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A Flickering Reality: Cinema and the Nature of Reality

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How real is the external world? How valid are our memories? Could we ever go back in time? Are there parallel universes out there? What happens when we are touched by the famous Butterfly Effect? Are we really the people we think we are? Are we truly in control of our own minds? Our sense of reality has been sent reeling by the sciences of matter and of mind and this revol ...more
Paperback, 262 pages
Published October 25th 2010 by Pari Publishing
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He has worked actively as a theoretical physicist in England and Canada.

But Peat's interests expanded to include psychology, particularly that of Carl Jung, art and general aspects of culture, including that of Native America. Peat is the author of many books including a biography of David Bohm, with whom Peat collaborated, books on quantum theory and chaos theory, as well as a study of Synchroni
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