Sunday, September 11, 2016

Rob on Jeff Richards in VR Part Two

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In Part Two we get into a metaphysical discussion of ghosts and spirits, and the implications of Everett's Many Worlds Interpretation within the concepts of consciousness and meeting other versions of yourself when you die. We then discuss Dawkins' "River Out of Eden" as evidence of how patterns exist outside of our physical bodies in the same way that my project proposes that consciousness can exist outside/before/after the body that it inhabits. Graham Hancock's Supernatural and David Jay Brown's The New Science of Psychedelics also come up in the discussion of there being evidence of there being more to our reality than the 4D space-time we see around us.

Monday, September 5, 2016

Rob on Jeff Richards Show in VR - Part One

A direct link to the video below is at
If you're on a mobile device and this movie is not displaying properly for you, please try opening the above link in your YouTube app. If you have a headset such as Google Cardboard, you can put this movie into Cardboard display mode and feel like you're actually in the room with us!

Here's the Facebook page for Jeff's show:
This is Part One of an hour long interview that covers a wide range of topics, seems like a great way to help celebrate the tenth anniversary of Imagining the Tenth Dimension!

In Part One, we talk about how each of us can be thought of as a spime, or a space-time object, but that we can see ourselves also as a probabilistic cloud. We discuss how physicist Kip Thorne as the scientific advisor on Christopher Nolan's Interstellar, has told us that our reality comes from the fifth dimension, and Einstein accepted the idea of our reality being resolved at the fifth dimension when it was proposed to him way back in 1921!

We also discuss Tegmark's Ultimate Ensemble concept, the amazing processes that create our universe or any other from that background sea of information, and the intuitive ideas that began this project for me back at the age of seven.

Enjoy the journey,

Rob Bryanton

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