Excerpts from the book, 'A New Science of Heaven' by Robert Temple:
“An important part of this analogy for our purposes is that if you break a hologram into bits, each bit will contain an image of the entire object. What David Bohm is saying is not only that the entire universe is a hologram, in the sense of being an unfolding of an intelligent ‘implicate order’ that underlies everything, but that this driving, ordering process is equally present everywhere in the Universe. It underlies our intelligence, the intelligence we see in animals and plants, and the “intelligence we saw in the movements of plasma near the start of his scientific journey, which we are now beginning to understand.”
“What Pylkkänen is pointing to here is that Bohm sees some of the bizarre behaviour described in quantum mechanics in the common human experience of consciousness. This is important for the main theme of this book because, as we have already noted, human brains (like quantum computers) contain complex plasma, and plasma may be a medium by which uncertain and bizarre quantum phenomena enter the human experience.”
“We have looked at various theories to explain how the drive to complexity arises in the Universe as whole, and which may be pertinent to the evolution of life in plasma. We looked at Prigogine’s theories of dissipative structures. There are theories of emergence and self-organization, which describe how complex things grow spontaneously and unpredictably so they become greater than the sum of their parts. And we looked at David Bohm’s theory of the Implicate Order, of an ordering faculty that lies beneath the universal fields we know about.
How might complex dusty plasmas be “intelligent – like plants, humans or quantum computers are intelligent?”