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The Physics of Consciousness

Posted: August 22, 2009

I'm reading a great book right now that proposes the best theory I've ever seen to explain what consciousness is and how it works exactly.


The Physics of Consciousness by Evan Harris Walker makes a great case for consciousness as a property of electrons 'quantum tunneling' through the brain. If you haven't heard of quantum tunneling, this is where the electrons in atoms are all the time blipping out in one location and blipping back in at another location without ever crossing the space in between. You probably know it as a 'quantum leap.'

This means that the particles in every atom of your body are disappearing and reappearing all the time. This is not just a wild theory. Quantum tunneling has been verified many times experimentally and is a known fact, though not many people really understand that this is how reality actually works. Bits and pieces of us are literally disappearing and reappearing all the time, only at a speed much faster than we are able to perceive. The truth is we're just not all here.

So where do these particles of us go? The Schwartzschild quantum lattice theory suggests that they go through tiny 'black holes' perforating space, passing through into some other dimension and then returning, something like a sewing machine. According to Walker, our consciousness is a result of this quantum stitching process, emerging as quantum interactions in the 'cleft' of neural synapses that 'collapse the wavefunction vector' many times a second to create self-awareness. Consciousness and 'will' are then defined as electrons tunneling in and out of our space-time and bouncing back and forth inside our skull as a standing wave while skipping across our brain's neural net to convert possibility into reality. The choices for what will be real is made between the quantum of time the electrons disappear and reappear.

This means that mind or consciousness itself is not physical. Only the hosting hardware of our brain - a carbon-12 and salt water resonator - is physical. From this it seems that consciousness can be defined as 1) an electrical current that is only about half here, 2) our brain is a quantum antenna that resonates in the space lattice like a crystal to transceive and focus the consciousness current and 3) our body is a robotic extension designed to sustain and respond to this electrical 'stream of consciousness.' In other words, we are a puppet being operated remotely using electricity as wires!

The vastness of space (as described in my Ultra Deep Field post) in no way diminishes the importance of consciousness or life. Electrons are by definition eternal, since energy is neither created nor destroyed, and entangled with all space since the moment of creation. Some part of who we are -- the 'will', 'passion' or 'soul' -- is thus eternal and spread throughout the entire universe as well, though what this means for our 'eternal identity' remains difficult to determine. The Physics of Consciousness is an excellent book and, I think, complementary to my book describing the harmonic physics behind perception (the physical process prior to consciousness).

One last point: Since electricity is everywhere, isn't intelligence everywhere? And wouldn't God be electricity?

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RE: The Physics of Consciousness
By: gtarrant - September 17, 2009 09:21 AM MST
"Since electricity is everywhere, isn't intelligence everywhere? And wouldn't God be electricity?"

Static charge. Surface Charge. Take any biological based cellulose like say leather and the growth product from between the cellulose like hair. rub them together and they work in opposition creating potential. Like a balloon on your hair making static electricity. A collection and concentration of this charge is what allows for manifestation.

Exodus 23 indicates that the followers of Moses in the desert built a huge resonator known as 'The Tabernacle' with a large capacitor know as "The Ark". Arc-Ark-Electricity.. The static electricty was harnessed by the wind and changing temperature (pressure and movement) as well as, song and ambient noice from the encampment. The frequencies involved were dictated by the colors of the emitters. Red, Purple, and Blue. The collector being the gold frame of the building and the concentrator/capacitor being the metal covered box ("the Ark").

(Side note: Whenever the early Jews were depicted they never wore metal.. in the bronze age when everyone else was wearing metal armor.. coincidence?)

Yes, electricity is raw power, and energy in general is the soul and foundation of everything that is material. E=mc2 . Quite literally states that Energy is equal to mass times the speed of light squared. Since the speed of light is a constant and you cannot literally exceed it the only way for the c2 portion of the equation to make sense is to comprehend that it is a waveform indicating the crest and trough encompassing the whole bandwith of the light. Meaning that the mass is being vibrated back and forth at the speed of light but.. as if it never moved.
Matter is then just energy pulsing at a slower vibration.

The fact still remains that it is all energy and quantum tunneling or phase differentials, whichever termor concept one uses to visualize the idea of the waveform going through it's motions in and out of reality.. in the end it is all energy.
RE: The Physics of Consciousness
By: Richard Merrick - September 21, 2009 12:33 PM MST
Yes, Ark = Arc. I do think electricity is what this was all about. There is a biologist / physicist I know in California who has a patent for accumulating static electricity from the atmosphere using a capacitor in the shape of the golden pyramid. He proved that it accumulates static electricity better than any other shape, except for a golden cone which is the same. He suggests that large pyramids would collect charge from the atmosphere, supplying plenty of electricity while reducing the severity of storms.

Maybe the idea of wearing a pyramid shaped hat isn't so nutty after all, except as a fashion statement.
RE: The Physics of Consciousness
By: gtarrant - September 21, 2009 04:59 PM MST
Hmm.. silly hats might not be so silly. Good point. Does this count towards the tin-foil ones as well?
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