Philosophising consciousness from string theory

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Bupenda Ningombam
St. Stephens College, Delhi
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The notion of consciousness has been studied in many ways out of which, there could be a scientific approach of studying it using string theory which enjoys the mathematical coherence. The paper aims to study consciousness using string theory in which the role of graviton will be discussed. The notion of parallel universes given by string theory would be tackled to understand consciousness and make an attempt to clarify the notion of other world or universe and parallel universes, the problems of time travel, soul and death in the universe or universes of strings which gets twisted and compactified.
Keywords Ningombam Bupenda Meitei  Philosophy of Physics  string consciousness
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