Probability Mechanics
by Louis M. Houston

"Since infinite information does not propagate, it does not radiate. Therefore, infinite information cannot be observed."

Packed full of theoretical science and mathematical formulas, this brief textbook applies quantum mechanics to metaphysical concerns such as the manifestation or the possibility of parallel universes. Almost every chapter introduces new theorems and definitions as it builds and develops a series of concepts that set out to prove the author’s point. Examining concepts like probability, information, the multiverse, and even voodoo, the application of existing scientific theorems is used to show a potential real-world basis for concepts and ideas that are not widely accepted. With a mixture of sourced reading materials, theories, and a perspective from a new set of eyes with the academic expertise to comprehend and interpret all of the data, this book sets out to disprove intelligent design and examine how to make probability into something approaching certainty.

Crammed full of complex ideas and mathematical formulas, this is not a book simply for a curious passerby. By getting right down to the facts and figures, the author is able to make his case quickly at the cost of potentially overwhelming the average reader. Thus, it should be understood that anyone with an interest in this study should already have an understanding of basic quantum mechanics and the ability to parse and understand complex scientific concepts. For those that have the knowledge to make sense of these proposals, there is a wealth of interesting ideas in just a few chapters that become more exciting with practical math backing them up. While it will take a certain eye to fully appreciate what the author offers here, the potential for exciting new discoveries in areas largely considered to be pseudo-scientific should be exciting for anyone.

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