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“Suppose time is a circle, bending back on itself. The world repeats itself, precisely, endlessly.”
― Alan Lightman, Einstein's Dreams
The universe, just what is it? just what is our habitual universe, with everything from the smallest bug on this planet, to the enormous VY Canis Majoris, in which you could fit 9.3 billion of our suns inside it. Just the mysteries of our universe go vastly beyond that of size and structure.
The universe is filled with the marvellous creation of life and even the mere fact that we are humans who can ask and even answer some of the questions in the universe, is mind blowing. We rather forget that reaching out towards the limits of our human imagination we forget about what we have already found out which in itself is amazing.
Well we once again ask some of the deeper most powerful questions about the universe in the hope of finding out more about this incredible universe and beyond it, with the incredible Alan Lightman.
- How having a more creative outlook on life translate over to helping you answer the bigger questions.?
- Poetry and expressing your thoughts about the universe
- The Spiritual Universe
- Tanscendental experiences
- Connected with something bigger than yourself & What these moments provide for us
- Opening up neural Pathways to the mystreys of life
- Multiple universes vs Multiple spiritual universes
- Next scientific breakthroughs
- Technology that can actually capture a dream, or out body experience or psychedelic experience
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Alan Paige Lightman is an American physicist, writer, and social entrepreneur. In his scientific work, he has made fundamental contributions to the astrophysics of black holes and to the behavior of matter and radiation under conditions of extreme temperatures and densities. He has served on the faculties of Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and is currently professor of the practice of the humanities at MIT. He is widely known as the author of the international bestseller Einstein's Dreams. Einstein's Dreams has been adapted into dozens of independent theatrical productions and is one of the most widely used "common books" on college campuses. Lightman's novel The Diagnosis was a finalist for the National Book Award. Lightman was the first professor at MIT to receive a joint appointment in the sciences and the humanities. He is the recipient of five honorary degrees. He is also the founder of the Harpswell Foundation, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to advance a new generation of women leaders in Southeast Asia.
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