Knowing something that few others do — 8 minute read

In Babette’s Feast—a wonderful old movie—the out-of-town captain sits to dine with a motley set of locals at Babette’s cottage in a poor remote 19th century Danish village. As he begins eating, he is utterly shocked, and looks around at the others in disbelief. None of them realize that the meal in front of them…

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Welcome Entry for Science and Spirituality

The relationship between science and spirituality became an issue the moment modern science arrived in the early 1600s—with the persecution of scientists like Galileo and Bruno at the hands of the Church. And how things have changed! Science now calls the shots and religion struggles for followers. But parallel to the change from a fundamentally…

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Welcome Entry for Social Commentary

For some time now it has looked like we are marching to an uncharted future brought on by advanced technology. But now we find that even today’s basic social order is turning upside down. Was the stability of Western society (at least) always an illusion? Here, we will discuss how social reality is a reflection…

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Welcome Entry for Physics and Consciousness

Finding links between physics with consciousness has been a personal dream of mine since grade school. That was a long time ago—and since then the philosophical understanding of both physics and consciousness has changed. Today physicists are much less likely to dismiss talk of consciousness in the context of quantum physics. They may not like…

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Welcome Entry for the REG Experience

This website is first and foremost an exploration of consciousness using the REG device. But it uses a vastly different approach from the body of existing REG studies. In the past, REG studies focused on collecting the data bits coming out of the REG, with the attempt to show statistically that the mind is influencing…

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Welcome Entry for 21st Century Minds

Our human minds are evolving all the time. Just over a century ago, we had no real idea that we have a subconscious mind where most of our thinking takes place. We also were very bad at creating hypothetical situations from which to propose alternate future paths. Now we become much more analytical about the…

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