Far be it from us to knock physics as an effective way to learn about the universe, but it does have that pesky requirement of being experimentally verifiable. Sometimes the questions you're wondering about are so big, you need to call in the philosophers for an opinion. They have no qualms about wild speculation. Take consciousness, for example. Once we told you about how it doesn't exist, another time about how it not only exists but is literally everywhere, and now we're back with more exciting news: Consciousness might be a result of the universe's disassociative identity disorder.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas July 12, 2018
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