Quantum Physicist Claims He Can Prove There is an Afterlife

Back to the topic of mind-boggling stuff (like the Infinity Question).

This is a real good one to get your head around. Have a try. See if your head explodes!

Daily Mail
November 17, 2013

Professor Robert Lanza claims the theory of biocentrism teaches death as we know it is an illusion. He believes our consciousness creates the universe, and not the other way round, and once we accept that space and time are 'tools of our minds', death can't exist in 'any real sense' either.
Professor Robert Lanza claims the theory of biocentrism teaches death as we know it is an illusion. He believes our consciousness creates the universe, and not the other way round, and once we accept that space and time are ‘tools of our minds’, death can’t exist in ‘any real sense’ either.

Most scientists would probably say that the concept of an afterlife is either nonsense, or at the very least unprovable.

Yet one expert claims he has evidence to confirm an existence beyond the grave – and it lies in quantum physics.

Professor Robert Lanza claims the theory of biocentrism teaches that death as we know it is an illusion created by our consciousness.

‘We think life is just the activity of carbon and an admixture of molecules – we live a while and then rot into the ground,’ said the scientist on his website.

Professor Robert Lanza's, pictured, theory is explained in his book Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe.
Professor Robert Lanza’s, pictured, theory is explained in his book Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe.

Lanza, from Wake Forest University School of Medicine in North Carolina, continued that as humans we believe in death because ‘we’ve been taught we die’, or more specifically, our consciousness associates life with bodies and we know that bodies die.

His theory of biocentrism, however, explains that death may not be as terminal as we think it is.

Biocentrism is classed as the theory of everything and comes from the Greek for ‘life centre’.

It is the believe that life and biology are central to reality and that life creates the universe, not the other way round.

This suggests a person’s consciousness determines the shape and size of objects in the universe.

Lanza uses the example of the way we perceive the world around us. A person sees a blue sky, and is told that the colour they are seeing is blue, but the cells in a person’s brain could be changed to make the sky look green or red.

‘Bottom line: What you see could not be present without your consciousness,’ explained Lanza. ‘Our consciousness makes sense of the world.’

By looking at the universe from a biocentric’s point of view, this also means space and time don’t behave in the hard and fast ways our consciousness tell us it does. In summary, space and time are ‘simply tools of our mind.’

Once this theory about space and time being mental constructs is accepted, it means death and the idea of immortality exist in a world without spatial or linear boundaries.

Similarly, theoretical physicists believe there is infinite number of universes with different variations of people, and situations, taking place simultaneously.

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Also at the Daily Stormer

Andre’s excerpt on the Daily Stormer is this:

It is interesting to think about. But we need to figure out what the hell is going on with the present life.

Yep. That sums it up alright.

Psssst psssst…… If you’re new to the game of truth-seeking, then here’s a hint:

It’s the J_ws, and they didn’t die in a H_lo_au_t!!!

No prizes for guessing the missing letters because I’m a miserable bastard!

– BDL1983

Do Infinities Exist in Nature?

I like this sort of mind-boggling stuff.


What would you see if you came to the edge of the Universe? It’s hard to imagine so it’s tempting to conclude that the Universe doesn’t have an edge and therefore that it must be infinite. That’s not a necessary conclusion however. There are things that are finite in extent but still don’t have an edge, the prime example being the surface of a sphere. It’s got a finite area but when you walk around on it you’ll never fall over an edge. The question of whether the Universe is finite or infinite is one that still hasn’t been answered, and there are mathematical models that allow for both possibilities. More generally, the question of whether any infinite quantities can arise in the Universe is a deep one. In April this year philosophers, cosmologists and physicists came together at the University of Cambridge, as part of a conference series on the philosophy of cosmology, in order to discuss it. Plus went along to find out more (and you can also listen to the interviews we did in our podcast).

People have been studying infinity and its relation to reality for a long time. “The idea of studying infinities in physics really began with Aristotle,” says the Cambridge cosmologist John D. Barrow. “Aristotle made a clear distinction between two types of infinity. One he called potential infinities and he was quite happy to allow for those to appear in descriptions of the world. These are just like lists that never end. The ordinary numbers are an example; one, two, three, four, five, and so on, the list goes on forever. It’s infinite, but you never reach or experience the infinity. In a subject like cosmology, there are lots of infinities like that and most people are quite happy with them. For example, the Universe might have infinite size; it might have an infinite past age, it might be destined to have an infinite future age. These are all potential infinities, so they don’t bite you as it were, they’re just ways of saying that things are limitless, they’re unbounded, like that list of numbers.”

While most people are happy to accept that potential infinities may exist, we still don’t know whether they actually do. “When you look at the Universe, how far you can see is strictly limited, because the Universe has been in existence for a finite time, for around 14 billion years,” says George Ellis, a cosmologist from the University of Cape Town. “Light travels at the speed of light, so you can only see out to a distance essentially of 14 billion light years; it’s a little bit bigger but basically that’s it. There’s no way you can see to infinity. It’s like [looking out] from a tower on the surface of the Earth; you can see to the horizon, but you can’t see beyond. In that case you can get on a plane and fly to the other side. In the case of the Universe, the scale is such that we can’t move; we’re stuck at one point and we can only see the Universe from one point out to a finite distance.”

 via Do infinities exist in nature?

Infinity (symbol: ) is an abstract concept describing something without any limit and is relevant in a number of fields, predominantly mathematics and physics. The English word infinity derives from Latininfinitas, which can be translated as “unboundedness”, itself calqued from the Greek word apeiros, meaning “endless”.

In mathematics, “infinity” is often treated as if it were a number (i.e., it counts or measures things: “an infinite number of terms”) but it is not the same sort of number as the real numbers. In number systems incorporating infinitesimals, the reciprocal of an infinitesimal is an infinite number, i.e., a number greater than any real numberGeorg Cantor formalized many ideas related to infinity and infinite sets during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In the theory he developed, there are infinite sets of different sizes (called cardinalities). For example, the set of integers is countably infinite, while the infinite set of real numbers is uncountable. [Wikipedia]

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Expand your mind.

– BDL1983

Saturday Night Jukebox – 16/11/13






A few classics from Nirvana!

Note: Before anyone says a word; I know, Geffen Records = David Geffen = Jewish controlled record company. How many artists aren’t managed by Jews? Answer: not many. So get over it and enjoy these songs because Kurt was fucking good at putting together catchy tunes, unlike all the pretty boy emo fags out there today. They had some talent which no-one seems to have today…. In fact, I’d have to look back at least ten years to remember the last time I heard a good new song come out!

Kurt Cobain was also very likely murdered by his filthy Jewish whore, Courtney Love. He tangled with the wrong crowd, obviously…..

– BDL1983

Anyone up for a Game of ‘Knockout the Jew’?

This sounds like fun. At least the Blacks are good for some action…. Finally, someone is giving the Jews a dose of “multiculturalism”!

From The Jewish Press:

Take that Jew boy!

Black teenagers have been playing “knockout the Jew” in the streets of Brooklyn and in New Jersey. Beware the sucker punch.

Multiple attacks on Jews in Brooklyn by teens playing a game called “knockout,” have finally led police to consider that they might just be part of ongoing, serial hate crimes.

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly told reporters that there have been at least seven attacks on Jews in Crown Heights recently, including two misdemeanor assaults.

Asked if there was a pattern, Kelly said “It is difficult to tell at this time,” and pointed out that the Hate Crimes Task Force was now investigating the possibility. “Obviously, some of it is based on descriptions. The crowds change in size, so it’s hard to tell if it is a clear pattern.”

Whine you friggin’ crybaby bastards! You invited them in; what did you expect? It’s called ‘Poetic Justice’!

Here’s the best bit:

“The two attackers ran back to the group screaming, ‘We got him’ and received a roaring cheer,” Rabbi Behrman told the Daily News. “They’re playing a game: ‘knockout.’ ‘Knock out the Jew,’ maybe. And they’re going around the neighborhood punching Jews.”

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Ah yeah… It’s good to have a laugh on a Friday night!

– BDL1983