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“The Physics of God” by author Gary Nickolaus uses the concepts of relativity, quantum physics and string theory in an attempt to go to where people cannot go and learn what they cannot know.
Benton City, Wash. (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
The Physics of God is the product of author Gary Nickolaus’ lifetime obsessive quest to understand the nature of reality and the purpose of existence. In this book, he defines certain concepts in quantum physics and tries to explain particular experiments which have defined man’s understanding of quantum physics. The purpose of this book is not to delve into the minutiae of physics, but rather to develop a description of God as the Physics.
This book reminds its readers that the understanding of the nature of reality and the purpose of existence has been a lifelong quest, a compulsion, likely fueled by what would be considered a psychological malfunction. In The Physics of God, Nickolaus provides the answers to questions relating to God, the universe and everything they need to know. He will take them to where they cannot go and learn what they cannot know. Using the concepts of relativity, quantum physics and string theory to form conclusions substantiated with current experimentation, the book presents a remarkable vision of the nature of reality, and a magnificent purpose of existence illustrated with poetry and painting.
Deftly written and packed with vital knowledge and essential information, this book will absolutely provide readers with a deeper understanding of the true nature of reality and the true purpose of existence. It is a must read for those who are searching for a book that contains enlightenment about quantum mechanics, God and life.
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About the Author
Gary Nickolaus was born in Schenectady, N.Y. and was moved back to the dessert valley of his grandparents shortly after birth, where he was raised in an isolated desert town dedicated to the production of plutonium for the toys of war built in part on his family’s condemned farms. It was a good place to be raised, a middle class dream of a totally new city, with new schools and parks and government housing built for mangers, engineers, and workers all with housing styles and neighborhoods. A middle class dream built isolated in the desert to produce the most dangerous material ever conceived by man. Now he is the lead civil structural inspector of a 12 billion dollar complex being built to isolate the radioactive chemical waste produced by that production.
The Physics of God * by Gary Nickolaus
Quantum Mechanics and All That Is, On Earth As It Is In Heaven
Publication Date: November 8, 2012
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