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What would Swedenborg say about Quantum Foam?

First of all, Swedenborg would say that it is currently a flawed concept issuing from those working in a purely materialistic/scientific arena and that their ideas about the universe are now backing them into a wall. Quantum foam is a … Continue reading

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Quantum Cooperation

One of the biggest challenges faced by quantum physicists today is understanding how a distribution of possibilities leads to a definite measureable result. This situation is called the “collapse of the wavepacket,” or the measurement problem. How does the indeterminacy … Continue reading

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The deeper you probe reality, the more perfection increases itself

This idea, which was greatly promoted by the scientist/theologian Emanuel Swedenborg, can be readily verified when we put various natural objects under a microscope. New wonders open up to us when we examine more interior levels of structure. Such thinking … Continue reading

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Quantum Immortality?

One of the most irksome problems facing physicists today is understanding how measureable outcomes emerge from out of a quantum microworld where a multitude of possibilities simultaneously co-exist in a fog of virtual activity. This problem goes hand in hand … Continue reading

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Zero-Point Energy and Love

Current science (and quantum physics) describes zero-point energy as that which suggests a vacuum is not empty but that something always fluctuates or “jiggles” at any tiny point within a vacuum. If God created the world and God’s infinite activity … Continue reading

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A Scientific Journey Towards Heaven

One of the reasons the Swedenborgian movement has failed to capture the world’s imagination is that it has placed most of its poker chips on Swedenborg’s theological writings. Unfortunately, science rules the debate in our post-modern world. Sensing this, some … Continue reading

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Did Jesus promote ignorance or did He try to stretch our neurons?

One of the big reasons scientists have problems with religion is that it seems to promote ignorance. In other words, the strength of a person’s faith is measured by “belief,” in the absence of intellectual investigation. Scientists like to have … Continue reading

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LOVE

We all experience love. We all acknowledge the importance of love in our lives. According to scientist/theologian Emanuel Swedenborg, the essence of love is to unite. When we love our children, our spouse, our neighbor, our country, our planet, we … Continue reading

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Love and the Quantum Physicist

There once was a physicist named Phil who loved to contemplate on the significance of the discoveries made in quantum physics concerning fundamental reality. Phil had always concerned himself with fundamental issues but he felt he now needed to form … Continue reading

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Can God play a governing role in a universe maintained by scientific laws?

The quick answer is “yes.” But the problem with such a question is that it assumes that scientists have got it right. According to scientist/theologian, Emanuel Swedenborg, God is law and order itself. Therefore, God does not violate scientific laws … Continue reading

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