The Physics of Manifestation

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Author House, Jul 16, 2012 - Science - 108 pages
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Manifestation is the process which transforms thoughts into reality. Many have written about manifestation and many have successfully applied it within their lives. The Physics of Manifestation provides a scientific explanation for how manifestation works and how the energy of concentration can be focused to transmit signals to remote sites. This book shows how different thought patterns, driven by underlying intelligence, can be used to manipulate probability. The theory is described with a precise mathematical format.
 

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Contents

Background
1
Properties of Thought
13
Manifestation
17
The Theory of Magic
25
The Theory of Probability Distortions
49
Concentration
67
Causality
71
Unconscious Concentration
73
Stability
77
Probability Waves
81
Power
83
Interference
87
Tuning
91
A Summary of the Theory
93
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The author Louis Houston is currently a research scientist at the Louisiana Accelerator Center at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and has been in academia for eighteen years. Prior to academia, the author was a research geophysicist for Exxon. He has three degrees, including a PhD in physics from Rice University in Houston, Texas. His work has been focused on imaging problems in seismic theory, but currently involves applied mathematics. The author has a diverse range of interests which include painting and music. In both of these areas, the author has worked professionally. He has a strong interest in quantum mechanics and information theory, but also has interests in philosophy, including Eastern philosophy. The author has always treasured the pursuit of knowledge and the support of family members and close friends. Communication is considered to be very important and is a primary motivation for writing. The author lives in Youngsville, Louisiana and commutes regularly to Lafayette, Louisiana to work and to visit his mother. He has two sisters and maintains a close relationship with both. Music is an important factor. When he is not listening to music, the author entertains himself on guitar. He has personally produced several CDs of original music.

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