The kindest thing I can say is you have no understanding of physics. Nothing in quantum theory says consciousness plays any role in creating matter. Einstein never said anything about life not being destroyed. E=mc2 simply means matter and energy are interchangeable. As I stated above, energy predates matter. This is purely a physical process. Nothing mystical about it.
I think he was refering to the idea in QT that the act of observation (by a conscious person) actually determines the outcome of various measurements, something like that. I never liked that idea myself, because how did anything happen before there were observers? But that’s a different discussion. My point earlier was, ease up, this guy seems to be speculating on ideas that are tied to real science. Speculating and using prosaic words doesn’t instantly mean we’ve got a fundie or a new age kook here.
It’s not just that I don’t like the thing about observation changes outcome, it’s that it’s wrong. I went to the trouble of reading some books and looking that up to determine what everyone is talking about. Should I not share my results? Should I have to write my own treatise in this forum, showing my work, providing references? Why?
But simpler than that, Bio is missing a basic understanding of the division of the sciences. You can’t say things about thoughts based on Quantum Physics because those two sciences have not been reconciled. If anything, it has been DISproved that your thoughts can affect quantum actions. Amy and Sheldon are trying to prove it in a TV comedy show, but it’s not real science. Bio is taking cosmology and trying to leap to psychology without passing through all the chasms that separate chemistry, geology, biology and I’m sure others. That is the definition of “New Age”; take some common explanation of what actual scientific discoveries mean and connect them in some way that sounds interesting, but don’t bother supporting it with any evidence or data. Then tell people they are close minded when they don’t accept your made up conclusions or aren’t interested in your baseless theory.