Item description for Endophysics: The World As an Interface by Otto E. Rossler, Katherine Kellgren, Jody Horton, Lara Schrijver, Wered Ben-sade, Sally Morgenthaler, Jeff St. Charles & Scott Silsby...
What do yin-yang and the Lorenzian butterfly in chaos have in common? It is the outside perspective. Only by going very far outside - beyond the end of the world - do certain aspects of the world become intelligible. The computer makes it possible today to go after the interface. What does the world look like if you are an internally chaotic part? Is the world just a difference, an interface, a forcing function? Is it possible to identify those features which exist only from the inside? How far does the meta-unmaskability go? Is quantum mechanics a virtual reality? Can the micro-interface be manipulated? Such questions are tackled in this book.
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Studio: World Scientific Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.5" Height: 9" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1998
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN 9810227523 ISBN13 9789810227524
Availability 0 units.
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The Matrix meets Reality Apr 26, 2001
This mind bending book begins to scratch the surface of the true nature of reality. In this very short book Rosseler begins to unveil the hypothesis of the "World as an Interface". While many may see this as simply an exercise in philosophy. However Rosseler approaches this subject with a fascinating and disciplined investigation into the very nature of reality. The common problem of Heisenberg's Uncertainty principal is avoided and further research may prove extremely enlightening.
Rosseler's very eclectic writing style that jumps from the common place narrative to the rigorous mathematical proofs, can prove a challenge for the casual reader. However persistence is well rewarded, by the basic understanding of a new science.
The only thing truly lacking is the lack of other works. In attempts to contact the author have been unsuccessful. I can only hope that more works will follow. From the little information I've found there is some hint that the german government may be hindering his work. I emphasize that this is only hinted at and is my opinion.