The Holographic Universe: The Revolutionary Theory of Reality

Paperback | September 6, 2011

byMichael Talbot

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"Awake-up call to wonder, an adventure in ideas." —Larry Dossey,M.D., author of Space, Time & Medicine

Now witha new foreword by Lynn McTaggart, author of TheField, Michael Talbot’s classic treatise on the latest frontiers of physicsreveals a revolutionary theory of reality, explaining the paranormal abilitiesof the mind, the unsolved riddles of brain and body, and the true nature of theuniverse. Lyall Watson, author of Supernature,calls The Holographic Universe “elegant,” writing, “[Talbot] helps tobridge the artificial gap that has opened up between mind and matter, betweenus and the rest of the cosmos.”

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"Awake-up call to wonder, an adventure in ideas." —Larry Dossey,M.D., author of Space, Time & Medicine Now witha new foreword by Lynn McTaggart, author of TheField, Michael Talbot’s classic treatise on the latest frontiers of physicsreveals a revolutionary theory of reality, explaining the paranormal abilitiesof the mind, the unsolved ...

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Nearly everyone is familiar with holograms—three-dimensional images projected into space with the aid of a laser. Two of the world's most eminent thinkers believe that the universe itself may be a giant hologram, quite literally a kind of image or construct created, at least in part, by the human mind. University of London physicist Da...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.83 inPublished:September 6, 2011Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062014102

ISBN - 13:9780062014108

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good read, writing style is clear; which is odd given the concept explored This was definitely a good read, it kept me up late for a week. I had hard time connecting the 'scientific' dots in Mr. Talbot's arguments though, at times he overly simplified issues and left many areas unanswered. I give him thumbs up for his imagination and attempt to present such complex claims in a popular work. At the very least, such ideas open the doors to further scientific exploration.
Date published: 2012-11-12