Monday, January 16, 2023

Researchers Believe the Mind Might Exist Physically—And Even Impact Real-World Outcomes

We bave already gotten there understanding that dark matter is naturally organized and naturally binary as well allowing processing to take place.  Every biological cell must have an effective super computer directing all chemical reactions.

These network and of course provide the architecture of MIND.  Understand that AI will always be a faint image of this MIND simply because of scalability.  Mind is carried on DARK MATTER which is likely neutral electron pairs while AI is carried on neutron scaled objects..

At least now, I am not alone in asserting all this.  It was never obvious.

Researchers Believe the Mind Might Exist Physically—And Even Impact Real-World Outcomes

NOVEMBER 20, 2022

For ages, philosophers have pondered how mind and matter relate to each other. Now modern physics is chiming in on the debate. Here’s a look at a few theories about where, or how, our thoughts might physically exist.

Noosphere, Related to the Internet?

In the first half of the 20th century, Teilhard de Chardin, a Jesuit priest and paleontologist, wrote of a conceptual “noosphere.” He predicted that, at some future stage of humanity’s development, a membrane containing our collective thoughts and experiences would envelop the world.

In “The Phenomenon of Man,” he wrote: “Is this not like some great body which is being born—with its limbs, its nervous system, its perceptive organs, its memory—the body in fact of that great living Thing which had to come to fulfill the ambitions aroused in the reflective being by the newly acquired consciousness?”

Many have made the connection between De Chardin’s noosphere and today’s world wide web. Could the Internet be considered a realm where our collective consciousness resides?
Thoughts Exist in Alternate Physical Spaces

Bernard Carr, a professor of mathematics and astronomy at Queen Mary University of London, says our consciousness interacts with other dimensions. Albert Einstein stated that there are at least four distinct dimensions, the fourth dimension being time—or spacetime, as Einstein believed space and time could not exist separately.

Carr reasons that our physical senses reveal only a 3-dimensional universe, yet there are at least four dimensions. What exists in the higher planes are entities we cannot connect with using our physical sensors, yet such entities must have some form of space where they exist.

“The only non-physical entities in the universe of which we have any experience are mental ones, and … the existence of paranormal phenomena suggests that mental entities have to exist in some sort of space,” Carr wrote.

Our Thoughts Transcend Time?

Dean Radin, Ph.D., has done studies that show our thoughts may have an effect on physical reality. But that might not pertain to the present or future, as we would expect. He believes it is possible that our future thoughts affect our past reality.

Radin is chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, a non-profit organization founded by Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell, dedicated to consciousness research. Radin is also adjunct faculty in the department of psychology at Sonoma State University and has held appointments at Princeton University and several Silicon Valley think tanks, among other institutions.

He has tested this ability of human intention affecting physical reality using a random number generator (RNG). He is not the only scientist to use an RNG to test mind-matter interactions, but he is singular in his focus on the ability of future intentions being able to affect the past.

Most RNG tests focus on an “arrow of time,” forward, cause-effect paradigm. A person has an intention and it is expected to affect some future result or generated number. Radin opened his experiment to the idea that a future intention might affect past results. He found “the observed results may be better modeled as a process running backward in time from a future ‘target,’ rather than as a more complex process running forward in time trying to hit that target,” according to his study published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration in 2006.

He added, “Some forms of apparent MMI [mind-matter interaction] may involve processes that are more consistent with retrocausal ‘pulls’ from the future than with causal ‘pushes’ from the present.”

A Vast Realm Between Particles

Stanford University Professor Emeritus William A. Tiller hypothesizes that our thoughts have a physical effect on a “new level of substance … which appears to function in the physical vacuum (the empty space between the fundamental electric particles that make up our normal electric atoms and molecules).”

He says he has been able to measure this hitherto-invisible substance, but only when it interacts with the substances we can conventionally measure. This interaction seems to occur when spurred by human intention, suggesting our thoughts physically exist in this realm.

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