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Did Erwin Schrödinger say there is only one mind in the universe?

Blogger Hendrik Wintjen writes: Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger is known for the phrase “The total number of minds in the universe is one. In fact, consciousness is a singularity phasing ...
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Did Scientists Teleport A Photon From Earth To Orbit For The First Time?

This news article makes a wild claim about what has been achieved using a Chinese satellite. In what is a world first, scientists have managed to teleport an object from Earth to orbit using a ...
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Can China's "Quantum Satellite" transmit messages faster than light?

In the past days, the launch of a Chinese "Quantum Satellite" was widely reported in world news. Most articles seem to agree that the satellite is part of an experiment to demonstrate Quantum Key ...
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Has the CERN LHC Muon Detector caused mini singularities within Earths atmosphere?

"Something very interesting happened at CERN recently – they had an accident. The accident created a “rainbow” universe. What does this mean, exactly? CERN actually created a universe for 2.6 ...
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Can meditators collapse Quantum Systems at a distance?

I've just found this article, which links to this study, Consciousness and the double-slit interference pattern: Six experiments, which says, By contrast, factors associated with consciousness, ...
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Are our minds quantum entangled with people we are (emotionally) close to?

I came to know about the extended mind from the following presentation by Rupert Sheldrake who presented his research at Google TechTalk. The link to the video Sheldrake claims that the horizon of ...
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Is D-Wave Systems's "D-Wave One" a quantum computer?

D-Wave Systems claim to have produced the first commercial quantum computer: The company's flagship product, the D-Wave One, is built around a novel type of superconducting processor that uses ...
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