Living In Meaningful Coincidence: Reflections Of A Physicist with F. David Peat, Ph.D.

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Physicist F. David Peat is one of the most interesting and innovative thinkers of our time. In this reflective look at the synchronicities of his life, Peat reminisces about his friendship with colleagues like fellow physicist David Bohm, brain researcher Roger Penrose, sculptor Anish Kapoor and high school physics teacher Dicky Blink. Peat's life is a kaleidoscope of meaningful coincidences in which people and ideas come to him as if by magic. He points out there is something deeper at work in the universe and in our personal lives than chance or even rational thought. "We are much more than our cognitive strategies," he insists. Through his stories he explores the relationship between science, art, creativity, and culture. His interaction with native peoples has led him to the conclusion that the future has an ancient heart. (hosted by Michael Toms)

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F. David Peat, Ph.D. holds a doctorate in theoretical physics and is deeply interested in the relationships between science, creativity, art, and culture. He collaborated with the late physicist David Bohm in the study of physics, space, time, and the nature of consciousness. While living in Canada, he organized a series of dialogue circles with Native American elders and Western scientists. He now lives in Italy where he is the founder and director of the Pari Center for New Learning. Dr. Peat is the author of more than twenty books, including:

To learn more about the work of F. David Peat go to www.GentleAction.org and www.PariCenter.com.

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • When synchronicity is most likely to occur
  • How music and poetry can enhance your consciousness
  • Why purity of language was so important to physicist David Bohm
  • What language did Bohm think best reflected the quantum world
  • Why Peat believes everything is not consciousness
  • How some admirers of David Bohm have distorted his essential view of things

Host: Michael Toms      Interview Date: 4/30/2007     Program Number: 3204  

Music Playlist

From Album: Human Contact
Artist: Galactic Agents
2002 New Earth Records #NE 2212-2 

Opening Essay: Track 02 Mullumbimby Bazaar
Music Break 1: Track 05 Electic Zikr
Music Break 2: Track 09 Future Dreamtime
Music Break 3: Track 07 Glastonbury Festival