Thanks for the George Johnson reference. I'll try look for it. From
the topics, it reminds me of another book which deals with Quantum Mechanics,
"Taking the Quantum Leap", by Fred Alan Wolfe (1981). Wolfe's book is a good
history of science, with philosophical associations, and is particularly
focused on the non-continuity of time, which was been assumed continuous (as
opposed to discrete) by classical science. Wolfe's book got sticky for me
near the end, where he tried to theorize about the operation of quantum
mechanics in the realm of conciousness... Wolfe's later books seem to be even more
New Age-ish, (by title and marketing context), but I haven't read them. I
liked this one, though.
I'm interested in thinking about the MoQ, and quality, in the context of
Quantum Mechanics, so I'm interested in many of your questions, but may have to
work on it slowly. I'm going to try to do that...
Thanks for the questions.
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