|类别||Jung-Pauli series. Quantum metaphysics|
|品牌||Bruno Del Medico Editore|
The incredible discoveries of quantum physics are completely upsetting the assumptions of classical science. Today the technique allows amazing achievements. For example, the first quantum computers with almost unlimited computing capabilities are being realized. Some support the real possibility of time travel. In addition to these innovations known to the general public, there are others less known but no less important. They are the novelties deriving from quantum studies, among which we can mention the "superposition of states" and the "quantum collapse".
The "superposition of states" confirms that the same particle can be found simultaneously in two or more places. The theory of "quantum collapse" confirms that the behavior of matter can be decided simply by observation. These are not assumptions, but principles verified experimentally.
This book does not only deal with these innovations, but gives much space to more advanced theories. These are theories announced but not yet confirmed. Furthermore, the book also evaluates the most risky theories, provided they are scientifically based.
For example, the book talks about the multiverse, or theory of parallel universes, proposed by the physicist Hugh Everett. In the same way the book speaks of non-locality. It is a psychic space totally independent of the laws of classical physics. As a result of non-locality, elementary particles, located at astronomical distances, behave as if they were one.
This book also talks about the latest research by Roger Penrose, an unbelieving physicist, and Stuart Hameroff. According to these two scientists the soul exists and can be identified with quantum fluctuations. These fluctuations have the ability to survive the physical death of the body.
If really the "souls" are condensations of quantum fluctuations, we can formulate a question: will it ever be possible to devise instruments that allow dialogue with these fluctuations?
The book exposes the research of established scientists but without using any mathematical formula. The theories are exposed in a simple and understandable way to everyone. In this way everyone can discover the unsuspected aspects of the reality in which we live.
It is clear that quantum physics is decreeing the end of materialism and the beginning of a new cultural phase, based on the collaboration between spirit and matter.
Living in the shell of a walnut
What does Hamlet have with Stephen Hawking?
An author who represents his time.
Tycho Brahe and the supernova N1572
The Ptolemaic system
The Copernican revolution
Tycho Brahe and the tonic model
Thomas Digges and the heliocentric model
“De l’infinito, universo e mondi”
Giordano Bruno, the philosopher of the infinite
Giordano Bruno and his idea of infinity
The problems of an infinite universe
Infinity in a finite space
A premonitory dream
Jung and the Mandalas
The cosmic egg
The cosmic egg and current physics
The meeting between Jung and Pauli
The psychic diagram of Pauli and Jung
Let's talk more about Mandala
The infinite in the finite
Thought is a "finite" that contains the infinite
The multiverse theory
The theory of the multiverse
Quantum physics is the mother of the multiverse
First phase. A slit
Second phase. Two slits
Third phase. The role of the observer
How many types of multiverse exist?
The multiverse landscape
The quantum multiverse
The simulated multiverse
The ultimate multiverse
The brane multiverse
Aesthetics of science
Intelligence at the center of the universe
The role of the observer
A scientific nemesis
The anthropic principle
Birth and evolution of the anthropic principle
Is man really at the center of the universe?
Creatio ab nihilo
What evidence do we have on the intelligence of the "Cosmic Matrix"?
But does the universe made of matter really exist?
Non locality, entanglement
Einstein and the locality
Is causality the basis of all things?
Everything is one in the non-local dimension
The soul exists
The aggregation of matter
The matter aggregates into coherent and finalized forms
Every aggregation comes from a project
What makes us conscious?
Quantum physics and the soul
Collapse of quantum waves
Neurons as qubits
Angels, demons and souls of the dead
Collective unconscious and archetypes
The strange coincidences
Take the challenge
Meditation and prayer
Appendix 1. Hamlet
The plot of the tragedy
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