17 Burst results for "John Wheeler"

"john wheeler" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"Matthew. It is something special to go to to have this group of people. This this This collective heart a take you into it and to feel like part of it and then what happens to his you go. Oh and now that I am part of it. I want to continue to to grow that. Like I can understand like I. I had prior cast or like cast members from other shows. Come up to be to and welcoming just to welcome and create that extension and you just like if felt it was beautiful and unexpected and so touching and and consistent you know like it was an opportunity to really connect with some fans and And learn about their experiences and also one of the advantages I had is because I didn't have lineups with me. No most people read some of the the bigger Stars I got to really drop in and have some longer conversations with people and some personal connections and that's why I want to be there. I want to be part of the convention experience and I have loved it because I grew up as as that fan. I grew up working in comic book stories and watching these shows and and reading. Saif I am so it's like I know what it is to love a world so much that it's you know that lives within you and so that has been a really special part. Yes the best part of it. It's really great to talk to someone who's involved in the Star Trek Universe and also such a lover of it. Such a big fan of being a part of it too. So that's great to hear Harry. I wish you much success in all your business ventures and hopefully seeing you again in star trek maybe as another tolerate or perhaps even just yourself next time. We'll see how things go. Thank you so much thanks. Matthew and I also hope that you do catch the real Harry mode one day and get that Cudgel back time come and that was our guest for this week. Harry judge and Harry also wanted me to mention that you can hear him in his first ever audiobook on audible and Amazon prime which is called Trudeau the education of prime minister. And that's all about just introduce first term in office and when I say it's his first book it's his first time doing an audiobook since this book was not written by himself but he did read it obviously out loud and before he did the performance and he said he enjoyed a great deal. So if you're interested in Canadian politics there's some free at checkout later. The Tele Rights first appeared in the season. Two of the original series in the episode journey to Babel. The first actor to wear the tolerate makeup was John Wheeler veteran actor who appeared in just about any TV show. You can name from the seventies eighties and nineties. The makeup you war was extremely difficult to see out of and didn't offer the after much visibility in order to see where he was going in the scenes he was performing in wheeler had to lift his head higher-than-normal which incorporated into his portrayal of Gav the tolerate leading to the lower within the series of them being very proud and oftentimes arrogance species in all future iterations of them. So thank you for listening to this week's episode of Trek Untold. And if you haven't already please subscribe to the show you can leave her view and rating. We'd appreciate it very much. You.

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"john wheeler" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"john wheeler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:19 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's good work lenny's a very smart guy and it's no coincidence that he that he did what he did Many does that answer your question. One. i like to ask you if there is the gravity on kravitz on interaction and okay this this is again if you want email me because this is this is irrelevant to what i mean it's actually nothing to do with what i'm talking about that's you know it's it's an important topic it's nice but it's not real it's it otherwise what i'm talking about what simpler than gravity gravitons interactions and gravity gravitons and don't really play much of a role in how the tic tac flies not directly thanks manny it we're gonna go to thomas in la hoya high thomas Done by street, went to UC. hi george thank you for taking my call jack i look forward to obtaining your new monographs stargate the question i have jack is can we develop this tic tac technology cheap one yeah we could develop for the cost of a single aircraft carrier we could develop it very easily if we had a ten billion dollars you could develop it we maybe even one hundred million i don't know but until we try where there's a will is away money is not the main thing it's not it's mainly developing the solid state physics of meta materials that's the main thing and also there's some because we need what it called high room temperature superconductors which is part of the the meta material effect i'm talking about and there's something called the four like affect and it's i think we can do it relatively cheaply let's put this will be spent how many tens of hundreds of millions of dollars on hot fusion we never got hot fusion right rita foley You. we could say even if it's ten billion you change the world that's not that's not oh yeah of course it's gonna change everything and by the way you know it will it might say kay can't solve the energy crisis but i wanna get into that right now we don't have time it jack what do you think about the reports that there's debris that there's crashed abry are we talking about debris from time machines well if if i'm right yes these the time machines all the debate oh by the way while we're at i can't mention a guy's name but i have a close friend who actually handled the debris you know that fits in with course where he where costa says my friend actually he was working for the c._i._a. was contract with the c._i._a. and this is in the nineteen sixties probably interview him in our podcast if he goes public he's a very prominent person is very exclusive men's club in san francisco which you might guess what name meant and he actually for week had actual possession material he tried to hammer it now he he had the strut your the strike with the symbols on coarser talks about and had amazing properties it was almost empty was floated and So in that case, yes. So the answer is I, I the answer's yes. I had one of our listeners Larry had before. my face i reached my delete but she people tend to overcomplicate things that are very simple it's just noise in the signal we don't need a fifth force there's no force involved okay this man sense how did the baby fit fork there's nothing to do with them so okay that it's told muddling total confusion because people just don't understand the physics very well your message then is just don't understand what they're doing very well see when you're doing physics two things you can do if you're a theoretical physics you do the mathematics and you get a lot of stuff in the mathematics without understanding how the mathematics relates to the experiments and people do experiments understand mathematics and vice versa and things are very compartmentalized those like the intelligence community the left hand that with the right his doing so even some of these pundits they may be very good in doing the mathematics general relativity without an standing physical meaning of it Some like Kip filling understands. Everything gets. and john wheeler did but a lot of them don't give us a pitch about your stargate your latest your latest work your latest version of it well what it is it's really update of my but the destiny matrix and it talks a lot about the tic tac and everything we're talking tonight i just eat laborat- on it in more detail i try to keep it pod done actually work i'm upgrading the book stargate the next year and i really have to write down some lectures physics students you actually do get with the mathematics so but the basic thing about the materials is that what you wanna do you have to slow down the speed of light in the meta material you slow it down it's called index of refraction and you need very large indices of refraction and when you have a large index of refraction what that does that enhances the coupling of energy to the gravitational field because i i don't have much detail let's see we have yeah we're i don't want to get into the mathematics we're we're about out so jackson always good to have you here interesting stuff i i hope people check out the links to your work and the smart gate book and i look forward to having you back soon if you should have beyond for a whole three owl sometime so i could get into more detail enough interest i'm gonna listen to to hoffman because i- paper and it's very good stuff what they're doing it's you know dante experimentalist eddington's to my my you know the great the evidence very well and thanks for thanks for being here and i look forward to having you back on soon we're going to break now with the four tops in rich hoffman will be here in just a moment stick around for more coast to coast a._m..

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"john wheeler" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:49 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The scale of things the of things the length time, and so on we need something to measure time. Now, we have very very good in existence. Now, tell me clocks nuclear. Locks a needle ultimately depend basically two of the most fundamental. Formerly physics Einstein's equals MC squared. And the other is max planks E equals h new which is telling us that frequency is equivalent to to mass. Basically is that the faculty plank time? Well, no. That's something else. All right, fine. Please continue it's time which is a sociopath. It's a free frequency in order to build the clock. You need a frequency. The thing is according to max plank. This is what started off quantum mechanics are very important law, max, plank frequency and energy are. Cleveland an Einstein energy and mass equivalent. So if you put these two together, that's means mass and frequency equivalent. So if you have a particle of a particular mass that has naturally frequency. It's a clock automatically by virtue of its mess. And it's a very very precise clock. Now, the very precise clocks we have in nature come about from this feature that mass is basically o'clock massive particles o'clock's now when you don't have any mass, which is before the Higgs time. Well, after the anti Hicks times you like in a very remote future of previously on then. Matt went mass has gone away. You don't have a notion of time when you don't have a notion of time you have a bit more freedom. You don't actually have a notion of distance either. And you don't have a notion of momentum and energy. And these these important features of physics get lost at this moment. It sounds like a lot of us lost. But in fact, it's only a tiny bit this lost. If you Frazier physics the right way, you see that that most of it is not lost. And it's what we call the conformable structure, the conformable cyclic, cosmology. That would. That's right conformable is a way of talking about this no cone. Well, yes. It's a kind of geometry where you don't know about distances. You don't know about scales? But you do know about angles. Now, you see in space time geometry what defines angles or these snow cones, they how how the speed of light speed of light motion. If that's all you have then you have to conform with geometry, but you don't know how big things are making small equivalent, energetic cannot energetic equivalent hot and cold or equivalent. So the very remote very very cold university. We expect this boring code university remote future is completely equivalent. If you don't have any mass to a very very hot concentrated universe. Which is the big bang, which gets the remote future. The previously on becomes a big bang of an x one. Only can do that. Because you don't have any mess left. So why don't you got rid of the mass? You can we scale everything and go from the very spread out cold universe. Very concentrated universe of the big bang. That's what you meant about scale ability, not being profound here you guys, right? Got lost can only get lost because the rest masses disappeared and the massless nece that's critical. I want to understand this the big bang moment consists of photons in and use quantum language gravity. That's all there is. No, there are no particles with mass at the big bang moment that right, but they could be you see electrons could be there too. But they've lost their mess. Right after the anti Hague's in the full of The Hague's. You see when you got a a period of time. But you see times kind of peculiar that. And you say that if we keep a time and depend upon the electron and the positron, and we speculate that they are going to lose their mass that that means the time itself the clock itself has stop the crock gets lost. That's right lost. I like that term now. Now there are versions of viscous -nology that you reference in the book, and I think. In comparison. It helps to emphasize that you have maintained the second law of third thermodynamics and some of your predecessors their colleagues have not you mentioned Friedman and Tolman what did they do that didn't quite comply with everything we need for the second law thermodynamics. Well Friedman didn't I don't think he really tried. You say it was a ally. Dea what was called the ulcerating universe? That was this. I sort of Einsteinian theory Friedman was the first person to solve Einstein's equations in a cosmological context and one of his solutions out of university sort of it was closed up expanded and contracted bounce again expanded and contracted went through these relations. But the thing is and Tolman pointed this out uses an American cosmologists, he pointed out about the second volume, dynamics, you see, well, this doesn't quite make sense. Because the second law tells you that things can be quite the same entropy is going up all the time. So he proposed a modification of his Friedmann universe in which the cycle sort of grew. And they got bigger and bigger and bigger. So he made a brave attempts to accommodate the second law. Now, the thing is that was that was fine. Except when you look at the figures, it's only a tiny tiny amount of the second law, but you can accommodate this way, and that was not appreciated because people didn't know about black holes. And they didn't know how much entropy there is in black holes. It's absolutely stupendous. And so by this Tolman picture, you comes accommodate the second law when there are black holes in the his Toleman speculating before black hole theory is confirmed. I see so it was a long time before. So he's he's got the right direction. But he didn't have all the pieces you have some other. That are fantastic. You might write about romantic the anthropic principle fit some of the cosmology here heretofore four we're not talking string. We're talking on that. Everything's just right. It's like the Goldilocks universe. And you mentioned John Wheeler did that adjust the anthropic principle. Obey the second love thermodynamics. Well, he could do it's it's really different principle. I mean, you need you need the anthropic principle if he likes that what that tells you so the consciences nature have to be just right for life to exist. Right. The thing is that because the conformable sector because you have a different take on this whole question. Because I'm not saying that the universe was created with the right Constance and saying that what we have is propagating universe. So what the conscience that we have now came about from what they were in the previous on the came about from what they were in the previously, and what you need is a scheme, which propagates now that self propagation is you huge constraints on what the contents of nature could be. So I look at it in a different way from the way. Other people have thought about the anthropic. There's also a wonderful illustration of a man by the name of smollet and his idea of eons. Let's looks like a series of ringing bells. This is the null cone going in many directions. Not just a linear beautiful idea. Yes. He what his idea was that that you have these black holes. And then they have these singularities inside them, and those singular places were physics goes wrong. Suddenly turn into new university. So the big bangs come out of your black holes. And then there's sort of a whole universe reproduces itself. Many many times over not exactly, but you get new universes if you knew eons from each black hole, but I have a lot of trouble with this coming from second awesome naming scheme. I'm proposing doesn't do that. It's it's just one thing. And it's the whole thing which propagates itself again, and again in these aeons sequentially, also I read I've read a deal of string theory. And each time I have to read it again to hold it in my mind, the CCC the conformable cyclic, cosmology, does not depend upon or ask string theory is that right? It's it's independent. I should say that the the idea which is most like CCC was produced by an Italian physicist name is then no, it's actually Venezia's ideas were basically started off string theory in the first place, and he had a model, which is sort of string theory base. But it isn't most like my mobile that I've seen and it's important now that we're identifying theories that were prior to your identification of these temperature variations in the that indicate a prior period evidence of a prior period, not just theory. That's right. And all of these series that we've discussed these physicists did not have that evidence to work with. That's right. No. They didn't know you see in the other models. I don't think they could have had this flack whole collision business giving signals getting across some onto the next. I think that's what unique about this particular idea. Well, what's surprising for me as a? Reader,.

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"john wheeler" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

18:40 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To coast Paul may with us. He is the co author of the book, primal mind, primal games. Why we do what we do back to telepathy Paul for a moment. Are you saying then that telepathy is caused by the brain primarily, no? Say that I wouldn't say that I would say that the there is a biomolecular structure within our bodies. And not just in the brain could be in the heart could be in any of the living tissue that is sensitive to quantum based information photons, see George most most of the biochemistry that is taught today is taught Valerie hunter, if the I don't know if you remember no of the late UCLA physiologist, but the name Valerie hunt. But she she did a lot of research in in telemetry research pioneer in vibrant, Tori, states in the human body, and she found by Batory states that far exceeded what we see today in a lot of the conventional brain science where we say that the Br brainwaves only go up to say forty maybe forty five hurts. She says that's just rubbish. We have abrasions in the body that go well into the hundreds of thousands of cycles the second. And of course, her her mainstream colleagues were gassed when she would say such things because it would imply that our our physiology is capable of much much more of than what we're being told. So this is part of the problem with which we have right now science itself has been stomach victimized. So now, let's get back to your question. The core your question. Is it the body? That's doing this. No. But the body is acting as the these little these little structures, these Hegg hexagonal and pentagonal aromatic rings are essentially holders of this energy state. And now if you do the math and we've done it in our second book just to see just for fun to see what would happen. The computational information holding capability of our bodies is in extraordinary astronomical numbers like. In the numbers like sex Gillian. You know? So when we when you get into that kind of computational capability, it would suggest to us that the the information that's not just within us as being our souls, whatever that may be all from previous incarnations. But for those that the information that's in the universe at large. You know, it's hell they call it. The a caution field that we know from from just conventional physics that what we call the empty spaces and empty at all it's charged with massive amounts of information or energy, and that that holds information in and of itself, we don't talk about it that way in in conventional physics, although John Wheeler a famous physicist from Princeton University who worked with iron Stein. He talked about his three phases of his career. We said in his first phase was everything was particles in the second phases. Career everything was waves and in the third phase of his career, everything was information. So in a sense what he was trying to convey there is that information is actually the base condition for all energetic manifestation in our universe. So that's why I'm using the word information here with photons light. That comes from the sun is not maybe just light it's holding informational potential and just as our souls are holding informational potential. So these these are at a quantum state. That's the difference between electrons which is the normative biochemical model uses talks about electrons all the time and photons once electrons belong to call the fair bionic family. And they belonging to generally speaking a. Quantum wave state collapsed configuration, whereas information, that's from photonics sources is non quantum wave collapsed, which means indeterminate that indeterminate ac- is the reason why information can flow in this non ordinary way. What's interesting to me? Is that when you, and I are exchanging words, right? We're using a language system. That language system in of itself is a wave collapsing system. And that means that it tends to limit our ability to experience it it's as though categorical thinking is built on collapsing wave states. Whereas when you're in a meditative state, you're not necessarily your beyond what's called a discursive mind in Buddhism, which is beyond language. You are receiving information at a massive rates. And in a sense, you have mystical site. You can see reality from a multiplexed or Omni Vaillant view. And you're you're just as when people report reporting on near death experiences where not only are they having a white light experience. But some of them were reporting how they have their entire life will flash right before you. Within a matter of seconds. Right everything they did everything down to details. And this question is how in heck would that be possible? Because the brain the brain alone cannot process that volume of information in such a tiny amount of time. Now, what a lot of people don't know. And I'll add to this discussion right here is that when you look at all of the major classes of hallucinogens be at DM t- Silla, cyber LSD or whatever all of them have a huge population. When you look at them and knock your diagram, call Louis diagram, you'll see that those molecules are full of these aromatic rings. Is it any coincidence that they are packed with aromatic rings? There are coincidences at they're associated with these altered states and these higher states have awareness and just a conventional neural transmitters of dopamine serotonin are themselves. Also built around these aromatic ring structures and their associated with motivating us, right? And for a sense of of wellbeing. So this is not a coincidence. This is a signpost that we need to pay attention that these structures are built within our system. So I can say is when we get back to this question about what where does the primal mind fit into all of this? Well, I would say that the primal mind is just your baseline. It's a baseline operating system for having a body in a in an environment. But that doesn't mean it's the limits of the system the system is gifted with this this huge. Subtle structure that's capable of of dealing with light. How else can we explain people who have memories of previous lives people who have near death experiences people who have telepathy? And and there's a lot of good evidence in science today. That would say that by Garo Bannon and dean Radin, they would say telepathy is not pseudoscience. It is science and the the the current excite mainstream science hasn't caught on to this yet. Why? Because categorical thinking is collapsing. The very thinking processes of a lot of the scientists who are not being open to really what's going on. It's not to say all scientists do that Einstein John Wheeler and many others as Rupert Sheldrick. These people have gone back to becoming we could call them. Scientists mystics. They understand that. There is this subtle dimension of reality. That is really the thing. That's calling us to investigate because that's our true nature. We're we're being called on a path and so- primal mind is just one part of the process of instructing the soul in what we need to learn here on earth, we that compassion, and maybe some wisdom lessons, but that doesn't tell the whole story. It's a part of the story. And it's probably a very necessary part of the story because I think it's the discipline that we need in order to become quantum beings. Just like that character Q and Star Trek, you need to have a disciplined mind with virtuous conduct to live in a quantum realm. Otherwise, it becomes mayhem Paul. You have looked at the work of one of our guests Bruce Lipton. Tell me. Yes. Yes. Now. There's a lot of territory to cover in that Bruce has said some really interesting things one of the things he said is that intelligence is found on the membrane outer membrane of cells, for example. He's gone beyond that she's gone into the question about consciousness having an impact on changing the the literally the genetic makeup of our bodies. Now, the the model that I just presented about these aromatic rings. Begins to provide the interface mechanism between how conscious state could possibly have an impact on DNA structures and the creation of new proteins. That's where it gets interesting. That's where we can say our our minds are creating in a sense part of our physical reality. And then that sense we can be shaping. Our our behaviors not just our behaviours, but are very physical states to become something that is much more open ended or something that is actually closed down. And when it's closed down. My my suggestion is that that's more likely associated with illness. That's more likely associated with psychological and spiritual complaint where is intelligence based in the brain. Or is it outside of the brain. That's Rupert Sheldrick who's a friend of mine, and he's he's maintained the idea for the longtime that the mind and the intelligence associated with the mind is a field proposition. Right. Dead exists, independent of the brain. Do you agree with that? I agree. I agree with like maybe ninety percent of that. I would say one should not be so quick as to dismiss the physiological structures that are accompanying the field the minefield because we after all we are human beings. And there is a purpose for us to being in an incarcerated state. So the fact that our physiology at a subtle at this microscopic like the tiniest microscopic states is capable of actually holding this kind of information which suggests that the field itself. Is being maintained or apple fide. Interface with the environment and other people who maintains the field though, what creates that? That intelligence is probably is it God. I would say that the creation, you know. Like, we, you know, we grew up with the story of God, creating the the universe in the earth and in in all animal kind and humankind. You know, as you as you age, you start becoming a little bit more sophisticated and assume, well, that's a very pretty child like story, childhood sorry. But you know, I think there is a great deal of of legitimacy to the idea that there is super intelligence that's embedded in the universe. That is actually responsible for the design of these systems. It's certainly not something we're designing I didn't incarnate into this world with the idea. Oh, better have some aromatic ring of amino acids and DNA. I mean aromatic rings to make sure that I'm capable of interfacing with my you know, like an avatar with this body. I didn't create that nor did you nor did any scientists on this planet that comes from something much bigger than us. And if you wanna call that God, I'm perfectly comfortable with that idea. I have no problem with that. But it is a higher. It is higher order of intelligence that may be embedded within the universe itself. Which could be of incalculable age right now. Oh, that's possible too. It's fascinating work where does science take this next ball? I mean what happens next? I think CIA SCI itself is having to go through a transformation. I think we're at the with the dawn of the quantum age in the nineteen twenties. It's almost been not quite we're almost at one hundred year Mark of quantum physics coming into existence and yet. We have yet to embrace the full implications of what that insight means to reality to consciousness, and to even to spiritual our spiritual dimensions. And I think science. You know? Quantum physics is probably the most troubling paradigm for conventional material science. It does not find it doesn't like deadline Stein. Said he didn't like spooky action at a distance. Scientists and people generally are mystified by what the heck is going on with this stuff. And yet that's where sciences brought us. And it's now saying this is the next step in our evolutionary journey. So, you know, when we look at the cover of the book, and it's got a chimp in front of a chessboard, and and chimps at I believe chimps are our common ancestor, we come from a common ancestor, we are on an evolutionary journey and not just in evolutionary journey of the Royal being but in evolutionary journey of our soul being but incarnation. So the incarnation will experience as human beings. I remember going to a Buddhist teaching not too long ago. And a woman told me she said, the beauty of the human experience is that it's between a divine realm and hell realm, and that we get to experience both and what's so. Very interesting about that is that because of that we are capable of having the potential of an enlightenment because the enlightened state has to be able to take in the full gamut the full spectrum of all existential possibilities, and that's the part a lot of people wanna transcend, the physical and say, you know, the body what a drag, you know, it would it's gonna die. What the ultimate enlightenment experiences beyond body? Well, maybe it is maybe it's a much more much more complex proposition that the body is a necessary stepping stone for the higher evolutionary state that is being played out in this universe. So I'm looking at the chimpanzee and the cover of your book. Does it have a soul? Oh, I think animals have souls. You do. Oh, I do. I do. I mean, look at Pentium. I mean, that's not my creation the idea Pantasma in which is embraced by a lot of native Americans. They say that rocks. Have Sol's trees have souls when I live here in British Columbia when they want to chop at tree down to make totem pole or dugout canoe. They go to the tree, and they have a dialogue, and they asked forgiveness from the tree before they cut it down. And they tell what the tell the tree what they're going to use it for now that that the western western anthropologists to say, oh, that's all animism, you know, that that's like a silly idea. Well, you know, I have a feeling that we're coming full circle. We're beginning to sense that no the whole universe is alive. You the sun is alive. People have said that for years the earth is alive. But it's the definitions again, we're back to categorical thinking. If you build a world view that's locked into a collapsed. Wave state, you cannot possibly experience or let's say say, I shouldn't say that. It's too absolutist on my my side, you are going to reduce your capability or ability to have those experiences. I think those experiences burst through every once in a while, regardless of a person's belief system. It's almost like they're inconvenient truth that bleed into the into the story. Whether we like it or not. The Leonard Cohen has a famous line in one of his about there's a crack in everything that's how the light gets in. And I think that's really what we're going through in our in our paradigm of consciousness right now, we're locked in the prime of mind paradigm of human consciousness. All right, Paul stay with us. We're gonna take a break. We're gonna come back and take promise phone calls with you. There are all lining up. Paulo may with us co author of the book, primal mind, primal games. We will be back in.

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"john wheeler" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

16:42 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on KTOK

"And welcome back to coast to coast Paula may with us. He is the co author of the book, primal mind, primal games. Why we do what we do back to telepathy Paul for a moment. Are you saying then that telepathy is caused by the brain primarily, no? Say that I wouldn't say that I would say that the. There is a biomolecular structure within our bodies. And not just in the brain could be in the heart could be in any of the living tissue that is sensitive to quantum based information photons. See George most most of the biochemistry that is taught today is taught with Valerie hunter, the I don't know if you remember no of the late UCLA says y'all just by the name Valerie hunt. But she she did a lot of research in in telemetry research pioneer in vibrant, Tori, states in the human body, and she found by states that far exceeded what we see today in a lot of the conventional brain science where we say that the Br brainwaves only go up to say forty maybe forty five hurts. She said that's just rubbish. We have abrasions in the body that go well into the hundreds of thousands of cycles the second. And of course, her her mainstream colleagues were gassed when she would say such things because it would imply that our our physiology is capable of much much more of than what we're being told. So this is part of the problem with which we have right now, scientists self has been somewhat victimized. So now, let's get back to your question. The core of your question. Is it the body? That's doing this. No. But the body is acting as the these little these little structures. These hedge hexagonal and pentagonal aromatic rings are essentially holders of this energy state. And now if you do the math and we've done it in our second book just to see just for fun to see what would happen. The computational information holding capability of our bodies is in extraordinary astronomical numbers like. In the numbers like sex Chilean. You know? So when we when you get into that kind of computational capability, it would suggest to us that the the information that's not just within us as being as souls, whatever that may be you know, from previous incarnations, but for those that the information that's in the universe at large. You know, it's hell they call it. The caution field that we know from from just conventional physics that what we call the empty spaces an empty at all it's charged with massive amounts of information or energy and that holds information in and of itself. We don't talk about it that way in in conventional physics, although John Wheeler a famous physicist from Princeton University who worked with Einstein. He talked about is three phases of his career. We said in his first phase was everything was particles in the second phase career. Everything was waves. And in the third phase of his career, everything was information. So in a sense what he was trying to convey there is that information is actually the base condition for all energetic manifestation in our universe. So that's why I'm using the word information here with photons light. That comes from the sun is not maybe just light it's holding informational potential and just as our souls are holding informational potential. So these these are at a quantum state. That's the difference between electrons which is the normative biochemical model uses talks about electrons all the time and photons once electrons belong to what are called the fair bionic family. And they belonging to generally speaking, a quantum wave state collapsed configuration, whereas information that's from photonic. Sources is non quantum wave collapsed, which means it's indeterminate that indeterminate see is the reason why information can flow in this non ordinary way. What's interesting to me? Is that when you, and I are exchanging words, right? We're using a language system. That language system in and of itself is a wave collapsing system. And that means that it tends to limit our ability to experience it it's as though categorical thinking is built on collapsing wave states. Whereas when you're in a meditative state, you're not necessarily your beyond what's called the discursive mind in Buddhism, which is beyond language. You are receiving information at massive rates. And in a sense, you have mystical site. You can see reality from a multiplexed or on the view. And you're you're just as when people report reporting on near death experiences where not only are they having a white light experience. But some of them were reporting how they have their entire life will flash right before? Within a matter of seconds. Right everything they did everything down to details. And this question is how in heck would that be possible? Because of the brain the brain alone cannot process that volume of information in such a tiny amount of time. Now, what a lot of people don't know. And I'll add to this discussion right here is that when you look at all of the major classes of hallucinogens be at DM T Silla, cyber LSD or whatever. All of them have a huge population. When you look at them and Inaki your dot diagram called Louis diagram. You'll see that those molecules are full of these era Matic rings. Is it any coincidence that they are packed with aromatic rings? And I don't think there are coincidences at they're associated with these altered states and these higher states have awareness and just a conventional neurotransmitters of dopamine and serotonin are themselves. Also built around these aromatic ring structures and their associated with motivating us, right? And for a sense of of wellbeing. So this is not a coincidence. This is a signpost that we need to pay attention that these structures are built within our system. So all I can say is when we get back to this question about what where does the primal mind fit into all this? Well, I would say that the primal might is just your baseline. It's a baseline operating system for having a body in an environment. But that doesn't mean it's the limit. Of the system. The system is gifted with this this huge subtle structure. That's capable of of dealing with light. How else can we explain people who have memories of previous lives people who have near death experiences people who have telepathy? And there's a lot of good evidence in science today. That would say that by Garo Bannon and dean Radin, they would say telepathy is not pseudoscience it is science. And then the the the current excite mainstream size hasn't caught on to this yet. Why? Because categorical thinking is collapsing. The very thinking processes of a lot of scientists who are not being open to really what's going on. That's not to say all scientists do that Einstein. John Wheeler and many others. Rupert sheldrick. These people have gone back to becoming we could call them, scientists mystics they understand that there is this subtle dimension of reality. That is really the thing. That's calling us to investigate because that's our true nature. We're we're being called on a path. And so the prime of mind is just one part of the process of instructing the soul in what we need to learn here on earth, we that compassion, and maybe some wisdom lessons, but that doesn't tell the whole story. It's a part of the story. And it's probably a very necessary part of the story because I think it's the discipline that we need in order to become quantum beings. Just like that character Q in Star Trek, you need to have a disciplined mind with virtuous conduct to live in a quantum realm. Other. Otherwise, it becomes mayhem Paul. You have looked at the work of one of our guests Bruce Lipton. Tell me. Yes. Yes. Now, there's a lot of territory to cover in that Bruce has said some really interesting things one of the things he said is that intelligence is found on the membrane outer membrane of cells, for example. He's gone beyond that she's gone into the question about consciousness having an impact on changing the the literally the genetic makeup of our bodies. Now, the the model that I just presented about these aromatic rings. Begins to provide the interface mechanism between how conscious state could possibly have an impact on DNA structures and the creation of new proteins. That's where it gets interesting. That's where we can say our our minds are creating in a sense part of our physical reality. And in that sense. We can be shaping our our behaviors not just our behaviours, but are very physical states to become something that is much more open ended or something that is actually closed down. And when it's closed down. My my suggestion is that that's more likely associated with illness. That's more likely associated with psychological and spiritual complaint where is intelligence based in the brain. Or is it outside of the brain. That's Rupert Sheldrick who's a friend of mine, and he's he's maintained the idea for a long time that the mind and intelligence associated with the mind is a field proposition. Right. Dead exists, independent of the brain. Do you agree with that? I agree. I agree with like maybe ninety percent of that. I would say one should not be so quick as to dismiss the physiological structures that are accompanying the field the minefield because we after all we are human beings. And there is a purpose for us to being in an incarcerated state. So the the fact that our physiology at a subtle at this microscopic like the tiniest of microscopic states is capable of actually holding this kind of information which suggests that the field itself. Is being maintained or amplified? Interface with the environment and other people who maintains the field though, what creates that? That intelligence is probably is it God. I would say that the creation, you know. Like, we, you know, we grew up with the story of God, creating the the universe and the earth and in in all animal kind and humankind. You know, as you as you age, you start becoming a little bit more sophisticated and assume, well, that's a very pretty child like story, childhood sorry. But you know, I think there is a great deal of of of legitimacy to the idea that there is a Supra intelligence. That's embedded in the universe. That is actually responsible for the design of these systems. It's certainly not something we're designing I didn't incarnate into this world with the idea. Oh, I better have some aromatic ring of Ammiano acids and DNA aromatic rings to make sure that I'm capable of interfacing with my you know, like an avatar with this body. I didn't create that nor did you nor did any scientists on this planet that comes from something much bigger than us. And if you wanna call that God, I'm perfectly comfortable with that idea. I have no problem with that. But it is a higher. It is higher order of intelligence that may be embedded within the universe itself. Which could be of incalculable age, right? Oh, that's possible to it's fascinating work where does science take this next fall? I mean what happens next? I think CIA sciences self George is having to go through a transformation. I think we're at the with the dawn of the quantum age in the nineteen twenties. It's almost been not quite we're almost at one hundred year. Mark of quantum physics coming into existence. And yet. We have yet to embrace the full implications of what that insight means to reality to consciousness, and to even to spiritual our spiritual dimensions and a think science. You know, quantum physics is probably the most troubling paradigm for conventional material science. It does not find it doesn't like deadline Stein. Said he didn't like spooky action at a distance scientists and people generally are mystified by what the heck is going on with this stuff. And yet that's where sciences brought us. And it's now saying this is the next step in our Evelyn missionary journey. So you know, when we look at the cover of the book, and it's got a champ in front of a chessboard. And and and if chimps at I believe chimps are our common ancestor, we come from a common ancestor, we are on an evolutionary journey and not just in Evelyn journey of the Royal being but in evolutionary journey of our soul being but incarnation. So the incarnation will experience as human being. Beings. I remember going to a Buddhist teaching not too long ago in a woman told me, she said, the beauty of the human experience is that it's between a divine realm and hell realm, and that we get to experience both, and what's so very interesting about that is that because of that we are capable of having the potential of an enlightenment because the enlightened state has to be able to take in the full gamut the full spectrum of all existential possibilities, and that's the part a lot of people wanna transcend, the physical and say, you know, the body what a drag, you know, it would it's gonna die. What the ultimate enlightenment experiences beyond body? Well, maybe it isn't maybe it's a much more much more complex proposition that the body is a necessary stepping stone for the higher evolutionary state that is being played out in. This universe. So I'm looking at the chimpanzee and the cover of your book. Does it have a soul? Oh, I think animals have souls do. Oh, I do..

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"john wheeler" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

18:40 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To coast palm bay with us. He is the co author of the book, primal mind, primal games. Why we do what we do back to telepathy Paul for a moment. Are you saying then that telepathy is caused by the brain primarily, no? Say that I wouldn't say that I would say that the there is a biomolecular structure within our bodies. And not just in the brain could be in the heart could be in any of the living tissue that is sensitive to quantum based information photons, see George most most of the biochemistry that is taught today is taught Valerie hundred if the I don't know if you remember no of the late UCLA physiologist but name Valerie hunt. But she she did a lot of research in in telemetry research pioneer in Beiber, Tori, states in the human body, and she found by retiree states that far exceeded what we see today a lot of the conventional brain science where we say that the brainwaves only go up to say forty maybe forty five hurts. She says that's just rubbish. We have abrasions in the body that go well into the hundreds of thousands of cycles the second. And of course, her her mainstream colleagues were gassed when she would say such things because it would imply that our our physiology is capable of much much more of than what we're being told. So this is part of the problem with which we have right now, scientists self has been victimized. So now, let's get back to this your question. The core your question. Is it the body? That's doing this. No. But the body is acting as the these little these little structures. These hedge hexagonal and pentagonal aromatic rings are essentially holders of this energy state. And now if you do the math and we've done it in our second book just to see just for fun to see what would happen. The computational information holding capability of our bodies is in extraordinary astronomical numbers like. In the numbers like sex billion. You know? So when we when you get into that kind of computational capability, it would suggest to us that the the information that's not just within us as being our souls, whatever that may be you know, from previous incarnations, but for those that the information that's in the universe at large. You know, it's hell they call it. The a caution field that we know from from just conventional physics that what we call the empty spaces and empty at all it's charged with massive amounts of information or energy and the that holds information in and of itself. We don't talk about it that way in in conventional physics, although John Wheeler a famous physicist from Princeton University who worked with Einstein. He talked about us three phases of his career. We said in his first phase. As with everything was particles in the second phases. Career everything was waves and in the third phase of his career, everything was information. So in a sense what he was trying to convey there is that information is actually the base condition for all energetic manifestation in our universe. So that's why I'm using the word information here with photons light. That comes from the sun is not maybe just light it's holding informational potential and just as our souls are holding informational potential. So these these are at a quantum state. That's the difference between electrons which is the normative biochemical model uses talks about electrons all the time and photons once electrons belong to what a called the fair bionic family. And they belonging to generally speaking a quantum wave state collapsed configuration where. Wras information. That's from photonics sources is non quantum wave collapsed, which means it's indeterminate that indeterminate see is the reason why information can flow in this non ordinary way. What's interesting to me? Is that when you, and I are exchanging words, right? We're using a language system. That language system in and of itself is a wave collapsing system. And that means that it tends to limit our ability to experience it it's as though categorical thinking is built on collapsing wave states. Whereas when you're in a meditative state, you're not necessarily your beyond what's called a discursive mind in Buddhism, which is beyond language. You are recite receiving information at a massive rates. And in a sense, you have mystical site. You can see reality from a multiplexed or Omni Vaillant view. And you're you're just as when people report reporting on near death experiences where not only are they having a white light experience. But some of them were reporting how they have their entire life will flash right before who? Within a matter of seconds. Right everything they did everything down to details. And this question is how in heck would that be possible? Because of the brain the brain alone cannot process that volume of information in such a tiny amount of time. Now, what a lot of people don't know. And I'll add to this discussion right here is that when you look at all of the major classes of hallucinogens be D DM T Silla, cyber LSD or whatever all of them have a huge population. When you look at them and knock your diagram called Louis diagram. You'll see that those molecules are full of these aromatic rings. Is it any coincidence that they are packed with aromatic rings? I don't think there are coincidences they're associated with these altered states and these higher states of awareness and just a conventional neurotransmitters of dopamine serotonin are themselves. Also built around these aromatic ring structures and their associated with motivating us, right? And for a sense of wellbeing. So this is not a coincidence. This is a signpost that we need to pay attention that these structures are built within our system. So all I can say is when you get back to this question about what where does the primal mind fit into all of this? Well, I would say that the primal mind is just your baseline. It's a baseline operating system for having a body in a in an environment. But that doesn't mean it's the limits of the system the system is gifted with this this huge. Subtle structure that's capable of dealing with light. How else can we explain people who have memories of previous lives people who have near death experiences people who have telepathy? And there's a lot of good evidence in science today. That would say that by Garo Bannon and dean Radin, they would say telepathy is not pseudoscience it is science. And then the the the the current excite mainstream size hasn't caught on to this yet. Why? Because categorical thinking is collapsing. The very thinking processes of a lot of the scientists who are not being open to really what's going on. That's not to say all scientists do that Einstein John Wheeler and many others Rupert Sheldrick. These people have gone back to becoming we could call them. Scientists mystics. They understand that. There is this subtle dimension of reality. That is really the thing. That's calling us to investigate because that's our true nature. We're we're being called on a path. And so the primal mind is just one part of the process of instructing the soul in what we need to learn here on earth, we that compassion, and maybe some wisdom lessons, but that doesn't tell the whole story. It's a part of the story. And it's probably a very necessary part of the story because I think it's the discipline that we need in order to become quantum beings. Just like that character in Star Trek, you need to have a disciplined mind with virtuous conduct to live in a quantum realm. Otherwise, it becomes mayhem Paul. You have looked at the work of one of our guests Bruce Lipton. Tell me. Yes. Yes. Now. There's a lot of territory to cover in that Bruce has said some really interesting things one of the things he said is that intelligence is found on the membrane outer membrane of cells, for example. He's gone beyond that she's gone into the question about consciousness having an impact on changing the the literally the genetic makeup of our bodies. Now, the the model that I just presented about these aromatic rings. Begins to provide the interface mechanism between how a conscious state could possibly have an impact on DNA structures and the creation of new proteins. That's where it gets interesting. That's where we can say our our minds are creating in a sense part of our physical reality. And then that sense we can be shaping. Our our behaviors not just our behaviours, but are very physical states to become something that is much more open ended or something that is actually closed down. And when it's closed down. My my suggestion is that that's more likely associated with illness. That's more likely associated with psychological and spiritual complaint where is intelligence based in the brain. Or is it outside of the brain. That's Rupert Sheldrick who's a friend of mine. And and he's he's maintained the idea for a long time that the mind and intelligence associated with the mind is a field proposition. Right. Dead exists, independent of the brain. Do you agree with that? I agree. I agree with like maybe ninety percent of that. I would say one should not be so quick as to dismiss the physiological structures that are accompanying the field the minefield because we after all we are human beings. And there is a purpose for us to being in an incarcerated state. So the the fact that our physiology at a subtle at this microscopic like the tiniest of microscopic states is capable of actually holding this kind of information which suggests that the field itself. Is being maintained or amplified? Interface with the environment and other people who maintains the field though, what creates that? That intelligence is probably is it God. I would say that the creation, you know. Like, we we, you know, we grew up with the story of God, creating the the universe in the earth and in in all animal kind and humankind. You know, as you as you age, you start becoming a little bit more sophisticated and assume, well, that's a very pretty child like story, childhood sorry. But you know, I think there is a great deal of of of legitimacy to the idea that there is a Supra intelligence. That's embedded in the universe. That is actually responsible for the design of these systems. It's certainly not something we're designing. I didn't incarnation into this world with the idea. Oh, I better have some aerobatic ring of amino acids and DNA. Aromatic rings to make sure that I'm capable of interfacing with my you know, like an avatar with this body. I didn't create that nor did you nor did any scientists on this planet dot coms from something much bigger than us. And if you wanna call that God, I'm perfectly comfortable with that idea. I have no problem with that. But it is a higher. It is higher order of intelligence that may be embedded within the universe itself. Which could be of incalculable age. Right. That's possible too. It's fascinating work where does science take this next fall? I mean what happens next? I think CIA SCI itself is having to go through a transformation. I think we're at the with the dawn of the quantum age in the nineteen twenties. It's almost been not quite we're almost at one hundred year. Mark of quantum physics coming into existence. And yet. We have yet to embrace the full implications of what that insight means to reality to consciousness, and to even to spiritual our spiritual dimensions and a think science. You know, quantum physics is probably the most troubling paradigm for conventional material science. It does not find it doesn't like deadline Stein. Said he didn't like spooky action at a distance scientists. And people generally are mystified by what the heck is going on with this stuff. And yet that's where has brought us. And it's now saying this is the next step in our evolutionary journey. So you know, when we look at the cover of the book, and it's got a champ in front of a chessboard. And and and if chimps at I believe chimps are our common ancestor, we come from a common ancestor, we are on an evolutionary journey and not just in evolutionary journey porio being but in evolutionary journey of our soul being but incarnation. So the incarnation experience as human beings. I remember going to a Buddhist teaching not too long ago. And a and a woman told me, she said, the beauty of the human experience is that it's between a divine realm and hell realm, and that we get to experience both, and what's so very interesting about that. Is that because of that we are capable of having the potential of an enlightenment because the enlightened state has to be able to take in the full gamut the full spectrum of all existential possibilities, and that's the part a lot of people wanna transcend, the physical and say, you know, the body what a drag, you know, it would is going to die. What the ultimate enlightenment experiences beyond body? Well, maybe it is maybe it's a much more much more complex proposition that the body is a necessary a stepping stone for the higher evolutionary state that is being played out in this universe. So I'm looking at the chimpanzee and the cover of your book. Does it have a soul? Oh, I think animals have souls. You do. Oh, I do. I do. I mean look at him. I mean, that's not my creation the idea phantasm, which is embraced by a lot of native Americans. They say that rocks. Have Sol's trees have souls when I live here in British Columbia when they want to chop at tree down to make totem pole or dugout canoe. They go to the tree, and they have a dialogue, and they ask forgiveness from the tree before they cut it down. And they tell what the tell the tree what they're going to use it for now that that the western western anthropologists say, oh, that's all animism, you know, that that's like a silly idea. Well, you know, I have a feeling that we're coming full circle. We're beginning to sense that no the whole universe is alive. The sun is alive. People have said that for years the earth is alive. But it's the definitions again, we're back to categorical thinking. If you build a world view that's locked into a collapsed. Wave state, you cannot possibly experience or let's say say, I shouldn't say that. It's too absolutist on my my side, you're going to reduce your capability or ability to have those experiences. I think those experiences burst through every once in a while, regardless of a person's belief system. It's almost like they're inconvenient truth that, you know, bleed into this into the story whether we like it or not. Leonard Cohen has a famous line in one of his songs about there's a crack in everything that's how the light gets in. And I think that's really what we're going through in our in our paradigm of consciousness right now, we're locked in the prime of mind paradigm of human consciousness. All right, Paul stay with us. We're gonna take a break. We're gonna come back and take promise phone calls with you. They're all lining up. Paulo may with us co author of the book, primal mind, primarily games. We will be back in.

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"john wheeler" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

06:46 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"We still can't figure out the big bang. Well, that's for sure. I mean, we we have an idea about the big bang. And there was I believe it was John Wheeler who named it that. Although I could be wrong. He had a knack for naming thanks, and you know, it's a amendment coil. But nevertheless, it's it's an idea that springs out of some basic things that we've learned like the expansion of the universe due to the Redshift of galaxies around us. And I think one of the one of the things that gets in the way of scientific progress is each step we're making conclusions based upon. The data. We have we usually our conclusions are pretty good and they fill in the gaps in the data pretty well. And they work for a while. But then when we build new theories on top of those we sort of built in the assumptions or the missing pieces into the structure of the theory. And at some point like now, you get to the point where some of our theories, I think are founded on things that we actually don't know about like, what is what really is quantum mechanics? What does the state of a system when we're not observing it? That's quantum mechanics. Is in a nutshell is the physics of what the world is doing when we're not observing, and we still don't know. And so any theory based on that is bound to be shaky skies individuals if we don't create synchronicity what does. Is it something that's just in the ether somewhere floating in the universe? Well, that's an interesting question. I don't think of there being anything else the way, I the work that I'm doing is essentially looking at information as a really important aspect of the cosmos, like information comes prior to physical existence. John John Wheeler again said it from bit as the idea that it the thing comes from the bit the information. And so I try and understand this thing that we call information space as being more fundamental, or at least compatible with physical space, so you and I are used to living in real space and time, and that's what we call normal. But there's this parallel representation in this information space, and when we look at the flow of information, they're my work is trying to show that you can actually get meaning the idea of meaning is is not just something that comes from your psychology. But it's it's something that actually arises out of a cause and effect of meaning in the cosmos. And that's something that Carl young really emphasize was this causing effective meaning. Though. I don't believe in coincidence. I've got to ask you questions based on some of that. Do you see a distinct difference between synchronicity and coincidence? No, no. I see synchronicity as. People say that all the time. I don't believe in coincidence. I say well. Meaningful. Coincidence is just meaningful coincidence and how meaningful it is. Depends on the situation. Let me let me use that your example of of that song. You're listening to a song on the radio. And then you hear it in the store. See I contend. That's not luck. It's not a coincidence. It's it's done because we picked up on it. I think the person who listened to that song in their car picked up on the fact that it was also playing in the store. I don't ask me how they picked it up. But that they had that kind of feeling and they carry that with them. Well, here's the way that I would look at that situation in in the view of my model. When that person walk into the store, and they had been listening to the song. The what's going on inside the store from the point of view of of the quantum mechanics? Formalism? At least the way that I interpreted what's going on inside that store is unknown. It's undetermined because we're not observing it and quantum mechanics is all about the science of of of observation or not observing something it's an undetermined Branston branching state of possibilities. And so that store whatever songs on that on the radio is undetermined. It could be any number of different songs. It could be broken that day and not playing at all. And here's the key point. When that person walks in the store, and they hear the song that particular history in which she hears that song falls into place. So we have to start thinking about the world around us being undetermined. And when we walk into the room, the entire history of things falls into place to bring it to that point. So we have a particular experience of it. And so then that song is playing be influenced by the fact that it it's the one that of all the possibilities of songs that could be playing. It's the one that aligns most meaningfully with her experience. And all the other people in the room are part of that morpheus branching possibilities. So everything in that room. Not just the song, but everything falls into place retroactively. And that's the process I called retroactive event determination where the past history of things is undetermined, and it's able to fall into place many different ways in order to bring us a particular experience sky, Nelson ISAACs with us skies websites sky, Nelson dot com linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. His book is called living in flow. Where do you get the book, by the way? You can get it in your local bookstore. You can get it at online bookstores all the major places it's distributed through penguin Random House. We're gonna come back in a moment. Talk more about living in flow, and how his physics tie into this. He's got some examples as well next. Our next hour. We'll take your phone calls with him. How did that living in flow book dot com, as well, it how important is the physics background to this theory, Libyan, and I think it's essential. I mean, I I consider myself, first and foremost, physicists prior to being an author, and my interest personally is in understanding the phenomena, and like you like you read in my bio, I started out early being a student of spiritual teacher that my parents were following. And I learned a lot about the different traditions of spirituality and religions in the world, hold on sky. We're gonna have we're at the break, but we'll come back and talk more sky Nelson ISAACs with us on coast to coast AM, get daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast zone newsletter..

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"john wheeler" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:06 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Breakthrough in physics over the centuries has really been tied to the light for the most part. We still don't really understand. What light is we have a lot of good descriptions of it. But my focus is on again trying to understand what is what is the theory of quantum mechanics? Tell us what is understanding light. What can we learn from that? We don't know already. We still can't figure out the big bang. Well, that's for sure. I mean, we we have an idea about the big bang. And there was I believe it was John Wheeler who named it that. Although I could be wrong. He had a knack for naming. Thanks, and you know, it's I amendment when coil but. Nevertheless, it's it's an idea that springs out of some basic things that we've learned like the expansion of the universe due to the Redshift of galaxies around us. And I think one of the one of the things that gets in the way of scientific progress is that each step were making conclusions based upon the data we have, and we we usually our conclusions are pretty good and they fill in the gaps in the data pretty well. And they work for a while. But then when we build new theories on top of those we sort of built in the assumptions or the missing pieces into the structure of the theory, and at some point like now, you get to the point where some of our series. I think are founded on things that we actually don't know about like, what is what really is quantum mechanics. What does the state of a system when we're not observing it? That's what quantum mechanics is in a nutshell is the physics of what the world is doing when we're not observing, and we still don't know. And so any theory based on that is bound to be shaky sky is individuals. If we don't create synchronicity what does. Is it something that's just in the ether somewhere floating in the universe? Well, that's an interesting question. I don't think of there being anything else the way, I the the work that I'm doing is essentially looking at information as a really important aspect of the cosmos, like information comes prior to physical existence. John Wheeler again said it from bit as the idea that it the thing comes from the bit the information. And so I try and understand this thing that we call information space as being more fundamental, or at least compatible with physical space, so you and I are used to living in real space and time, and that's what we call more moral. But there's this parallel representation in this information space, and when we look at the flow of information, they're my work is trying to show that you can actually get meaning the idea of meaning is is not just something that comes from your psychology. But it's something that actually arises out of a cause and effect of meaning in the cosmos, and that's something that Carl young really emphasize was this causing effective meaning though, I don't believe in coincidence. I've got to ask you questions based on some of that do you see a distinct difference between synchronicity and coincidence. No, no. I I see synchronicity as people say that all the time. I don't believe in coincidence. And I say well. The meaningful. Coincidence is just meaningful coincidence and how meaningful it is. Depends on the situation. Then let me let me use that your example of of that song. You're listening to a song on the radio. And then you hear it in the store. See I contend. That's not luck. It's not a coincidence. It's it's done because we picked up on it. I think the person who listened to that song in their car picked up on the fact that it was also playing in the store. Don't ask me how they picked it up. But that they had that kind of feeling and they carry that with them. Well, here's the way that I would look at that situation and in view of my model. When that person walk into the store, and they had been listening to the song. The what's going on inside the store from the point of view of of the quantum mechanics? Formalism? At least the way that I interpreted what's going on inside that store is unknown. It's undetermined because we're not observing it and quantum mechanics is all about the science of observation or not observing something it's an undetermined Branston branching state of possibilities. And so that store whatever songs on that on the radio is undetermined could be any number of different songs. It could be broken that day and not playing at all. And here's the key point. When that person walks in the store, and they hear the song that particular history in which she hears that song falls into place. So we have to start thinking about the world around us being undetermined. And when we walk into the room, the entire history of things falls into place to bring it to that point. So we have a particular experience of it. So then that song is playing be influenced by the fact that it it's the one that of all the possibilities of songs that could be playing. It's the one that aligns most meaningfully with her experience. And all the other people in the room are part of that amorphous branching possibilities. So everything in that room and not just the song, but everything falls into place retroactively. And that's the process I called retroactive event determination where the past history of things is undetermined, and it's able to fall into place, many different ways in order to bring us particular experience sky, Nelson ISAACs with us skies websites sky, Nelson dot com linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. His book is called living in flow. Where do you get the book, by the way? You can get it in your local bookstore. You can get it at online bookstores all the major places it's distributed through penguin Random House. We're gonna come back in a moment. Talk more about living in flow, and how his physics tie into this. He's got some examples as well next. Our next hour. We'll take your phone calls with him. How did that living in flow book dot com, as well as how important is the physics background to this theory? I think it's essential. I mean, I I consider myself, first and foremost, physicists prior to being an author, and my interest personally is in understanding these phenomena, and like you like you read in my bio, I started out early being a student of spiritual teacher that my parents were following. And I learned a lot about different traditions, and spirituality and religion in the world. Hold on Skype. We're gonna we're at the break, but we'll come back and talk more sky Nelson is with us on coast to coast AM get daily show updates right to your inbox.

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"john wheeler" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And you learn about space and time and how to measure, you know, with the stop watching a ruler and stuff, and then you go into much more complicated, things, more complicated and more complicated. And in the end you come back to the same question. What is facing time? What is light? Late is something that every major breakthrough in physics over the centuries has really been tied to the light for the most part. We still don't really understand. What light is we have a lot of good descriptions of it. But my focus is on again trying to understand what is what is the theory of quantum mechanics? Tell us what is understanding light. What can we learn from light that we don't know already? We still can't figure out the big bang. Well, that's for sure. I mean, we we have an idea about the big bang. And there was I believe it was John Wheeler who named it that. Although I could be wrong. He had a knack for naming. Thanks, and you know, it's I amendment coil. But. Nevertheless, it's it's an idea that springs out of some basic things that we've learned like the expansion of the universe due to the Redshift of the galaxies around us. And I think one of the one of the things that gets in the way of scientific progress is that each step were making conclusions based upon. The data we have, and we we usually our conclusions are pretty good and they fill in the gaps in the data pretty well. And they work for a while. But then when we build new theories on top of those we sort of built in the assumptions or the missing pieces into the structure of the theory. And at some point like now, you get to the point where some of our theories, I think are founded on things that we actually don't know about like, what is what really is quantum mechanics? What does the state of a system when we're not observing it? That's what quantum mechanics is in a nutshell is the physics of what the world is doing when we're not observant, and we still don't know. And so any theory based on that is bound to be shaky sky is individuals. If we don't create synchronicity what does. Is it something that's just in the ether somewhere floating in the universe? Well, that's an interesting question. I don't think of there being anything else the way, I the work that I'm doing is essentially looking at information as a really important aspect of the cosmos, like information comes prior to physical existence. John John Wheeler again said it from bid as the idea that it. The thing comes from the bit the information. And so I try and understand this thing that we call information space as being more fundamental, or at least compatible with physical space, so you and I are used to living in real space and time, and that's what we call moral. But there's this parallel representation and this information space, and when we look at the flow of information, they're my work is trying to show that you can actually get meaning the idea of meaning is is not just something that comes from your psychology. But it's it's something that actually arises out of a cause and effect of meaning in the cosmos, and that's something that Carl young really emphasize with this causing affective meaning. I don't believe in coincidence. I've got to ask you questions based on some of that do you see a distinct difference between synchronicity and coincidence. No, no, I see synchronicity as people say that all the time. I don't believe in coincidence. And I say well. Demeaning full coincidence is just meaningful coincidence, and how meaningful it is. Depends on the situation. Let me use that your example of of that song. You're listening to a song on the radio. And then you hear it in the store. See I contend. That's not luck. It's not a coincidence. It's it's done because we picked up on it. I think the person who listened to that song in their car picked up on the fact that it was also playing in the store. I don't ask me how they picked it up. But that they had that kind of feeling and they carry that with them. Well, here's the way that I would look at that situation in view of my model. When that person walk into the store, and they had been listening to the song. The what's going on inside the store from the point of view of the quantum mechanics? Formalism? At least the way that I interpreted what's going on inside that store is unknown. It's undetermined because we're not observing it and quantum mechanics is all about the science of of observation or not observing something it's an undetermined branch and branching state of possibilities. And so that store whatever songs on that on the radio is undetermined. It could be any number of different songs. It could be broken that day and not playing at all. And here's the key point. When that person walks in the store, and they hear the song that particular history in which she hears that song falls into place. So we have to start thinking about the world around us being undetermined. And when we walk into the room, the entire history of things falls into place to bring it to that point. So we have a particular experience of it. So then that song is playing be influenced by the fact that it it's the one that of all the possibilities of songs that could be playing. It's the one that aligns most meaningfully with her experience. And all the other people in the room are part of that amorphous branching possibilities. So everything in that room. Not just the song, but everything falls into place retroactively. And that's the process I called retroactive event determination where the past history of things is undetermined, and it's able to fall into place many different ways in order to bring us a particular experience sky, Nelson ISAACs with us skies, website sky, Nelson dot com linked up at coast to coast, AM dot com. His book is called living in flow. Where do you get the book, by the way? You can get it in your local bookstore. You can get it online. Bookstores all the major places it's distributed to penguin Random House. We're gonna come back in a moment. Talk more about living in flow, and how his physics tie into this. He's got some examples as well next. Our next hour. We'll take your phone calls with him. How did that living in flow book dot com as well? As how important is the physics background to this theory, Libyan essential? I mean, I consider myself, first and foremost, a physicists prior to being an author, and my interest personally is in understanding the phenomena, and like you like read in my bio, I started out early being a student of spiritual teacher that my parents were following. And I learned a lot about different traditions of spirituality and religions in the world. Hold on sky. We're gonna we're at the break, but we'll come back and talk more sky Nelson ISAACs with us on coast-to-coast Dale.

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"john wheeler" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

07:07 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Breakthrough in physics over the centuries has really been tied to the light for the most part. We still don't really understand. What light is we have a lot of good descriptions of it. But my focus is on again trying to understand what is what is the theory of quantum mechanics? Tell us what is understanding light. What can we learn from light that we don't know already? We still can't figure out the big bang. Well, that's for sure. I mean, we we have an idea about the big bang. And there was I believe it was John Wheeler who named it that. Although I could be wrong. He had a knack for naming. Thanks. And you know, it's I am. Coil. But nevertheless, it's it's an idea that springs out of some basic things that we've learned like the expansion of the university to the Redshift of the galaxies around us. And I think one of the one of the things that gets in the way of scientific progress is each step were making conclusions based upon. The data we have, and we we usually our conclusions are pretty good and they fill in the gaps in the data pretty well. And they work for a while. But then when we build new theories on top of those we sort of built in the assumptions or the missing pieces into the structure of the theory, and at some point like now, you get to the point where some of our series. I think are founded on things that we actually don't know about like, what is what really is quantum mechanics. What does the state of a system when we're not observing it? That's quantum mechanics. Is in a nutshell is the physics of what the world is doing when we're not observing, and we still don't know. And so any theory based on that is bound to be shaky sky is individuals. If we don't create synchronicity what does. Is it something that's just in the ether somewhere floating in the universe? Well, that's an interesting question. I don't think of there being anything else the way, I the the work that I'm doing is essentially looking at information as a really important aspect of the cosmos, like information comes prior to physical existence. John John Wheeler again said it from bid as the idea that it. The thing comes from the bit the information. And so I try and understand this thing that we call information space as being more fundamental, or at least compatible with physical space, so you and I are used to living in real space and time, and that's what we call normal. But there's this parallel representation in this information space, and when we look at the flow of information, they're my work is trying to show that you can actually get meaning the idea of meaning is is not just something that comes from your psychology. But it's something that actually arises out of a cause and effect of meaning in the cosmos, and that's something that Carl young really emphasize with this causing effective meaning. Though. I don't believe in coincidence. I've got to ask you questions based on some of that do you see a distinct difference between synchronicity and coincidence. No, no. I see synchronicity as people say that all the time. I don't believe in coincidence. I say well. The meaningful. Coincidence is just meaningful coincidence and how meaningful it is. Depends on the situation. Well, let me let me use that your example of of that song. You're listening to a song on the radio. And then you hear it in the store. See I contend. That's not luck. It's not a coincidence. It's it's done because we picked up on it. I think the person who listened to that song in their car picked up on the fact that it was also playing in the store Cy don't ask me how they picked it up. But that they had that kind of feeling and they carry that with them. Well, here's the way that I would look at that situation in view of my model. When that person walk into the store, and they had been listening to the song. The what's going on inside the store from the point of view of of the quantum mechanics? Formalism? At least the way that I interpreted what's going on inside that story is unknown. It's undetermined because we're not observing it and quantum mechanics is all about the science of of observation or not observing something it's an undetermined branch branching state of possibilities. And so that store whatever songs on that on the radio is undetermined could be any number of different songs. It could be broken that day and not playing at all. And here's the key point. When that person walks in the store, and they hear the song that particular history in which she hears that song falls into place. So we have to start thinking about the world around us being undetermined. And when we walk into the room, the entire history of things falls into place to bring it to that point. So we have a particular experience of it. And so then that song is playing be influenced by the fact that it it's the one that of all the possibilities of songs that could be playing. It's the one that aligns most meaningfully with her experience. And all the other people in the room are part of that amorphous branching possibilities. So everything in that room. Not just the song, but everything falls into place retroactively. And that's the process I called retroactive event determination where the past history of things is undetermined, and it's able to fall into place many different ways in order to bring us a particular experience sky, Nelson ISAACs with us skies websites sky, Nelson dot com linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. His book is called living inflow where do you get the book, by the way? You can get it in your local bookstore. You can get it at online bookstores all the major places it's distributed through penguin Random House. We're gonna come back in a moment. Talk more about living in flow, and how his physics tie into this. He's got some examples as well next. Our next hour. We'll take your phone calls with him. How did that living inflow book dot com is worse. It how important is the physics background to this theory, Libyan, and I think it's essential. I mean, I I consider myself, first and foremost, physicists prior to being an author, and my interest personally is in understanding the phenomena, and like you like you read in my bio, I started out early being a student of a spiritual teacher that my parents were following. And I learned a lot about the different traditions of spirituality and religions in the world, hold on sky. We're gonna we're at the break, but we'll come back and talk more sky Nelson ISAACs with us on coast to coast AM, get daily show updates right to your inbox.

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"john wheeler" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:19 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And you learn about space and time and how to measure, you know, with the stop watching a ruler and stuff, and then you go into much more complicated, things, more complicated and more complicated. And in the end you come back to the same question. What is facing time? What is light? Light is something that every major breakthrough in physics over the centuries has really been tied to the light. You know, for the most part, we still don't really understand. What light is we have a lot of good description of it. But my focus is on again trying to understand what is what is the theory of quantum mechanics? Tell us what is understanding light. What can we learn from light that we don't know already? We still can't figure out the big bang. Well, that's for sure. I mean, we we have an idea about the big bang. And there was I believe it was John Wheeler who named it that. Although I could be wrong. He had a knack for naming. Thanks, and you know, it's I amendment coil. But. Nevertheless, it's it's an idea that springs out of some basic things that we've learned like the expansion of the universe due to the Redshift of the galaxies around us. And I think one of the one of the things that gets in the way of scientific progress is that each step were making conclusions based upon. The data we have, and we we usually our conclusions are pretty good and they fill in the gaps in the data pretty well. And they work for a while. But then when we build new theories on top of those we sort of built in the assumptions or the missing pieces into the structure of the theory, and at some point like now, you get to the point where some of our series. I think are founded on things that we actually don't know about like, what is what really is quantum mechanics. What is the state of a system when we're not observing it? That's a quantum mechanics is in a nutshell is the physics of what the world is doing when we're not observing, and we still don't know. And so any theory based on that is bound to be shaky sky is individuals. If we don't create synchronicity what does. Is it something that's just in the ether somewhere floating in the universe? Well, that's an interesting question. I don't think of there being anything else the way I did the work that I'm doing is essentially looking at information as a really important aspect of the cosmos, like information comes prior to physical existence dot, John Wheeler, again said it from bid as the idea that it the thing comes from the bit the information. And so I try and understand this thing that we call information space as being more fundamental, or at least compatible with physical space, so you and I are used to living in real space and time, and that's what we call moral. But there's this parallel representation in this information space, and when we look at the flow of information, they're my work is trying to show that you can actually get meaning the idea of meaning is is not just something that comes from your psychology. But it's something that actually arises out of a cause and effect of meaning in the cosmos, and that's something that Carl young really emphasize with this causing effective meaning. Though. I don't believe in coincidence. I've gotta ask you questions based on some of that do you see a distinct difference between synchronicity and coincidence. No. No, I I see synchronicity as people say that all the time. I don't believe in coincidence. And I say well. To meaningful. Coincidence is just meaningful coincidence and how meaningful it is. Depends on the situation. Well, let me let me use that your example of of that song. You're listening to a song on the radio. And then you hear it in the store. See I contend. That's not luck. It's not a coincidence. It's it's done because we picked up on it. I think the person who listened to that song in their car picked up on the fact that it was also playing in the stores. Don't ask me how they picked it up. But that they had that kind of feeling and they carry that with them. Well, here's the way that I would look at that situation and in view of my model. When that person walk into the store, and they had been listening to this song. The what's going on inside the store from the point of view of quantum mechanics? Formalism at still the way that I interpreted what's going on inside that story is unknown. It's undetermined because we're not observing and quantum mechanics is all about the science of of of observation or not observing something it's an undetermined branch and branching state of possibilities. And so that's store. Whatever songs on that on the radio is undetermined. It could be any number of different songs. It could be broken that day and not playing at all. And here's the key point. When that person walks in the store, and they hear the song that particular history in which she hears that song falls into place. So we have to start thinking about the world around us being undetermined. And when we walk into the room, the entire history of things falls into place to bring it to that point. So we have a particular experience of it. And so then that song is playing be influenced by the fact that it it's the one that of all the possibilities of songs that could be playing. It's the one that aligns most meaningfully with her experience. And all the other people in the room are part of that amorphous branching possibilities. So everything in that room. Not just the song, but everything falls into place retroactively. And that's the process I called retroactive event determination where the past history of things is undetermined, and it's able to fall into place many different ways in order to bring us a particular experience sky, Nelson ISAACs with us skies websites sky, Nelson dot com linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. His book is called leaving inflow. Where do you get the book, by the way? You can get in your local bookstore. You can get it at online bookstores all the major places it's distributed through penguin Random House. We're gonna come back in a moment and talk more about living in flow, and how his physics tie into this. He's got some examples as well next. Our next hour. We'll take your phone calls with him. How did it living in flow book dot com as well? As how important is the physics background to this theory, Libyan, and I think it's essential. I mean, I I consider myself, first and foremost, physicists prior to being an author, and my interest personally is in understanding the phenomena, and like you like you read in my bio, I started out early being a student of a spiritual teacher that my parents were following. And I learned a lot about different traditions of spirituality and religions in the world. Hold on Skype. We're gonna we're at the break, but we'll come back and talk more sky Nelson. Isaacs with us on coast to coast AM,.

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"john wheeler" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:02 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Breakthrough in physics over the centuries has really been tied to the light for the most part? We still don't really understand. What light is we have a lot of good descriptions of it. But my focus is on again trying to understand what is what is the theory of quantum mechanics? Tell us what is understanding light. What can we learn from light that we don't know already? We still can't figure out the big bang. Well, that's for sure. I mean, we have an idea about the big bang. And there was I believe it was John Wheeler who named it that. Although I could be wrong. He had a knack for naming. Thanks, and you know, it's I amendment coil. But nevertheless, it's it's an idea that springs out of some basic things that we've learned like the expansion of the university to the Redshift of the galaxies around us. And I think one of the one of the things that gets in the way of scientific progress is that each step were making conclusions based upon. The data we have, and we we usually our conclusions are pretty good and they fill in the gaps in the data pretty well. And they work for a while. But then when we build new theories on top of those we sort of built in the assumptions or the missing pieces into the structure of the theory, and at some point like now, you get to the point where some of our series. I think are founded on things that we actually don't know about like, what is what really is quantum mechanics. What is the state of a system when we're not observing it? That's a quantum mechanics is in a nutshell is the physics of what the world is doing when we're not observant, and we still don't know. And so any theory based on that is bound to be shaky sky is individuals. If we don't create synchronicity what does. Is it something that's just in the ether somewhere loading in the universe? Well, that's an interesting question. I don't think of there being anything else the way I did the work that I'm doing is essentially looking at information as a really important aspect of the cosmos, like information comes prior to physical existent dot John Wheeler, again said it from bit as the idea that it the thing comes from the bit the information. And so I try and understand this thing that we call information space as being more fundamental, or at least compatible with physical space that you and I are used to living in real space and time, and that's what we call more moral. But there's this Heraldo representation in this information space, and when we look at the flow of information, they're my work is trying to show that you can actually get meaning the idea of meaning is is not just something that comes from your psychology. But it's it's something that actually arises out of a cause and effect of meaning in the cosmos, and that's something that Carl young really emphasize with this caused an effective meaning. Though. I don't believe in coincidence. I've got to ask you questions based on some of that do you see a distinct difference between synchronicity and coincidence. No. No, I I see synchronicity as people say that all the time. I don't believe in coincidence. I say well. Demeaning full coincidence is just meaningful coincidence, and how meaningful it is. Depends on the situation. Well, let me let me use that your example of of that song. You're listening to a song on the radio. And then you hear it in the store. See I contend. That's not luck. It's not a coincidence. It's it's done because we picked up on it. I think the person who listened to that song in their car picked up on the fact that it was also playing in the store. Don't ask me how they picked it up. But that they had that kind of feeling and they carry that with them. Well, here's the way that I would look at that situation. And in the view of my model. When that person walk into the store, and they had been listening to this song. The what's going on inside the store from the point of view of of the quantum mechanics? Formalism at still the way that I interpreted what's going on inside that story is unknown. It's undetermined because we're not observing it and quantum mechanics is all about the science of of of observation for not observing something, it's an undetermined branch and branching state of possibilities. And so that store whatever songs on that on the radio is undetermined. It could be any number of different songs. It could be broken that day and not playing at all. And here's the key point. When that person walks in the store, and they hear the song that particular history in which she hears that song falls into place. So we have to start thinking about the world around us being undetermined. And when we walk into the room, the entire history of things falls into place to bring it to that point. So we have a particular experience of it. And so then that song is playing be influenced by the fact that it it's the one that of all the possibilities of songs that could be playing. It's the one that aligns most meaningfully with her experience. And all the other people in the room are part of that morpheus branching possibilities. So everything in that room. Not just the song, but everything falls into place retroactively. And that's the process I called retroactive event determination where the past history of things is undetermined, and it's able to fall into place many different ways in order to bring us a particular experience sky, Nelson ISAACs with us skies websites sky, Nelson dot com linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. His book is called leaving inflow. Where do you get the book, by the way? You can get it in your local bookstore. You can get online bookstores all the major places it's distributed to penguin Random House. We're gonna come back in a moment and talk more about living in flow, and how his physics tie into this. He's got some examples as well next. Our next hour. We'll take your phone calls with him. How did it living in flow book dot com as well? As how important is the physics background to this theory would be I think it's essential. I mean, I I consider myself, first and foremost, physicists prior to being an author, and my interest personally is in understanding the phenomena, and like you like you read in my bio, I started out early being a student of a spiritual teacher that my parents were following. And I learned a lot about the different traditions, and spirituality and religions in the world. Hold on sky. We're gonna we're at the break, but we'll come back and talk more sky Nelson ISAACs with us on.

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"john wheeler" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:47 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on WTVN

"We still can't figure out the big bang. Well, that's for sure. I mean, we we have an idea about the big bang. And there was I believe it was John Wheeler who named it that. Although I could be wrong. He had a knack for naming. Thanks, and you know, it's I amendment coil. But nevertheless, it's it's an idea that springs out of some basic things that we've learned like the expansion of the university to the Redshift of the galaxies around us. And I think one of the one of the things that gets in the way of scientific progress is step were making conclusions based upon. The data we have, and we we usually our conclusions are pretty good and they fill in the gaps in the data pretty well. And they work for a while. But then when we build new theories on top of those we sort of built in the assumptions or the missing pieces into the structure of the theory. And at some point like now, you get to the point where some of our theories, I think are founded on things that we actually don't know about like, what is what really is quantum mechanics? What is the state of a system when we're not observing it? That's what quantum mechanics is not shell is the physics of what the world is doing when we're not observant, and we still don't know. And so any theory based on that is bound to be shaky skies individuals if we don't create synchronicity what does. Is it something that's just in the ether somewhere floating in the universe? Well, that's an interesting question. I don't think of there being anything else the way, I the the work that I'm doing is essentially looking at information as a really important aspect of the cosmos, like information comes prior to physical existence dot, John Wheeler, again said it from bit as the idea that it the thing comes from the bit the information. And so I try and understand this thing that we call information space as being more fundamental, or at least compatible with physical space, so you and I are used to living in real space and time, and that's what we call moral. But there's this parallel representation in this information space, and when we look at the flow of information, they're my work is trying to show that you can actually get meaning the idea of meaning is is not just something that comes from your psychology. But it's something that actually arises out of a cause and effect of meaning in the cosmos. And that's something that Carl young really emphasize with this an active meaning. Though. I don't believe in coincidence. I've gotta ask you questions based on some of that. Do you see a distinct difference between synchronicity and coincidence? No, no. I I see synchronicity as people say that all the time. I don't believe in coincidence. And I say well it meaningful. Coincidence is just meaningful coincidence and how meaningful it is. Depends on the situation. Well, let me let me use that your example of of that song. You're listening to a song of the radio. And then you hear it in the store. See I contend. That's not luck. It's not a coincidence. It's it's done because we picked up on it. I think the person who listened to that song in their car picked up on the fact that it was also playing in the store Cy don't ask me how they picked it up. But that they had that kind of feeling and they carry that with them. Well, here's the way that I would look at that situation. And in the view of my model. When that person walk into the store, and they had been listening to the song. The what's going on inside the store from the point of view of of the quantum mechanics? Formalism? At least the way that I interpreted what's going on inside that story is unknown. It's undetermined because we're not observing it and quantum mechanics is all about the science of observe -ation over not observing something, it's an undetermined branch and branching state of possibilities. And so that store whatever songs on that on the radio is undetermined. It could be any number of different songs. It could be broken that day and not playing at all. And here's the key point. When that person walks in the store, and they hear the song that particular history in which she hears that song falls into place. So we have to start thinking about the world around us being undetermined. And when we walk into the room, the entire history of things falls into place to bring it to that point. So we have a particular experience of it. And so then that song is playing be influenced by the fact that it it's the one that of all the possibilities of songs that could be playing. It's the one that aligns most meaningfully with her experience. And all the other people in the room are part of that morpheus branching possibilities. So everything in that room. Not just the song, but everything falls into place retroactively. And that's the process, I call retroactive event determination where the past history of things is undetermined, and it's able to fall into place many different ways in order to bring us a particular experience sky, Nelson ISAACs with us skies, website sky, Nelson dot com linked up at coast to coast, AM dot com. His book is called living in flow. Where do you get the book, by the way? You can get it in your local bookstore. You can get it online. Bookstores all the major places it's distributed through penguin Random House. We're gonna come back in a moment and talk more about living and flow and how his physics tie into this. He's got some examples as well next. Our next hour. We'll take your phone calls with him. How did that living in flow, book dot com? How important is the physics background to this theory, Libyan essential? I mean, I I consider myself, first and foremost, physicists prior to being an author, and my interest personally is in understanding the phenomena, and like you read in my bio, I started out early being a student of a spiritual teacher that my parents were following. And I learned a lot about different traditions of spirituality and religion in the world. Hold on sky. We're gonna we're at the break, but we'll come back and talk more sky Nelson Isaac with us on coast to coast AM, get daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast zone newsletter. Sign.

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"john wheeler" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:56 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Breakthrough in physics over the centuries has really been tied to the light for the most part. We still don't really understand. What light is we have a lot of the descriptions of it. But my focus is on again trying to understand what is what is the theory of quantum mechanics? Tell us what is understanding light. What can we learn from light that we don't know already? We still can't figure out the big bang. Well, that's for sure. I mean, we we have an idea about the big bang. And there was I believe it was John Wheeler who named it that. Although I could be wrong. He had a knack for naming. Thanks, and you know, it's. Amendment coil. But nevertheless, it's it's an idea that springs out of some basic things that we've learned like the expansion of the universe to the Redshift of the galaxies around us. And I think one of the one of the things that gets in the way of scientific progress is that a step were making conclusions based upon the data we have, and we we usually our conclusions are pretty good and they fill in the gaps in the data pretty well. And they work for a while. But then when we build new theories on top of those we sort of built in the assumptions or the missing pieces into the structure of the theory. And at some point like now, you get to the point where some of our theories, I think are founded on things that we actually don't know about like, what is what really is quantum mechanics? What does the state of a system when we're not observing it? That's what quantum mechanics is in a nutshell is the physics of what the world is doing when we're not observing, and we still don't know. And so any theory based on that is bound to be shaky sky is individuals. If we don't create synchronicity what does. Is it something that's just in the ether somewhere floating in the universe? Well, that's an interesting question. I don't think of there being anything else the way, I the the work that I'm doing is essentially looking at information as a really important aspect of the cosmos, like information comes prior to physical existence. Dot John Wheeler, again said it from bit as the idea that it the thing comes from the bit the information. And so I try and understand this thing that we call information space as being more fundamental, or at least compatible with physical space, so you and I are used to living in real space and time, and that's what we call normal. But there's this parallel representation in this information space, and when we look at the flow of information, they're my work is trying to show that you can actually get meaning the idea of meaning is is not just something that comes from your psychology. But it's something that actually arises out of a cause and effect of meaning in the cosmos. And that's something that Carl young really emphasize was this caused an effective meaning though, I don't believe in coincidence. I've got to ask you questions based on some of that do you? See a distinct difference between synchronicity in coincidence. No. No, I see synchronicity as people say that all the time. I don't believe in coincidence. And I say well. To meaningful. Coincidence is just meaningful coincidence and how meaningful it is. Depends on the situation. Well, let me let me use that your example of of that song. You're listening to a song on the radio. And then you hear it in the store. I see I contend. That's not luck. It's not a coincidence. It's it's done because we picked up on it. I think the person who listened to that song in their car picked up on the fact that it was also playing in the store. Don't ask me how they picked it up. But that they had that kind of feeling and they carry that with them. Well, here's the way that I would look at that situation in in the view of my model. When that person walk into the store, and they had been listening to this song. The what's going on inside the store in the point of view of of the quantum mechanics? Formalism? At least the way that I interpreted what's going on inside that story is unknown. It's undetermined because we're not observing and quantum mechanics is all about the science of of of observation. We're not observing something it's an undetermined branch and branching state of possibilities. And so that store whatever songs on that on the radio is undetermined could be any number of different songs. It could be broken that day and not playing at all. And here's the key point. When that person walks in the store, and they hear the song that particular history in which she hears that song falls into place. So we have to start thinking about the world around us being undetermined. And when we walk into the room, the entire history of things falls into place to bring it to that point. So we have particular experience of it. And so then that song is playing be influenced by the fact that it it's the one that of all the possibilities of songs that could be playing. It's the one that aligns most meaningfully with her experience. And all the other people in the room are part of that, I'm morpheus branching possibilities. So everything in that room. Not just the song, but everything falls into place retroactively. And that's the process, I call retroactive event determination where the past history of things is undetermined, and it's able to fall into place many different ways in order to bring us a particular experience sky, Nelson ISAACs with us skies, website sky, Nelson.

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"john wheeler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We still can't figure out the big bang. Well, that's for sure. I mean, we we have an idea about the big bang. And there was I believe it was John Wheeler who named that. Although I could be wrong. He had a knack for naming. Thanks, and you know, it's I amendment coil. But nevertheless, it's it's an idea that springs out of some basic things that we've learned like the expansion of the universe due to the Redshift of the galaxies around us. And I think one of the one of the things that gets in the way of scientific progress is that each step were making conclusions based upon. The data we have, and we we usually our conclusions are pretty good and they fill in the gaps in the data pretty well. And they work for a while. But then when we build new theories on top of those we sort of built in the assumptions or the missing pieces into the structure of the theory. And at some point like now, you get to the point where some of our theories, I think are founded on things that we actually don't know about like, what is what really is quantum mechanics? What is the state of a system when we're not observing it? That's quantum mechanics. Is in a nutshell is the physics of what the world is doing when we're not observing, and we still don't know. And so any theory based on that is bound to be shaky sky individuals if we don't create synchronicity what does. Is it something that's just in the ether somewhere floating in the universe? Well, that's an interesting question. I don't think of there being anything else the way I did the work that I'm doing is essentially looking at information as a really important aspect of the cosmos, like information comes prior to physical existence. John Wheeler again said it from bit as the idea that it the thing comes from the bit the information. And so I try and understand this thing that we call information space as being more fundamental, or at least compatible with physical space, so you and I are used to living in real space and time, and that's what we call more model. But there's this parallel representation in this information space, and when we look at the flow of information, they're my work is trying to show that you can actually get meaning the idea of meaning is is not just something that comes from your psychology. But it's something that actually arises out of a cause and effect of meaning in the cosmos, and that's something that Carl young really emphasize was this causing effective meaning. Though. I don't believe in coincidence. I've got ask you questions based on some of that do you see a distinct difference between synchronicity and coincidence. No. No, I I see synchronicity as people say that all the time. I don't believe in coincidence. And I say well. Meaningful. Coincidence is just meaningful coincidence and how meaningful it is. Depends on the situation. Let me let me use that your example of of that song. You're listening to a song on the radio. And then you hear it in the store. See I contend. That's not luck. It's not a coincidence. It's it's done because we picked up on it. I think the person who listened to that song in their car picked up on the fact that it was also playing in the stores. Don't ask me how they picked it up. But that they had that kind of feeling and they carry that with them. Well, here's the way that I would look at that situation in in view of my model. When that person walk into the store, and they had been listening to the song. The what's going on inside the store from the point of view of the quantum mechanics? Formalism at least the way that I interpret it what's going on inside that store is unknown. It's undetermined because we're not observing it and quantum mechanics is all about the science of of of observation for not observing something, it's an undetermined branch and branching state of possibilities. And so that store whatever songs on that on the radio is undetermined. It could be any number of different songs. It could be broken that day and not playing at all. And here's the key point. When that person walks in the store, and they hear the song that particular history in which she hears that song falls into place. So we have to start thinking about the world around us being undetermined. And when we walk into the room, the entire history of things falls into place to bring it to that point. So we have a particular experience of it. And so then that song is playing be influenced by the fact that it it's the one that of all the possibilities of songs that could be playing. It's the one that aligns most meaningfully with her experience. And all the other people in the room are part of that amorphous branching of possibilities. So everything in that room. Not just the song, but everything falls into place retroactively. And that's the process, I call retroactive event determination where the past history of things is undetermined and able to fall into place, many different ways in order to bring us a particular experience sky, Nelson ISAACs with us skies, website sky, Nelson.

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"john wheeler" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"john wheeler" Discussed on KTRH

"And you learn about space and time and how to measure, you know, with the stop watching a ruler and stuff, and then you go onto much more complicated, things, more complicated and more complicated. And then in the end you come back to the same question. What is facing time? What is light? Late is something that every major breakthrough in physics over the centuries has really been tied to the light know for the most part, we still don't really understand. What light is we have a lot of good descriptions of it. But my focus is on again trying to understand what is what is the theory of quantum mechanics? Tell us what is understanding light. What can we learn from light that we don't know already? We still can't figure out the big bang. Well, that's for sure. I mean, we we have an idea about the big bang. And there was I believe it was John Wheeler who named data could be wrong. He had a knack for naming. Thanks, and you know, it's I amendment when coil, but nevertheless, it's it's an idea that springs out of some basic things that we've learned like the expansion of the universe due to the Redshift of galaxies around us. And I think one of the one of the things that gets in the way of scientific progress is that each step were making conclusions based upon. The data we have, and we we usually our conclusions are pretty good and they fill in the gaps in the data pretty well. And they work for a while. But then when we build new theories on top of those we sort of built in the assumptions or the missing pieces into the structure of the theory, and at some point like now, you get to the point where some of our series. I think are founded on things that we actually don't know about like, what is what really is quantum mechanics. What is the state of a system when we're not observing it? That's what quantum mechanics is in a nutshell is the physics of what the world is doing when we're not observing, and we still don't know. And so any theory based on that is bound to be shaky sky is individuals. If we don't create synchronicity what does. Is it something that's just in the ether somewhere floating in the universe? Well, that's an interesting question. I don't think of there being anything else the way, I the the work that I'm doing is essentially looking at information as a really important aspect of the cosmos, like information comes prior to physical existent dot John Wheeler, again said it from bit as the idea that it the thing comes from the bit the information..

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