Dean Radin is one of the foremost scientists researching subtle energies and subtle energy phenomena. He has published over a hundred articles and books on related topics. He started life as a professional violinist but at this point, the majority of his career is focused on experimentally probing the far reaches of human consciousness. He is especially intrigued by poorly understood phenomena like intuition, gut feelings and psi phenomena. I had the pleasure of meeting Dean a few years ago at the annual ISSSEEM conference in Colorado. I found him to be extremely approachable, genuinely kind, and downright amazing in his ability to take complex concepts and transduce them down into easily understandable terms.
Last year Dean published a book entitled, Entangled minds: Extrasensory experiences in a quantum reality. Entanglement is the term used to describe the infinite interrelationships found to exist throughout space and time. According to the book’s preface: "Scientists are now finding that there are ways in which the effects of microscopic entanglements "scale up" into our macroscopic world. . . . There are theoretical descriptions showing how tasks can be accomplished by entangled groups without the members of the group communicating with each other in any conventional way. Some scientists suggest that the remarkable degree of coherence displayed in living systems might depend in some fundamental way on quantum effects like entanglement. Others suggest that conscious awareness is caused or related in some important way to entangled particles in the brain. Some even propose that the entire universe is a single, self-entangled object.
For centuries, scientists assumed that everything can be explained by mechanisms analogous to clockworks. But over the course of the 20th century, we’ve learned that this common sense assumption is wrong. When the fabric of reality is examined very closely, nothing resembling clockworks can be found. Instead, reality is woven from strange, "holistic" threads that aren’t located precisely in space or time. Tug on a dangling loose end from this fabric of reality, and the whole cloth twitches, instantly, throughout all space and time." To learn more, visit Dean’s website at http://www.DeanRadin.com.