Rehabilitation of Mind
Quantum Physics as a Bridge Between Mechanistic and Non-Mechanistic Science
- by Marcus Schmieke
Is the mind able to control a ball?
In classical physics, this is unthinkable. In classical physics, the mind is regarded as a product of tangible processes taking place mainly in the brain.
Quantum physics, however, has broken this deterministic worldview. By calculating probabilities, it can also capture observations that were previously regarded as subjective reality. From this point, it is only a small step for the Vedic physicist and philosopher Marcus Schmieke to the assumption that mind can influence physical processes and time is not linear.