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Dr. Quantum's Little Book of Big Ideas: Where Science Meets Spirit

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Respected among scientists and spiritual leaders alike for his pioneering work combining scientific and spiritual thought, Fred Alan Wolf (aka Dr. Quantum) is, as Deepak Chopra states, "one of the most important pioneers in the field of consciousness." Featured in the word-of-mouth indie hit, What the Bleep Do We Know?!, Dr. Wolf is a physicist who knows how to put complex ...more
Paperback, 143 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Moment Point Press (first published September 1st 2005)
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Samiyah Swann
It is a mind opener. It makes you question what you "believe". If you're interested in exploring other possibilities I recommend this book. It will at least make you think about what really it truth.
Užas... Još jedan od silovatelja riječi "kvantno" koji servira "znanost" bez ijednog znanstvenog dokaza.
Awful. I am very open to metaphysical ideas considered "out there" by today's norms, but to pawn off his personal beliefs as legitimate science was irresponsible. As secondary reasons for my rating, I was unable to find humor in any of his countless jokes and anecdotes and thought his descriptions of women were demeaning and immature.
This book was terrible. I wouldn't have even looked at it had my boyfriend not brought it home from the library along with his other books. I'm not sure how he could have written something so unscientific considering his earlier award-winning book. I think he needed money.
Jim George
This little book is packed with "Over the Top" questions and answers about life, faith, atoms, time, light, and where do we fit in? Lots of profound statements, light reading - yet intellectually stimulating.
A series of written thoughts about quantum physics. Things that make you go Hmmmm....
A perfect toilet read.
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