Monday, January 30, 2006

Take a good look at these examples of gnarly atmospheric weirdness. "Chemtrails" have nothing on some of these. I'm reminded of Rudy Rucker's ideas of panpsychism and universal automatism. According to Rucker, sufficiently complex natural phenomena could indicate advanced intelligences from parallel universes harnessing the computational substrate of our universe to "think" themselves into existence.

Could Rucker be onto a no-kidding unified theory of the paranormal? Remind me to play with this idea in "The Postbiological Cosmos."

(Thanks to PAG E-News.)

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