Finding the Elephant: Subspace, the Mega-phenomenon

Finding the Elephant: Subspace, the Mega-phenomenon

by David Reginald Burfoot

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780994485908
Publisher: David Burfoot
Publication date: 10/22/2016
Pages: 316
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.71(d)

About the Author

David Burfoot has a Masters Degree in Policy Studies, University of New South Wales, and has worked for organisations as diverse as the United Nations, Deloitte, Government anti-corruption agencies and not-for-profit community-based organisations. He is an award winning program and policy manager who has tackled the politics surrounding some of the most intractable social problems in Australia, Africa and Europe. ​

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The elephant in the room
Space, the Final Frontier
Six Blind Men and the Elephant
Triangulation
Group intelligence research
The invisible elephant
It's not their fault
Beware first principles
This 'is science' and this is 'not science'
Dissecting the elephant
Chapter 2: Physics-the legs
Non-material reality-the natural forces
Quantum mechanics
Nature of matter
Matter is an emergent property
Entanglement
Space-time
Finding the elephant in string theory and wormholes.
Light and the role of the observer
Role of the observer
Delayed-choice experiments
Anthropic principle
The universe-as a quantum state
Chapter 3: Biology, the body of the elephant
The greatest computer in the universe
Paradigm wars
Consciousness
Psi
Near-death experiences (NDEs)
Mind to mind, inter-dimensional communication
Chapter 4: Religion, the elephant's head
So what is religion doing at this science fair?
Meaning
From zero-sum to complementarity
Religion and subspace
Discovering the science behind religion
Possibility of a single consciousness
Chapter 5: Finding the elephant
The different parts
Triangulating the pieces
Ideas as emergent properties
Consciousness, the prime mover
A new paradigm
New models for our new paradigms
The role of the outsider

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