Book Review: The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot

You will find my book review covers the revised paperback edition with a new foreword by Lynne McTaggart. Reading the front cover you see: The Holographic Universe, The revolutionary theory of reality that explains the latest frontiers of physics, the paranormal abilities of the mind, the unsolved riddles of brain and body. Author: Michael Talbot, and a review by Jean Houston, Ph.D.: “A subtle but thrilling remaking of the mind. One comes to the end of it living in a larger universe, gifted with talents one never knew one had.”

In my review, I make reference to the first paragraph of the foreword which seems like a good introduction. Here it is: “Like any good science fiction writer with a taste for journalism, Michael Talbot liked to trawl through frontier science for ideas. In the 1980s, Talbot chanced upon an obscure French experiment carried out by a junior lecturer for his doctoral dissertation. It had been an audacious project; Alain Aspect, a Ph.D. candidate at the Ecole normale supérieure de Cachan outside of Paris, set out to demonstrate that, in at least one regard, Albert Einstein had been wrong.”

My complete review is found here.