Lynne McTaggart

Lynne McTaggartIn existographies, Lynne McTaggart (1951-) is an American new age author noted for []

Human beings | NOT a chemical reaction
In 2001, McTaggart, Field: the Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe, stated the following view: [1]

“At our most elemental, we are not a chemical reaction, but an energetic charge. Human beings and all living things are a coalescence of energy in a field of energy connected to every other thing in the world. This pulsating energy field is the central engine of our being and our consciousness, the alpha and the omega of our existence.”

This, however, is a new age "energy" stylized, ontic opening, presented as a way to sell coded spirituality; incorrect, in short. [2]

To correct McTaggart, here, firstly, there is no such thing as a "living thing" (see: life does not exist). Secondly, the idea that humans are a "coalescence of energy in a field of energy" is better stated to the effect that humans are a "electromagnetic eddies, existive in various states of being, each quantified by a Gibbs free energy of formation, embedded in a universe comprised of four fields: gravitational, electromagnetic, strong nuclear, and weak nuclear", without prolonged digression. Thirdly, at our most elemental, we are an atomic geometry of 26 elements, and we came into existence via a type of chemical reaction, i.e. a double displacement reaction, called a human reproduction reaction.

1. McTaggart, Lynne. (2001). Field: the Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe (pg. #) (ΡΊ). Publisher.
2. Thims, Libb. (2007). Human Chemistry (Volume Two) (McTaggart, pg. 222-24). Morrisville, NC: LuLu.

Further reading
● McTaggart, Lynne. (2007). The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World. Publisher.
● McTaggart, Lynne. (2011). The Bond: Connecting through the Space Between Us (How to Fix Your Falling-Down World). Publisher.

External links

● Lynne McTaggart – Wikipedia.

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