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Religion for Scientists-bookcover

By: Frank Henry

Religion for Scientists

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Following Fritjof Capra’s arguments in The Tao of Physics, this book seeks to draw a connection between Western mysticism and theoretical physics, specifically between string theory and the Hebrew esoteric tradition of Qabala, arguing that the structure of space-time is defined by the Qabalistic Tree of Life.Modern theories developed to combine the incompatible theories of relativity and quantum mechanics nearly always postulate that the Universe is defined in more dimensions than we are aware of – 10 in the super-symmetrical string theories, and 11 in M-theory and 11D supergravity. This implies that, in addition to the four dimensions from special relativity, there exist six more compactified onto a 6D complex geometry.

Frank Henry was born in 1969 in Wigan, Lancashire. He was educated at the University of Liverpool where he studied veterinary science. After graduation, he worked for four years in small animal practice, before resigning from the veterinary profession to research the material for this book.

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