As we ride the "River of Life", the great consciousness adventure, we perceive events occurring around us but, more often than not, we do not perceive the true reality in those events. Lire la première page
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How to See the Unseeable & Know the Unknowable8 novembre 2001
Cynthia Sue Larson
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Dr. Tiller's excellent book, SCIENCE AND HUMAN TRANSFORMATION, boldly goes where few books dare to enter. Tiller presents a fascinating model of our universe as being multi-dimensional with a spiritual component. This book will likely be enjoyed most by readers who have experienced psychic or psycho-kinetic events in their lives, and are seeking a rational explanation for what might be going on. Those who have not yet had such experiences may not be convinced that such things exist -- even after reading Tiller's fascinating account of how he created a gas-discharge device in the 1970's while he was a professor at Stanford University which demonstrated that "anyone could produce a positive (psychokinetic) result". SCIENCE AND HUMAN TRANSFORMATION is a joy to read for anyone who loves to play with new ideas and theories. It contains a wealth of schematic diagrams, charts, equations and references to support the theories Tiller presents. This book will most appeal to readers who love books they can ponder for some time, as it is packed with such ideas as: sensory arrays, etheric light cones, nodal networks and holograms. The main point of SCIENCE AND HUMAN TRANSFORMATION is that the component of mind and consciousness has long been excluded from scientific study, and even omitted from Theories Of Everything (TOEs). Obviously, if we're going to have a theory of everything it had better include consciousness! Tiller knows this quite well, and artfully constructs a bridge for future scientists with open minds to cross over to a place where unseen things (such as human energy fields) have huge effects. If we want to know what has eluded us for so long, we need to go to the very places which are currently least well understood. SCIENCE AND HUMAN TRANSFORMATION provides a sturdy bridge for us to reach those previously unknown places.
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Author's rebuttal to Roger Stout's Review20 septembre 2000
William A. Tiller, Ph.D.
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I suspect that Roger Stout set out to try to trash this book without first going through the effort of seriously reading it. This can be readily seen from the word equation that he misquotes. He obviously didn't read the surrounding text with any care to see what kind of a pedagogical bridge I was building via that set of word equations. The point about direct space and reciprocal space that seems to have eluded Stout is that, together, they aoutomatically provide for both the particle aspect and the wave aspect of substance, the two fundamemental but entangled features dealt with by quantum mechanics. The novel approach that I have taken in this book allows one to distinquish these two complementary aspects simultaneously. Furthermore, it is surprising to me that a supposed professional engineer would make the mistake of trying to compare the distance scale of reciprocal space since this is a frequency scale. They do not have the same units of measurement and, therefore, cannot be directly compared, as undergraduate engineers in all universities are taught. If Stout had not been so intent on his "lashing" goal, he might have realized that the very small in direct space corresponds with the very high frequency region in reciprocal space. Likewise, the very large in direct space corresponds with the very small frequency region of reciprocal space. Since high frequency for photons corresponds with high particle energy, he shold have at least seen how the particle size scale in the angstrom and below range match qualitatively with the energetics of fundamental particles. As an illustrative example, if a time domain pattern has a 10 nanosecond interval, then its frequency domain counterpart along the inverse time coordinate would be comprised of a set of waves localized around 0.628 gigahertz for the first band. Likewise, if one has a direct spaces spherical object of 1 angstrom diameter, the first band counterpart in reciprocal space would be comprised of waves in the 6.28 x 10 ^8 cm ^( -1) range. Changing the scale of direct space units that one wishes to use just produces a corresponding scale change of the reciprcal space units one must use. Stout states how much he liked Talbot's book, "The Holographic Universe", yet he seems to have missed the crucial point that the entire basis of holography is wave diffraction. Further, the resultant wave intensity diffracted from any kind of direct space geometrical object can be shown to arise from the modulus of the Fourier Transform for that geometrical shape. He should have learned this in his electrical engineering classes. It is sad that Stout was so intent on trashing this book rather than reading it with an ip mind-he might have learned something useful for his life! As a final comment by the author to this open forum , this book was not in any way casually written, and I know that is is challenging for some readers. However, one should keep in mind tht it was based on 35 years of personal experimentation and thought by an acknowledged world-class expert in several areas of academic science. This same author taught for over 30 years at one of the most prestigious universities in the world, Stanford University, and was selected to be Chairman to study these new areas of human experience. During his industrial and academic career, he has published over 300 peer-reviewed scientific papers in various international journals plus 3 three technical books, all of which have meaningfully aided the evolution of the materials science and materials engineering fields. Can Stout, the trasher, claim as much! In today's world, unfortunately, it seems very easy to trash the works of others. It is much more difficult to constructively build upon them. Roger Stout would be well served by paying more attention to his intenttions than to his misquided logic.
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Hope for science and engineering4 avril 2002
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One needs a deep intuitive mind to appreciate this book. It's an excellent book that holds a beacon of light to the future of science in America which has become so warped with lack of intuition. Currently, we are following an old paradigm of dark ages "materialistic science and theories" - it's very hard for someone who is still stuck in dark ages to appreciate the value of intuition which comes through understanding and experience of subtle energies. In anycase, people might argue over the value of this book, as a biomedical engineer and a scientist, I must say that Prof. Tiller has made full use of this Stanford position to bring to the world the best, instead of playing politics with funding agencies and approval of his peers for his self-preservation or ego gratification. An excellent book only for those with an OPEN HEART and MIND (BOTH!)
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Now I understand5 novembre 2006
John D. Barcik
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I am a retired Psychophysiologist who specialized in Biofeedback. There were 52 different MDs referring their "patients" to me for mostly stress disorders. These "patients" would learn to change their physiology without medications and when the referring physician asked how they did this, I had no ready answer.
FINALLY, I can answer this question using the very language these MDs were trained to use. Dr Tiller and associates have provided us with a model for reality which is simple, yet profound. WE have a significant role to play in the physical structure of things. What we need to do is to carefully look at the vacuum (space) and understand that WE do indeed have a profound influence on it's structure. When the vacuum changes, so does "material" structure.
Human Intention is the way we can change the vacuum and thus physical matter. We do this by way of setting energy frequencies. This view changes "medicine" from a chemistry based model to an energy based model.
"Reality" is actually a COMBINATION of matter and vacuum, and when we come to understand that WE influence both, our conception of our place in the cosmos becomes more clear. Personal responsibility takes on the two positions of PRO-action as well as RE-action. What is wonderful about all of this is that we are CONNECTED. We are not separate and alone.
What caught my eye was that Dr Tiller and associates have used the very same technologies used in "science" to demonstrate their model. They have employed the same measuring technologies, the same experimental designs, and the same data analyses used by scientists ranging from those in physics to those in chemistry to those in medicine, and so forth. The difference, however, is that Dr Tiller has demonstrated phenomena which can not be explained by current scientific theory UNLESS Human Intention and the vacuum are included as major players.
The model presented in this book does not discount current science. Instead, it expands these models. What is amazing is that Dr Tiller presents his "new" physics in words which we can all comprehend. We don't have to be scientists to understand.
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What will 21st century science be like?27 juillet 1999
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Tiller, former head of the Materials Research Department at Stanford and accomplished researcher in crystalography, presents a summary of his evolving model of subtle energies. This work includes discussions of familiar physics, such as the nature of basic particles, and presents data on less well known studies including the influence of volition on physical processes. Tiller's aim is to present a theory of physical reality which incorporates more than the familiar 4 dimensions, and new variables, including consciousness itself. His theory is a work in progress, similar in its basic premises to the alternative version of quantum theory advanced by David Bohm. Tiller's theory is still undergoing development but his ideas are intriguing and the possible applications he describes are fascinating. The one flaw seems to be a blend of informal theorizing, such as borrowing from the Budhist world view, with a more formal scientific theory, without clearly distingishing between the two. In any event, I highly recommend the book.