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…and many I cured with the power that came through me. Of course it was not I who cured. It was the power from the outer world, and the visions and ceremonies had only made me like a hole through which the power could come to the two-leggeds. If I thought that I was doing it myself, the hole would close up and no power could come through.

Black Elk, “Black Elk Speaks”
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Some places worth exploring

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Please note that as of Fall 2020 this site has been going through a major overhaul. Parts of this area are still under construction.

A Precedent – It seems the old rules no longer apply to life today. Physicists once felt the same way.

Quotes and Parables – Offering insights into life in the quantum age.

Real-World Applications – How ideas from modern science are being applied in a variety of areas.

New Science Links – To learn more about the new science.

Aikido Links – Aikido offers some concepts that are relevant to the Quantum Age. These sites offer useful information about Aikido.

Other Links – Links helpful in one way or another in exploring the subject of learning to live in the Quantum Age and otherwise finding insights into science and life today.

Fun With Science – Learning about science doesn’t have to be hard.

About Me – Who created this site?

About This Site

QuantumAge went online November 3rd, 1996. Over the years since a lot has changed. The world now appears to be a much more tumultuous and dangerous place. There are also now many more relevant resources available on the web.

Some people are using principles of quantum physics to explain what happens in the world. This can include talk about how our brain functions are affected by quantum effects or how the physical reality of the world is actually influenced by our perception of it. These topics can be fascinating, but they are not what we”re focused on here.

Instead, this site is based on a very simple premise: our understanding of the way the world works is heavily based on ideas drawn from scientific concepts. Modern science has shown the limitations of the traditional, mechanical concepts of classical physics, and has developed new concepts that have led to an incredible surge of technological creativity and advancement. There is a growing number of people who believe these concepts can also give us new ways of looking at the social and cultural issues we face today, and guide us to creative new ways of addressing them. That is the focus of this site.

Thanks for visiting QuantumAge.

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