This second page is comprised of links more germain to syntheory. I see syntheory as a bridge between humanology and physics, culminating in the theory of everything. That end theory will probably be called quantum gravity. Yet, on the elegant universe link below, physicist Brian Greene states, "Almost everyone agrees that finding the T.O.E. would in no way mean that psychology, biology, geology, chemistry, or even physics had been solved or in some sense subsumed." That quote is found in the first paragraph under the heading "A fresh start for science".
The "T.O.E." above is the "theory of everything", and I guess I'm one of the few who do believe that finding the ultimate theory of physics will indeed subsume psychology/humanology/syntheory. It'll just be a matter of solving complex calculations. The most complex computer systems of today will be reduced to a mere chip in the machine that will make such calculations. In other words, once the T.O.E. is secure, then it'll still take years to "solve" psychology/humanology/syntheory.
Finally, humanology is an important precursor theory to syntheory. Syntheory is then a bridge from humanology to physics. Humanology links are found on this page.
First a 1997 book by Roger Penrose, then some links.
A Google Search
Quantum theory made easy Part I: an introduction to the new physics
Stephen W. Hawking's website
The Elegant Universe
Quantum Brain, Quantum Mind & Quantum Consciousness On-going articles.
Integral Science Lots of links.
Transformative Hermeneutics of Quantum Gravity
Quantum theory, neuroscience and psychology Lots of articles.
Quantum physics in neuroscience and psychology
Quantum Resonance Theory Lots of links.
Creativity : quantum mechanics, music and psychology
Click here for Humanology links.
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