The Conscious Universe: Nonlocality and Its Implications

Author(s): David L Ryan.

This article advances the idea that nonlocality is a central and defining feature of the Universe. Long held at arm’s length and often ignored and loathed whenever it is encountered, nonlocality has re-emerged time and again to vex physicists all throughout the history of scientific endeavor, but far from making science impossible or incomprehensible, nonlocality may provide the scaffolding that brings the comprehensible universe into being in the first place. It is against such backdrop of procedural interconnectedness, that the case is made for rudimentary and not so rudimentary forms of awareness between all things, which abstract as they are, might nonetheless form the basis of reality and an answer to the seeming disorder and apparent randomness of the Universe.

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