In Confirmation, Whitley eulogized his dear friend Michael Talbot, author of The Holographic Universe: “The key to the new way of thinking I was seeking was handed to me by a dying man. He brought me as close to the visitors as I had ever been, he gave me a clear look into an even deeper, even more hidden part of our world than I had found thus far and?what is most critical?in a few electrifying seconds he completely revised my understanding of good and evil, the meaning of death and?for me?the meaning of man.” The Holographic Universe is considered by many to be among the most brilliant books ever written about the nature of scientific mysteries. Michael Talbot, who died tragically of cancer at the age of just 36, left this as his great work.
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