In 1967, Roger Penrose put forth an idea that space and time do not exist because they are an emanation of a geometric unity. He called this radical notion, twistor theory. Since its inception, this theory has challenged the way physicists think about reality. David Wilcock explains how the complex intricacies of twistor theory suggest that the universe really is a geometric projection and that consciousness originates as a quantum process.
Host: David Wilcock
Audio Languages: English
Subtitles: English, German, Spanish, French