Fred Alan Wolf is a
physicist, author, and lecturer who earned his Ph.D. in
theoretical physics at UCLA in 1963. He continues to write,
lecture throughout the world, and conduct research on the
relationship of quantum physics to consciousness.
He was featured in
the movie, What the Bleep Do We Know and is well known
for his simplification of the new physics. He is perhaps
best known as the author of Taking the Quantum Leap
which, in 1982, was the recipient of the prestigious National
Book Award for Science. This book is a wonderful example of how
Dr. Wolf makes quantum physics understandable to the average
person. It wasn't until reading this book did Linn begin to
appreciate quantum physics the way Cardell had for many years.
We were blessed to
have dinner with him one evening while living on Kauai. He is
jovial, gracious and extremely interesting. His lectures are
informative, thought provoking and entertaining and his books
are a must read for anyone studying the expansion of
consciousness or wanting to understand quantum physics and it's
relationship to our existence.
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