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The San Francisco Tesla Society

Presents a free lecture


"The Mind of God"


explained by     
Jack Sarfatti, Ph.D.


Sunday, May 9, 1999 1:15 p.m.
at 3220 Sacramento Street (near Lyon)
San Francisco, California

Why are we doing this? We are heading toward Penrose’s tensor tetrad – spinor qu-bit connection, and with that, my post-quantum matter-mind connection between the explicate material universe of expanding accelerating 3D space and the implicate quantum Jungian collective unconscious mental information order of "pre-geometry" AKA "funda-MENTAL space" (Hameroff). We will also get to Shipov’s construction of matter in the explicate order from the rotational torsion inertial tensor fields and how they, in turn, emerge from the implicate mental spinor order. Finally, we want to see how back-reaction from the material tensor fields to their pilot mental spinor fields generates conscious experiences in the pregeometry that is Hawking’s "Mind of God".


Notes - Dr. Sarfatti will also include a performance of Tom Lehrer’s "The Professor’s Song", the lyrics of which are on the back of this newsletter.

There will be a brief Tesla Society organizational meeting at 1 p.m. before Dr. Sarfatti’s lecture. All are invited to participate.

PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDAR. The San Francisco Tesla Society will present another free lecture on SUNDAY, JUNE 13 at the same time and location. 

For more information about the San Francisco Tesla Society or this lecture, call (415) 931-2593
or visit us online at     and don’t miss the Tesla Museum at   .

Tom Lehrer's - The Professor's Song

Music: "If You Give Me Your Attention"
from Princess Ida (Gilbert & Sullivan)

"If you give me your attention I will tell you what I am.
I'm a genius and a physicist (and something of a ham).
I have tried for numerous degrees, in fact, I've one of each,
Of course, that makes me eminently qualified to teach.
I understand the subject matter thoroughly, it's true,
And I can’t see why it isn’t all as obvious to you.
My lectures all are masterpieces, excellently planned,
Yet everybody tells me that I’m hard to understand,
And I can't think why!

My diagrams are models of true art; you must agree,
And my handwriting is famous for its legibility;
When I write "gravitation", say, or any other word,
For anyone to say he cannot read it is absurd.
My demonstrations all get more amazing, every year,
Though, frankly, what they go to prove is sometimes less than clear.
And all my explanations are quite lucid, I am sure,
Yet everybody tells me that my lectures are obscure.
And I can’t think why!"

PDF Version of this Newsletter and four others from 1999 (6 pages)

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