Brahman, Quantum Mechanics, and Global Events – Part Two

As a follow up to my first post on this subject, a new article emerged from my news feed, complimenting and expanding on the reality of classical and Quantum Mechanical physics operating alongside one another. This second article explores the ramifications of the density of events calculated in the first (10 to the power ofContinue reading “Brahman, Quantum Mechanics, and Global Events – Part Two”

Brahman, Quantum Entanglement, and Global Events

Yesterday, I came across an article in Scientific American – ‘Space: The Final Illusion’, by Lee Smolin – wherein the author was attempting to align space-time, limited to causality within a localized space and the speed of light, with the reality of quantum entanglement, or the ability of two objects to react to each otherContinue reading “Brahman, Quantum Entanglement, and Global Events”