The bestselling French graphic novel about the wonders of quantum physics Join Bob the explorer and his dog Rick on a rip-roaring trip through the quantum universe as they meet Max Planck, Albert Einstein, Erwin Schrödinger and many other scientists who encourage them to uncover the mysteries of physics with the help of pancakes, cats, mice and all kinds of optical illusions. Marvellous fun and absolutely enthralling, Mysteries of the Quantum Universe is full of surprises - perfect for lovers of comics and all geeks.
Anybody who is not shocked by quantum theory has not understood it. Niels Bohr's dictum bears witness to the bewildering impact of quantum theory, flying in the face of classical physics and dramatically transforming scientists' outlook on our relationship with the material world. In this book Paul Davies interviews eight physicists involved in debating and testing the theory, with radically different views of its significance.
Imagine what an epic impact this would have if mankind discovered not only that we're not alone, but also that aliens are actually humans living in the distant reaches of the universe, who seeded Earth to ensure survival of the species outside of more dangerous areas. In the probability of quantum mechanics, this is one possible outcome. Creative, alternative, and esoteric philosophical concepts of existence. How did the universe really begin? Can we fluidly access our subconscious and communicate with each other? Did the Egyptians build pyramids differently than previously conceived? These questions, along with many more, are addressed in Mysteries of the Universe; J.C. Vintner's second volume of the Ancient Earth Mysteries series. Volume II: Philosophy covers selected topics examining ancient cultures and their philosophical influence on the world while touching upon mankind's position in the universe. Explore new avenues of thinking through the mind's eye, and find out how we can change our future for the better. Mysteries of the Universe provides food for new thought as compelling inspiration for understanding our quantum purpose in the cosmos.
The supernatural is a very real dimension. If we could grasp the intersection of the spirit realm and science, what difference would it make in our daily lives? This groundbreaking work reveals how science, God, the spirit realm, and quantum physics all function together. When you discover how to tap into these supernatural frequencies, you can operate in greater dimensions of spiritual power. Through these pages, you will: Gain a greater authority in your prayer life and become more effective in intercessory warfare Understand how miracles are released and how you can access the power of God Experience a renewed sense of wonder at the God of Creation and bring your worship to new dimensions Operate in increased levels of discernment, recognizing the difference between sound science reinforcing Kingdom truth, and pseudo-science mixed with deceptive thought Grow in confidence to share your faith using the concepts of science and the supernatural to address people’s relevant questions about God When you understand the Quantum science of the supernatural, you will be equipped with keys that unlock new measures of Kingdom power, intercessory authority and supernatural miracles in your life!
A concise and engaging investigation of six interpretations of quantum physics. Rules of the quantum world seem to say that a cat can be both alive and dead at the same time and a particle can be in two places at once. And that particle is also a wave; everything in the quantum world can described in terms of waves—or entirely in terms of particles. These interpretations were all established by the end of the 1920s, by Erwin Schrödinger, Werner Heisenberg, Paul Dirac, and others. But no one has yet come up with a common sense explanation of what is going on. In this concise and engaging book, astrophysicist John Gribbin offers an overview of six of the leading interpretations of quantum mechanics. Gribbin calls his account “agnostic,” explaining that none of these interpretations is any better—or any worse—than any of the others. Gribbin presents the Copenhagen Interpretation, promoted by Niels Bohr and named by Heisenberg; the Pilot-Wave Interpretation, developed by Louis de Broglie; the Many Worlds Interpretation (termed “excess baggage” by Gribbin); the Decoherence Interpretation (“incoherent”); the Ensemble “Non-Interpretation”; and the Timeless Transactional Interpretation (which theorized waves going both forward and backward in time). All of these interpretations are crazy, Gribbin warns, and some are more crazy than others—but in the quantum world, being more crazy does not necessarily mean more wrong.
Exploring the Multi-Dimensional Mysteries of the Universe
Author: Dr. Craig A. Nelson
Publisher: WestBow Press
The book reveals that the science of Quantum Physics can bring clarity and understanding of the love of God and how He can have complete knowledge of all things yet not hinder free will. The Quantum Love of God is what makes Christianity completely different and unique from all the other religions in the world because it is the only religion where Jesus Christ, who is love Himself, comes to dwell within each willing heart when He is invited to. The book takes an insightful look at Quantum Physics and separates the objective science of Quantum Physics from the subjective mystical and spiritual interpretations and then compares them with what the Bible has to say on this subject. The book does not attempt to combine the latest discoveries of Quantum Physics with Christian doctrine to show that theology and science fit together very comfortably, or to prove scientifically that God exists.
Quantum mechanics stands as one of the most remarkable achievements of the 20th century, providing startling insight into the nature of matter and a spectacularly successful predictive theory. However, while the predictive ability of the quantum theory has been rigorously tested time and again, so that it now satisfies any criterion of reliability as a tool of scientific inquiry, fundamental difficulties remain with its interpretation. The Mystery of the Quantum World, Second Edition introduces the philosophical issues raised by the success of the quantum theory and lucidly outlines the different points of view adopted by various physicists striving to understand the meaning underlying the theories used every day. The author encourages you to see how the most successful of physical theories is relevant to issues outside physics. Revised and expanded, this edition includes a new chapter that introduces the most important of the recent developments in quantum theory. The authoritative selection of topics ensures that readers already familiar with the first edition of the book will extend their knowledge of quantum theory, and those with no previous knowledge acquire an insight into this fascinating world.
Quantum mysteries, multiverse, entanglement, synchronicity. Beyond materiality, for a spiritual vision of the cosmos.
Author: George Anderson
Publisher: Bruno Del Medico Editore
Pages 270. Illustrated. The incredible discoveries of quantum physics are completely upsetting the assumptions of classical science. Today the technique allows amazing achievements. For example, the first quantum computers with almost unlimited computing capabilities are being realized. Some support the real possibility of time travel. In addition to these innovations known to the general public, there are others less known but no less important. They are the novelties deriving from quantum studies, among which we can mention the "superposition of states" and the "quantum collapse". The "superposition of states" confirms that the same particle can be found simultaneously in two or more places. The theory of "quantum collapse" confirms that the behavior of matter can be decided simply by observation. These are not assumptions, but principles verified experimentally. This book does not only deal with these innovations, but gives much space to more advanced theories. These are theories announced but not yet confirmed. Furthermore, the book also evaluates the most risky theories, provided they are scientifically based. For example, the book talks about the multiverse, or theory of parallel universes, proposed by the physicist Hugh Everett. In the same way the book speaks of non-locality. It is a psychic space totally independent of the laws of classical physics. As a result of non-locality, elementary particles, located at astronomical distances, behave as if they were one. This book also talks about the latest research by Roger Penrose, an unbelieving physicist, and Stuart Hameroff. According to these two scientists the soul exists and can be identified with quantum fluctuations. These fluctuations have the ability to survive the physical death of the body. If really the "souls" are condensations of quantum fluctuations, we can formulate a question: will it ever be possible to devise instruments that allow dialogue with these fluctuations? The book exposes the research of established scientists but without using any mathematical formula. The theories are exposed in a simple and understandable way to everyone. In this way everyone can discover the unsuspected aspects of the reality in which we live. It is clear that quantum physics is decreeing the end of materialism and the beginning of a new cultural phase, based on the collaboration between spirit and matter.