Author: Peter Kezwer Glen
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8120717481
The author gives an informative insight into the connections between physics and meditation based on personal experiences. The book also reveals how meditation can result in attaining good health, happiness, clear thinking, peace of mind, self-sufficiency and fearlessness. An enlightening journey through Physics and Meditation.
CHAPTER I : INTRODUCTION
What is Scientific about Meditation?
The Scientific Method Applied to Meditation
Karl Popper's Scientific Method
Purpose of This Book
Why Bother with Oneness?
More about Oneness
Can the Existence of the Knower be proven Scientifically?
Physicists Speak out on Oneness
But what you say is so simplistic !
Some Personal Notes
I am the Creator of My own happiness
Who can Meditate ?
Structure of the Book
CHAPTER II : THE SPECIAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY
The Michelson-Morley Experiment
Preliminaries to the Advent of Special Relativity
The Special Theory of Relativity and Oneness
Mass and Energy are one
The Speed of Light
Space and Time United
Space-The Final Frontier
CHAPTER III : THE GENERAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY
The World Discovers Professor Albert Einstein
Origins of General Relativity
The Final Steps
What is "Curved" in Curved Space-Time?
Experimental Confirmation of the General Theory of Relativity
The General Theory of Relativity and Oneness
From the Gross to the Subtle
CHAPTER IV : QUANTUM THEORY : THE OBSERVER
Historical Origins of the Quantum Theory
The Quantum Theory Comes of Age
Uncertainty Creeps in
The Conundrum of Quantum Mechanics
The Quantum Theory of Measurement
Quantum Theory : The Observer and Oneness
What is Consciousness?
Are We ever aware of our own Consciousness?
Complementarity in the Laboratory of Oneness
Where is the Knower Located?
CHAPTER V : QUANTUM THEORY : NON-LOCALITY
What is Non-Locality ?
Einstein Versus the Quantum Theory
Einstein Takes on Neils Bohr
EPR Present Their Case
From EPR to Bohr, Bohm, Bell and Aspect
Hidden Variable Theories - Enter David Bohm
Bell Provides the Theory and Aspect the Experiment
Non-Locality and Oneness
Can We Reject Realism ?
Practical Consequences of Rejecting Realism