Infinite Potential

Infinite Potential

What Quantum Physics Reveals About How We Should Live

eBook - 2013
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A hopeful and controversial view of the universe and ourselves based on the principles of quantum physics, offering a way of making our lives and the world better, with a foreword by Deepak Chopra

In Infinite Potential , physical chemist Lothar Schäfer presents a stunning view of the universe as interconnected, nonmaterial, composed of a field of infinite potential, and conscious. With his own research as well as that of some of the most distinguished scientists of our time, Schäfer moves us from a reality of Darwinian competition to cooperation, a meaningless universe to a meaningful one, and a disconnected, isolated existence to an interconnected one. In so doing, he shows us that our potential is infinite and calls us to live in accordance with the order of the universe, creating a society based on the cosmic principle of connection, emphasizing cooperation and community.
Publisher: New York : Crown Publishing Group, 2013
ISBN: 9780307985965
Branch Call Number: Overdrive eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource


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May 14, 2015

A statement on page six provides a good summary: "You want people to believe that underlying the visible phenomena of the universe there is a realm of the physical reality that doesn't consist of material things or fields of energy, but of ideas or mathematical forms, and that these forms are real, but nobody can see them? No matter, no energy, just ideas, mathematical forms, or patterns that exist as hidden states in all things, and everything that we can see comes out of them? " The author goes on to prove his points, not by referring to any "sacred scriptures," but by using realities of quantum physics. He also shows how our Western, materialist, and reductionist viewpoint is contributing to a narrowed, and misleading, bias.


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