Can you explain the correlation between string theory and consciousness? There seems to be an infinite pool of information that I interact with on occasion. Most of the time the extracted information is very innovative and foreign in the fact that I haven’t done research in the field it originated from. I know the typical response would be that the subconscious mind is at work, but I can’t stress enough that I have no prior exposure to the information to begin with.

I also believe that this pool explains how various inventions and ideas are released to the world at similar times by people who had no interaction with each other during development.

I can’t seem to understand at which dimension this information is obtained and think string theory could be the only capable tool to derive an answer. Do you think the shared information pool could be explained by quantum mechanics? If so, the transportation of information would need to jump from a higher dimension correct, maybe the 5th or higher? Either way, the ability to extract this information in this manner could be the answer to man’s ability to harness singularity with precision.

Any material you have would be appreciated as string theory seems to be the explanation of everything. I just hope consciousness does not fall outside of the realm of everything. That would be truly mind blowing.

Thanks,

Andrew

]]>If a quantum’s position can be labelled (3,3,3) compared to some chosen origin, this technically only holds for a single moment. The state of space changes and evolves from moment to moment, which means the quanta of the vacuum move about and mix, just like the molecules of air do. On macroscopic scales the averaged properties of that state may be smooth and appear continuous, but on microscopic scales it becomes more apparent. From a four-dimensional perspective the mixing of the quanta will appear related to brownian motion, but not exactly because four-dimensional perspectives are blind to the spacing of the quanta, they only reveal the relative arrangements. From an eleven-dimensional perspective the motions are deterministic, in the Bohmian trajectory sense.

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Someone had a question regarding the xyz coordinate of a particular space quantum. If its xyz position is (3,3,3) will it always be so, or is that quantum going to relocate to a different xyz coordinate? if so is that random brownian or by what method?

Thanks,

Jeff

I just watched your Ted talk and I find these ideas very interesting, and would also want to see some more math and theory. Would it be possible to get a copy of the book, it would be very apprieciated!

/linus

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