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For those who might want to dig more deeply into this subject and get the “big picture,”  here is the Amazon description of my latest book

God and the Limbic Brain

How the Anatomy of the Brain
Explains Consciousness and Rules Out Evolution.

This is the book to read if you want to understand the answer to the “hard question” of science: How consciousness is connected to the physical brain. The book reveals the one true answer to this age-old mystery by showing why the brain’s limbic design proves that God is literally the light by which we see an image—and why an image, being discrete and finite, is the sole means by which an otherwise accelerating tendency toward increasing disorder (the Second Law of Thermodynamics) is contained.

Mind, not matter, becomes envisioned as fundamental, thereby explaining how the relationship between the finite and the infinite—and image and what in its absence would be one’s nonexistence—manifests as a visual field or bubble of awareness. And much more. For example, given the role that an image plays in restraining disorder, it becomes obvious that by scientific necessity mind preexists matter. Accordingly, evolution as a creative mechanism is a scientific impossibility. Darwin is decisively dethroned!

Further analysis of the brain’s limbic logic reveals that indeed an image—its very perception—is the means by which energy is converted into any given mass or physical structure, the epitome of which conversion is the human brain. Einstein’s famous equation, E=mc2, becomes meaningless apart from an image and the light of God. Ancient mystery solved!

The many further ramifications of this new and more comprehensive way of looking at an image are presented—explaining, among other things, why societal violence and so many new and strange diseases are on the rise. And many more mind-boggling implications that will titillate the sharpest and most curious of intellects.

The author is a retired physician whose zeal for resolving the “mind-body problem” earned him a position in MIT’s prestigious Neurosciences Research Program in 1970, and election to the Society for Neuroscience in 1972. This book is a sequel to an earlier 700 page book which summarizes the history of mind-body theory and analyzes why the brain’s many “centers” all feed into the limbic brain for the purpose of narrowing, by means of an image, an expectancy gap to which infinity and/or weightless nonexistence are implicit. A breakthrough book of historic significance.



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