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The questions and articles posted below represent, in our opinion, some of the most
intriguing and dynamic areas of research at the moment. They are, however, merely 
a core sample we hope to build upon in the following months. If you have any 
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I. Toward a unified model of matter and consciousness











Also see   and   for illustrations of Topological GeometroDynamics (TGD)  concepts.  

Further papers on these two models available at:   (Topological Geometrodynamics)  (Alex Kaivarainen's homepage)



Ia. The Penrose-Hameroff model of Orchestrated Objective Reduction: is experience 
inherent in the physical world?

Ib. Non-linear dynamics and the brain: consciousness as an emergent phenomenon?










  • On the Methodology of EEG Analysis During altered States of Consciousness
    Emil Jovanov
    (Note: this is an embedded file - please search for title under the Link section 
    of 21st Archives)


  • "Thalamocortical foundations of conscious experience", James Newman



IIa. The slight problem of quantum mechanics

IIb. Superstrings versus spinor networks: toward a unified theory 






III. A Bohm/ Sheldrake paradigm: the Information field








IV. Parapsychology/ Alternative Medicine: moving past the credibility debate




  • The wave, probabilistic and linguistic representation of Cancer and HIV  
    Peter P. Gariaev, George G. Tertishny, Katherine A. Leonova












  • "Distant Intentionality and Healing"
    Larry Dossey, M.D.
    see Research Leads page





  • "An overview of microwave resonance therapy and EEG correlates of microwave 
    resonance relaxation and other consciousness altering techniques"
    D. Rakovic, Z. Jovanovic-Ignjatic, D. Radenovic, M. Tomasevic, E. Jovanov, V. Radivojevic, Z. Martinovic, P. Sukovic, M. Car, L. Skaric
    10th International Congress on Stress, Montreux, Switzerland, 1999



V. Yoga: is the threshold of transcendence truly impenetrable to analysis?


  • Very highly recommended:    "Zen and the brain", by James H. Austin, M.D. - for an 
    in-depth study of the short and long-term  neurophysiological changes associated with 
    meditation. MIT Press, 1998













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