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Physics has discovered some fundamental laws through which nature manages this universe. These laws are supposed to be space, time, and observer independent. Laws of such significance must have philosophical implications too and must provide at least a broad framework within which we must seek answers to bigger questions on life, the universe, the ‘I’ and its relationship with the ‘Unknowable’.
Science has studied almost every observable physical entity in the universe except the human beings. Can we evolve a theory of everything without answering the all-important question, ‘What is it that turns a human body into a human being?’
Do we have enough information to answer the bigger questions that not only philosophy asks? Can physics leave these questions unanswered?
Author realized during his scientific exploration of nature of reality that we have all the information required to answer these bigger questions that physics has conveniently ignored so far.
Author’s first book, ‘Nature of Reality’ marks a significant development in physics and this book naturally evolves from the author’s scientific exploration of nature of reality.
The book scientifically answers such important questions as, 'Who am I?', 'Why am I here?', 'What is the reality of my existence?', 'What is objective reality?', 'Does God exist?', 'etc.
Every sentence of the book is a mantra. It is a book that must be read by every human being.
Author is a Theoretical Physicist based at Indore, India.