The two major conceptual handicaps scientists confronted when facing this question.
Quote from Markham Heid article “What Near-Death Experiences Teach Us about the Brain”:
(Pim van Lommel) compares the brain to a television set; just as a TV can convert electromagnetic waves of information into sights and sounds, perhaps the brain and body are mere conduits for consciousness.
No matter how much resistance other scientists will oppose to this comparison, Pim van Lommel is absolutely right!
The first scientific mistake resides in their inability to consider that ‘consciousness’ is not the product of our brains but, instead, the energetic entity…
To all those who have been trying to bring back the Nature into Physics
The content of this article was part of my congratulatory reponse to the excellent article published by Brett Holverstott: The Quantum Bubble. To be noted: this is the very first article I wrote in English and my first article published in Medium.
It has been more than a decade I actively started demanding a total review of several well stablished theories which — during my years of philosophical researches — I found to be completely erroneous when confronted with the observable physical reality and, moreover; when…