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A Quantum Theory proves that death is not the end for our consciousness

By: April Carson

According to quantum theory, death is not the end for our consciousness. Our consciousness is a quantum field, and as such, it is immortal. When our physical bodies die, our consciousness simply moves on to another quantum field.

Dr. Robert Lanza is an expert in regenerative medicine and the scientific director of Advanced Cell Technology Company. He was first famous for his extensive research on stem cells, but recently he has become involved with physics, quantum mechanics and astrophysics. Ever since the professor discovered this volatile combination, he has been an advocate for biocentrism. Biocentrism is the belief that life and consciousness are what hold the universe together. It's consciousness that creates matter, not vice versa.

Now, in a new paper published by PLoS One, Lanza and his co-author, Bob Berman, lay out the scientific evidence for their theory of biocentrism.

Lanza argues that the structure of our universe implies an intelligence existed before matter did. He goes on to state that space and time are not objects, but tools used by animals (like us) to understand the world around us. Without space and time, Lanza believes we would still exist as individual consciousnesses.

Lanza's theory is based on the work of quantum mechanics, which has shown that particles like electrons do not have a definite location until they are observed. Lanza argues that this means it is consciousness that creates the physical world, not vice versa.

The theory posits that the notion of death is simply a figment of people's imagination. People identify so strongly with their bodies that they believe when the body dies, so does consciousness. If our physical bodies generate consciousness, then when the body dies, so does consciousness. However, if the human body is simply a recipient of consciousness in the same way that a cable box passively receives satellite signals, then it stands to reason that after death, consciousness does not cease to exist. In fact, quantum objects are non-local in space and time in the same sense that consciousness appears to benon-local with respect to space and time constraints.

Lanza theorizes that not only can multiple universes exist simultaneously, but a dead person's consciousness might migrate into another universe where they are once again alive. It would be like an infinite Russian doll effect in the after-life.

Lanza's theory, while hope-instilling, is also quite controversial. It has many supporters who believe in its existence, not just regular people looking to live forever, but well-known scientists as well. These are the physicists and astrophysicists that suggest the possibility of multiple universes due to their research and findings. They believe that there are no physical laws prohibiting parallel worlds from existing. In fact, some of these universes might be almost identical to our own.

In 1895, science fiction writer H.G. Wells proclaimed in his story “The Door in the Wall” an idea that was later developed 62 years by Dr. Hugh Everett in his graduate thesis at Princeton University. The theory posits that at any given moment, the universe splits into countless similar instances and then those "newborn" universes proceed to split again following the same pattern ad infinitum. In some of these worlds , you may be present: reading this article or watching TV while a parallel version of yourself does something completely different.

According to Everett, our actions are what cause these parallel worlds to multiply. If we make a choice, one universe immediately splits into two, each with different outcomes based on that choice.

The 1980s saw Andrei Linde, a scientist from Lebedev’s Institute of Physics, develop the theory of multiple universes. He is now employed as a professor at Stanford University. In an attempt to better explain his idea, Linde said: Space consists of numerous inflating spheres that then go on to produce more and more spheres; this process continues until infinity. The universe sees these sphere spaced apart from one another. Though unaware of one another, they both represent physical parts of the same universe.

Scientists have used data from the Planck space telescope to create a more accurate map of the cosmic relic background radiation, which has remained since the inception of our universe. They also found that the universe has many dark recesses represented by holes and gaps. This supports the idea that our universe is not alone.Furthermore, the research provides evidence that other universes exist outside of our own. These universes are not separate from one another, but are actually connected. The findings of this study could have profound implications for the way we think about death and the afterlife. It has long been thought that death is the end of our consciousness.

Laura Mersini-Houghton, a theoretical physicist from North Carolina University, believes that universes close to our own are impacting ours - and strange patterns in the microwave background are evidence of this. She argues that holes and gaps in the data show where these other universes have intervened directly in our own. Mersini-Houghton's theory is based on a branch of physics called quantum mechanics. This suggests that the universe is made up of tiny particles that can exist in more than one state at any given time.

Accordingly, neo-biocentrism theory argues that there are an innumerable amount of places our soul could go after we die. However, does the soul even exist? Could any current consciousness scientific theories support such a claim? Dr. Stuart Hameroff theorizes that during a near-death experience, quantum information stored in our nervous system escapes the body and dissipates into the world at large. Dr. Hameroff's theory of consciousness offers a way to understand the phenomenon that can speak to both scientific reasoning and personal experiences.

Stuart and British physicist Sir Roger Penrose argued that consciousness resides in the microtubules of brain cells. They stated that upon death, the information is released from your body, meaning that your consciousness goes with it. They claimed our experience of consciousness is the result of quantum gravity effects in these microtububes, a theory they dubbed orchestrated objective reduction (Orch-OR).Though the theory is controversial, it has been gaining traction in recent years. In 2014, scientists at the University of St Andrews published a paper that provided mathematical evidence for Orch-OR.

Some scientists theorize that consciousness, or at the very least proto-consciousness, is a fundamental property of the universe. They believe it was present during even the first moment of reality - the Big Bang. According to one theory, "proto-conscious experience is a basic property of physical reality accessible to a quantum process associated with brain activity." In other words, our consciousness is just a manifestation of the quantum state of the universe. So what does this mean for death? If consciousness is a property of the universe, it can never be destroyed. It might change form, but it will always exist.

Could it be that our souls are made from the same stuff as the universe? And, since the beginning of time, might they have existed? Our brains might only be receivers and amplifiers for a consciousness intrinsic to space-time. So is there truly a part of your non-physical consciousness that will carry on after your body dies? In this quantum theory of consciousness, information isn't destroyed when you die. It's just transferred elsewhere - into the universe itself.

Lanza believes that the universe is "teeming with life - with consciousness." If his theory proves correct, then not only are we connected to everything in the universe, but everything that has ever existed or will exist. We are all one.This theory provides a scientific explanation for many of the things that have been considered "paranormal" or "supernatural."

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