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Other Worlds: A Portrait of Nature in Rebellion, Space, Superspace and the Quantum Universe

Davies, Paul C. D.

 The author is a British theoretical physicist and science writer. This is a nontechnical introduction to the implications of quantum theory, particularly for the nature of time and space. The central role of the observer is explored, with passing mention of the relevance of ESP experiments which, Davies says, cannot "stand up to scrutiny" (p. 191). Readers knowledgeable about parapsychology will find the book interesting in view of the connections they will be able to make between the role of the observer in physics and in parapsychology.
Publisher Information:New York: Simon & Schuster, 1980. 207p. Index. 18 Illus
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