The Quantum Reduction Process is on the Edge of Time presented by Gerard Blommestijn Ph.D. In quantum physics it is the so-called reduction process that passes the experimental result to the observer. This process reduces the different possible outcomes into one real observation. Such a collection of possible, but not yet real observation outcomes is called a superposition in quantum mechanics. Reduction from superposition to outcome may be thought of as happening just in front of the ‘Abstract Ego’, as quantum mathematician John Von Neumann called it, just in front of that which experiences everything: I-ness, Self. Thereby these quantum mechanical reduction processes (qmrps) connect the world of objects in space-time with the world of I-ness, Self, the Perennial Now. So these qmrps are exactly on the Edge of Time. On the side of I, I-ness, ultimate Self we have no space, no time, only experiences that borrow space and time from the other side, from the objective universe including our nerve cells. The qmrps happen in what can be called the ‘Reduction Boundary’: substrates of material structures (e.g. nerve cells, microtubules, …) that are able to sustain the quantum superpositions that represent the possible experiences in every conscious being. In short: the Quantum Reduction Boundary = the Edge of Time. But it is not one-way traffic on the edge of time: not only input of experiences into I-ness, but also output of choices of I-ness to the world of time, thereby reducing superpositions of choice possibilities to one choice outcome which is carried out by the body. The introspectively felt Unity of Consciousness corresponds to the reduction of an entangled superposed wave function happening as one indivisible whole. This also explains the binding together of all the different parts and aspects of our experience and choices into one total ‘phenomenal perspective’."