12 April 2018 | Your Stories
Professor Bernard Carr is a professor of mathematics and astronomy at the Queen Mary University of London. He studied under Stephen Hawking and earned his doctorate at Cambridge. This is not a man to make up mumbo-jumbo to gain attention, nor is he in the habit of spouting half-baked theories about ghosts and aliens fabricated from baseless speculation.
So when Professor Carr says that paranormal activity is real and that it’s actually happening in another dimension, it’s important not to dismiss him as yet another conspiracy theorist trying to become internet famous.
In a talk at the Euro-PA Conference, Carr explained why we shouldn’t be too quick to dismiss so-called paranormal events. Carr believes that there’s a hierarchical structure to the dimensions – many of which we cannot perceive – but that the human consciousness is able to periodically perceive events that are occurring on planes of existence that we are otherwise usually unable to interpret.
Consciousness is a difficult concept to nail down. Philosophers have been debating the matter for centuries. Scientists have likewise attempted to formulate a definitive explanation for what enables us to think and reason as human beings. Click here to read the full article and discover more.
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