El universo Unreal – Reviewed

The Straits Times

pback-cover (17K)El periódico nacional de Singapur, los tiempos de los estrechos, alaba el estilo de lectura y conversación utilizado en El universo Unreal y recomienda a cualquiera que quiera aprender sobre la vida, el universo y todo.

Wendy Lochner

Llamando El universo Unreal una buena lectura, Wendy dice, “Está bien escrito, muy claro a seguir para el no especialista.”

Bobbie Navidad

Describiendo El universo Unreal como “un libro tan perspicaz e inteligente,” Bobbie dice, “Un libro para pensar laicos, esta lectura, invita a la reflexión trabajo ofrece una nueva perspectiva sobre nuestra definición de la realidad.”

M. S. Chandramouli

M. S. Chandramouli graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras in 1966 and subsequently did his MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. After an executive career in India and Europe covering some 28 years he founded Surya International in Belgium through which he now offers business development and industrial marketing services.

Here is what he says about El universo Unreal:

The book has a very pleasing layout, with the right size of font and line spacing and correct content density. Great effort for a self-published book!”

The impact of the book is kaleidoscopic. The patterns in one reader’s mind (mina, es decir) shifted and re-arranged themselves with a ‘rustling noisemore than once.””The author’s writing style is remarkably equidistant from the turgid prose of Indians writing on philosophy or religion and the we-know-it-all style of Western authors on the philosophy of science.

There is a sort of cosmic, background ‘Eureka!’ that seems to suffuse the entire book. Its central thesis about the difference between perceived reality and absolute reality is an idea waiting to bloom in a million minds.

The test on the ‘Emotionality of Faith,’ Página 171, was remarkably prescient; it worked for me!”

I am not sure that the first part, which is essentially descriptive and philosophical, sits comfortably with the second part with its tightly-argued physics; if and when the author is on his way to winning the argument, he may want to look at three different categories of readersthe lay but intelligent ones who need a degree of ‘translation,’ the non-physicist specialist, and the physicist philosophers. Market segmentation is the key to success.

I think this book needs to be read widely. I am making a small attempt at plugging it by copying this to my close friends.

Steven Bryant

Steven is a Vice President of Consulting Services for Primitive Logic, a premier Regional Systems Integrator located in San Francisco, California. He is the author of The Relativity Challenge.

Manoj views science as just one element in the picture of life. Science does not define life. But life colors how we understand science. He challenges all readers to rethink their believe systems, to question what they thought was real, to askwhy”? He asks us to take off ourrose colored glassesand unlock new ways of experiencing and understanding life. This thought provoking work should be required reading to anyone embarking on a new scientific journey.

Manoj’s treatment of time is very thought provoking. While each of our other sensessight, sonar, smell, taste and touchare multi-dimensional, time appears to be single dimensional. Understanding the interplay of time with our other senses is a very interesting puzzle. It also opens to door to the existence possibilities of other phenomena beyond our know sensory range.

Manoj’s conveys a deep understanding of the interaction of our physics, human belief systems, perceptions, experiences, and even our languages, on how we approach scientific discovery. His work will challenge you to rethink what you think you know is true.

Manoj offers a unique perspective on science, percepción, and reality. The realization that science does not lead to perception, but perception leads to science, is key to understanding that all scientificfactsare open for re-exploration. This book is extremely thought provoking and challenges each reader the question their own beliefs.

Manoj approaches physics from a holistic perspective. Physics does not occur in isolation, but is defined in terms of our experiencesboth scientific and spiritual. As you explore his book you’ll challenge your own beliefs and expand your horizons.

Blogs and Found Online

From the Blog Through The Looking Glass

This book is considerably different from other books in its approach to philosophy and physics. It contains numerous practical examples on the profound implications of our philosophical viewpoint on physics, specifically astrophysics and particle physics. Each demonstration comes with a mathematical appendix, which includes a more rigorous derivation and further explanation. The book even reins in diverse branches of philosophy (e.g. thinking from both the East and the West, and both the classical period and modern contemporary philosophy). And it is gratifying to know that all the mathematics and physics used in the book are very understandable, and thankfully not graduate level. That helps to make it much easier to appreciate the book.

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Calling itselfAn Honest Review of El universo Unreal,” this review looks like the one used in los tiempos de los estrechos.

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