Science, Computers & Technology - Articles

Most scientists so focused on their research and getting the funding they will need that they downplay or hide any negative consequences of their work. This is why scientists need to be supervised by those with a wider vision that can speak for humanity. [more →]
The universe is not underpinned by energy but by information, and more specifically holographic quantum codes that create the spacetime universe that we know. What is more, these same quantum codes strangely model stock market behaviour as well! [more →]
Is the universe a giant cosmic computer? Are we living in a computer simulation? Can consciousness be simulated? If reality is an illusion, how do we wake up to what is real? This is an open-minded exploration of some of these issues. [more →]
The implications of Princeton's research which confirms that consciousness can directly affect Random Number Generators (RNGs) goes far beyond mind-over-matter considerations, overturning basic assumptions about causality and also questioning probability. [more →]
History reminds us that what is scientific truth today probably won't be tomorrow, and yet as a society we adopt meaningless science as our main social paradigm because it is 'true', regardless of the destructive consequences of those beliefs. [more →]
Skepticism is just another form of religious fanaticism — a rejection of anything that threatens established orthodox belief systems. Skeptics are individuals intolerant of new perspectives, and therefore enemies of progress and discovery. [more →]
Are you tired of having your experiences and spiritual beliefs dismissed by those more scientifically-minded? Are scientists attacking you for being "unscientific" and illogical? It is time to learn some mental Kung Fu. [more →]
The internet is Free Speech's greatest exponent in modern times, and yet, as a society, we are allowing big business to take control of it, a process that is eroding the expression and very definition of free speech. [more →]
As long as we try to justify or explain our spiritual experiences with scientific philosophies we only bury ourselves deeper in ignorance by clutching to the illusion of understanding. [more →]
Quacks and quackbusters may have disparate beliefs but both share the same blind certainty in their own truth. AP examines the the limits of science and the myth of certainty. [more →]
Mindless Alternatives
John Smith—07/2005
Just because a system is alternative does not automatically give it credibility or equivalence to established orthodoxies — most alternatives out there are pretty mindless. [more →]
The Quantum Reality Map
John Smith—12/2004
With the recent release of the film "What The Bleep Do We Know?", quantum theory is once again in the public imagination. Here is a short rundown of the philosophical implications of the quantum reality map. [more →]
The reaction of a former Gregg Braden fan to a lecture he gave at London's Alternatives on the 29th March 2004 promoting his latest book, The God Code. [more →]