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GF-0003 | Of generalized quantum theory and memory loss


Hello out there at the digital world receivers! We welcome you to our third GEHIRNfutter Podcast episode. We are Uwe Volk and Thomas Tankiewicz. And we are the co-founders of the NEURONprocessing Institute for Brain and Future Research. Our third episode is about creating a podcast in the turbulence of everyday life, group formation, the theory of Generalized Quantum Theory (Weak Quantum Theory) and memory loss.

With our GEHIRNfutter podcast we see ourselves as a travel companion to the limits of our consciousness and our perception - based on modern brain research.

What this journey of knowledge is all about can be seen in our GEHIRNfutter Podcast Trailer and listen to it. There you will also find our current broadcasting schedule.


And of course we start again with the news of the week. Say, what were our personal highlights.

1. Uwe's highlight of the week:

The trigger for Uwe's highlight was an invitation to the online symposium "Science and Spirituality - Connecting the Worlds". This is an event of "Tattva Viveka. Journal for Science, Philosophy and Spiritual Culture".

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Through the symposium, Uwe came across the work of PD Dr. Dr. Harald Walach entitled:

Generalized Quantum Theory (Weak Quantum Theory):

A theoretical basis for understanding transpersonal phenomena.

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2nd Thomas Highlight of the Week:

Thomas came across the case of Max Rinneberg, who suffered a lasting memory loss in 2008 at the age of 17 due to a fall. Interesting here is the personal and emotional level of Max, how he had to find back into his - a new - life ... had to become aware of his self again. Furthermore, it is astonishing that brain research cannot provide any clear answers to this case - except that it is possibly a dissociative disorder.

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One of the focal points of our podcast is the topic of brain research, which we want to explore more deeply as we embark on our journey of knowledge together.

So our talk on this show is on the highlight of the week, "Memory Loss."



The interview topic is and remains a work in progress and unfortunately it did not come to fruition in the pitfalls of everyday life. But we will catch up on the interviews and then include them in the following shows.



What has this show brought us in terms of content on our journey of knowledge that began today? With which questions do we go into the next broadcast and who can stand by us here as a professional expert if necessary.

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Résumé Thomas: Listen to the podcast "



In the next broadcast we will report on our progress in terms of interview partners who, as experts on the subjects of consciousness, perception, memory loss, information storage in the brain, hypnosis and measurement techniques, can tell us exactly what the current state of research is.

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