The Infinity Paradox

A tale of mathematics, physics, and the quest for the secrets of the universe

EAN:  9789464810202
Publicatiedatum:   28-02-2023
Uitvoering:  Paperback / softback
Taal:  Engels
Aantal pagina's:  88

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The story is about a mathematician named Zeno who becomes obsessed with understanding the nature of reality and the secrets of the universe. He begins to study the nature of consciousness and its relationship to the physical universe, and discovers that consciousness is not just an emergent property of matter and energy, but a fundamental aspect of the universe. He also realizes that the laws of physics are not just objective, but are also shaped by the observer's perception and experience. He disappears without a trace, and his notes and research were found, but they were incomplete and filled with strange symbols and code that no one could decipher. A secret society, called the Keepers of Zeno's Legacy, was formed with the goal of preserving and studying Zeno's work, they believed that his theories were too dangerous to share with the world, and that they should only be revealed to a select few who were deemed worthy. After years, the Keepers of Zeno's Legacy became more and more secretive and their existence became almost mythological. Finally, the secret society was no more, and the knowledge of Zeno's theories and discoveries were lost forever. But a new organization, called The Circle of Infinity, was formed by a small group of mathematicians and scientists who were determined to uncover the truth about Zeno's theories, and to discover the secrets of the universe that he had uncovered. They achieved their goal and discovered that by understanding the nature of reality, they could unlock the secrets of the universe, and in doing so, they could unlock the secrets of human potential.

    EAN: 9789464810202
    Publicatiedatum:   28-02-2023
    Uitvoering: Paperback / softback
    Taal: Engels
    Hoogte: 148 mm
    Breedte: 111 mm
    Dikte: 7 mm
    Gewicht: 68 gr
    Status: Te bestellen
    Aantal pagina's: 88