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The nature of consciousness has been a fascinating mystery to people for thousands of years. Despite all that modern science knows about the brain and how it functions, nothing has tied it all together to explain what enables us to experience consciousness, until now.

Dr. Simanonok provides a scientific explanation called Nexus Theory for how consciousness is enabled in our brains through the interactions of two kinds of light. When you come to understand the deepest and most important part of yourself, you may be surprised to discover how importantly this informs you as to Who You Really Are, and Why Death Is Nothing To Fear.

Adventures In Consciousness further explores topics like optimizing brain health through nutrition and supplements, as well as ongoing advances in cognitive science, artificial intelligence, quantum physics, and cosmology. We are connected in profound ways to the entire universe, after all!

Adventures In Consciousness Karl Simanonok

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The nature of consciousness has been a fascinating mystery to people for thousands of years. Despite all that modern science knows about the brain and how it functions, nothing has tied it all together to explain what enables us to experience consciousness, until now.

Dr. Simanonok provides a scientific explanation called Nexus Theory for how consciousness is enabled in our brains through the interactions of two kinds of light. When you come to understand the deepest and most important part of yourself, you may be surprised to discover how importantly this informs you as to Who You Really Are, and Why Death Is Nothing To Fear.

Adventures In Consciousness further explores topics like optimizing brain health through nutrition and supplements, as well as ongoing advances in cognitive science, artificial intelligence, quantum physics, and cosmology. We are connected in profound ways to the entire universe, after all!

    Nexus Theory Episode 8: The Construction of Your Nexus

    Nexus Theory Episode 8: The Construction of Your Nexus

    This Episode pulls together everything you've learned in the first seven episodes preceding this one about light, biophotons, holography, and the physical structures and functions of your brain needed to understand the construction of your holographic Nexus. The Nexus is a connection point for your consciousness to enter from the Source of consciousness, and that Source is described in the next Episode 9, Zero Point Energy, the Source of Consciousness, and Entanglement.

    • 5 min
    Nexus Theory Episode 7: The Extracellular Matrix and Fiber Optic Properties of Collagen

    Nexus Theory Episode 7: The Extracellular Matrix and Fiber Optic Properties of Collagen

    This episode describes how the nonliving connective tissues surrounding and connecting cells are also important in understanding Nexus Theory by the theoretical ability of collagen fibers to guide biophotons throughout your body and brain.



    The results of the two experiments described in this Episode are published here: Simanonok, K.E. Elastooptic photon signal modulation in collagenic fiber optics of tendon. Biomaterials, Medical Devices, and Artificial Organs  11:83-92, 1983.

    • 5 min
    Nexus Theory Episode 6: How Cell Structure Affects Function

    Nexus Theory Episode 6: How Cell Structure Affects Function

    Cells must maintain their structures to properly perform their functions, and this Episode focuses primarily on the role of microtubules in maintaining the cell's internal structure called the cytoskeleton, and the importance of the cell cilia lining the cerebral ventricles in our brains in Nexus Theory.

    • 6 min
    Nexus Theory Episode 5: Neuronal Synapses, Membrane Potentials, and Neurotransmitters

    Nexus Theory Episode 5: Neuronal Synapses, Membrane Potentials, and Neurotransmitters

    This episode explains how your nerve cells, called neurons, make connections called synapses with other neurons to transmit information from one neuron to the next, through changes in the electrical potentials between the inside and outside of neural membranes. It is important basic information that you'll need to understand how your brain works, but it isn't specific to Nexus Theory, so if you're a scientist or someone already familiar with these structures and functions, you can safely skip to Episode 6.

    • 7 min
    Nexus Theory Episode 4: Pathways and Organization of the Brain

    Nexus Theory Episode 4: Pathways and Organization of the Brain

    In this Episode we cover the general flow of information in your brain: how initial 'raw' sensory information is first presented to your consciousness through the thalamus at the center of your brain into your biophotonic holographic Nexus residing in your cerebral ventricles, and then that 'raw' perception is supplemented with interpreted information arriving shortly afterward from your cerebral cortex to provide learned meaning to your perceptions.



    BONUS: a simple experiment is described in this Episode through which you can perceive incoming 'raw' visual information followed shortly afterward by the interpreted information coming from cerebral cortex yourself.



    Please note: if you haven't already started looking at some labeled brain photos and drawings to see how it's laid out, now would be a good time to begin. It's a long process to sort out all the parts and their relationships with one another, but by starting with the structures mentioned in these Episodes you'll get a quick jumpstart to what's most important.

    • 14 min
    Nexus Theory Episode 3: Major Structures of the Human Nervous System

    Nexus Theory Episode 3: Major Structures of the Human Nervous System

    This Episode presents a brief overview of the major parts of the human nervous system that you'll need to know about if you don't already. Most names for brain structures don't have common language equivalents, so we'll be getting a little bit into the weeds of scientific jargon. This Episode could be especially useful to you when you start looking at brain photos and drawings, and perhaps Google searching specific structures mentioned.

    • 9 min

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