Two books that could transform your understanding of reality:

Breath of the Cosmos: The physics of material reality as never before - in beautiful pictures and flowing poetry.

Tapestry of Light: A radically new, but ages old, perspective on the nature of material reality. A layman's view of the scientific issues.

In these books Dr Grahame Blackwell presents, in two quite different styles, his findings from ten years of scientific investigation and careful mathematical analysis. (No maths in either book.)

[Full maths available here]

"I read 'Tapestry of Light' on my flight to Washington, D.C. - I was stunned!

I proceeded to read 'Breath of the Cosmos' the day after I got back.

'Tapestry' deserves a Nobel prize in physics and 'Breath' a Nobel prize in literature.

Your energy flow paradigm makes total sense to me. As you show, it explains all of Einstein's findings but also explains the arrow of time.

A truly seminal book!"

Lloyd Morgan, Director, Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States.

"I thought your talk at the London College of Spirituality 2012 Forum was absolutely fantastic - interesting, funny, massively informative and you made some complex science very acces-sible.  Your books have been on my to-buy list since then, how wonderful that they are now on their way.  I really look forward to reading them."

Dee Apolline, The Big Chi, London.

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Transfinite Mind: Mission Statement

The mission of Transfinite Mind is quite simply:

"To change the way the world sees the universe."

There's a bit more to it than that, of course.  There's little point in changing the world's perception unless it takes us somewhere new and exciting - and worthwhile.  And a take on reality that's not readily understood by people from every walk of life doesn't really qualify as "changing the way the world sees".

So maybe "changing to a viewpoint that offers vast new exciting possibilities, in a way that everybody can understand".  But be aware that once you've seen what's possible - or might be - you may find your crossword or sudoku (or Playstation/Wii) just a little bit mundane.  When the future - and the universe - is beckoning, the sort of person who's got as far as reading this page is going to want to be in on the action.

But we all have to start somewhere small.  So:

"To change the way the world sees the universe."

will do for starters.