Digital Reality: God, the Universe, and Everything

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We continue our three-part discussion with Jim Elvidge of his new book, Digital Consciousness https://amzn.to/2AXGD3M. In Part 2, Jim explains how digital consciousness theory maps to traditional spiritual concepts. Which philosophical approach makes more sense -- idealism or materialism? What is the appeal of materialism? How did everything start? What is the fundamental nature of reality? What happens to us when we die? What does "immortality" mean? What new light does digital consciousness theory shed on these ideas: Consciousness is immortal We have free will We are connected Our lives have purpose We are here to learn We can shape our reality Material things have no lasting value Join us! About our guest: Jim Elvidge has applied his training in the high-tech world as a leader in technology and enterprise management, including many years in executive roles for various companies, entrepreneurial ventures, and leadership consulting. Jim also has years of experience as a science researcher, keeping pace with the latest developments in such fields as quantum physics, cosmology, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, and metaphysical anomalies. This knowledge base provided the foundation for 2008 book, “The Universe-Solved!,” which presented evidence that our reality may be under programmed control. His research and theory has continued beyond the simulation hypothesis and incorporated powerful ideas around consciousness, cultural synchronicities, quantum anomalies, and a true scientific foundation for digital consciousness theory. WT 489-812 Eternity Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) | Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License | http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0

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