Authors: Adrian Ferent
Evolution is considered to be one of the most important theories in science. "Our evolution level is our consciousness level" Adrian Ferent "What did Darwin not understand? The evolution of consciousness" Adrian Ferent “Darwin developed his Evolution theory on animals; I developed my Evolution theory on people” Adrian Ferent Ferent Consciousness Equation The consciousness equation: The Christians, the Muslims, the Atheists … who say we have one life are wrong because if N0 = 0, T =70 years, for example after 30 years people will have the same consciousness, which is not true. My theory is a proof for reincarnation, Evolution! I am interested in the most important aspects of Evolution: Mind evolution and Consciousness evolution. The thought is a single act or product of thinking, the product of mental activity. Who am I? I am the consciousness! I consider the consciousness a probability space and the measure of the whole space is equal to One and because of the consciousness polarity I defined the qubit of consciousness and the consciousness states keeping the analogy with the qubits and the quantum states from quantum mechanics. I defined the level of morality: LM = (L4 + L5 + L6 + L7) / (L1 + L2 + L3) Consciousness controls the complex relationships between mind, body and the environment. Darwin did not understand the spiritual evolution, the evolution of consciousness.
Comments: 19 Pages. Evolution is considered to be one of the most important theories in science. I am interested in the most important aspects of Evolution: Mind evolution and Consciousness evolution.
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