How with the help of quantum immortality, a person can live forever

(ORDO NEWS) — One of the great questions of modern science of human consciousness has to do with its origin – is it just a product of the brain, or is the brain itself the receiver of consciousness? If consciousness is not a product of the brain, this would mean that our physical bodies are not necessary for its continuation. That consciousness can exist outside our body.

These questions are of fundamental importance for understanding the true nature of being, and with quantum physics are gaining more and more popularity. Questions concerning consciousness and its relation to human corporeality are becoming more and more relevant.

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What is consciousness

Since time immemorial, there has been debate about what consciousness is. Scientists say that it is a product of the activity of the brain, and mystics – that it is an independent substance. Many members of the scientific community consider speculation about the existence of consciousness outside the body as hoaxes and pseudoscientific ideas.

But, as mentioned above, in a state of clinical death, the body cannot perceive signals from the senses, because after the heart stops working, the brain stops working. All experiences in a state of clinical death, and especially the description of events that the dead body could not perceive, are proof that consciousness is able to exist outside the body. At least for a short time, it is able to perceive the surrounding reality not through the body, but directly.

This phenomenon is best explained by quantum physics. So, from the point of view of quantum physics, human consciousness is able to influence matter. This proves such a concept as corpuscular-wave dualism. We are talking about the property of any particle to exhibit the properties of both particles and waves. During experiments, it was noticed that a subatomic particle can behave like an electromagnetic wave or like a particle. But the most interesting thing is that it depends on the observer himself. That is, the properties and behavior of a subatomic particle are determined by whether it is observed or not.

This is proof of what esotericists have been talking about for a long time: thought can influence reality. It turns out that the properties of the particle are not constant and depend on the consciousness that perceives this particle. This provides a scientific basis for the ideas that were expressed in the film The Secret, in the books of Vadim Zeland, and in the theory of consciousness of the fly and the bee.

But that’s not all. The results of the experiments confirm the ideas of many philosophers and mystics of the past (and the present too) that our world is essentially an illusion or, as they say in the East, “is like the reflection of the moon in water.” After all, if the behavior of a particle depends on the consciousness that perceives it, continuing this thought, we can say that everyone sees the world from their own subjective point of view.

Heisenberg uncertainty principle

Another phenomenon of quantum physics makes it possible to shed light on many questions about the structure of the universe. Karl Heisenberg continued to think about the particle-wave nature of the electron and came to the conclusion that due to its variability and unpredictability, it is impossible to accurately determine the coordinates of the electron and its energy. Simply put, we live in the same “space of options” that Zeeland wrote about. Before us, the so-called fan of worlds is revealed – many versions of reality, each of which can be considered objective, real, and so on.

Since the behavior of subatomic particles is associated with perception, only the observer determines the fact which of the scenarios will become relevant. And without a perceiver, subatomic particles exist only in a state of uncertainty and probability.

Planck’s quantum hypothesis

The birthday of quantum physics is considered December 14, 1900, when Max Planck proposed a theoretical conclusion about the relationship between the temperature of a body and the radiation it emits. He said: the energy of an electromagnetic wave can be emitted and absorbed only in whole portions – quanta. Quantum energy formula:


where e is the radiation energy, n is the radiation frequency, h is Planck’s constant.

This assumption showed that the laws of classical physics are not applicable to the microcosm.

Consciousness creates reality

Based on the fundamental laws of quantum mechanics, the scientist Robert Lanza deduced the theory of biocentrism, in which he correlated the principles of quantum physics and biology. Thanks to this, he was able to prove that death is just an illusion that the brain forms due to the fact that consciousness mistakenly identifies itself with the physical body. According to Lanz’s theory, it is consciousness that creates around itself reality, space, time, and so on.

And it is consciousness that is primary, and matter is secondary. He completely refutes the idea that consciousness is a product of the activity of the brain, and insists on the opposite: consciousness creates the surrounding world. The formation of reality is impossible without an observer. It turns out that the theory that consciousness is mortal refutes itself, because if the observer disappears, then reality must also disappear.

Robert Lanza went even further and suggested that space and time are not at all some kind of constant within which consciousness exists. Everything is the opposite: consciousness is able to influence both time and space. Thus, there is only a stream of sensations, and time and space are the tools that we use as a frame of reference to interpret these sensations. But our consciousness is able to influence both. Have you noticed that while waiting in line, time stretches endlessly, and “happy hours are not observed”? It seems to us that this is just some kind of illusion, but everything is exactly the opposite: it is our ideas about the immutability of the flow of time that are an illusion.

It’s the same with space: the same path can seem incredibly long or very short to us. Have you noticed that the way back and forth is different for you, as if going back or, conversely, you got there faster. Reality is changeable and impermanent, but we ourselves create it with the state of our consciousness.

And now the most important thing. In a world where there are no space-time restrictions, there is no death. Because death, like any other event, must be marked by a specific space-time point. As they write on Wikipedia: he died on such and such a date, in such and such a city, and was buried there. And if time and space are relative and impermanent concepts, then it turns out that there is no death either: it simply has nowhere to exist!

In favor of the fact that death does not exist, the principle of conservation of energy also speaks. Energy is neither created nor destroyed, it only transforms from one state to another. We can give an example with water: under the influence of high temperatures, water disappears, and some primitive person may think that water has “died”, disappeared, it no longer exists. But we know that the water simply changed its state: it turned into steam. The same thing happens to us: there is no death, the rough shell dies, but the “vapour” remains. And the fact that we do not see this vapor does not mean at all that it does not exist.

Robert Lantz’s theory of biocentrism is also supported by such great scientists as Nobel Prize winner in Physiology or Medicine Edward Donnall Thomas, Space Flight Center astrophysicist David Thompson, Johns Hopkins University professor of astronomy and physics Richard Cohn Henry and many others.

Transformation of molecules

If religious dogmas should be attributed to spiritual explanations of the factor of death, then scientific hypotheses are usually considered materialistic. Mainly because the transition from one form of life to another is explained by the transformation of atomic chains. First, one object breaks up into small particles, and then something new is created from them. At the same time, scientists by no means reject the concept of immortality in its general interpretation.

The great minds of the past centuries – Planck, Bohr, Einstein and others – made many discoveries that led to the emergence of quantum physics. In this field, many different theories have appeared regarding possible immortality. Having discarded a lot of interpretations bordering on the realm of mysticism, let’s focus on a more acceptable one, the founder of which was Hugh Everett.

Quanta and the microworld

In the course of observations, scientists have found that the laws in force in the physical world for large objects are absolutely not applicable to small ones. In other words, the MICRO WORLD and the MACRO WORLD act simultaneously, but in a completely different way.

The MACRO WORLD in which we live obeys the laws of classical Newtonian mechanics. And first of all, it says that the location of an object is determined uniquely – by spatial coordinates and time.

In the MICROWORLD, objects the size of an electron – quanta function. And for them to stay at the same time in two places is not only possible, but also characteristic. Of course, with the help of measurements and observations available to us, we cannot fix this property. But this is only because there are no tools appropriate for the microworld. From the point of view of theory, such a possibility has already been confirmed and proved.

The Impossible is Possible – Quantums Being in Two Places Simultaneously

As mentioned earlier, at the moment there are no devices that reliably measure the presence of quanta simultaneously in two places. This is primarily due to the role of the observer. The impossibility of observing from two points “kills” the superposition and forces the quantum to act according to the laws of the macrocosm, i.e., to choose only one of the possible locations.

Our reality is not objective. Under ideal conditions, to fix a quantum in two positions, two different observers must see absolutely different realities. How and why this comes out explains quantum physics

Parallel Worlds

Any object of the macrocosm consists of many objects of the microcosm. Why don’t quantum laws apply to large entities? This is the paradox of quantum mechanics.

Hugh Everett, a well-known physicist of our time, gives his own interpretation of this phenomenon. In his opinion, it is the fixation on the existing reality that causes the quanta to choose a single location. That is, it is the observer who, with his consciousness, splits reality into parallel universes, from which he chooses only one.

For example, we have a glass of boiling water in front of us. In one universe, we dip a tea bag into it, in another, we dissolve coffee, in a third, we drink pure boiled water, and in a fourth, we decide not to drink anything at all. As you understand, it is possible to offer options even based on only one glass of boiling water ad infinitum.

Does consciousness disappear after death?

In 2010, one of the world’s most respected scientists, Robert Lanza, released a book called Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness Are Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe.

A specialist in regenerative medicine and scientific director of Advanced Mobile Technologies, Lanza is also very interested in quantum mechanics and astrophysics, which led him to develop his theory of biocentrism: the theory that life and consciousness are fundamental to understanding the nature of our reality, and this consciousness comes before the creation of the material universe.

His theory suggests that our consciousness does not die with us, and does not stand still, and this suggests that consciousness is not a product of the brain. It is something completely different, and modern science is just beginning to understand what it could be.

This theory is best illustrated by the quantum double-slit experiment. This is a perfect example that the factors associated with consciousness and our physical material world are connected in some way; that the observer creates reality.

Physicists have been forced to admit that the universe may be a mental construct, or at least that consciousness plays a critical role in the creation of matter.

R. Henry, professor of physics and astronomy at Johns Hopkins University, wrote in 2005 in the journal Nature:

According to Sir James Jeans: “the flow of knowledge is directed towards a non-mechanical reality; The universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a big machine. The mind no longer seems to be an accidental intruder in the realm of matter… we should rather welcome it as a creator.”

Lanz’s theory means that if the body generates consciousness, then consciousness dies when the body dies. But if the organism receives consciousness to the same extent that the cable box receives satellite signals, then, of course, consciousness does not end after the death of the physical vehicle. This is an example that is commonly used to describe the riddle of consciousness.

The idea that we could live in a holographic universe is not so far-fetched, and if an observer is necessary for physical matter to manifest, then an observer must exist for the physical body.

The hypothesis that the brain creates consciousness dominates the largely materialistic world of science, despite ample evidence that shows that the brain (and all of our physical reality, for that matter) may be a product of consciousness.

Below is a long quotation to illustrate what is meant by “material” science.

“The modern scientific worldview is predominantly based on assumptions that are closely related to classical physics. Materialism is the idea that matter is the only reality is one of those assumptions. Related assumptions are reductionism, the notion that complex things can be understood by reducing them as a result of the interaction of its component parts, or simpler and more fundamental things such as tiny material particles.”

– Manifesto for “Post-Materialistic Science”

The study of the neurochemical processes in the brain that occur when one is having a subjective experience is important, and offers certain conclusions. This tells us that when an “experience” happens, it happens in the brain. But this does not prove that neurochemical processes produce experience. What if the experience itself produces neurochemical processes?

Determining how consciousness causes matter is our next step. One thing is certain: it’s time to expand the boundaries of our basic knowledge.

The implications of this theory are enormous. Just imagine if life after death were confirmed within the scientific community – how much would this affect not only the understanding of science, but also philosophy, religion and many other areas of our lives?

What about near death experience

Below is a video of Dr. Bruce Grayson speaking at a conference hosted by the United Nations. He is considered one of the fathers of near-death research and is Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Science at the University of Virginia.

In the video, he describes recorded cases of people who were clinically dead (absent on brain activity) but watching everything that happened to them at the same time. He describes cases where people are able to describe things that are actually impossible to describe.

Another significant statement by Dr. Grayson states that this kind of research is discouraged due to our tendency to view science as purely materialistic. Seeing is believing, so they say in the scientific community. It is very unfortunate that just because we cannot explain something in terms of the material means that it must be immediately discredited. The simple fact that “consciousness” itself is an immaterial “thing” is disturbing to the understanding of some scientists, and as a result they believe that since consciousness is immaterial, it cannot be studied by science.

Near-death experiences have been documented and studied for a long time. For example, in 2001, the international medical journal The Lancet published a thirteen-year study of near-death experiences:

Our results indicate that medical factors cannot explain the occurrence of NDT. All patients had a heart attack, and were clinically dead with loss of consciousness as a result of insufficient blood supply to the brain. Under such circumstances, the EEG (measurement of the electrical activity of the brain) becomes flat, and if cardiopulmonary resuscitation is not started within 5-10 minutes, irreparable damage is done to the brain and the patient will die.

The researchers followed a total of 344 patients, and 18% of them had some memory of when they were dead or unconscious and 12% had a very strong and “profound” experience. Keep in mind that this experience occurred when there was no electrical activity in the brain, following cardiac arrest.

In another study, scientists from the University of Southampton found evidence that consciousness can continue for at least a few minutes after death. In the scientific world, this was considered impossible. This is the world’s largest near-death study published only in the journal Resuscitation:

In 2008, a large study was launched involving 2060 patients from 15 hospitals in the UK, USA and Austria. AWARENESS (awareness during resuscitation) research sponsored by the University of Southampton in the UK examined a wide range of mental experiences in relation to death. The researchers also tested the legitimacy of conscious events using objective markers for the first time in a large study to determine whether claims of out-of-body experience-compatible awareness correspond to real or hallucinatory events.

There’s a reason why every year internationally recognized scientists continue to push this commonly overlooked topic into the mainstream scientific community. The fact that protons, electrons, photons, anything that has mass, is not the only reality. If we want to understand the nature of our reality, we cannot continue to explore physical reality, ignoring that the ‘invisible’ makes up most of it.
Nikola Tesla said it best:

“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.”


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