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Solving scientific problems should be like working a crossword puzzle, wherein correct answers fit not only horizontally but vertically, as well. Laypersons understand that completed sections will link with one another to form a coherent picture. Unfortunately, this wisdom is nonexistent in present scientific endeavors. Instead, the main trend in modern science is toward a continuous branching into more and more deeply specialized fields, with concentration upon small and manageable problems left disconnected from other phenomena. The inevitable consequence of this increasingly segmented state is a difficulty of accepting that some portions of the "puzzle" may be wrong; anomalies are ignored or rejected, causing the puzzle to remain unsolved. This book has two main objectives. The first is, to borrow from another sort of puzzle, to put all the pieces on the table. The second is to interconnect them into a single unifying scheme. One of the most crucial pieces is the finding of quantum mechanics that consciousness must be involved for a physical event to take place, a counterintuitive concept that prompted Sir James Jeans to declare, "The universe begins to look more like a great thought than a great machine." Likewise, Nobel physicist Eugene Wigner remarked, "The very study of the external world led to the conclusion that the content of the consciousness is an ultimate reality." If mind is the ultimate reality, then describing the structure of consciousness becomes absolutely crucial. An understanding of the structure of the mental world would allow a unification of psychology, physics, and biology. This would be the mother of all unifications: a genuine theory of everything. This book dares to propose a unifying scheme through which all things are explained by just two fundamental mental entities. Nothing else is needed.
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About the Author
I am an author with three books published and another one on its way. The first one I published in 2000 and it is titled "Coherent Nature: The Structure and Process of Consciousness." The second one is "A Genuine Theory of Everything: Explaining Consciousness through a Unification of Psychology, Physics, and Biology." The third one is "A Critique of Science: How Incoherent Leaders Purged Metaphysics of Mind and God.