I like quantum theory because it's part of the science behind the well known phrase 'You create your own reality'. Most of what the math that has been done in this area has proven, however, are concepts that many of the world's oldest philosophical traditions (Eastern philosophies most of all), have known for literally thousands of years. That being said, it's still interesting to see how today's scientist work things out. I've been following the work of Nassim Haramein for a number of years now and in my opinion, his holistic approach to the unification of quantum theory and the theory of relativity is quite brilliant.
Since I'm well aware that many people don't take time to read books, I thought it would be fun to create a playlist about this subject. As I first had to select the videos and screen the content [..and since I also have a lot of other things to do], it took me well over a month to put the playlist together, but it was worth the time and effort.
The playlist starts with the do-re-mi of physics (i.e. what is an atom?, what is a molecule?) and ends with one of Nassim Haramein's presentations (6 hours well spent) about the above mentioned subjects. However, if you only have time to watch one video in the playlist, I can highly recommend Bruce Lipton's "The Biology Of Belief".
If you do like to read and science doesn't bore you to tears, as most people often complain, I can recommend the following literature:
– The Tao Of Physics by Fritjof Capra
– Mysticism And The New Physics by Michael Talbot
– The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot
– 'Seth Speaks' and 'The Nature Of Personal Reality' by Jane Roberts (..both containing a good amount of quantum theory)
The subject matter of the videos below increases in complexity as the playlist goes along, so if you make it all the way to the end, Bravo! 🙂