Quantum Physics and the Separation of Consciousness During the Out-of-Body State

Leading neuroscientists all agree that the last great frontier in modern quantum physics lies in the area of consciousness. Two sides of the debate exist between reductionists, who seek to explain consciousness as a product of sufficiently complex systems, such as the brain, and fundamentalists, who assert the idea that…

How Many Dimensions Are There? 11-Dimensional World and String Theory

What if there are more than three dimensions in our universe? String theory suggests there are 11 of them. Let's explore this intriguing theory and its possible applications. Since ancient days, humans have been familiar with the sense of 3-dimensionality of space. This idea was better understood after the theory…

What If Our Universe Is a Giant Two-Dimensional Hologram?

What if a perceived 3D concept is a universe inside a two-dimensional hologram? This theory is popular, to say the least. The Holographic Principle Holograms are beyond intriguing. With holograms, what seems to be 3D is only a 2D illusion. For instance, credit cards and bank notes are prime examples…

Spiritual Phenomena Could Exist in Other Dimensions, Says British Scientist

Professor of astronomy and mathematics Bernard Carr believes that many of the spiritual phenomena that can be observed but cannot be explained using the terms of the physical laws of our dimension might occur in other dimensions. Albert Einstein claimed that there are at least four dimensions, and the 4th…

If Our World Had an Extra Dimension, What Would It Look Like?

Have you read the novel Flatland? If you haven’t, maybe you should, since this book sets out the idea of the multidimensionality of the space and presents it in an unusual way. More particularly, the protagonist of the book called “A Square” is a creature from a two-dimensional world, where…

Can DMT ‘Connect’ the Human Brain to a Parallel Universe?

N, N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT), an endogenous molecule present in the cerebrospinal fluid of humans, was first synthesized in 1957 by Stephen Szara and is considered one of the most powerful psychedelic substances, if not the most powerful ever. DMT is present in some varieties of mimosa and acacia, and many other…