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CONSCIOUSNESS - A conversation with Deepak Chopra and Stuart Hameroff

Deepak Chopra and Stuart Hameroff take an in-depth dive into the science of consciousness.

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Grateful for Hameroff because as much as I have learned from Dennet, he
seems to be missing something of the utmost importance. I think Dennet is
ultimately full of it.
Jesse w - August 2, 2015
Andrew Relton - July 28, 2015
Pretty sure Deepak doesn't understand WTF this guy is rambling about
either. Watch his eyes....probably because of all that gravity and
papa996tt - July 27, 2015
Cesar Fernández - July 25, 2015
and it's as simple and as complex as that/this
Ian Berry - July 25, 2015
Maybe a more biological approach to thinking of the universal consciousness
as creation in the here and now would guide this thinking. Like fish in
water, our minds can only grasp so much during the waking hours of space
and time. But in a meditative state or in sleep, our minds meld into the
stream of creation. I am surprised that Hameroff believes in the idea of
an "encapsulated" consciousness after death. The Buddhists have explained
this for centuries. Thus it can happen that people "remember" past lives
or events with extreme accuracy and clarity, not because they lived it but
because their access in the stream of consciousness that is an organic
property of life and happened to be hard wired into the matter that became
that person. Otherwise, we have a situation like the move "All of Me," in
which a person could transfer their "mind" (conditioning, education,
genetics) into the body of another person. Or the 1970 Sci Fi sleeper
about people taking vacations by putting their consciousness in animals
rysha54 - July 19, 2015
Discussion on individual consciousness as a fundamental feature of the
spacetime matrix.
Karma Rinchen Dawa - July 15, 2015
Chester Hall - July 14, 2015