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Time Loops and Space Twists: How God Created the Universe Hardcover – March 1, 2011
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"I very much enjoyed reading Fred Alan Wolf's Time Loops and Space Twists: How God Created the Universe. That is quite a feat." -David Kaiser, Associate Professor and Lecturer, MIT
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He has been interviewed on several radio and television programs including New Dimensions Radio, Western Public Radio, National Public Radio, and many others. He was the visiting scholar/scientist-in-residence in the Pacific Northwest sponsored by The Institute for Science, Technology, and Public Policy during the spring season, 1994. He has spoken numerous times before The Commonwealth Club of San Francisco, The Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC, and several other prominent organizations and been interviewed on a number of television shows between the years 1995 to the present including: The Discovery Channel's The Know Zone, Sightings, The Thinking Allowed Television Series, The Malone show, The Evidence for Heaven. Star Trek IV, Special Collector's edition, The Fabric of Time, The Case for Christ's Resurrection, Down the Rabbit Hole, and the PBS series Closer to Truth.
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I have always been fascinated by and appreciative of the great majesty of life and the universe in which we live, and of which we are an integral part. This book helps to explain that there is so much more than meets the senses, and feeds the sense of wonder.
What makes them tick?
I know, let's cut them up into tiny pieces and find out.
Um, when we get down to it, their tiny tiny pieces are photons.
Light! They're made of light!
Okay, bits of luminous person, you can get up now.
Um, light person.
Oh, stuff. None of these bits move.
Reductionism is still reductionism even when wrapped in quantum jigamarole.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If possible, Fred makes quantum physics accessible to one's mind.Published 23 days ago by Heather Dunfield
All the intriguing diagrams and figures do not help a lot. This is difficult to grasp.Published 13 months ago by Raymond Zachary
This layman grasped the fundamental theories, but found his "proofs" time-consuming and a bit tedious. Read morePublished on August 31, 2013 by Jimmy
More pseudo-science from the "What the bleep do we know?" crowd. Total crap wrapped in New Age crystal garbage. Do yourself a favor and read some REAL science.Published on October 2, 2011 by Fizix