits would be experienced by those living within the sim – and as it turns out, something which looks just like these limits do in fact exist. For instance, something known as the Greisen-Zatsepin-Kuzmin, or GZK cut off, is an apparent boundary of the energy that cosmic ray particles can have. This is caused by interaction with cosmic background radiation. But Beane and co’s paper argues that the pattern of this rule mirrors what you might expect from a computer simulation. Naturally, at this point the science becomes pretty tricky to wade through – and we would advise you read the paper itself to try and get the full detail of the idea. But the basic impression is an intriguing one. Like a prisoner in a pitch-black cell, we may never be able to see the ‘walls’ of our prison — but through physics we may be able to reach out and touch them.