by Marinus Jan Marijs
“The renowned Hungarian mathematician John von Neumann and Nobel-laureate physicist Eugene Wigner asserted in the 1950s and 1960s that it is impossible to give a description of quantum processes in physics without “explicit reference to consciousness.” See Eugene Wigner, Symmetries and Reflections, Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 1967; Wigner states that the relationship between consciousness and reality “cannot be eliminated.”
Modern Physics may have implications for consciousness research, the nature of the human mind, retro causality and telekinesis.
John von Neumann proposed that an “extra-physical process” is involved in the measurement of a quantum system.