Friday, January 14, 2005

Hi Mel and Robby and others

Thanks for the blog posts. Currently I am in Portland, OR having just finished a lecture on some new and great ideas coming from quantum physics. I am already thinking about my next book project, and the ideas are still being formulated. If you wish to send me an email just do so to fred@fredalanwolf.com. Also do check out my web page www.fredalanwolf.com for all information about what I’m up to these days. I’ll be on the road until Jan 23rd.

4 Comments:

Blogger Robby said...

You're in Portland? That's where I am from. If you would like to meetup for lunch/dinner or anything... drop me an email @ robbyrussell@gmail.com.

Hope to see you next Saturday in Seattle!

-Robby

January 14, 2005 at 1:28 PM  
Blogger Robby said...

Weird question.... but are you a vegetarian?

If so, why or why not?

January 15, 2005 at 4:38 PM  
Blogger Nina Tanchanco said...

Hello Mr. Wolf,

Pardon the intrusion but since we are in topic of new ideas, I would also like to share mine.

I am Niña from the Philippines and I'm a Roman Catholic. I guess there is truth in saying that I have been conditioned to a dogma that doesn’t really allow for much freedom because everything is dictated and outlined.

I am so fascinated about science and the new discoveries that continually emerge. Since most experiments are private, I would like to inquire if there already is an explanation to a theory I’ve long had since I studied science as a subject.

Quantum physics teaches us that we construct our own reality. In that case, heaven or hell is a state of mind. I believe that a man’s final thoughts before he dies are very crucial in determining his “eternal” state of mind (call it soul, if you will) because the brain is currently wiring a concept, a thought, imprinting a current reality in the experiencer’s life. Case in point, when a man dies violently, his soul will also be in a state of violence. Ergo there are poltergeists, or forces of energy that wreak havoc and chaos similarly. When a person dies in a state of love, “heaven” is reached by the soul. When a person dies a sudden death, his spirit roams the earth not knowing it/he is already dead.

When a man dies, energy lives on. A thought has no matter, hence it can be equated to a concentrated bit of energy, which continues to live on independent of matter. So it is from this theory that I ask, are souls also mystical concentrations of energy that are a product of concentrated thought?

October 2, 2005 at 11:14 PM  
Blogger J C Clark said...

thank you Fred for helping us learn the secret

your J C Clark

May 14, 2007 at 5:22 AM  

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