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Thursday, June 6, 2019

The Physics of Synchronicity with Sky Nelson-Isaacs

Join us live tonight at 4pm PT/7pm ET

Synchronicity or meaningful coincidence has been something philosophers, and scientists have wondered about for decades. Most of us have experienced it at least once in our lives; one common example is you find yourself thinking about someone you haven’t seen or thought of in a long time, then out of the blue that same person suddenly calls you or emails you. Is this just chance? Did your thoughts somehow trigger a similar thought in your old friend?  Can two events like this be related in a meaningful way without one causing the other? If so, what does this tell us about the cosmos? And is it possible that you can learn to make choices that actively encourage synchronicity in your life? 

SKY NELSON-ISAACS is a theoretical physicist, speaker, author, and musician. He has a Master’s degree in physics from San Francisco State University, with a thesis in string theory, and a BS in Physics from UC Berkeley.  In his book, Living in Flow: The Science of Synchronicity and How Your Choices Shape Your World, Sky Nelson-Isaacs turns to the strange world of quantum mechanics to seek answers to long standing questions about synchronicity. Adhering to what we know from science, while offering a provocative new hypothesis, he proposes that the cosmos may be designed to bring us meaningful, synchronistic experiences in response to the choices we make.

Join Sandie and Sky Nelson Isaacs as they discuss how living in flow can not only help us address some of the pressing political and social problems we face, but also help us deepen our relationships, and lead more purposeful, fulfilled lives.

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