All things universal, time, beginnings and endings intrigue me. I have read A Brief History of Time more than once, and will continue to read a few more times as each reading helps me understand a little more. My interest in Quantum Physics started with references Michael Crichton made to it in his book Timeline. Which I also read repeatedly as it’s a darn good novel. But it is publications not related to fiction that catch my interest.
I also understand that there is lots of updated info since the publications of these books. My twin city Waterloo has grown to become a world respected centre in Physics and multiple other sciences related to these endeavors and Stephen Hawking sits as a researcher at our Waterloo Perimeter Institute and has since 2008.
Richard Feynman who apparently understands Quantum Mechanics better than anyone is credited with saying, “Nobody understands Quantum Mechanics.” and that is the one line that made me think, heck if no one including the experts do not understand it then I can be comfortable in searching it out and I don’t have to feel like an idiot because no one understands it!
Somehow this all ties into my thoughts on the universe and our connectivity with It and each other. Our universal mind.
Could I carry on a conversation with those in the know? Absolutely not. Would I like to stand in the presence of these great minds? Absolutely.
If I were many years younger would I move heaven and earth to become one of these great minds? You betcha! (Although I may need a greater mind than that which was bestowed on me.)
I will continue to seek, to learn, to dream though because after all this is the new frontier and I do so love having my brain tickled by the very thought.