“It means: individual lives are not just interdependent – one depends on the other and on all of them together. This dependence has the most reliable basis…” – THE PLACE OF QUARANTINE
“It means the following,” Nestor somewhat comically waved his hands. “It means: individual lives are not just interdependent – one depends on the other and on all of them together. This dependence has the most reliable basis. The cloud of B Objects is a self-organized system that does not develop randomly but in accordance with a global principle. This fact does not allow us to predict each individual fate. But it does confirm: none of the collisions and intersections of our lives are governed by chance. This is the true basis of causality. This is, if you like, the mathematical root of karma…”
“Things happen for a reason…” I mumbled and suddenly exclaimed, “Please, Nestor, this attractor – can I have a look at it? Can you draw it for me – even if only roughly, inexactly?”
Nestor frowned, “I would have liked to prolong the intrigue, but there’s no point: you, of course, have already guessed. Yes, your ‘face of thought’ looks exactly like the attractor defining the evolution of the Cloud of B Objects – that is, of the entirety of our destinies. We, by the way, use a weightier name; we call it the fundamental ellipsoid!”
A stupid grin spread across my face. I gave out a short laugh and shook my head, not even trying to fully understand what I had heard. Nestor paused, enjoying my bewilderment, then assumed a dignified air and said, “Let’s go over that again. The above is so important that we need to dwell on it in detail. So… According to ‘Theo’s theory,’ our thoughts and memories are dynamic processes. The brain sequentially passes through a multitude of states thanks to the interplay between the quantum system of dipoles and the macroscopic network of neurons. This dynamic, portrayed in the phase space, is a movement along ‘chaotic’ trajectories, around a typical ‘chaotic’ attractor. It is precisely this dynamic principle that allows the brain, on the one hand, to produce efficiently the proper thought, association or memory at the first, not even very distinct, hint, and, on the other, to hold on to it, concentrate on it and not be distracted, despite the constant bombardment by a multitude of various signals. Is that correct?…” – THE PLACE OF QUARANTINE
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He didn’t expect to wake up dead. Now he wants to prove the afterlife exists. Is there any hope that our memory and consciousness remain intact after death?
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