There’s a mysterious place that isn’t a ‘place’ at all. It’s the invisible intersection of the quantum world and consciousness. Fortunately, this baffling mind-bender has a host of spokespeople who can tell it to the rest of us in simple terms. Dr. Stuart Hameroff is one of them, and you may recognize him as one of the scientists from the movie, “What the Bleep …” Check out what the good Doc has to say about Quantum Consciousness in this 9 minute interview clip.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4y8mTRqXAo[/youtube]

Why do you think we have an ‘inner life’? Can the intersection of the quantum world and consciousness explain it? Leave us a comment and let us know.

 

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5 Comments

  • Avatar Cbruibru98 Inez says:

    Communicating with family member 2000miles away so you ohone each other at the same time is proo  enough  for me  without the complicated title of the action. Thanks for the proof, though.
    Inez

  • Avatar Leila says:

    I didn’t realize there were so many competing theories about consciousness.  It was an interesting video.  Can you suggest any more  videos or articles about this subject.  Maybe ones for a complete layman.  Thanks. 

  • Avatar Ruthannkeys says:

    This is great.  We’re not computers and our free will is not just a random selection of predictable occurances unless we create those pathways/habits ourselves.

  • Avatar Titi says:

    This is all very interesting but a little sad and odd that all these great minds cant bring themselves to consider or perhaps even name the unexplainable, as perhaps being the miraculous presence of God….

  • Avatar Titi says:

    This is all very interesting but a little sad and odd that all these great minds cant bring themselves to consider or perhaps even name the unexplainable, as perhaps being the miraculous presence of God….

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