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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2017.15.1.971

Quantum-Assisted Process of Disembody Under Near-Death Conditions: An Informational-Field Support Model

Florin Gaiseanu

Abstract


Following the evolution of the concept of information as one of the fundamental components of the universe and analysing the last discoveries of the quantum physics, it is defined the informational (mass free) field of the matter. On this basis and taking into account the informational nature of the mind activity, it is defined an info-creational based model monitoring the human body, associated/connected to matter/antimatter binary system of the universe, allowing to show that the near-death experiences like disembody of information from the non-living matter (brain), time retrovision back to the infancy, peace, detachment and absorbing tube, could be deduced as consequences of such a system, explaining them in its specific terms.

Keywords


near-death experiences; disembody; matter/antimatter; informational field; entropic/antientropic.

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