Humans are intrigued by a legion of seemingly unanswerable questions: What is the nature and extent of the universe? Is there a fourth dimension? Is time travel possible? But most do not recognize that reality operates as a discernible structure under a fixed set of rules. Increasingly, human progress depends on recognizing this structure.
No perception of reality will ever be perfect or complete. But this new view results in a new way of thinking, one that is coherent and useful at every level of human endeavor.
Hidden in Plain Sight
This book opens that door.