In August 2018 I self-published a book about quantumphysics and consciousness, titled: Kwantumfysica, Informatie en Bewustzijn. Yes, sorry, in that arcane Dutch language. Because I’m Dutch and now living happily in The Hague, The Netherlands.
I wrote that book because I thought the contents would be of interest for many people who are taking consciousness serious but suppose that science has nothing to say about it. Not so I assure you.
Are you interested? At this moment you would have to subscribe to a Dutch language course if you really wanted to read my book. But wait.
At the moment I’m translating my book into English, titled ‘Quantum Physics, Information and Consciousness‘. That’s tedious work. I’m planning to have it finished by the end of 2020. Progress is slow because I’m not a native speaker of English. If you are interested you can download the free preview epub version of the coming English edition. Just click on the cover image below, you will be directed to my StackStorage map, then check the checkbox on the left of the file and choose ‘Download’. Enjoy. If you need an epub reader, Adobe digital editions is a free e-reader for Mac, Windows, iOS and Android.
In the free preview version you’ll find the first four chapters, describing the history of physics until the first decennia of the 20th century, and the last chapter (14) fully translated to – in my opinion and hope – good readable English language. For the other chapters, 5 to 14, you will find at the end of every one of them a ‘What we learned in this chapter‘ section. These chapter summaries will give you, I hope, a good impression of the contents of the book when finished. Important for you to know is that you won’t need mathematics to be able to understand its contents, just plain straight thinking without fear for what you’ll discover.
Should you be interested in the completed version, just to read it, to advice about translations or to facilitate publication in English speaking countries, which I would welcome warmly, please contact me on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ir. Paul J. van Leeuwen MSc – The Hague – May 2019