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Development of a Quantum-based Ontology for Describing NDE by Using Computerized Natural Language Processing

Raul Valverde, Chet Swanson


The Survival Hypothesis states that a person’s personality and consciousness survive the physical death of the body. Ontology is a well-established theoretical domain within philosophy dealing with models of reality. This report proposes the use of computer natural language processing and classification of perceived objects in Near Death Experience (NDE) stories for the validation of a Quantum Ontology based on the Quantum Hologram Theory of Physics and Consciousness. This proposes Quantum Ontology to represent the unintelligible aspects of near-death experiences. The research proposes a validation of ontology constructs within a Quantum Ontology to show the potential of this methodology in NDE research.

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ISSN: 2153-8212