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Unity Consciousness and the Perfect Observer: Quantum Understanding Beyond Reason and Reality Paperback – 14 Jul 1995
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This book offers a radically new vision of life, the universe and everything. Seriously though!
The author, for what to the reader might become rather obvious reasons, failed outright a PhD in philosophy at Cambridge University in 1977. Undaunted and unrepentant, he earned a PhD in mathemetics at Durham University in 1989 by literally tying knots in the string theory of everything.
Modern science reveals a collection of quantum 'effects' which are incomprehensible to common sense. The author tries to explain why and what to think and do about it. His ultimate goal is actually to "reconnect brain cells to reflect the ecstatic harmony and obvious meaning of the itness of simple being." What.....?
Unable at 15 to swear the vows of orthodox Protestant theology, he began to explore the beliefs and asperations of other religions. This work epitomizes his radical and seemingly rediculous positive conclusions concerning the attempt to understand and explain EVERYTHING.
His "extralogical argument" points one beyond the familiar everyday world to a new unified vision of life extending beyond death, however stupid that might sound today!
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