A customer came in today and talked to me about Biocentrism. Looks right up our alley.

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asked 14 Apr '11, 19:08

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edited 14 Apr '11, 20:31

I just read the definition on wikipedia. here it is. I would have to agree completely as the quantum physicist have shown and proven, they say that matter does not manifest until it is being directly observed. It's well proven and it is the corner stone Ideology when it comes to the "metaphysical " and "new age" beliefs that a lot of us here believe. And it is DEFINITELY consistent with my source's information! I think it's a big thumbs up buddy!! :-) love n light, rob

wikipedia info on Biocentrism ,cosmology (not Biocentrism, ethics)

Biocentrism (from Greek: βίος, bios, "life"; and κέντρον, kentron, "center"), also known as the biocentric universe, is a theory proposed in 2007 by American scientist Robert Lanza. In this view, life and biology are central to being, reality, and the cosmos — life creates the universe rather than the other way around. Biocentrism asserts that current theories of the physical world do not work, and can never be made to work, until they fully account for life and consciousness.

Lanza's biocentric theory builds on quantum physics.1[2] While physics is considered fundamental to the study of the universe, and chemistry fundamental to the study of life, biocentrism places biology before the other sciences to produce a theory of everything.[3][4][5]

Reception of Lanza's theory has been mixed. Critics have questioned whether the theory is falsifiable. Lanza has argued that future experiments, such as scaled-up quantum superposition, will either support or contradict the theory.[6]

Contents [hide] 1 Theory 2 Reception and criticism 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

[edit] TheoryLanza argues that the primacy of consciousness features in the work of Descartes, Kant, Leibniz, Berkeley, Schopenhauer, and Bergson.[7] He sees this as supporting the central claim that what we call space and time are forms of animal sense perception, rather than external physical objects.[8] Lanza argues that biocentrism offers insight into several major puzzles of science, including Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, the double-slit experiment, and the fine tuning of the forces, constants, and laws that shape the universe as we perceive it.[2] According to a Discover magazine article adapted from Lanza's book, “biocentrism offers a more promising way to bring together all of physics, as scientists have been trying to do since Einstein’s unsuccessful unified field theories of eight decades ago.”[9]


answered 14 Apr '11, 22:35

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edited 15 Apr '11, 18:16

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Thank you Rob I also read the wiki article that is why I added the link.I was looking fir another perspective.

(14 Apr '11, 23:30) you

yes i know but like others i am sur some are not aware of the "true " name for it lol srry i will not repeat that action :-)

(15 Apr '11, 00:20) TReb Bor yit-NE

Ha thats fine Rob :)

(15 Apr '11, 01:35) you
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It certainly feels right to me and resonates with a lot of the ancient teachings. Thanks Michael I'll have to explore ( that's for Stingray ) this a bit more :)


answered 15 Apr '11, 18:12

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Actually I am also very interested in what Stingray has to say about that too

(15 Apr '11, 23:26) you
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