Hyperspace, Consciousness, and TimewithBernard Carr

Books Mentioned In This Interview

euclid elements of geometry maor the pythagorean theorem weyl the concept of a riemann surface tent the prince of mathematics: carl friedrich gauss haskell understanding special relativity and maxwell's equations kisak minkowski space: a four-dimensional manifold becker string theory and m-theory plato the allegory of the cave more enchiridion ethicum abbott flatland zollner transcendental physics hinton speculations on the fourth dimension ouspensky the fourth dimension rauscher the holographic, anthropic, multiverse saul-paul sirag adex theory: how the ade coxeter graphs unify mathematics and physics beichler to die for meier atom and archetype broad the mind and its place in nature broad lectures on psychical research smythies analysis of perception smythies the walls of plato's cave kisak hilbert space koestler the ghost in the machine upton sinclair mental radio kafatos the non-local universe lockhart the subtle energy body radin entangled minds goswami the self-aware universe walker the physics of consciousness stapp quantum theory and free will mishlove the roots of consciousness price philosophical interactions with parapsychology jourdan near death jourdan deadline

Bernard Carr, PhD, is emeritus professor of mathematics and astronomy at Queen Mary University of London. He is coauthor of the book Quantum Black Holes and he is also editor of the anthology Universe or Multiverse? He is a past-president of the Society for Psychical Research and is also currently president of the Scientific and Medical Network.

Here he shares his thinking about how consciousness and psychic phenomena can best be integrated into theoretical physics. He describes the history of thinking regarding hyperspace as well as his own preferred models of consciousness. He also shares some insights into the nature of time and the “specious present” that we experience as human organisms.

(Recorded on July 24, 2020)

Mishlove, The Roots of Consciousness (second edition) – https://amzn.to/3k5k3Lw

Published on August 28, 2020