Category Archives: Quantum Mechanics

World As Neural Network?

I’m interested in getting people reactions to this paper: The world as a neural network. Here’s a fragment of the abstract that omits the technical parts: We discuss a possibility that the entire universe on its most fundamental level is … Continue reading

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The Unsolved Puzzle

This is short review of the The Unsolved Puzzle by Jonathan Kerr. After more than a 100 years of quantum mechanics, there remains a debate of how to interpret it. Nobody disagrees that the mathematics describing experimental behavior are correct, … Continue reading

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EM Fields and Consciousness

If consciousness is in some way physical, what exactly composes it? The widely discussed theories today seem to fall into one of two categories: Consciousness is information processing in one form or another. (CIP) Consciousness is composed of or created … Continue reading

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