Distributed unconsciousness (DU) is the idea/conjecture that there exists a massive distribution of quantum information that instantly permeates everything in the entire multiverse’s D3brane (discuss). The term was used in Michael J. Trout’s book The Natural Taoist It developed out of his philosophic ponderings of God and religion, and its association with quantum mechanics, String theory, braneworld cosmology theory, Plato’s idea of inherent knowledge, Jung’s concept of collective unconscious; the idea of Gaia Theory from the earth sciences movement as applied to an understanding of the universe and Schopenhauer universal unconscious “will” permeating all things.
What is the simple unifying string tying science and religion together?
He proposes the multiverse, not just man (collective unconsciousness) or Earth (Gaia Hypothesis), is in fact a massive holographic data network distributing quanta information throught the D3brane multiverse via small dimensional string hubs. Currently, quantum mechanics M-theory proposes the universe is a D3 brane to which nearly all particles are tied by one end of their quantum “string”. These strings are akin to musical notes that vibrate in a defining fashion due to influences of minute dimensional hubs. It is theorized that these strings define the nature and type of every type of wave-particle in existence. Gravitons are thought to be closed loop strings drifting between eleven or so proposed dimensions. The DU concept proposes that there exists a distributive unconsciousness holographic data field connecting everything together in our holographic universe. This data, yet to be defined, moved instantaneously, something akin the recall of a memory, thought or ideas.
According to Trout, other names given to the distributed unconscious include: God, Holy Spirit, ultimate spirit, holomovement, ESP, Brahman, Atman, Dharma, Karma, Shiva, Visnu, Tao, Qi, Nirvana, Heaven, Socrates’ truth, Divine, the Eternal, Mother Earth-Gaia, spirituality etc…
seems the unreliable wiki is the only place to find this on the web, let us search this further
I agree that this is the meme that the riders of the storm travel
This entry was posted on April 30, 2012 by The Novelty Portal. It was filed under consciousness, metaphysical, philosophy, science, strange science and was tagged with consciousness, metaphysical, philosophy, science, unconscioussness.