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What is the relationship between human intelligence and the intelligence of nature?
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26 December 2011
Following is another excerpt from a recent interview with Dr. John Hagelin—world-renowned quantum physicist, educator, public policy expert, and leading proponent of peace—on the unified field and its relationship to human consciousness.
See Part I of this article.
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Enlightenment: What is the relationship between human intelligence and the intelligence of nature?
Dr. John Hagelin: The intelligence that lies at the foundation of human experience is the same intelligence that lies at the foundation of everything else in nature—the unified field.
Throughout scientific history, scientists and philosophers have remarked on this deep and striking relationship between human intelligence and the natural laws that surround us.
For example, Eugene Wigner, who has been called the father of the atomic age, commented on the ''unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in the physical sciences'' and how ''mathematics derived through human thought fits nature like a glove.''
Einstein likewise remarked that ''the eternal mystery of the world is its comprehensibility.''
In other words, the theories that mathematicians have developed for centuries mysteriously describe the functioning of the physical universe around us.
The only reasonable explanation for the ''unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in the physical sciences'' is that human intelligence and nature's intelligence have a common source—which would have to be the unified field.
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