PSIence: How New Discoveries in Quantum Physics and New Science May Explain the Mysteries of Paranormal Phenomenom

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Are poltergeists energy fluctuations in the Zero Point Field?

Could even the simple experience of déjà vu be explained by the quantum theory of parallel universes?

Do thoughts have the energy to manifest and move physical objects?

PSIence introduces readers to the latest discoveries in quantum physics ...
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Overview

Are poltergeists energy fluctuations in the Zero Point Field?

Could even the simple experience of déjà vu be explained by the quantum theory of parallel universes?

Do thoughts have the energy to manifest and move physical objects?

PSIence introduces readers to the latest discoveries in quantum physics and New Science that may explain the existence of paranormal phenomena-UFOs, ghosts, poltergeists, mysterious apparitions, time anomalies, the Bermuda Triangle, energy vortices-and psychic abilities such as ESP, telekinesis, remote viewing, and recalling past lives.

You'll explore the cutting-edge ideas that are fascinating both scientists and paranormal investigators, including:


  • The latest theories of multiple universes and eleven dimensions.
  • The Zero Point Field-is it the potential source of all creative energy?
  • The potential of every human being to experience the paranormal.

Many of the world's leading scientists, researchers, philosophers and spiritual leaders-from noted physicists like Michio Kaku to the revered Dalai Lama-are beginning to accept the possibility of alternate realities and dimensions that warp time and space. PSIence takes the reader on a journey to where the "normal" and the paranormal intersect, where the known and unknown converge, where science greets the supernatural.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781564148957
  • Publisher: Career Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/28/2006
  • Edition description: 1ST
  • Pages: 258
  • Sales rank: 1,185,480
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.54 (d)

Meet the Author

Marie D. Jones is a lifelong student, researcher and investigator of metaphysics and the paranormal. She is the author of Looking For God In All the Wrong Places, as well as hundreds of published articles, book reviews, essays and short stories. A licensed New Thought/Metaphysics minister and counselor, she lives in San Diego, California.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2007

    Zero Point Energy --- Definition

    In physics, the zero-point energy is the lowest possible energy that a quantum mechanical physical system may possess and is the energy of the ground state of the system. Did not read this book but it seems like it is worth a read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2007

    Hard to Believe

    It's hard to believe this pap and drival still passes for science let alone Intelligent thought. Zero point energy? this is a misnomer. There is no such thing as Zero point energy, because zero connotes nothing. Any scientist worth his degree knows something can never come from nothing. Nothing comes from nothing. It is a completely made up theory conjured up by the active imagination of man.

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