Tuesday, 13 November 2007


"The human mind's ability to grasp higher realities is denied or ignored by conventional science. Standard science is a dead end because it analyses experience into discrete pieces. The human mind --and particularly the mind of the physicist--has an overwhelming need to impose categories on experience. As a result, the seamless web of physical reality is divided into separate events that seem to occur only side by side or in different parts of time and space."

Professor David Bohm

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