The Field first reader

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Folk tales, old Rime, modern verse, dramatized story,

Statementby Walter Taylor Field ... illustrated by Maginel Wright Enright
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Pagination166 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14823078M

The book ranges from work in quantum physics (specifically, idea of the Zero Point Field) to biology to (inadvertent) homeopathy to the holographic model of the mind to psychic phenomena in gathering evidence to support its argument that this Zero Point Field is nothing less than the substrate of the "external" world and "internal" experience.4/5.

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