Friday, April 24, 2015

Norway's Olav Drageset, MSEE on Physics & Introspection

Catch another glimpse of next month's ICC conference!



BRIEF INTERVIEW:

FULL PROGRAM:


Consciousness and Cosmos:  
Proposal for a New Paradigm based on Physics and Introspection

Abstract:

Nonphysical and nonlocal are the main observed phenomena that cannot be explained by contemporary science. This presentation will explore how consciousness and mind can be described from introspection and how string theory is able to model both the physical universe and the inner worlds with their nonphysical and nonlocal properties. Furthermore, it will explain how the negative solution of the energy equation supports the proposed model of the consciousness.

Olav Drageset earned a master’s degree in theoretical electronics in 1970, and held during his career the position as a concept engineer, designing military field communication equipment, including substantial international cooperation. In 1971, he joined Acem – International School of Meditation and has since been practicing and teaching the technique on a voluntary basis. He was aware of two internal aspects, or modes of operations, which were distinctively different from the normal rational thought. In 2004, he got information about the String Theory as a potential Theory Of Everything, and saw that it could describe the two inner worlds, as well as the outer world. The initial understanding has matured through ten years of reading and writing on the subject, and a model including consciousness, the mind, and the cosmos is now firmly established in published scientific peer-reviewed articles and a book.

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