It's about us
Our present day common worldview is aging. It springs from the Enlightenment, some 350 years ago, with Descartes’ assumption of the division of mind and matter at its core. From these ideas Newtonian physics developed and many more of the cornerstones of Western society. The Cartesian/Newtonian worldview has become self-evident, causing us to forget it is ultimately based on a set of assumptions, not facts. For over a century, it is being challenged by findings in fundamental physics pointing at aspects of reality yet to be recognized in mainstream awareness. The subject is highly academic, to say the least, accessible only to those who are well proficient in physics and the philosophy of science. What we need is a sufficient language in which to speak of these findings.