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February 13, 2022 at 4:10 pm #13808Leonel PalaciosParticipant
In his book “Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything”, the author Ervin Laszlo proposes that the akash (called akashic field or A-field in his book) might be seen as an integral quantum vacuum and it might explain concepts such as quantum coherence, among others. According to him, objects at some level (like atoms) are influenced by objects in another level (like humans) which, in turn, are influenced by other levels (like the current universe or even previous universes). That the akashic field is also a memory field encompassing space and time. Could you please share with us your opinion on this matter?February 14, 2022 at 3:59 am #13811Ashish DalelaKeymaster
I don’t know Erwin Laszlo, but you can ask him the following questions:
1. How does it solve the mind-body problem?
2. Quantum objects have four properties–energy, momentum, angular momentu, and spin. How do these properties become taste, touch, smell, sound, and sight? Why is some particle a thought, another particle an emotion, another particle an intention?
3. Is this conception of A-field any better than current quantum mechanics? In other words, does it solve the problem of probabilities? Does it explain non-locality better? Does it bring a better understanding of complementarity?
Let’s see what he says. Or, if you have already read his work (it seems that you have) you can answer these questions, and we can go from there.
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