Recent scientific research has provided new insights not only into the workings of the universe, but also about the “field,” the infinite field of information and energy with which we surround ourselves and which extends into the farthest reaches of our universe. The term ‘panpsychism’ scientists use in their research says that the universe may well have a consciousness of its own. And that could completely change the whole view of the universe, the unified field.
Scientists have been working on the interpretation of the universe for quite some time. Where are we from? Where are we actually? And why? Many scenarios have been reviewed to date, but many of them have failed to provide a conclusive explanation for these questions.
Prominent scientists such as Nassim Haramein, Gregg Braden (of Gaia fame) and Thomas Nagel, a well-known American philosopher, have also conducted research into consciousness in relation to the universe. In his book The Divine Matrix, Gregg Braden explains in great detail that our ’empty’ universe is in fact an infinite sea of information and energy and that the holographic effect reflects what we radiate.
Gregory Matloff: Panpsychism and Consciousness
The scientist responsible for the research, Gregory Matloff, who calls the term panpsychism, points out that the universe may well have a consciousness of its own, just like humans do, and his ideas are quite shocking to say the least.
According to Matloff, a physicist at New York City College of Technology, humans and the universe have a surprising similarity. In his published article, he indicates that the universe may have a “web” similar to the human brain, a consciousness.
A supporter of Matloff on panpsychism is Christof Koch of the Allen Institute for Brain Science. He says biological organisms are conscious because when they approach a new situation, they are able to change their behavior to anticipate the situation. With this vision he tries to understand whether he can measure the level of consciousness that a being shows.
To achieve this goal, he will conduct a number of experiments, including one that involves connecting the brains of two mice to see if the information between the two animals can function as a complete, integrated system.
“The only dominant theory we have about consciousness says it is associated with complexity, with the ability of a system to act on its own state and determine its own destiny,” argues Koch. “The theory states that these could be very simple systems. In principle, some purely physical systems that are not biological or organic may also be conscious. ”
As it now appears, panpsychism is still in the experimental phase, but the rapidly advancing insights of quantum science in recent years already seem to confirm the assumption that the universe has a consciousness of its own. And that conclusion will shake science to its foundations. This video explains how our consciousness affects our reality.