Hidden Domain: "Home Of the Quantum Wave Function, Nature's Creative Source" by Norman FriedmanHidden Domain: "Home Of the Quantum Wave Function, Nature's Creative Source" by Norman Friedman

Hidden Domain: "Home Of the Quantum Wave Function, Nature's Creative Source"

byNorman Friedman

Paperback | April 21, 2004

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Did you know that our everyday world arises from an invisible ocean of unlimited energy that surrounds and permeates us? That all events exist in potential form in this ocean, and certain ones are selected to be manifest in our reality? And that this domain is the source not only of our universe but innumerable other universes as well?

In The Hidden Domain, Norman Friedman explores these statements and uses images, metaphors and analogies grounded in solid science to present an intriguing, non-mathematical, quantum-physics perspective of the conscious energy at the source of all creation.
Norman Friedman (St. Louis) became the founder and former owner of a multimillion-dollar electronic research company before his scientific background and his interest in metaphysics drove him to step away from the business world and take a deeper look into these two seemingly separate areas. His explorations lead him to write his two r...
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Title:Hidden Domain: "Home Of the Quantum Wave Function, Nature's Creative Source"Format:PaperbackDimensions:1 pages, 8.25 × 5.25 × 0.6 inPublished:April 21, 2004Publisher:Red Wheel Weiser

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ISBN - 13:9781889964096

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The Hidden Domain explains that our familiar, three-dimensional world is a reality arising from an invisible ocean of unmeasurable energy which surrounds and permeates us. This conception, as remarkable as it seems, arises in a natural way from the mathematical formalisms of modern quantum theory -- a theory which is the most successful in scientific history.Physicists describe this non-physical level of reality with the mathematical entity called the wave function. Since this level is not accessible to us through conventional scientific equipment, The Hidden Domain presents a detailed study of the wave function using images, metaphors, and analogies which are grounded in solid science. This underlying basic source of our normal sensory reality is thoroughly investigated and illustrated without the use of mathematics. An intriguing learning adventure is thus created for the layperson as well as the scientist