Neil deGrasse Tyson on the Cosmic Perspective

I was introduced to him through the PBS program NOVA ScienceNow which he hosted from 2006-2011, but have become even more intrigued by what’s he’s had to say since then.

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York City. He is a plain spoken deep thinker. This video is the perfect example. I hope it opens your eyes a bit wider:


Later this year Neil will host a 13-part TV series to serve as a sequel and modern update to Carl Sagan’s Cosmos: A personal Journey.

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Can Science and Religion Be Integrated?

Of the many great teachers that I’ve had, I believe that Amit Goswammi, Ph.D has had the greatest effect on the thinking process that brought me to The Nous Age Principle.

Here is a paper he wrote in 2008 called Can Science and Religion be Integrated? describing the Quantum Consciousness as God:

…The good news is that not one, but three separate experiments are now showing that quantum consciousness, the author of downward causation is nonlocal, is unitive, is God. The first such experiment proving it unequivocally (that is, with objective machines and not through subjective experiences of people) was performed by the neurophysiologist Jacobo Grinberg and his collaborators at the University of Mexico. Let’s go into some details…

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