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the possible extinction of the human species. Building on the quantum view of the cosmos, which accepts a non-local, entangled reality in which observers


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conclusion that our own very existence has no meaning. We suggest that percep- ô


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consciousness, including our very brains, are not the source of consciousness. We suggest rigorous testing of this radically different ontol- ogy. We feel a holistic sci- ence that does not separate


observer from that which is observed would lead to the unraveling of the mysteries of the universe which pres- ently seem beyond reach, leading to an understanding of a conscious universe in which all are differentiated activi- ô3


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nothing other than consciousness and its manifestations. We believe this is the most reasonable and rational ap- \


Deepak Chopra MD, FACP, (left) is founder of The Chopra Foun- dation and co-founder of The Chopra Center for Wellbeing. He is the author of more than 85 books translated into over 43 languages, including numerous New York Times bestsellers, and he is co-author with Rudolph Tanzi of the international bestsellers, ( (


ï ­ ï ï ï1I Menas C. Kafatos, Ph.D., (center) an internationally acclaimed


quantum physicist and cosmologist, is a Professor of Computational Physics at Chapman University, He has authored over 315 articles


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and is author or editor of 15 books, including )öï (Springer) and " House).


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1 * Pï 1ï 3 % (Theosophical Publishing Rudolph E. Tanzi, Ph.D. (right) is a Professor of Neurology at


Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital and an internationally acclaimed expert on Alzheimers disease and neuro- genetics. He is the author of over 500 articles and the co-author with Deepak Chopra of (


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