Why the “You” in an Afterlife Wouldn’t Really Be You -Memories, points of view and the self

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Quantum consciousness

By Michael Shermer on July 1, 2017

The Discovery is a 2017 Netflix film in which Robert Redford plays a scientist who proves that the afterlife is real. “Once the body dies, some part of our consciousness leaves us and travels to a new plane,” the scientist explains, evidenced by his machine that measures, as another character puts it, “brain wavelengths on a subatomic level leaving the body after death.”

This idea is not too far afield from a real theory called quantum consciousness, proffered by a wide range of people, from physicist Roger Penrose to physician Deepak Chopra.

For the full article in Scientific American, click here

The original scene

The original scene

The original scene

This one here was published nearly one year ago under the title: Beware Bogus Theories of Sexual Orientation – A new battle over sexual orientation, By Michael Shermer in Scientific American.

In my little private paradise, here, I’ve attributed the above title to my drawing. Shermer’s texts always provide me with an opportunity to surprise myself, and that’s what I REALLY enjoy in this Job!

Here’s a link to Michael Shermers’ original article in the Scientific American. Enjoy the read.




Radical Life-Extension Is Not around the Corner

Can science and Silicon Valley defeat death? This was the question Michael Shermer’s raised and explored in his Scientific American’s article on October 1, 2016 issue.

Above is my drawing which accompanied his words.

I really enjoyed it, so can you by reading it too, here.