AND MULTIPLE REALITY
by Professor M. R. Franks
“There is no one reality. Each of us lives in a separate universe. That's not speaking metaphorically. This is the hypothesis of the stark nature of reality suggested by recent developments in quantum physics. Reality in a dynamic universe is non-objective. Consciousness is the only reality.”
With those words, M. R. Franks, a life member of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, and also a law professor, begins his new book, The Universe and Multiple Reality. But what is multiple reality? How do parallel universes interconnect? What are the exact processes by which mind interacts with matter at the quantum level? Those are the questions that Professor Franks tackles in his book.
Discover the fascinating nature of the universe in which we live and the exact processes by which mind interacts with matter at the quantum level.
Understand parallel universes, multiple reality, and the hypotheses advanced by scientists such as Hugh Everett, Bryce DeWitt, David Deutsch and others.
The Universe and Multiple Reality presents an understandable view of parallel universes and quantum physics––and explains what this means in our daily lives.
The Universe and Multiple Reality explains to the non-scientist reader in understandable, non-mathematical language the paradox of Schrödinger's Cat, the two-slit experiment, and recent developments in quantum physics and cosmology.
There are a great many other books on “parallel universes,” on quantum physics and multiple reality––but none that offers an understandable model of how minds interact with multiple realities at the quantum level to produce palpable physical effects including paranormal phenomena.
This book is a must for any intelligent person curious about the cosmic scheme of things and the place that their mind holds in it.
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