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Exploring Mysticism and Physics

I have been wondering about the properties of a ‘Bose-Einstein condensate’ in relation to a certain form of Idealism. It was a thought put into my head by Erwin Schrodinger, who speaks of the mystics as ‘particles in an ideal … Continue reading

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Reductionism and the Limits of Science

I first began to participate on internet forums and chat groups as part of a research project. I had worked out in logic that Buddhist doctrine was almost certainly true, but still knew very little about it. Perhaps there were … Continue reading

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More on Ulrich Mohrhoff

Further to an earlier post here is a bit more about Ulrich Mohrhoff. For anyone interested in how mysticism can be connected up with physics in a practical way, to the benefit of physics, and without any beating around the … Continue reading

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Towards a Theory of Everything

It seems inevitable to me that a decent theory of everything would be nothing much like the ‘theory of everything’ that physicists are currently trying to construct. If one day we succeed in unifying the four fundamental forces then for … Continue reading

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