> "Scott Badger" <email@example.com> writes:
> > The URL is http://www.indiana.edu/~pietsch/home.html#sample
> > I have Paul's book and spoke with him a few years ago in his office at
> > Indiana University during my stint there. He was a pleasant individual
> > seemed frustrated with the belief that the scientific community would
> > accept his theory as plausible "for another 50 years or so", as I recall
> > saying.
> How reasonable does his theories appear? I have only had the briefest
> exposure to them, and they didn't make much sense to me. But then
> again, I'm a dogmatic greyface :-)
Hey, I said I have the book. I didn't say I read it. Actually, I did read some of it but remember it being a bit thick for me back then. It might still be for that matter. The main reason I went to visit him in his office was to get a better handle on how his holographic paradigm differed from a couple others that I had been exposed to (Michael Talbot, Stanislaw Grof). Unfortunately, I left with little more understanding than I came in with. I do hope to dig into it a bit more someday, though.