“Our Mathematical Universe” by Max Tegmark
Max Tegmark’s book takes aim at three great puzzles:
1-How large is reality?
2-What is everything made of?
3-Why is our universe the way it is?
Tegmark, a professor of physics at MIT, writes at the cutting edge of cosmology and quantum theory in friendly exploration of reality. Although only a physicist or mathematician is likely to understand everything in Our Mathematical Universe, enough will be comprehensible for non-scientific readers to enjoy an amazing ride through the rich landscape of contemporary cosmology. more: here.
Time is probably a product of quantum entanglement that occurs because of observers.
We are about possibilities… perspectives, observations, deductions, reason, and more possibilities. Is it a maze? No, I think not. It is a dream. It is akin to multiple personality disorder (dissociation – dissociative identity disorder). Getting in touch with reality requires spiritual progress. Any information provided here is offered for entertainment purposes only. Discernment is always required.