Validating seth re quantum physics

21-Sep-2019 23:56

Morowitz writes in his article : “What has happened is that biologists, who once postulated a privileged role for the human mind in nature’s hierarchy, have been moving relentlessly toward the hard-core materialism that characterized nineteenth-century physics.At the same time, physicists, faced with compelling experimental evidence, have been moving away from strictly mechanical models of the universe to a view that sees the mind as playing an integral role in all physical events.(For a glimpse of the quantum research which has led physicists to draw conclusions such as the above, and to understand why materialism—with its belief that “either matter or energy, or both, are the things from which everything else comes” and “are self-existent and do not need to be created or shaped by mind”—can no longer be deemed scientifically plausible, please view of the famous double slit experiment).[Please view the below video for a synopsis of why modern physics has permanently buried materialism (in which atheism is rooted), but has revealed the existence of God.] As Johns Hopkins University physicist Richard Conn Henry discusses in his article , “The ultimate cause of atheism, [Isaac] Newton asserted, is ‘this notion of bodies having, as it were, a complete, absolute and independent reality in themselves.'” Material things cannot have “a complete, absolute independent reality in themselves” because, as modern physics has demonstrated, the material world cannot exist independent from consciousness (mind). [italics are his] A causally open physical description of the mind-brain obviously cannot completely account for the mind-brain as a whole.” “In short, already the orthodox version of quantum mechanics, unlike classical mechanics, is not about a physical world detached from experiences; detached from minds.” Princeton University quantum physicist Freeman Dyson echoes Stapp’s above comments: “Atoms are weird stuff, behaving like active agents rather than inert substances.“The content of consciousness is an ultimate reality.” and the great physicist Sir Arthur Eddington says…“The idea of a universal mind or Logos would be, I think, a fairly plausible inference from the present state of scientific theory.” [“Logos” is defined as “the word of God, or principle of divine reason and creative order.”] and the knighted mathematician, physicist and astronomer Sir James Jeans says (in his book , that the stream of knowledge is heading towards a non-mechanical reality; the universe begins to look more like a great thought than a great machine.God is what mind becomes when it passes beyond the scale of our comprehension.” Physicist George Stanciu and philosopher Robert Augros provide an excellent nutshell explanation of why the naturalist/materialist worldview is no longer scientifically or philosophically supportable in their book that further elucidates the above points: “In the New Story of science the whole universe–including matter, energy, space, and time–is a one-time event and had a definite beginning.

It approaches this boundary much more closely than biology.In this view, either matter or energy (or both) are the things from which everything else comes.They are self-existent and do not need to be created or shaped by mind….Everyone therefore needs to ask him or herself, “On which side of this debate do I fall?” Well…when Max Planck (the Nobel Prize winning physicist who founded quantum physics) says…

It approaches this boundary much more closely than biology.In this view, either matter or energy (or both) are the things from which everything else comes.They are self-existent and do not need to be created or shaped by mind….Everyone therefore needs to ask him or herself, “On which side of this debate do I fall?” Well…when Max Planck (the Nobel Prize winning physicist who founded quantum physics) says…Mind no longer appears as an accidental intruder into the realm of matter.