Monday, October 5, 2015

The Science of Consciousness, a hypothesis




'The Science of Consciousness' details the first scientific hypothesis that includes theoretical physics, cosmology, consciousness and evolution. Its conclusions on the organic unity of the universe is a shocking idea, which started with an intuition about gravity. What does gravity has to do with consciousness? It is a fascinating and twisted story that goes back six years from the conception of the idea to the publication of the book in 2015.




Gravity, the most elemental force in the universe. No place can be insulated from it: it transverses space as it forms its very fabric. Gravity appears to pull us toward the Earth, but it is the result of two opposing forces, which operate as a seesaw between gravity and anti-gravity. The closer we are to the center point on the seesaw, the smaller gravity is. This is why flying out into free space reduces gravity, until it seem to disappear altogether. Gravity 'free' space is only gravity neutral, due to the equal balance of gravity and anti-gravity. But shockingly, our emotional attachments operate similarly over time. Therefore, just as gravity gets weaker with increasing distance, the emotional pull we feel gets weaker over time. Emotional attachments to loved ones and even things makes loss so painful, the emotional difficulty of separation is due to emotional gravity. Recognizing the analogy between these seemingly different phenomena formed my first intuition, which grew into an overarching hypothesis through diligent study and work. The fundamental knowledge base is as wide as an ocean: theoretical physics, neurology, physiology, cosmology, evolutionary biology, economy, sociology and everything else that seem to provide an answer for the pressing questions I had. During all this time the original intuition has not changed. The hypothesis, supported by contemporary scientific research, grew into a encompassing whole with intricate details.


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