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This internationally known physicist has developed a theory of quantum physics which addresses the totality of existence, including matter and consciousness, as an unbroken whole. The late Bohm's concept of "implicate order" provides a basis for bridging science to the realm of spirit. For two decades he explored this possibility with J. Krishnamurti, the famed religious teacher.
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I now intend to work through the rest in the series. Fascinating, more so in 2020

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  • Howard K. Crampton, Jr.
  • 02-09-19

Insightful!

When I listen to David Bohm I experience a resonance - a wholeness - that is Truth.

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  • Michael
  • 15-01-12

Now about Physics, but about mysticism

This is an interview of David Bohm on a radio program that focus on new age topics. There is only a little about physics in this interview and a lot about new age ideas about reality. Although Bohm???s physic theories are quite interesting there is very little of it discussed here although he very briefly mentions the latest aspects of his work. There is little new or interesting in this interview. I would be interested in hearing concrete aspects of Bohm???s thoughts about space and time, but that was just hinted at.