i was surprised that the audience's audio was as good as it was -good job, guys. i also liked the picture-in-picture.
i'm half-through with the 3rd video and my favorite part, so far, is when tom explained how he deduced that the past-lives he investigated were actually databases that could have easily been misinterpreted had he not checked, and rechecked the variables. it makes me curious to know if that is the moment he discovered that the actualized-past has 2 most-probabilistic sub-scenarios attached to it, and each of those has 2 more most-probabilistic sub-scenarios attached to them, etc., etc.
take a look at the graphic on page 683 to get a visual of what i'm talking about...
http://books.google.ca/books?id=RYHtBPi ... &q&f=false
i was blown away when i first read the cosmology section in book 3, but as with so much in the trilogy, i wanted to know specifically how he came to know this stuff. to be honest, i thought maybe the information was just put into his mind because he knew how to focus his intent into a question that would be answered by the larger reality, but now it seems more like he had to do a whole lot of experimenting to figure it all out.
btw, who is that young cat in the far-right front row? it is good to see that we have some thoughtful young people out there.