Sci-Tech

Why Placing the Science of Consciousness in the Realm of “Pseudoscience” is Completely Absurd

Despite the fact that a tremendous amount of scientific research exists -from independent to peer-reviewed -that clearly shows a definitive link between consciousness and our physical material world, this type of study has remained controversial. Again, despite the wide range of substantiated scientifically valid results, it’s sometimes grouped in the realm of “pseudoscience.”

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Was the iPhone Made with ET Technology? [Video]

There is an increasing awareness of the possibility of highly classified military projects, who are developing technology that is kept hidden from the wider public. In this insightful video Dr Steven Greer discusses how these “black projects” are funded, partly through illegal activities and partly through the monetization of technologies discovered by studying downed extraterrestrial vehicles.

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The Rise of Online Harassment

Online harassment is a problem of epidemic proportions that is increasing around the world at an alarming rate. Frequently cloaked in anonymity and with an air of moral righteousness, online trolls and cyberstalkers reveal the worst side of human nature in their efforts to attack and suppress the expression of free will and freedom of belief.

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Why Psi Research is Taboo in the Scientific Establishment

For over 30 years the few scientists willing to publicly investigate para-psychological phenomena have been uncovering statistically significant evidence that paranormal abilities exist. However despite a majority of people believing these abilities are possible (including many scientists) there is a public taboo on para-psychological (or “Psi”) research. This insightful video and article by Dr Dean Radin explain why.

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Questions Raised About Psychosocial Impact of Virtual Reality Technology

With an abundance of recent press coverage featuring global thought-leaders extolling the virtues of virtual reality (VR) technology, it’s easy to get caught up in a utopian view of a society filled with VR tech. Fewer people are asking the tough questions, like whether VR technology could have wide ranging harmful psychosocial impacts throughout people’s lives, even for their spirituality.

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Consciousness Versus Computers

The coming “singularity” is heralded as a time of enormous spiritual significance. But can machines truly be spiritual? Are they free? Or are freedom and spirituality born from consciousness which machines sorely lack? In this insightful opinion piece Jon Rappoport explores whether consciousness is being negated and replaced with a technocratic religion as a subtle form of social control.

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New Tech Aims to Socialise, Influence and Interpret Our Dreams

Dreams have long remained a private domain, a personal doorway into the unconscious mind. As reported by Kieron Monks for CNN in 2014 however, neuroscientists and psychologists are now using smartphone and EEG technology to access, socialise and influence people’s dreams on a wide scale. Scientists have even developed the rudimentary ability to mechanically interpret dreamscapes based on brain activity.

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