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- Down the quantum rabbit-hole: once labeled a crackpot, Stuart Hameroff’s quantum consciousness theories are now gaining momentum.
- Related: our interview with Stuart Hameroff from way back in 2005.
- LSD study reveals unprecedented ‘harmonic’ reorganization of the brain.
- A syndrome stranger than sci-fi – how limbs can get a mind of their own.
- This strange species that lives off nuclear energy is like alien life on Earth.
- That time alien abductee Barney Hill was the mystery guest on a TV game show.
- 20 years later, Dark City remains one of the smartest sci-fi films ever made.
- Scientists model rare ball lightning with help from tangled ‘skyrmion’ quasiparticle.
- An artist wants to build a ‘UFO’ next to Edvard Munch’s studio.
- Can sound be used as a weapon?
- Revealed: The long-suppressed official report on U.S. biowarfare in North Korea.
- Archaeologists have discovered a submerged Native American burial site dating back 7000 years, off the coast of Florida.
- Study of ancient DNA sheds light on the epic sea journeys that led to the settlement of the Pacific by humans.
- World’s oldest tattoo art found on 5200-year-old Egyptian mummy.
- Video of the Day: Watch interviews with old folk in 1929, some of whom were born before 1840.
Quote of the Day:
Under normal circumstances consciousness occurs in the fundamental level of spacetime geometry confined in the brain. But when the metabolism driving quantum coherence (in microtubules) is lost, the quantum information leaks out to the spacetime geometry in the universe at large. Being holographic and entangled it doesn’t dissipate. Hence consciousness (or dream-like subconsciousness) can persist.