My Dad was very satisfied with this book for his Father's Day present. He likes it very much, and being a physicist he is completely enamored by the prose.Published 10 days ago by Anna Wheeler
This was a Father's Day gift for my husband and he is very enthused. He can't wait to discuss it with our friend.Published 14 days ago by desert
Talbot starts with some a-bit-dated musings about the holographic nature of memory (which is more a metaphor than anything else) before getting to the real topic: holographic... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Karl E. Weaver
Double fascinating. Glad it came quidkly-couldn't put it down!Published 1 month ago by Laura Christie Eddington
I loved this book.
The Holographic Universe starts out with some fascinating explanations of holograms, quantum fields, and neurology, and the author then explains why... Read more
Michael Talbot in "The Holographic Universe" (1991) anticipates science and technology light-years to the fore. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gerald D'Arezzo