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Most lucid book on the subject I've read.
on January 19, 2017
I can only hope that Thomas' hypothesis becomes a theory. It is indeed an elegant and uncomplicated solution. It is so obvious that it has eluded the most brilliant minds the world has produced.
The reason why I hope it's declared a theory is of course irrational selfishness in the sense that finally, the inherent uncertainty in our best theories in physics are put to good use to my mind. Like Einstein, I do not believe that the inherent property of reality is one of utter uncertainty; but certainly of probability. The probability that what we all experience during our daily lives is a smokescreen underwritten by arbitrary laws that's infirm and transgressable... remote, I wager. As are the probability of multi-verses splitting ad infinitum in split seconds.
I am not nearly advanced enough in physics for my opinion to count anything. But for the first time the theories of special relativity, general relativity and quantum mechanics make sense to me. And believe me, I've read a lot about them.
Even if Thomas' hypotheses are not accepted, his vision has helped me enormously to understand the inherent uncertainty in what we believe to be firm reality. It is firm. There us nothing to question and there is no supernatural malarkey to upset our declared theories.
Thank you so much for clearing up that sir! Now all your books are on my wish list.