Panpsychism as an Observational Science


The author, starting from a phenomena that can be resumed in that the stars where molecules can form in their photospheres go faster around the center of the Milky Way galaxy than other stars, brings to the conclusion that can be a symptom of some kind of volitional movement.

This is, of course, a very hypothetical conclusion, but we coincide in a panpsychist view of mind, and the text functions also as an introductory text as he mention other "mysteries" (or better to say "curiosities") as the fractal nature of galaxy clusters, filaments, and voids.

For whom may be interested: my personal opinion in respect to cosmology in general is that it's a science in its infancy, much inconsistencies and excessive presumptions and 'ad hoc' elements are introduced to defend the consensus cosmology.

I have read quite on this (not as much as in biophysical sciences as current cosmology is very untestable and very hypothetical and I don't like that) and I have come to the conclusion that even the Big Bang is very questionable.

See for example:

- Wang, L. J. (2020, February). Physics needs nothing less than a Renaissance─ On the relation between physics and philosophy. In Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Vol. 1466, p. 012002).

- LaViolette, P. A. (2020). After the Big Bang Theory, What's Next?

- Website: cosmology.info

- Youtube: The Real Crisis in Cosmology - The Big Bang Never Happened


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