Scientists Discover Biophotons In The Brain That Could Hint Our Consciousness Is Directly Linked To Light. We are having a New Moon in Virgo on September 17th.
This is initiating a 29.5 day lunar cycle and new wave of energy for the coming month; however, the astrological configurations mentioned in this article will be more prominent over the following two weeks. This cycle will include a Full Moon in Aries on October 1st/2nd. Virgo season began on August 22nd/23rd, nearly a month prior to this Lunation, and will end on September 22nd/23rd when Libra season begins. However, his New Moon will still carry some of its Virgo themes into the first eight days of Libra season prior to the Full Moon.
This is a good period of working with and co-creating with the energies of this sign. Virgo is about problem solving, adjusting to changing conditions, and coming up with solutions. Mars began its retrograde a week prior to this New Moon which will last until mid-November. New Moon Trine Saturn & Quincunx Mars Retrograde New Moon Square Lunar Nodes, Mercury Square Jupiter. Scientists Discover Biophotons In The Brain That Could Hint Our Consciousness Is Directly Linked To Light. Scientists Discover That The Soul Doesn't Die, It Goes Back To The Universe. According to two leading scientists, the human brain is in fact a ‘biological computer’ and the consciousness of humans is a program run by the quantum computer located inside the brain that even continues to exist after we die.
As experts explain it; “after people die, their soul comes back to the universe, and it does not die.” The debate about the existence of the soul and whether it is immortal or dies with the person is an endless story that for centuries has occupied the time of the great thinkers of universal history. Its mysterious nature continues to fascinate different areas of science, but now a group of researchers has discovered a new truth about it: the “soul” does not die; it returns to the universe. Since 1996, Dr. Their provocative theory states that the human soul is be contained by the brain cells in structures inside them called micro-tubules. Find Out More > This process is named by the two scientists “Orchestrated Objective Reduction – (Orch-OR)“.
An Ancient Virus May Be Responsible for Human Consciousness. You've got an ancient virus in your brain.
In fact, you've got an ancient virus at the very root of your conscious thought. Though it may sound surprising that bits of human genetic code come from viruses, it's actually more common than you might think: A review published in Cell in 2016 found that between 40 and 80 percent of the human genome arrived from some archaic viral invasion. [Unraveling the Human Genome: 6 Molecular Milestones] That's because viruses aren't just critters that try to make a home in a body, the way bacteria do. Instead, as Live Science has previously reported, a virus is a genetic parasite. But the new papers take things a step further. Shortly after a synapse fires, the viral gene known as Arc comes to life, writing its instructions down as bits of mobile genetic code known as RNA, the researchers found. RNA is DNA's messenger and agent in the world outside the cell's nucleus.
Bizarrely, Arc seems to have made the jump from virus to animal more than once. Consciousness: Eight questions science must answer. Consciousness is at once the most familiar and the most mysterious feature of our existence.
A new science of consciousness is now revealing its biological basis. Once considered beyond the reach of science, the neural mechanisms of human consciousness are now being unravelled at a startling pace by neuroscientists and their colleagues. I've always been fascinated by the possibility of understanding consciousness, so it is tremendously exciting to witness – and take part in – this grand challenge for 21st century science. Here are eight key questions that neuroscientists are now addressing: 1. The brain contains about 90 billion neurons, and about a thousand times more connections between them. But consciousness isn't just about having a large number of neurons. Current hot topics include the role of the brain's densely connected frontal lobes, and the importance of information flow between regions rather than their activity per se. 2. 3. 4.