Why Source Science May Be the Key to Understanding Human Potential
Doug Matzke & William A. Tiller
The human species is special because we contain general intelligence. Engineers believe they can build computerized artificial intelligent (AI) versions of human behaviors, because they believe our brains are classical computers. But, humans are Real Intelligent (RI) living systems that exhibit many extraordinary behaviors that are not possible to produce by purely classical mechanisms of any kind. Extraordinary behaviors are also exhibited by advanced quantum computing (QC) machines, thereby creating a technology race and investment boom in both AI and QC technologies. The deep reality explored by this book combines these two ideas (QC + AI) in a conversational style between two world renowned PhD scientists. We propose that our quantum minds exist independently of and interact with our individual brains. We support this model by reviewing the research where people have directly interacted with other quantum and probabilistic systems.
Our source science model proposes that thought is intimately connected to the science of informational protophysics, which is the quantum source of our universe and every “thing” in it. This narrative journey recognizes that information, thought, and meaning are primarily dependent on the hyperdimensional states used by both neural and quantum computing. Just like all quantum models, source science leads to extraordinary understanding regarding the space-like entangled nature of thoughts, meaning, emotions, space, and time. After describing our deep, holistic, intimate, and sacred nature, we conclude by making unexpected predictions about our human potential and the future of our human society.
Praise for Deep Reality
“This remarkable book is a fresh look at the connections between science and spirituality. Written in an easy-flowing conversational style, it dives deep into what authors Matzke and Tiller call ‘Source Science.’ Fully grasping the implications of their expansive view of reality will make your head spin. Deep Reality is not for the faint of heart or those with rigid heads, but it is heartily recommended for everyone else.” —Dean Radin, PhD
Chief Scientist, Institute of Noetic Sciences, and Distinguished Professor, California Institute of Integral Studies.
“Powerful, paradigm changing information that all scientists and those interested in the evolution of thought must read.” —Dr. Ervin Laszlo
author of Science and the Akashic Field
“Deep Reality is a fascinating and thought-provoking exploration of the nature of reality. The authors weave together science from a diverse array of disciplines to challenge many commonly held assumptions about consciousness, life/death, artificial intelligence, the power of thoughts, and beyond. It is this sort of open-minded discussion that will usher in a more comprehensive scientific framework than the reigning (and deeply flawed) materialist paradigm.” —Mark Gober
Author of An End to Upside Down Thinking and Board member at the Institute of Noetic Sciences
“Fascinating … Matzke and Tiller’s Deep Reality is like a rich and splendid conversation with two learned friends probing quantum science and hyperdimensional space. Their sharing is like a devotional exercise weaving timeless truths with what we know about the science of quantum mechanics. It engages the mind and the heart, to the ultimate benefit of both.” —Nisha J. Manek, MD
Author, Bridging Science and Spirit: The Genius of William A. Tiller’s Physics and the Promise of Information Medicine
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