What is the Nature of the Universe?





Recent discoveries in quantum physics (the study of the physics of sub-atomic particles) and in cosmology (the branch of astronomy and astrophysics that deals with the universe taken as a whole) shed new light on how mind interacts with matter.  These discoveries compel acceptance of the idea that there is far more than just one universe and that we constantly interact with many of these “hidden” universes.  There is more than one objective reality, and we may move from one to the other (as shown in the technically-correct film Frequency).

Unfortunately, most books on the nature of the universe and quantum cosmology are written in language that an ordinary intelligent person cannot understand. 

What is needed is an understandable source that explains the nature of the universe and its relationship to our own perceived reality––a source that brings together the contributions of such greats as:


Alain Aspect (the Aspect experiment)
John Stewart Bell (Bell's Theorem)
David Bohm
David Deutsch
Bryce DeWitt
Sir John Eccles
Albert Einstein
Hugh Everett
Stephen Hawking
Douglas Hofstadter
Fred Hoyle
Julian Jaynes
Sir James Jeans
Carl Jung
Subhash Kak
Sir Charles Lyell
Hermann Minkowski
Karl Pribram
Rupert Sheldrake
Neil Sloane
John Wheeler


What is needed is a source that makes clear the nature of the universe, the nature of the multiverse (or superuniverse), and the true meaning of Schrödinger's Cat and the two-slit experiment.  Needed is a resource that explains in understandable, non-mathematical terms everything from the nature of the universe to the big bang hypothesis to morphogenetic fields.

Such a source exists.



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