I'm not sure how seriously to take this. I think it may be just be a hoax to sell his book. Dr. Robert Lanza, the greatest scientist in the world? I think there are a lot of scientists who would disagree. It is a big leap from saying that the observer changes the states of atomic particle-waves to saying that we can change space and time with our minds. I think this guy is full of it. He is just trying to cash in on a market of gullible readers by telling them what they would like to hear. He says for instance: "Amazingly, if we accept a life-created reality, it all becomes simple to understand, and you can explain some of the biggest puzzles of science. " Actually, this has the opposite effect. It creates more puzzles and doesn't really solve any. For one thing, we have the problem of consciousness. What is it? Where does it come from? How is it related to space and time? How can it change them? Etc., etc. I would not be too quick to take this as any kind of a scientific justification of the teachings of the Gita.
The Huffington Post ought to be renamed the Puffington Host.
Last Edit: Feb 15, 2011 12:06:44 GMT -6 by Nitaidas