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Everything Forever: Learning To See Timelessness

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In Everything Forever Giorbran reveals timelessness in ways previously unimagined. He presents the first detailed map of our transitory time passing through a timeless realm, a realm that all the great physicists of the past century, such as Einstein, spoke of and strove to understand. Giorbran builds a spectacular vision by extending the ideas of David Bohm and Stephen Ha ...more
Paperback, 348 pages
Published December 5th 2006 by Enchanted Puzzle Publishing
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Sep 11, 2016 Jimmy Ele rated it it was amazing
One of the most mind blowing books I have ever read. It is well researched and thoroughly well written. Many theories are explained as well as many ideas. It is a book that is relatively unknown. Do not let it's unrecognized status deter you from reading. Concepts spoken about are mentally stimulating and serve as great inspiration for anyone interested in the subject of Time and/or the Universe. It comes replete with great quotes, diagrams, and pictures. The sheer amount of work that went into ...more
May 07, 2015 Shubhanjan rated it it was amazing
One of the grandest books written ever by a man whom I would say was one of the brightest minds of our times.
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Not really a review as I haven't read it but planning on reading it. However, I have some reservations as I cannot find any thing that would make Gevin Giorbran a credible candidate for the topic of discussion: no wiki entry; no references by other physicist, no scientific journal publication. Absolutely nothing. Anyone care to comment?
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“The forces of nature aren’t arbitrarily selected in some way by
chance or design, they are simply the possible directions of time.”
“Everything Forever

Time is one enormous moment
Where children play
not knowing of a tomorrow
where people walk along an ocean
and gaze in wet air
This sense of separation and loss
is all illusion
though old men tell of the past
as if it is gone somewhere else
to children who listen
as if it used to be
We all walk here in time
not yet knowing
as we ponder the mystery
and animals listen
that all in this same moment
the world begins
and the world ends
while these waves
crash upon the shore
And now as I touch your hand
time will stand still
and trap something there forever
for us to view from some heaven
as we are forever born
into an endless moment”
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