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Non-locality, Precognition & Spirit from the Physics Point of View

Victor Christianto; Florentin Smarandache

There are various supernatural phenomena which can hardly be explained by the existing
mainstream science, for instance non-local interactions (e.g. ESP) and also precognitive
interdictions. And there are other problems such as how to include the Spirit in the framework of
physics. For example, it has been known for long time that intuition plays significant role in
many professions and human life, including entrepreneurship, government, and also in detective
or law enforcement activities. Despite these examples, such a precognitive interdiction is hardly
accepted in mainstream science. In this paper, we discuss non-local interactions and advanced
solutions of Maxwell equations, and argue in favor of precognitive interdiction from classical
physics perspective. We also briefly discuss how “spirit” may be included in medicine, although
we also warn against the danger of “spiritism.”

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