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Number Freaking by Gary  Rimmer
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message 1: by Milo (last edited Dec 31, 2008 11:01PM) (new)

Milo Wolff Karey, Here is a book that deals with real numbers and statistics. Hope you like it... Milo

Physics Smashes Old Theories and shows the Truth about Quantum Waves.
(Universe, gravity, matter, electron, particles, space, Nature, laws)

For the first time in the history of physics, a means has been found to understand the origins of ALL the Natural Laws. This is the long sought Theory of Everything that explains how scientific laws depend on the ‘space’ of the Universe. It is described in a new book "Schroedinger's Universe - Origin of the Natural laws” .
The new theory depends on a very simple perspective of the matter of the Universe. It discards the notion of matter as discrete particles and replaces it with a Wave Structure of Matter (WSM). Then, two basic Principles of the WSM contain all the knowledge of Nature, matter and the Laws.
The WSM concept was proposed long ago by Nobel laureate Irwin Schroedinger (1950), the famous quantum theorist, and earlier by William Clifford (1860) at Cambridge University. Milo Wolff, a retired American professor of physics has turned their concept into a reader-friendly new book.
Wolff examines the human realm perspectives versus quantum realm science, revealing the psychological prisons that keep us from expanding our consciousness to observe quantum reality. Those who wonder if the book is complex, Wolff says, "On the contrary, logical truth simplifies, provides perspective and reveals the startling beauty of Nature. This book is for everybody who is curious about the natural world.”
He obtained a PhD at the University of Pennsylvania, was professor of physics in Indonesia, Singapore and Sri-lanka; UN Chief of Science for Africa. At MIT He was one of 50 scientists who designed the Apollo moon rocket

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