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Written on: 16/08/2011 by E.V.Guest (2 reviews written)
While I enjoyed the content of this book, it was difficult to get through without a dictionary or thesaurus. The ideas were indeed revolutionary and made me think of the universe in a whole new light. Now there is a sequel, 'The Evolutioning of Creation - Volume 2', which pragmatically explores the precepts of physics comparitively to the author's alternative theories. I believe the author has matured as the content is much more readable and the concepts are much more intriguing. I especially… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/03/2010
This presentation of revolutionary ideas towards an alternate perspective of cosmogony is promising, but difficult to extract. I enjoyed wrapping my mind around an utterly mind boggling view of the universe as an evolutionary being dependent on an ever accelerating universe. It provides an extra measure of dimensional consideration by hypothesizing the condition of existence is merely its degree of convergence in Space and Time. Equally profound is the inclusion of non-existence as a degree of… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2004 by booknet (1 review written)
Stephen J. Bauer's The Evolutioning of Creation, appears to be an incredible "sleeper." Although not altogether written well, what the book presents in content is a feast for the mind. Not since "MindWalk", have I had to think so much or have I been challenged to stretch my imagination so much to keep up with the material.
I enjoyed it immensely. Will there be a sequel ?… Read Full Review
" Very highly recommended for everyone " Read More
Written by plappen
" Insightful View of the Universe as a Being " Read More
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Written by georgecox220
" Newly published sequel " Read More
Written by E.V.Guest
"Another book on climate change!", surely many of us would lament.
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Written by deepakpareek