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Quantum Philosophy - Anecdotes of Metaphysics and Reasoning - cover

Quantum Philosophy - Anecdotes of Metaphysics and Reasoning

Richard Yegian

Publisher: Richard Yegian

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No complicated math in this book! Lots of critical thinking with a new wrinkle. The author analyzes WHY physicists like Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking explain the universe using quantum theory.
 
What is quantum theory? How do we perceive? How is causality flawed? How is reverse time possible? How does language processing happen? How do we understand? How does pattern recognition play a role in perception? What is reality? How does the arrow theory of time make assumptions that time flows in only one direction? How does reverse time travel happen in multidimensional spacetime? The latest explanations come from quantum physics. What is quantum physics? How did quantum physics evolve? How does quantum thinking affect our thoughts?
 
The author bridges the disparity between quantum physics and religion by discussing snippets of logical reasoning offering insight into how both pursuits may coexist. There is no consensus on the origin of life nor the goal of life. How has quantum physics displaced but not replaced religion? What will be the role of religion in the future?
 
The author approaches the elusive issues in a piecemeal way using anecdotes from his own experiences and everyday life. In this quick read, he offers insight into the joys of reasoning.

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