power is burgeoning around the world like never before. And we're winning.
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his life and changed the lives of everyone who looks beyond his/her nose
and asks what kind of a world we live in ...
Dr. Walter Schempp, a German scientist who happens to be a descendant of Kepler, discovered
the Quantum Hologram fifty years ago or so, and this shows that Cartesian duality, the dominant
belief of the past four hundred years, that body and mind are realms of reality that DO NOT
interact - IS totally WRONG. Schempp's Quantum Holography, is showing us that the intuitive
communication I have experienced in space - and that others are also experiencing - is more
fundamental than our normal perceptions. In English we call intuition our sixth sense, but we
should really call it our first sense because it is rooted in the quantum world and the
communication to which it testifies has been around long before human sensory mechanisms
were evolved. There is an intrinsic awareness in nature that reaches down all the way to the
quantum level, to the subatomic particles that make up matter. That to me, and I know you will agree, Ervin, is exactly where the crux of the matter lies.
There is a form of consciousness in nature. This consciousness is as important and as
basic as energy.
A few months ago quantum physicists Leonard Susskind, Craig Hogan and Brian Greene - among
others - came up with the idea that space-time is a hologram where everything is "entangled".
We know that in a hologram all of the information that makes up an image is given everywhere and
at the same time, so not time is involved in going from one place to another - everything is present
everywhere. This holographic information is likely to be present in the universe, and it is likely to be
given for all time. It is not ephemeral. The latest experiment carried out a few months ago testify to this.
This instant interconnection, what physicists call entanglement and nonlocality, may be the
key to better understanding of the nature of reality. It is also the secret of a healthier life
and a healthier and more sustainable world. At the heart of space and time all things are
non locally connected, and we can tap into these "deep connections" and experience the
oneness you experienced in space (on your return from the moon). This experience is
important for us, because it is the source of our feeling of empathy and solidarity. It motivates us to cooperate, to work together. And cooperation, as we both know, is
a basic pre-condition of surmounting the problems we confront in the world today.
lue shift that allows such a system to exist in the first place. This is the main reason TZM takes the spreading mass awareness approach. At every turn, the value system shift is critical to the implementation of any changes promising outcomes that lead to a world in which I would someday wish to live, or I would wish for my children to live. This is the real gift TZM has to give to the world. This is the primary and only real task before us right now. Not fixing money, but raising awareness of why we need to move beyond money and of the wonderful future that beacons us if we can. Money is literally a dead end for humanity.
ne meant logging onto an electronic bulletin board. Now imagine being able to smell it all coming—not the details but the impact of a networked world on culture, business, politics, daily life. These were the preconditions that spawned Wired.
In 1988, Louis Rossetto, a 39-year-old adventurer, onetime novelist, and avid libertarian, sensed that the encoding of information in 1s and 0s was going to change everything. Living in Amsterdam at the time, he and Jane Metcalfe, his partner in business and life, had parlayed his job at an obscure language-translation service into a magazine, Electric Word. Produced on a Mac, it evoked a digital universe that was not about gadgetry but a force for global transformation.
Over the following year, the couple hammered out a business plan for a new magazine, tentatively called Millennium, that would take this revolution to the US mainstream. Technology, Rossetto predicted, would be the rock and roll of the ’90s, and the pair aimed to make Millennium its standard-bearer.…
s" of London's coffee houses to Charles Darwin's long, slow hunch to today's high-velocity web.
TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the "Sixth Sense" wearable tech, and "Lost" producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/translate. Watch a highlight reel of the Top 10 TEDTalks at http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/top10…
us to the chaos point has been accelerating – there is no going back – the bifurcation point is coming – some predict around the end of 2012. However, there is great opportunity at such times as now. In periods of relative stability, the system tends to dampen our change. But that is not true in the period just prior to reaching the chaos point. Although chaotic systems are linked to past actions, the future is open during the window of time just before we reach the chaos point. As the system reaches the limits of its stability, chaos theory shows that the smallest “push” or “fluctuation” can impel the system to develop into a new and different trajectory. Because of this super sensitivity in the system even a small fluctuation produce large-scale effects. This is the legendary “butterfly” effect. As the saying goes, a butterfly flaps its wings in San Francisco and a storm is produced in Beijing, China. Thus, this time in history presents a window of unprecedented freedom, for those who are consciously aware, to become midwives for a new world that is struggling to be born.Foundation for Mind-Being Research