After death: a new future for human consciousness

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W. Morrow, 1991 - Family & Relationships - 283 pages
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A molecular biologist examines the science of immortality, concludes that the greatest flaw in human consciousness is the perception of time, and urges humans to contemplate a higher cosmic consciousness. 15,000 first printing.

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The late molecular biologist Reanney focuses on issues concerning time and death from a psychological perspective. He examines the history and nature of consciousness, especially the fear of death ... Read full review

Contents

ON FACT FAITH AND FEEDBACK
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SODS LAW AND THE ARROW OF TIME
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THE GENE MACHINE
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