Equations of Eternity: Speculations On Consciousness Meaning and Mathematical Rules That Orchestrate the Cosmos
In a dazzling, lyrical mixture of science and philosophy, acclaimed science writer David Darling makes a provocative case for the workings of human consciousness, its origins, and its destiny when the next "Big Bang" precipitates a quantum leap in evolution. Equations of Eternity rethinks thought and the existence of intelligence in a way that will give readers a lot to think about.
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EQUATIONS OF ETERNITY: Speculations on Consciousness, Meaning, and the Mathematical Rules that Orchestrate the CosmosUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
In another speculative volume, Darling (Deep Time, 1989) foresees a grand and glorious future as he ponders the nature and destiny of humanity. With degrees in physics and astronomy, he's able to ... Read full review
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