Our Curious World of Mirror Images

Reflections on how Symmetry Frames our Universe, Empowers the Creative Process and Provides Context to Shape our Lives

by Titus Joseph


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/10/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 142
ISBN : 9781452584775
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 142
ISBN : 9781452584799
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Page Count : 142
ISBN : 9781452584782

About the Book

From ancient philosophy to the big bang, quantum physics, and cosmology, Titus Joseph takes us on a mind-stretching journey through time and space to unveil a new law, positional symmetry (requisite mirror image), that explains how all things come into existence through the curious symmetries found everywhere in nature.

This exciting new model of the universe draws on concepts from ancient philosophy and weaves together quantum mechanics with relativity, through the observable symmetries found in nature. Our Curious World of Mirror Images sheds new light on what it means to be human in a world in which all things are interrelated.

• Introducing a whole new way of looking at our world
• A universal theory combining profound scientific facts seamlessly with philosophy
• Written in an easy to read format with many illustrations so that anyone may understand
• Reconciles the intractable problem of duality
• Marries quantum theory with relativity in a relationship that works to explain reality
• Provides a compelling account of spacetime that makes sense of the arrow of time
• Demonstrates how all things come into being
• Provides a broad overview of the cosmos as a whole entity
• An eye-opener to the meaning of God
• Reconciles eastern paradigms with western views
• This book could change the way you see the world


About the Author

I was born by the sea; my father was a fisherman. I was born to be a philosopher yet I did not know that until my early adult life after I first studied the sciences, then to become a doctor of medicine. I loved biology because I excelled in it but I turned to philosophy in my mid-twenties because of a greater need to understand something more fundamental about our lives. I am very grateful for my formal education, I have a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy with a minor in religious studies, and a Master’s degree in counseling. My counseling degree has helped me to stay gainfully employed but you know it is the love of wisdom that motivates me and I think you will find out why as you read this remarkable book.