Sunday, October 10, 2004

Fred Alan Wolf's Parallel Universes

I am spending a quiet Sunday after my appearance on Michael Benner's KPFK radio show in greater Los Angeles and my two appearances in Anaheim at the Learning Light Center where on two occasions I spoke to standing room only audiences about the kind of stuff that goes through my mind, such as time travel, yoga, the quantum physics in the Bleep movie, and where we are all going as we parade our way through the 21st century.
It was really amazing to me that there was so much interest. More about this later.

6 Comments:

Blogger Rob Hall said...

As one of the many who attended your presentations at the Learning Light Foundation, I wanted to express my thanks for bringing your insights to us and helping us to discover the scientific foundations of many metaphysical, and previously unexplained, phenomenon. Since seeing "What the Bleep!" I have acquired a few of your books and find each one opens my eyes more and more to a deeper understanding of our truly amazing and wondrous existence. I honestly believe that this information, as it spreads, will have a great impact on the development of humanity in the 21st century.

So, I am very grateful that you (as one of the few) have chosen to come out from the ivory towers and share these discoveries in books and seminars that are so accessible and understandable to regular folks like me. We may not have the mathematics or other skills necessary to truly understand the details of your discoveries, but we can very much appreciate the results, and what it means to us as we try to interpret the human experience in all its mystery.

Thanks very much again, and I will look forward to seeing you here at the Learning Light again with Dr. Goswami in May of 2005!

Rob

October 11, 2004 at 10:56 PM  
Blogger rabusta said...

I'm sorry to say that I missed both programs. I have kind of a question and response on my blogspot: www.rabusta.blogspot.com It refers to doing nothing, contemplating on obstacles, and depression. I hope you'll at least take a look at it. I used to say that it was easy for comfortable middle-class folks to believe in, well, anything they choose, but an entire different story for dark, squat, poor folks in south central LA to do the same. Not that I'm the latter, but just as an example. It really does concern me. Where are we going with this.

October 12, 2004 at 12:31 AM  
Blogger Matt687 said...

Mr. Wolf I loved the bleep movie, exactly the fields I was looking for, or at least up until the part about emotions, that kinda was a let down when the whole wedding scene came, but otherwise I loved it. I very much hope to meet you some day, I am a senior at Thousand Oaks High School, and I am very interested in theoretical physics and quantum physics.
My physics class is a bit dull, seeing as how we are working on vectors and projectile motion (ZZZzzz), you know boring stuff. I am very interested in the area of shadow particles, I dont fully understand them yet, but I have developed a few of my own theories on random happenings, such as atoms going in and out of exsistance. It would be a great honor to speak to you, my email address is Matt687@bluebottle.com if your interested.

October 24, 2004 at 9:27 PM  
Blogger Fred Alan Wolf said...

Thanks for comments! If you have something to have me commenton or a question to ask try going to my web site www.fredalanwolf.com. ToI cant visit your web site cause I am really very busy these days.

October 25, 2004 at 1:57 PM  
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