Fred Alan Wolf - Physics, Spirit, Soul, Matter, and Self





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Published on Apr 26, 2011

Fred Alan Wolf joins Dr. Rita Louise on Just Energy Radio to discuss the nature quantum of the universe, the implications of time, parallel worlds & multiverses.

About Fred Alan Wolf
Fred Alan Wolf is a physicist, writer, and lecturer who earned his Ph.D. in theoretical physics at UCLA in 1963. He continues to write, lecture throughout the world, and conduct research on the relationship of quantum physics to consciousness. He is the author of 11 books including Taking the Quantum Leap , Parallel Universes , The Dreaming Universe , and his latest book Time-loops and Space-twists How God Created the Universe.

Comments • 7

Mark Callaghan
i wish this guy all the luck in the world, i hope he finds his marbles soon
Coach John
+Mark Callaghan It seems you're talking to yourself Mark. Rests case
Mark Callaghan
So you saw the video of this fruitcake and agree with it? It would be depressing enough in a younger man with undeveloped critical faculties. I fear all hope is lost,  for someone as elderly as yourself to believe such obvious lunacy.
William Ziegler
Nice show. Good interview. I'll listen twice.
Jennifer Curry
Thank you Dr. Quantum. Finally got Self Liberation Through Seeing With Naked Awareness early this year. Mhm.
Kaija Runa
THis is Fantastic! THanks for the interview Dr. Louise and Dr. Wolf. I am using these concepts to develop my show The Mythic Huntress.. I THink you might be interested when we get the pilot you will love it.! THanks again>!
Theo Anastos
Very Good video! But there is no light or God in kabbala and in the bible.
@katrastrophy AND so many things at once ( in a place where time does not exist at least in a sense we understand completely). There is so much we don't or won't ever understand for we do not have the apparatus or mind for it. (yet)
Kinda hard to pin down an explanation to something that is always changing even in "nature".

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