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Quo Vadis: New Directions in the Search for…

Quo Vadis: New Directions in the Search for Answers

by Robert J. Williams

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In QUO VADIS (Latin for "where are you going?"), the author uses a narrative approach, inviting readers to walk with him down a trail that leads to a wholly different vision of their place in the universe. The trail begins with a radically different solution to what a British physicist calls "one of the greatest sources of mystery to mankind." Once the mystery is solved and its implications recognized, millions of people in all walks of life will be ready to reject the nihilistic worldviews shaped in the past century by what Einstein, in his old age, called the dehumanizing "scientific and technical mentality." Then the people can give a bold, confident answer to the quo vadis question addressed to all of humanity in the new millennium.

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