Tao of Chaos: Merging East and West
In this exciting study, Katya Walter investigates the similarities between China's I Ching and the genetic code, and concludes that the I Ching preceded Leibnitz binary code by more than 3,000 years. The same structure scientists have found in DNA also exists in this ancient book of wisdom as well as in spiders' webs, sunflowers, and antique Indian rugs. This, says Dr. Walter, is evidence of a Master Plan in which God is the all-encompassing pattern present in all life. Using Chaos Theory as the basis for her revolutionary ideas, she shows how we create order in our own minds and reveals the fundamental order of the universe.
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