Holographic Universe, The

Michael Talbot
A Remarkable new theory of reality that explains: the paranormal abilities of the mind, the latest frontiers of physics and the unsolved riddles of brain and body. According to Jean Houston, PhD, "one of the most important books of the decade...a subtle but thrilling re-making of the mind. One comes to the end of it living in a larger universe, gifted with talents one never knew one had."


Reviewed: 2019-05-17
I've only rated this book a three for the moment because it bears a definite re-reading.

When I first read it many years ago, I seem to recall being blown away by the idea of every bit of ourselves, every bit of information, every memory and every event being stored somewhere in the micro-material of this universe, which is contained within one or more other universes, and which also itself/ourselves contain one or more parallel universes -unseen, but existing and colliding and sometimes even destroying each other or simply ending, even resulting in the creation of other universes.
Actually this inspired the basis for my first practice novel titled Creator: Friend or Foe, which is in My Reading section here on GR if you wish to torture yourself with it -several of my friends say they really liked it!
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