Consciousness and Physics
Interesting how many we associate with conventional Physics also pursue what are often considered alternative physical concepts.
Newton certainly had an extreme interest in alchemy as well as the traditional Hebrew writings w re to numerology and escatology.
N Bohr was described as a mystic by some.
Interesting also how Einstein spent a fair amount of time mentioning intuition in comparison to discursions limitations in discovery and understanding.
Furthermore some have reported that while his original unification ideas were dismissed by the accepted physicists of the day, it was likely, when analysied to have been found to be technologically coherant(if not understood theoreticaly) and used by third reich scientists, and that the tensor analysis thesis and investigation of Gabriel Kron, lent extreme credability to the subject, as well as continued the revealing of how subtle physical forces really are. (Similar to the new discovery of terraherz effects reference mentioned as being evidence of that ever present subtlty).
Still Mr S, you refer at times to deep implications which many conventional scientists would disregard as 'mere' philosophy or delusional metaphysics.
Mind stuff creating the physical? As you know most contemporary "scientists" think that the physical is creating the mind stuff.
I wonder if, as in the starting point in your note, that if light, soul and consciousness are part of the univerese, is God or any'thing' beyond this conceptual universe being refered to? Mabey the powering/source energy that has been refered to as being sourced in or from your 'electron' thesis?