Lothar Schäfer explains how quantum physics shows us the non-dual foundation of the dualistic world.
Dr. Lothar Schafer
Lothar Schäfer is a Distinguished Professor of Physical Chemistry (emeritus) at the University of Arkansas. His research in the areas of Physical Chemistry, Electron Diffraction, Applied Quantum Chemistry, and Computational Chemistry led his team to develop the first real-time gas electron diffraction instrument in which diffraction data are recorded on-line, enabling the first pulsed-beam, Time-Resolved Electron Diffraction studies of laser-excited molecules. Additionally, they performed the first quantum chemical geometry determinations of peptide molecules, predicting structural trends in proteins a decade before they were experimentally observed. He is the author of the book, "In Search of Divine Reality - Science as a Source of Inspiration which has been translated in Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. Since 1998, Dr. Schaffer has given more than 160 public lectures in the US and abroad. He has been a guest on CUNY-TV and Chopra radio.
Lothar Schäfer, author of In Search of Divine Reality, highlights contradictions between the materialistic and selfish nature of physics and the non-material and non-empirical nature of nonduality. Citing Werner Heisenberg, Schäfer believes that we have entered a new age, the end of materialism.