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New Physics And The Mind

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Some physicists think that Big Science has kidnapped physics and left the mind and consciousness behind. New Physics and the Mind tells these radical physicists' stories--why the mind belongs in physics, and how recent discoveries in particle physics and cosmology combine with mind physics to produce a new scientific agenda for the twenty-first century. Brain surgery meets ...more
Published August 2nd 2006 by Booksurge Publishing
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Jan 03, 2009 rated it really liked it
Excellent book for someone interested in the latest theories of classical and quantum physics as well as radical new theories, all of which include: superluminal states, negative vs positive energy, entanglements, extra dimensions, spacetime, collective consciousness, geometrodynamics. The book leads up to a final chapter that supposedly combines all topics of physics into an explanation of of the existence and quantification of consciousness, which I found to be beyond my understanding and lack ...more
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