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Editorial: A Look at the Future and an Open Call for Scientific Community

 
What we call science is the systematization of information obtained from nature. Nature has had its own laws from the beginning. Some of these laws are easy to express, while others stretch our understanding and even our sense of logic. Our efforts to understand nature and its workings, that is our production of scientific knowledge, will never end. We may never truly understand the workings of nature, or get close to the real truth. Therefore, it is ridiculous to behave as if we knew all of the workings of nature and to say “this is not scientific, it is in conflict with the (known) laws of science”. The clearest example of this is when we see the workings of quantum physics in biological structures. When nature is working, it does not know the laws of our science and doesn’t even take notice of them. Nature even sometimes winks at us with “anomalies”. We learn from nature but we cannot impose on nature the laws we have learned from it.  
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NeuroQuantology March 2017, Volume 15, Issue 1

 
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Posted: 2017-03-27
 

NeuroQuantology, December 2016, Volume 14, Issue 4

 
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Posted: 2016-12-22
 

NeuroQuantology September 2016, Volume 14, Issue 3

 
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Posted: 2016-09-28
 

NeuroQuantology March 2016, Volume 14, Issue 2

 
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Posted: 2016-06-08
 

Special Issue, June 2016: Health, Healing & Consciousness

 
This special edition by guest editors, Cheryl L. Fracasso, Kaleb R. Smith, and Stanley Krippner, presents 22 articles that cover a vast array of interdisciplinary and multicultural views on health, healing, and consciousness. The reader is sure to be intrigued, as cutting edge models of consciousness are presented, along with original research that examines the effectiveness of various mind/body healing methods ranging from yoga, meditation, Aikido, and medicinal drumming, to the use of psychedelics for healing, and many other thought provoking topics.  
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NeuroQuantology Issue March 2016, Volume 14, Issue 1

 
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Posted: 2016-04-11
 

NeuroQuantology Issue December 2015, Volume 13, Issue 4

 
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Posted: 2015-12-30
 
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Vol 16, No 11 (2018)

Table of Contents

Articles

Subjective Time in Neuropsychology vis-a-vis the Objective Time of Physics PDF
Rajat Kumar Pradhan, Asima Tripathy
Hazardous Genomic Bioeffects of Home Wi-Fi Systems PDF
Sevgi Durna Dastan, Sinan Soylu, Halime Hanım Pence, Bülent Uyanık, Mustafa Duman, Atilla Kurt, Taner Daştan, Aydin Zilan, Mustafa Turan
Effect of the Cooperative Learning with Family Involvement Based Science Education on the Scientific Process Skills of 5-6-Year-Old Children PDF
Ayşegül Ulutaş, Mehmet Kanak
Do Reincarnation-type Cases Involve Consciousness Transfer? PDF
James Paul Pandarakalam
A Quantum Coherence-Recoherence-Based Model of Reality PDF
Carlos Eduardo Maldonado
A Physical Biology, the Electron Neutrino Mass, and the role of Quantum Mechanics in Nature PDF
Maurice Goodman
Unified Field Theory Based on Bijective Methodology PDF
Amrit Sorli, Santanu Kumar Patro, Davide Fiscaletti
The Emergence of Mind as a Quantum Field Phenomenon PDF
Contzen Pereira, J Shashi Kiran Reddy
Using Cooperative Learning to Overcome Students’ Misconceptions about Fractions PDF
Elizabeth Julius, Abdul Halim Abdullah, Ting Yann Yann, Mahani Mokhtar, Sharifah Nurarfah S. Abd Rahman
The Impact of Electromagnetic Field on Conditioned Reflex Memory PDF
Khatuna Dondoladze, Marina Nikolaishvili, Tea Museliani, Gogi Jikia, David Zurabashvili

Opinion and Perspectives

Meditation as a Preventive Sleep Medicine PDF
J. Shashi Kiran Reddy, Sisir Roy

Philosophy of Consciousness and Mind

Functionalist Counterargument Against Nonemergent Theories of Consciousness (Physicalism and Nonemergent Panprotopsychism) PDF
Alexander Kiselnikov


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