I present a strong argument based on scientific concepts that suggests human life has a non-physical aspect.
DUBLIN, Ireland (PRWEB) October 28, 2014
Imagine a world without war, discrimination, poverty, or hunger. Tom Cahalan shares a way of achieving this ideal world by eliminating selfishness, corruption, abuse of power, and greed.
In “Dark Energy and Human Consciousness,” Cahalan uses scientific concepts, evolution, and human consciousness to present a new way of thinking. This new perspective suggests that the non-physical force, dark energy, has a natural tendency to move toward a higher complexity resulting in love, care and compassion.
“If life is purely physical, then there is no escape from selfishness,” Cahalan said. “I present a strong argument based on scientific concepts that suggests human life has a non-physical aspect.”
Cahalan shows how religion, politics, and science impact—and are impacted by—human consciousness. By accepting a physical and non-physical world, humans will be able to evolve towards an enlightened worldview.
“Religion is struggling to find its way, and therefore science alone has the potential to convince humanity that life has both physical and non-physical aspects,” Cahalan said.
For more information, visit http://www.tomcahalan.com
About the author
Tom Cahalan holds a degree in mechanical engineer from the College of Technology in Dublin. He worked in Canada and the U.S. before returning to Ireland in the early 1980s. For the past twelve years, Cahalan has been studying scientific theories pertaining to the nature of the universe. In 2012 Cahalan published his first book, “Beyond the Horizon: Where Science Finds God.” Currently he lives in Clane, Co Kildare with his wife and family.