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Nature's Mind: the Quantum Hologram

  title={Nature's Mind: the Quantum Hologram},
  author={Edgar D. Mitchell},
A host of observed, but very basic human phenomena, including consciousness itself, have eluded rigorous scientific description by all disciplines of science. This is true, not because of insufficient evidence for a particular phenomenon’s existence, but rather for lack of a theoretical construct, which could fit within the prevailing paradigms of science. For millennia philosophers have pondered the nature of mind, consciousness and mind/ matter interactions but without sufficient knowledge… 
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