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Noosphere

Noosphere


Sometimes spelled Nousphere. The global mind-set or thought field. The collective consciousness of all humanity considered as one mind or consciousness.
noun: philosophy the part of the biosphere that is affected by human thought, culture, and knowledge.

Keely
''"And yet does not this sense of expectancy seem to communicate itself from mind to mind by some other means than that of oral or written expression, and to touch with more or less force even minds that are free from these intellectual anticipations? Are there not certain intellects at the fore-front of the world's progress, and certain hearts filled above the ordinary measure with the love of mankind, who are thus centres of power, from whom spread ever widening circles of vibratory emanations that gradually involve all minds in a common thought and all hearts in a common purpose? 'Many men of many minds.' Yes, truly; but there is the one mind of humanity that thinks and thinks, and alone has the power to externalize its thought as part of the world's history, while all purely individual thought is blown finally into the abyss of the Absolute Nothing." [Progressive Science]


(Title Unknown). Kaznacheyev discusses the concepts of the distinguished Academician V. I. Vernadsky, and of his book, Biochemical Essays (Moscow-Leningrad, 1940).


A living medium, though perhaps not as complicated as it is today, was created at once as a whole on our planet during its pre-geological era. An entire monolith of life (living medium) was created, not a single species of living organism as is falsely concluded from extrapolation proceeding from the evolutionary process. The term "noosphere", attributed to Teihard die Chardin, purportedly was introduced into science by both die Chardin and Lerois, who were influenced by Vernadsky's lectures in Paris.


Voprosy filosofii. (8), 1981. Referenced in "Soviet researchers discuss the unity of life and cosmos." Psi Research. 1(3), Sept. 1982. p. 73.


Lyndon LaRouche
"Also the problem is that you get this question of, where is the human mind? Where is the Noosphere? Obviously, the Noosphere always existed; but where does it exist?

From the top down, not the bottom up.

In other words, the Noosphere is not a worm or a fungus, that suddenly has infected the universe. The Noosphere is inherent in the universe, and is the highest aspect of the organization of the universe. What changes is the development of the Noosphere. It is not that the Noosphere is like a fungus which grew onto the Biosphere; and the Biosphere is not a fungus of the Lithosphere.

See, this is where you get all these assumptions.

Assumption number one: That the human mind is predicated on sense perception; that's the primary definition of the human mind. False!

The universe is organized on the basis of principle. You live in a society which is either Aristotelean, or is Sarpian, or is shit! So, it's incompetent. You start from these assumptions, and you say, "We're now going to do an objective study of this 'thing,' which we have now defined. Just like we defined the universe as being based on particles."

It isn't! The universe is not based on particles. The Periodic Table contains a fundamental flaw. And therefore, all our assumptions are wrong!

So therefore, we go to cosmic radiation, but what happens then? We fall into a real soup then, because the question of the Noosphere screws everything up. What we are able to do as human beings, is to tap in to the development of the Noosphere; and the Noosphere runs the universe. Or the principle of the Noosphere runs the universe. And in the universe, the living processes are higher than the non-living processes. Exactly contrary to what the axiomatic hypotheses are.

That's why this business of cosmic radiation is crucial." Lyndon LaRouche, Mind Is the Principle of the Universe


See Also


Biosphere
Consciousness
Mind
Mind of God
Nous
Sympathy
Thought
Thoughtsphere

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