Schrodinger's Cat Trilogy: The Universe Next Door, The Trick Top Hat, & The Homing Pigeons (Google eBook)

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Random House Publishing Group, Oct 21, 2009 - Fiction - 560 pages
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The sequel to the cult classic The Illuminatus! Trilogy, this is an epic fantasy that offers a twisted look at our modern-day world--a reality that exists in another dimension of time and space that may be closer than we think.
  

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Review: Schrödinger's Cat Trilogy (Schrödinger's Cat #1-3)

User Review  - Laurène Poret - Goodreads

While including some mind blowing moments, this book is generally confusing and confused. I appreciate that it is the first book using the theory of parallel universes (brought by quantum theory) and ... Read full review

Review: Schrödinger's Cat Trilogy (Schrödinger's Cat #1-3)

User Review  - Martin Doy - Goodreads

I'm not sure what I should get out of this book. Should I just read it as entertainment or is there more lurking within it's cornucopia of conspiracy theories???? Humorous and inventive........ Read full review

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Rob Wilson received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Cornell University in 1992, and has taught at Queen's University, Canada (1992-1996), and the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (1996-2001), where he was a member of the Cognitive Science Group at the university's Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology. Since July 2000 he has been professor of philosophy at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Canada. His areas of professional interest are the philosophy of the mind, the foundations of cognitive science, and the philosophy of biology. He recently edited "Species: New Interdisciplinary Essays" (MIT Press, 1999), and with Frank Keil, is the general editor of "The MIT Press Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences" (MIT Press, 1999). See also his webpage.

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