Brian FitzGibbon

Sentience Physics

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This revolutionary book postulates the existence of Sentience Physics, a third form of physics that is exclusive to life forms and human life in particular.
22 proven phenomena (grouped into three categories) that are unable to be explained by classical physics are detailed from opposing points of view in layman's terms. The sections on the proofs of their validity and what precisely can't be explained are particularly impressive. The first group consists of little-known and mysterious aspects of phenomena that bring about changes to and healing of the human mind and body. They are Acupuncture, TENS machines, Kirlian Photography, Placebos, Hypnosis, NLP, Spontaneous Remissions, Faith Healing and Stigmata.
Next are seemingly impossible human abilities such as Feats of Savants, Automatic Writing, Mental Telepathy, Clairvoyance, Precognition, and Psychokinesis. Finally are human-related natural phenomena such as The Aura, Near-Death-Experiences, Reincarnation, Crisis Apparitions, Communicating with Spirits, Poltergeists, and Demonic Possession and Exorcism.
Also included in this exciting, well-structured, easy-to-read book are various theories in explanation of these phenomena. It concludes with a statement of the theory of Sentience Physics and a petition to the world's Academies of Science to recognize and legitimize these phenomena and the colossal body of existing research going back over 150 years. Readers are encouraged to participate in the petition.
An audacious book which mounts a major assault on what it calls the Citadel of Classic Physics. It challenges science to move on from its present untenable and unrealistic attitude and accept the reality of Sentience Physics. This will bring many important benefits to humankind as well as opening an exciting new frontier that will significantly advance our understanding of the true nature of life

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