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The Philadelphia Experiment Murder : Parallel Universes and the Physics of Insanity
by Alexandra Bruce and Peter Moon


Overview - Beginning with rumors in 1943, the legend of the Philadelphia Experiment has now grown to the point where it has captured the imagination of an entire generation. In decades past, science fiction pursued the cutting edge of consciousness with the quest to transcend the speed of light and engage the culture of outer space.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Beginning with rumors in 1943, the legend of the Philadelphia Experiment has now grown to the point where it has captured the imagination of an entire generation. In decades past, science fiction pursued the cutting edge of consciousness with the quest to transcend the speed of light and engage the culture of outer space. Today, the Philadelphia Experiment has become humanity's prime example in the effort to understand how consciousness interfaces with the cold hard quantum facts of life.

It has long since been established by science that parallel universes exist. The problem has been that no one knows how to penetrate or experience them save for the testimony of those who have been labeled insane. The Philadelphia Experiment Murder: Parallel Universes and the Physics of Insanity brings an entirely new view to the horizon. Prompted by a vigorous and thorough investigation of the circumstances surrounding the murder of Phil Schneider, parallel worlds come into focus though studying the nature of insanity itself.

In past attempts to understand Einstein's Unified Field Theory, consciousness has too often been omitted in the equation, yet consciousness is the very reason for observing its existence. Now, consciousness leaks new clues to the mysteries of the Philadelphia Experiment through the martyrizing of one of its proponents.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780963188953
  • ISBN-10: 096318895X
  • Publisher: Sky Books (NY)
  • Publish Date: January 2001
  • Page Count: 244


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