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However, I was able to finish one of the books I recently checked out. First of all, as you can tell by most of the books reviewed here, I am not much of a non-fiction person. Things have changed a little now, and I am now picking up non-fiction books on interesting subjects that aren't bout the usual economics that have been sold within the past decade.
The book you see here was one of the few non-fiction books I picked up to read on the train ride.
Written by Dr. Ervin Laszlo and Dr. Jude Currivan (yeah they both got Ph.D's so you gotta call em Dr.), Cosmos; A Co-creator's Guide to the Whole World broadly covers subjects such as string theory, the Akashic field, holographics, certain terms of physics and other developments/studies that have done to prove such phenomena as ESP and premonitions.
For 264 pages, this book does not cover the whole world as it is stated in the subtitle of this book. Both authors cover broadly certain complex theories such as the string theory and equations such as E=mC2 in basic terms. There were instances that I felt certain subjects should have been given more detailed explanations and examples of, like the concept of quanta being used to discover parallel universes. However, I did learn certain things such as what are "photons" and certain experiments & developments done to prove phenomena like ESP. Sure some of the information done here you can research it online but this book is good to guide people who are starting to connect with other books containing more detailed information on the aforementioned subjects. I wouldn't take this book literal to the details provided but its good to get you started on understanding more of what Albert Einstein was talking about in his equation of E=mC2. Oh and another thing: this book in almost every chapter had an Albert Einstein quote to accompany it. It was kinda cool and deep but wasn't too much of an introduction to the chapter. The main concept I got from this book is to be more aware and not be afraid to learn new things. So, if any of you thought that concepts like wormholes, string theory, parallel universes, chakras, ESP, premonitions, or even Deja Vu was interesting I would recommend this book to get you started. Either way,
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