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The God Chord: String Theory In The Landscape of the Heart

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String theory [ST] is a relatively recent development in theoretical physics that reveals the fundamental, irreducible building block of the universe to be an inconceivably tiny vibrating string. Everything is built of these strings. Hence, ST posits a universe made of music. This work examines the implications of ST in a landscape seen as remote from physics, the human he ...more
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Published (first published 2008)
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Jim Grant
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His primary premise is that everything is music. The concept resonates with me. He is an excellent writer, draws the reader along well into the concepts. Particularly enjoyed his weaving of personal relationships into his "theory of everything".
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