Scientists have differing opinions about the quantum world. Hagelin's critics
have an agenda to sell their point of view and denigrate Hagelin's work. But
the fact remains that Hagelin is a brilliant man with a Phd. from Harvard and
research credentials from CERN. You have to compare the critics' credentials
before you believe what they say about Hagelin's research. By the way, the
point I'm saying is not related to Hagelin's position. My point is somewhat
related to what Tom Campbell, a physicist and lecturer, is saying as shown in
the links I've attached in the previous posts.
Lastly, the double-slit experiment is related to TM since the human observer
has consciousness which collapses the wave function. Doesn't TM emphasize the
value of consciousness among its practitioner?
---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <yifuxero@...> wrote :
What does the double slit experiment have to do with TM?
Haven't you read the entry in Wikipedia for John Hagelin?
Virtually every theoretical physicist in the world rejects all of this as
nonsense and the work of a crackpot, but Hagelin's case shows that crackpots
can have PhDs from the Harvard Physics Department and a large number of
frequently cited papers published in the best peer-reviewed journals in
Hagelin's linkage of quantum mechanics and unified field theory with
consciousness was also critiqued by University of Iowa
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Iowa philosophy and sociology
professors Evan Fales and Barry Markovsky in 1997, in the journal Social Forces
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_Forces. They wrote that the connection
relied on similarity between properties of quantum mechanical fields and
consciousness, but that the parallels Hagelin highlighted between unified field
theories and the Vedas rested on ambiguity, obscurity and vague analogy
supported by the construction of arbitrary similarities.John Hagelin -
John Hagelin - Wikipedia
John Samuel Hagelin (born June 9, 1954) is an American author, three-time
candidate of the Natural Law Party for President of the United States (1992, ...
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